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//ECI ZUNI3PO Testing 06032022// Compensation costs up 0.5% March-June 2019

06/03/2022

//ECI ZUNI3PO Testing 06032022// Wages and salaries rose 0.4 percent and benefit costs rose 0.6 percent for civilian workers.
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//ECEC F5 Test 05162022// Private industry compensation costs average $38.07 per hour...

05/16/2022

//ECEC F5 Test 05162022// Wage and salary costs for private industry workers averaged $26.86 per hour worked and benefit costs averaged $11.22 in December 2021. Supplemental pay costs were $1.32 per hour, accounting for 3.5 percent of total compensation costs.
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