|Unit||Real Index, corresponding period of previous year = 100|
|Labor Force||2019 Q1||5,434||5,429||Ths., SA||Quarterly|
|Labor Force Employment||2019 Q1||5,327||5,316||Ths., SA||Quarterly|
|Primary Industries Employment||2019 Q1||147.48||144.7||Ths., NSA||Quarterly|
|Real Wages & Salaries||2019 Q1||104.6||104.3||Real Index, corresponding period of previous year = 100||Quarterly|
|Total Employment||2019 Q1||5,305||5,326||Thousands, NSA||Quarterly|
|Unemployment||2019 Q1||106.46||112.88||Ths., SA||Quarterly|
|Unemployment Rate||2019 Q1||1.96||2.08||%, SA||Quarterly|
|Wage & Salaries||2019 Q1||32,466||33,871||Nominal local currency, NSA||Quarterly|
For the Czech Republic, average gross monthly wage by NACE Rev. 2 industry. Quarterly from 2000.
The average gross monthly wage is the ratio of wages excluding other personnel expenses per registered employee per month. The wage includes basic wage and salaries, supplementary and additional wage or salary payments, bonuses and remunerations, wage and salary compensation, awards for working readiness and other wage or salary components, which were part of the employees‘ pay in the given period. The wage excludes wage or salary compensations for the first 14 calendar days of temporary incapacity for work (quarantine) paid by the employer.
This refers to gross wage, i.e., wage before the health insurance and social security deductions, before income tax advance, and before other legal or agreed-on deductions.
Changes in average nominal wage rate is representative of changes in average nominal wage compared to the corresponding period of the previous year, while changes in the average real wage rate is the ratio of average nominal wage index and consumer price index of that period.
Data is in alignment with the Classification of Economic Activities (national version NACE Rev. 2) and any new methods of estimates were applied in accordance with the source's administrative data sources.