|Unit||Index Jun2017=100, NSA|
|Adjustments||Not Seasonally Adjusted|
|Source||Ministère du Travail et de l'Emploi|
|Release||Wages, Salaries, and Hours Worked|
|Labor Force||2022 Q4||30,486||30,684||Ths., SA||Quarterly|
|Labor Force Employment||2022 Q4||28,291||28,444||Ths., SA||Quarterly|
|Primary Industries Employment||2022 Q4||746.1||746.8||Ths. #, SA||Quarterly|
|Total Employment||2022 Q4||29,835||29,758||Ths. #, SA||Quarterly|
|Unemployment||2022 Q4||2,195||2,240||Ths. #, SA||Quarterly|
|Unemployment Rate||2022 Q4||7.2||7.3||%, SA||Quarterly|
|Wage & Salaries||2022 Q3||110.6||109.6||Index Jun2017=100, NSA||Quarterly|
|Total Employment Non-Ag||2017 Q1||16,227||16,174||Ths., SA||Quarterly|
The Ministère du Travail et de l'Emploi reports quarterly statistics on monthly salary, hourly wages and hours worked by industry. The data set includes salaries and wages that are received by employees, workers, associate professionals and managers in France according to monthly or hourly calculation. Monthly from 1998.
The term collective (or offered) measures the collective work schedule, common to a group of employees as it is displayed in their workplace. Measured by survey of businesses, it applies only to full-time employees, working hours of part-time employees is determined by the employment contract.
The basic monthly wage (SMB) does not include bonuses (except, where applicable, the premium associated with the reduction of working time) or overtime . This is a gross pay, before deduction of social security contributions and before payment of benefits. It is usually the amount listed on the first line of the payslip of the employee.
The investigation ACEMO measure each quarter the rate of evolution of the SMB of all employees in companies metropolitan ten or more employees of non-agriculture business sector.
The basic hourly wage worker (SHBO) does not include bonuses (except, where applicable, the premium associated with the reduction of working time) or overtime. This is a gross pay, before deduction of social security contributions and before payment of benefits. It is measured on the single population of workers.
In the survey ACEMO, it is obtained by dividing the gross monthly salary (usually listed on the first line of payslip) by scheduling monthly base wage, averaged over the year (for an employee working 38 hours each week and receiving 23 days of RTT, the weekly hours on average over the year is 35 hours and schedule monthly basis is 152 hours).
The investigation ACEMO measure the quarterly rate of change of businesses in SHBO metropolitan ten or more employees of non-agriculture business sector.
Although the reliability of published indices is ensured, their strength increases with the importance of the sector concerned.
The classification is the French classification of activities (NAF. rev. 2). Some industries are aggregates. For example:
The national level includes France's overseas departments except Mayotte.
In our labor concept codes, we try to differentiate between wages (depend on hours worked) and salaries (flat rate). In French, there's no difference; there's just one word, /salaire/, but it's combined with "hourly" or "monthly".
This survey's scope is most, but not all, PCS categories. The data file tabulates several combinations:
In 2020, the survey changed from the Workforce Activity and Employment Conditions Survey (ACEMO) to the nominative social declaration (DSN).
As of August 2016, the source altered the reported geographies by combining 16 individual NUTS 2 areas into 7 aggregates. For more information on this change, please see the knowledge base article associated with this release.
At the source: