According to the calculations of the National Institute of Statistics and Economic Studies (INSEE), the average monthly salary in the priv reaches 2238euros net in 2016. To be part of the 1% of most gaining salari, it is necessary to reach beyond net 8629euros per month.
It's always better than nothing. Net wages in the priv have increased a small 0.5% in constant euros in 2016, ie taking into account the rise in prices, after a more marked increase of 1.1% in 2015, reveals a study published on Tuesday. 18:00 by the National Institute of Statistics and Economic Studies (INSEE).
On the basis of the data sent by the companies, it is learned that from now on, the average monthly salary in full-time equivalent amounts to 2238 euros net. And it is the executives who leave the better with an increase of + 0.6%, against + 0.3% for workers and famlique + 0.1% for the so-called intermediate professions. As a result, the average net hourly wage is 26euros for white-collar workers, 11euros for blue-collar workers and 10,6euros for employees.
Half of the private sector wage earners earn less than 1789 euros net each month. In the retail sector, the 10% of the worst-paid employees receive less than 1189 euros per month. On the other hand, the 10% who touch the most are more than 3576euros. They are the ones who, in recent years, have seen their pay rise the most: + 5% since 2008, including + 0.5% in 2016, for the 9th salary wedge against + 2.3% for the 1st the poorest countries, and only + 0.1% in 2016. In order to be among the 1% of the earners who earn the most, INSEE calculates moreover that it is necessary to reach more than 8629euros net per month.
This study also takes stock of gender gaps. Women's wages are still on average 18.9% lower than men's. A difference that is gradually decreasing: -3.4% since 2002 due in particular to the increase in the share of women among executives. They now account for 35.2% of this category which is the best.