Lithuania: Over a year, labour costs per hour worked increased by 5.4%

Share

In I quarter 2019, against the same quarter of 2018, labour costs per hour worked in industrial, construction and service enterprises (individual enterprises included), calendar adjusted, increased by 5.4%, of which in business enterprises – 3.7%.

Over a year, an increase in labour costs per hour worked, calendar adjusted, was observed for almost all economic activities, the largest increase – human health and social work activities (13.7%) and accommodation and food service activities (10.1%), decrease – transportation and storage and construction enterprises (5.1% and 3.8% respectively).

In I quarter 2019, labour costs per hour worked decreased by 4.7%

In I quarter 2019, labour costs per hour worked, against IV quarter 2018, in industry, construction and service enterprises (individual enterprises included), seasonally and calendar adjusted, decreased by 4.7%, of which in business enterprises – 5.8%.

Seasonally and calendar adjusted, over a quarter, the largest decrease in labour costs was recorded in construction (15.6%), administrative and support (14%) and transportation and storage enterprises (12.1%).

Be First to Comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *