International Labor Comparisons

Table 6a. Brazil, Hourly compensation costs in manufacturing, U.S. dollars, 2008-2012

Table 6a. Brazil, Hourly compensation costs in manufacturing, U.S. dollars, 2008-2012
Industry ISIC Rev.4 Code 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

Manufacturing (NAICS 31-33)

C
8.44 8.13 10.01 11.67 11.20

Food products, beverages and tobacco

10-12
6.31 6.34 7.71 9.18 8.81

          Food and beverages

10-11
6.22 6.25 7.61 9.07 8.70

                    Food products

10
5.92 5.99 7.34 8.80 8.44

                    Beverages

11
9.36 9.07 10.39 11.97 11.47

          Tobacco products

12
11.22 11.83 14.40 16.53 16.23

Textiles, wearing apparel and leather

13-15
3.98 3.92 4.79 5.51 5.32

          Textiles and wearing apparel

13-14
4.06 4.02 4.86 5.70 5.52

                    Textiles

13
5.54 5.42 6.81 7.83 7.60

                    Wearing apparel

14
3.31 3.36 3.99 4.75 4.61

Leather and related products

15
3.82 3.69 4.62 5.08 4.87

Wood and paper products and printing

16-18
7.19 6.93 8.75 9.84 9.49

          Wood and wood products, except furniture

16
4.49 4.18 5.41 6.44 6.27

          Paper and paper products

17
10.31 10.26 12.99 14.32 13.82

          Printing and reproduction of recorded media

18
6.98 6.41 7.78 8.79 8.49

Coke and refined petroleum products

19
17.30 20.56 28.26 39.01 38.31

Chemicals and pharmaceutical products

20-21
16.67 15.99 18.84 21.55 20.26

          Chemicals and chemical products, except pharmaceuticals

20
16.21 15.30 17.86 20.46 19.23

          Pharmaceutical products

21
17.90 17.97 21.65 24.89 23.40

Rubber, plastics and other non-metallic mineral products

22-23
7.16 6.74 8.25 9.64 9.24

          Rubber and plastics products

22
7.87 7.33 9.01 10.70 10.21

          Other non-metallic mineral products

23
6.45 6.15 7.52 8.65 8.31

Primary and fabricated metal products, except machinery and equipment

24-25
9.66 9.17 11.27 12.98 12.42

          Basic metals

24
14.26 13.90 16.61 19.48 18.58

          Fabricated metal products, except machinery and equipment

25
7.30 6.90 8.69 9.98 9.56

Computer, electronic and optical products

26
11.16 11.83 14.44 16.81 16.01

Electrical equipment

27
10.91 10.16 14.01 14.70 14.00

Machinery and equipment n.e.c.

28
11.08 10.50 13.21 15.26 14.58

Motor vehicles and other transport equipment

29-30
14.61 13.88 16.73 19.99 18.78

          Motor vehicles, trailers and semi-trailers

29
14.50 13.98 16.89 20.01 18.80

          Other transport equipment

30
NA NA NA NA NA

Furniture

31
4.46 4.19 5.40 6.10 6.05

Note:
Compensation costs include direct pay, social insurance expenditures, and labor-related taxes.
Data relate to manufacturing as defined by the International Standard Industrial Classification of All Economic Activities (ISIC) Revision 4.
For complete information on definitions, industrial classifications, and data sources, see the technical notes at www.bls.gov/ilc/ichcctn.pdf and country notes at www.bls.gov/ilc/ichccsources.pdf.
'NA' means data not available.
# Break in series. Data are not comparable with data from the previous year.
Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, International Labor Comparisons, August 2013
 

Table 6b. Brazil, Hourly compensation costs in manufacturing, National currency, 2008-2012
Industry ISIC Rev.4 Code 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

Manufacturing (NAICS 31-33)

C
15.46 16.24 17.62 19.52 21.89

Food products, beverages and tobacco

10-12
11.57 12.67 13.58 15.35 17.20

          Food and beverages

10-11
11.40 12.49 13.40 15.17 16.99

                    Food products

10
10.84 11.97 12.91 14.72 16.48

                    Beverages

11
17.15 18.12 18.29 20.01 22.41

          Tobacco products

12
20.57 23.63 25.35 27.64 31.71

Textiles, wearing apparel and leather

13-15
7.30 7.83 8.43 9.21 10.39

          Textiles and wearing apparel

13-14
7.43 8.02 8.56 9.53 10.78

                    Textiles

13
10.15 10.83 11.98 13.10 14.85

                    Wearing apparel

14
6.07 6.71 7.02 7.94 9.00

Leather and related products

15
7.00 7.38 8.13 8.49 9.52

Wood and paper products and printing

16-18
13.17 13.85 15.40 16.45 18.53

          Wood and wood products, except furniture

16
8.23 8.34 9.52 10.77 12.25

          Paper and paper products

17
18.90 20.50 22.87 23.95 27.00

          Printing and reproduction of recorded media

18
12.80 12.81 13.70 14.71 16.58

Coke and refined petroleum products

19
31.70 41.08 49.73 65.24 74.84

Chemicals and pharmaceutical products

20-21
30.55 31.95 33.16 36.04 39.58

          Chemicals and chemical products, except pharmaceuticals

20
29.70 30.55 31.43 34.21 37.57

          Pharmaceutical products

21
32.81 35.90 38.10 41.63 45.71

Rubber, plastics and other non-metallic mineral products

22-23
13.12 13.47 14.53 16.12 18.04

          Rubber and plastics products

22
14.42 14.64 15.85 17.89 19.95

          Other non-metallic mineral products

23
11.83 12.29 13.23 14.47 16.23

Primary and fabricated metal products, except machinery and equipment

24-25
17.71 18.31 19.84 21.71 24.26

          Basic metals

24
26.13 27.78 29.24 32.58 36.30

          Fabricated metal products, except machinery and equipment

25
13.37 13.79 15.29 16.69 18.68

Computer, electronic and optical products

26
20.46 23.64 25.41 28.10 31.28

Electrical equipment

27
20.00 20.29 24.66 24.57 27.35

Machinery and equipment n.e.c.

28
20.30 20.98 23.25 25.52 28.48

Motor vehicles and other transport equipment

29-30
26.78 27.72 29.45 33.43 36.69

          Motor vehicles, trailers and semi-trailers

29
26.57 27.92 29.73 33.46 36.72

          Other transport equipment

30
NA NA NA NA NA

Furniture

31
8.17 8.37 9.51 10.21 11.82

Note:
Compensation costs include direct pay, social insurance expenditures, and labor-related taxes.
Data relate to manufacturing as defined by the International Standard Industrial Classification of All Economic Activities (ISIC) Revision 4.
For complete information on definitions, industrial classifications, and data sources, see the technical notes at www.bls.gov/ilc/ichcctn.pdf and country notes at www.bls.gov/ilc/ichccsources.pdf.
'NA' means data not available.
# Break in series. Data are not comparable with data from the previous year.
Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, International Labor Comparisons, August 2013