Average Wages in February in each Australian State


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Seasonally Adjusted Male Full Time average weekly Total earnings, for each State in Australia, for the last three Februaries.

State Feb-2011 Annual Rise Feb-2010 Annual Rise Feb-2009
NSW $1,450.10 3.00% $1,407.80 6.47% $1,322.20
VIC $1,385.10 1.88% $1,359.60 6.84% $1,272.60
QLD $1,455.90 5.12% $1,385.00 6.43% $1,301.30
SA $1,305.40 4.34% $1,251.10 4.02% $1,202.80
WA $1,700.00 9.17% $1,557.20 3.86% $1,499.30
TAS $1,231.80 7.83% $1,142.40 5.81% $1,079.70
NT $1,464.40 6.22% $1,378.60 4.72% $1,316.50
ACT $1,607.20 1.95% $1,576.40 8.26% $1,456.10

The above data configured from the ABS 6302.0 – Average Weekly Earnings, Australia, Feb 2011 issued on 19th May 2011.

Average Annual Total Male earnings, as at February 2011, from the above:

State Feb-2011
NSW $ 75,405
VIC $ 72,025
QLD $ 75,707
SA $ 67,881
WA $ 88,400
TAS $ 64,054
NT $ 76,149
ACT $ 83,574

Average Annual Total Female earnings, as at February 2011.

State Feb-2011 % of Male
NSW $62,780 83.3%
VIC $58,126 80.7%
QLD $58,349 77.1%
SA $55,042 81.1%
WA $61,610 69.7%
TAS $55,682 86.9%
NT $61,838 81.2%
ACT $72,051 86.2%

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Original data source is the ABS: 6302.0 – Average Weekly Earnings, Australia. Table 12.


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Wage figures are calculated taking the following into account:

Inclusions:

Wage and salary earners

Exclusions:

Directors who are not paid a salary;
Proprietors/partners of unincorporated businesses;
Self-employed persons such as subcontractors, owner/drivers, consultants; and persons paid solely by commission;
Australian permanent defence force members;
Employees of enterprises primarily engaged in agriculture, forestry and fishing;
Employees of private households;
Employees of overseas embassies, consulates, etc.;
Employees based outside Australia;


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