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What the latest CSO earnings figures tell us about pay

CSO data show construction pay recovering, Gardaí best paid in public sector. Average weekly pay across the Irish economy rose by 1.2 per cent

25th November, 2016
CSO releases latest pay figures.

Official figures show that average weekly pay across the Irish economy rose by 1.2 per cent in the third quarter of this year compared with a year earlier.

Average weekly pay was €701.87, according to the Central Statistics Office. Average hourly pay edged up 0.2 per cent to €21.55.

Small business group ISME has already reacted to the figures by warning against any sort of “giveaway” on public sector pay, saying the differential between public and private...

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