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Thursday, March 10, 2005

노동자여 단결하라

Kyunghyang Sinmun borrows the research of Labor Ministry to tell that the wage differential between big and small companies is the highest since the survey-taking began in 1999.
The wage level in companies with 500+ employees is slightly double than that in companies with 5-9 employees; if the level of the latter is set at 100, the former is at 202. That's a 5.5 increase from last year (197).

In the big companies the average monthly salary is 3.33 million W [€2500], and in the small companies 1.64 mil W [€1242].
Also the working hours have decreased more in big than in small companies. In all companies with 5 or more employees the monthly hours were 197, decrease of 1 hour from the year earlier. In big companies (500+ empl) the decrease was from 195 hours to 191.

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