|Source||Economic and Social Research Institute - Japan|
|Release||Compensation of Employees (Sub-National)|
|Labor Force||Jan 2023||6,911||6,899||Ten Thousand Persons, SA||Monthly|
|Labor Force Employment||Jan 2023||6,744||6,726||Ten Thousand Persons, SA||Monthly|
|Total Employment||Jan 2023||6,744||6,726||Ten Thousand Persons, SA||Monthly|
|Total Employment Non-Ag||Jan 2023||6,517||6,549||Ten Ths., NSA||Monthly|
|Unemployment||Jan 2023||167||171||Ten Thousand Persons, SA||Monthly|
|Unemployment Rate||Jan 2023||2.4||2.5||Percent, SA||Monthly|
|Real Wages & Salaries||2022 Q4||274,955||275,898||Bil. Ch. 2011 JPY, SAAR||Quarterly|
|Wage & Salaries||2014||252,097,472||249,624,331||Mil. JPY||Annual|
Compensation of employees refers to the amount distributed to employees in return for the labor provided. Allocation of primary income account in the income and outlay accounts are recorded only for households receiving income. The data includes employees in industry, government service production workers engaged in any productive activity regardless of the production of private nonprofit services to households, and all persons except unpaid family workers and private employers, corporate business executives, civil servants at special jobs. The employer is also included as a member.
Employees are composed of the following items, one of which (b), part 2 and 3, rather than be paid to employers in the form of actual cash , is contained in the item compensation of employees as imputation.
1. Salary wages
2. The reality of employer social contributions
3. Contributions to social insurance programs such as lump-free retirement funds.
This dataset follows JSIC 2002, however the source made a modification to the industrial classification. For this particular reason the older data from 1996-2005 has been marked as discontinued and a current dataset from 2005-present is available.
The information provided above was taken from the source, Economic and Social Research Institute - Japan