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Melbourne Institute Historical Time Series Data: Wages

The University of Melbourne
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Institute of Applied Economic and Social Research (Owned by, Aggregated by)
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Information Sheet: Historical Time Series Data (PDF 58k)
http://www.melbourneinstitute.com/downloads/publications/Information%20Sheet%20Historical%20Time%20Series%20Data%20281010.pdf

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Quarterly Data from August 1997 - February 2008. Covers:
-Total Pay Indicator, Per Cent.
-Basic Hourly Rate, Per Cent.

Quarterly Data from May 2008. Covers:
-Total Pay Indicator, Per Cent (All Employed Respondents).
-Basic Hourly Rate, Per Cent ( All Employed Respondents).

Part of Consumer Attitudes, Sentiments & Expectations (CASiE) in Australia. The survey is conduct monthly by telephone and the sample size is typically 1200 households. Each respondent is characterized by: gender, age, occupation, education, political party preference, home ownership, household income, and postcode. The Survey is used to compile the following Report: Melbourne Institute Wages Report.
The Melbourne Institute Wages Report records employees' (self-reported) wage changes over the previous twelve-month period and their expected wage in the year ahead. Complements the ABS labour cost index. This report is produced quarterly.

Data time period: 1997

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