Earnings by Industry 2013 in Australia


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Australian Average Wages by Industry 2013.

Figures issued by the Australian Bureau of Statistics, show the following Average Annual Earnings for Males over 15 year of age, for Full Time Adult Total Earnings, including overtime and penalty rates.

This chart shows the average for May 2003 and again for May 2013, showing the change over 10 Years.

 

Industry May-2003 May-2013 10 Year rise
Mining $77,376 $133,806 72.93%
Manufacturing $52,005 $72,758 39.91%
Electricity, Gas, Water and Waste Services $60,913 $95,113 56.15%
Construction $52,811 $88,546 67.66%
Wholesale Trade $49,421 $78,317 58.47%
Retail Trade $38,589 $57,117 48.01%
Accommodation and Food Services $37,840 $56,732 49.92%
Transport, Postal and Warehousing $52,562 $83,673 59.19%
Information Media and Telecommunications $61,880 $94,406 52.56%
Financial and Insurance Services $70,351 $101,769 44.66%
Rental, Hiring and Real Estate Services $54,444 $79,295 45.64%
Professional, Scientific and Technical Services $63,627 $102,034 60.36%
Administrative and Support Services $49,291 $72,098 46.27%
Public Administration and Safety $53,591 $82,472 53.89%
Education and Training $55,136 $85,181 54.49%
Health Care and Social Assistance $59,452 $94,905 59.63%
Arts and Recreation Services $49,171 $75,088 52.71%
Other Services $44,668 $62,962 40.95%
All Industries $53,352 $83,361 56.25%

The average annualised change for ALL industries works at a 4.564% increase per year.

These figures are sourced from the ABS 6302.0 – Average Weekly Earnings, Australia, May 2013


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