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Wage Information Brief: 2019 No. 2 (Serial No. 37)
Wage Information Brief: 2019 No. 2 (Serial No. 37)
  • Table of Contents

    Table of Contents

    1. Wage Trends in January-February 2019 Based on Worknet Recruitment DB

    2. Cases of Wage System Reform

    3. General Methods of Job Analysis, Job Evaluation, and Job Design

     

    Summary

    In February 2019, the number of new job openings was 158,000 and the number of new job seekers was 310,000. The average offered wage was 2,020,000 won, and the average desired wage was 2,072,000 won. The overall wage satisfaction rate was 96.6%.

    By employment type, the wage satisfaction rate was the highest at 100.6% in the form of "non-fixed term employment contract" and the lowest at 50.4% in the form of "non-fixed term employment contract (part-time)." The low wage satisfaction rate of the part-time work is attributed to the low wages offered by employers to those engaged in part-time work in February.

    Looking at the distribution of the offered wage by employment type in February, both "non-fixed term employment contract" and "fixed-term employment contract" showed a huge year-on-year drop in the proportion of labor demand in the salary range of 1.5-2.0 million won but still took up the largest proportion. In both employment types, the labor demand in the salary range of 2.0-2.5 million showed a significant year-on-year increase.

    - Most employers offer lower wages for part-time employment.