What is the average wage?
The average wage is the wage you would get if you summed up all wages for all full-time employees and then divided that amount by the number of full-time employees in the workforce.
Current NZ Average Wage: $31.09
The average hourly wage of $31.09 is deduced from average weekly earnings of $1243.78 including overtime for full-time equivalent employees, as specified by Statistics New Zealand for March 2019 quarter.
Average Wage Calculations
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Average Wage Articles
How does growth in the minimum wage and living wage stack up against growth in the median wage and average wage in New Zealand over the last 10 years?
NZ Average weekly earnings increase 2.6% year on year in December 2011, with private sector earnings growing faster than public sector earnings.
Average earnings continue to increase slowly after stalling earlier in the year.
Statistics New Zealand have released figures showing that average earnings have crawled higher over the last three months.
How do New Zealand's income tax rates stack up against those of countries our young emmigrees flock to? Here's a comparison of headline income tax rates in New Zealand, Australia and the United Kingdom.
Figures released by Statistics New Zealand this week show that average hourly earnings over the last few months have remained stubornly statice.
Statistics New Zealand's Quarterly Employment Survey shows a clear drop in employment over the past year, but so far wages are continuing to increase.
Based on information from Statistics New Zealand, the growth in average earnings from wages and salaries in the period 2003 to 2008 was higher than during the 5 year period to 2006.
Statistics New Zealand report that Average Earnings from wages and salaries in New Zealand were as follows.