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Labour Price Index (LPI). Year 2022

The Labor Price Index rose 5.5% in 2022. The activity that registered the greatest increase was Hospitality (14.9%). Illes Balears presented the highest increase (15.3%) and País Vasco the lowest (3.2%).

Labour Price Index - Year 2022
Indicator Note Value Variation
Total 113.233 5.5
Males 111.048 5.1
Females 116.224 5.9
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Year 2022 Published: 28/06/2024

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The Labour Price Index (IPT) is a continuous annually statistical operation aimed at measuring the change in the price of labour over time resulting solely as a result of labour market pressures, i.e. without the measurement being affected by changes in the quality and quantity of work done.

It is prepared from data provided by the Wage Structure Surveys (annual and quadrennial).

Disaggregated indices base 2008 are prepared for the different variables associated with the workplace and the worker.