Compensation of employees

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The compensation of employees is in the national accounts (VGR) the wages of workers . It is made up of gross wages and salaries , which in turn are converted into

split up, and from the

Employee remuneration, together with corporate and property income, forms the national income . As a share of the national income, it forms the wage share .

Source: own calculations according to StBA

Compared to gross national income

In the figure, the gross national income (GNI) is set equal to 100%. The four lower values ​​in the figure, net wages and salaries (dark blue), social security contributions for employees (blue tiles) and employers (yellow tiles), and wage tax (black tiles) represent employee compensation.

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