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Labour Force and the Economy: Median Gross Monthly Income and Gender Wage Gap

Labour Force and the Economy: Median Gross Monthly Income and Gender Wage Gap

Median Gross Monthly Income and Gender Wage Gap

(Excludes Full-time National Servicemen)

Download: Labour Force and the Economy: Median Gross Monthly Income and Gender Wage Gap (Excel)

2013 2014 2015 2016 2017
Females $3,480 $3,518 $3,744 $3,803 $4,027
Males $3,915 $4,000 $4,118 $4,241 $4,437
Median Gross Monthly Income from Work $3,705 $3,770 $3,949 $4,056 $4,232
% of Females' Median Income Against Males' Median Income 88.9% 88.0% 90.9% 89.7% 90.8%
Gender Wage Gap $435 $482 $374 $438 $410
Gender Wage Gap in % 11.1% 12.1% 9.1% 10.3% 9.2%

 

 

 

Note:

  • Median Monthly Income from Work (including employer CPF) for employed residents aged fifteen years and over in full-time employment.
  • Gender wage gap computed using Median Gross Monthly Income from Work (including employer CPF) for employed residents aged fifteen years and over in full-time employment.

Source: Comprehensive Labour Force Survey, Ministry of Manpower

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