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Almost a fifth of all full-time employees in Germany are low earners.
You must come with a gross earlier below 2284 euros a month over the rounds. This is a study by the Economic and Social Science Institute (WSI) of the Union-related Hans-Böckler Foundation.
above average often often need women, young full-time employees, those with foreign citizenship and individuals without a professional degree with low wages. In addition, the proportion of low-income earners in East Germany is significantly higher than in the West.
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The study relies on charged data of the Federal Employment Agency. Nationwide, 2020, around 18.7 percent of full-time employees at the low-income, which earn less than two-thirds of the average monthly gross workload of all full-time employees.
compared to 2011, however, this is a noticeable improvement. At that time, 21.1 percent of full-time employees fell into the category of low earners. "In recent years, it has succeeded in pushing back the lower charge area," said Helge Emmler, one of the authors of the study, the trend. This applies in particular to East Germany.
The study shows large income differences by regions, gender, industries and qualifications. While 2020 in Wolfsburg just 6.4 percent and in Erlangen only 8.3 percent of full-time employees worked in the lower charge range, it was more than 40 percent in Görlitz, the Saale-Orla district and the Erzgebirgskreis. Low odds of low earners are mostly found in cities and metropolitan areas in which large employers from industry, financial and knowledge area or administration play an important role.
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nationwide, despite full-time work, had a low monthly income, but only 15.4 percent of men. The training also plays a major role: The proportion of low-income liabilities was 40.8 percent with full-time employees at 40.8 percent, with employee employees at 17.8 and in persons with higher education certificate with only 4.9 percent.
There were also tremendous differences between the sectors. In the hospitality industry (68.9 percent), in temporary work (67.9) and agriculture and forestry (52.7), more than half of the full-time forces worked in the lower charge range. In the metal and electrical industry, it was only 7.6 percent, in the financial and insurance industry 4.2 percent and in the public service even only 2.5 percent of full-time employees.
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