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purchasing power of working time 2002

International Metalworkers" Federation.

purchasing power of working time 2002

an international comparison.

by International Metalworkers" Federation.

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Published by International Metalworkers" Federation in Geneva .
Written in English


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Open LibraryOL20867468M

The purchasing power of an assistant professor's salary has increased by about %. Although the nominal salary increased 4-fold in the year period, real salary increased by only times. The real salary in is slightly higher than that in The purchasing power of an assistant professor's salary has fallen by about %. As defined by the Office of Management and Budget and updated for inflation using the Consumer Price Index, the weighted average poverty threshold for a family of four in was $21, Yet the poverty line does not reflect regional or local differences in the cost of living, which can dramatically affect purchasing power.

Gen-X women spend more time on social media (7 hours or more per week) than Millennial women (6 hours or more per week). (Source: Nielsen, ) 52% of mothers with children under 5 are working (increases to 77% by the time the youngest is between – this work is mostly part-time. So, by definition the purchasing power of a dollar decreases as the price level rises. Adam Smith used an hour's labour as the purchasing power unit, so value would be measured in hours of labour required to produce a given quantity (or to produce some other good worth an amount sufficient to .

Findings on this issue show that the top 1% of wage earners continue to increase the share of income they bring home, while the middle-class wage earner loses purchasing power as his or her wages fail to keep up with inflation. Between and , the average inflation adjusted income of the top 1% of earners increased by 42%, whereas the. Purchasing power parities (PPPs) scaled to the sum of expenditures of the EU Member States expressed in euro. This means that the PPP of one particular country indicates how many units of national currency one would need in that country in order to maintain the purchasing power .


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