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Wage Information Brief: 2019 No. 3 (Serial No. 38)
Wage Information Brief: 2019 No. 3 (Serial No. 38)
  • Table of Contents

    Table of Contents

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

    2. Cases of Wage System Reform

    3. Common Methods of Establishing a Job-focused HR Plan (Supply and Demand Plan)



    In March 2019, there were 192,000 individuals newly looking for a job and 380,000 new jobs open for recruitment at the average offered wage of 2,008,000 won and the average desired wage of 2,051,000 won. The overall wage satisfaction rate was 97.9%.

    Wage satisfaction rate by employment type was the highest at 101.0% for ‘employment contracts with no defined duration’ and the lowest at 53.2% for ‘employment contracts with no defined duration (part-time jobs).’

    The job with the highest wage satisfaction rate was ‘guardsjanitors’ at 110.9%, followed by ‘cleaning and other personal service-related jobs,’ ‘electricelectronic installationrepairmanufacturing jobs,’ ‘food processingmanufacturing jobs,’ and ‘machinery installationrepairmanufacturing jobs.’

    The job with the lowest wage satisfaction rate was ‘caregiving service jobs (caregiverbaby sitter)’ at 83.7%, followed by ‘manufacturingmining jobs,’ ‘metalmaterial installationrepairmanufacturing jobs,’ ‘constructionmining R&D or engineeringtechnical jobs,’ and ‘educators.’