The salary index increased 3.8% in January and was below inflation

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The National Institute of Statistics and Censuses completed the presentation of a new official report on salary matters and on this occasion the first values ​​for 2022 were released, which are not auspicious in the face of what is presented as a year with an increase in inflation.

In this case, the salary index was announced, which registered an increase of 3.8% in January, and in this way it is one tenth below the 3.9% that marked inflation, losing in this first part of the year. .

The report highlights that the results are explained by a rise of 4.6% in the salaries of private workers, 2.9% in public employees, and 2.5% in unregistered workers.

Despite the fact that the monthly value was 0.1% below inflation, the Salary index marked an accumulated rise of 54.1% on average year-on-year, which exceeds this conomic variable, being almost 4 points more than inflation. of 50.7%.

Thus, it highlights that since January 2021 there was an advance of 56.2% in the salaries of private workers, 59.4% in those of public employees and 40.7% in unregistered workers, reported the body.

The national government will seek to improve this scourge in a year that could be critical as a result of the new announcement of the 45% increase in the Minimum, Vital and Mobile Wage, which will be implemented in four tranches and will reach $47,850 by the end of the year.

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