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Wage Information Brief: 2018 No. 9 (Serial No. 35)
Wage Information Brief: 2018 No. 9 (Serial No. 35)
  • Table of Contents

    Table of Contents

    1. Wage Trends in October to November Based on Worknet Recruitment DB

    2. Case Study: Wage Structure Reform

    3. Wage Gap between Large Firms and SMEs: International Comparison and Implications

    4. Need for Training System for Employees in the Era of the Fourth Industrial Revolution

    5. Introduction to Wage and Working Hours Information System: Focused on the Wage Search System



    ■ There were 189,000 new job openings and 311,000 new job-seekers in November 2018. The average offered wage was 1.949 million won, and average reservation wage 1.977 million won, with a wage fulfillment rate of 98.6%.

    ■ By employment type, wage fulfillment rate was the highest in “work contract with no fixed term” at 101.1% and the lowest in “work contract with fixed term (part-time).”

    ■ Top five occupations in the order of wage fulfillment rate were: “cleaning and other personal services” (115.1%), followed by “security/safety,” “food processing/production,” “electric/electronic installation/maintenance/production,” and “printing/woodwork/craft and other installation/ maintenance/production.”

    ■ The bottom five occupations in wage fulfillment rate were: “construction/mining” (lowest at 86.7%), followed by “caregiving service (patients, children),” “metal/materials installation/maintenance/production,” “construction/mining R&D and engineering,” and “art/design/broadcasting.”