Answered By: Lippincott Library Last Updated: Feb 14, 2017 Views: 18
The International Labour Organization (ILO) produces several databases that offer statistics and other information about wages and wage laws.
- ILOSTAT is a database of labor statistics which includes statistics on earnings and wage growth over time for most countries. (Note: availability of data varies.)
- NATLEX is a database of national labor, social security, and human rights laws and legislation, searchable by country and by topic of legislation.
- LABORDOC is a database of research reports and other publications from the ILO and other sources on a variety of topics, including wages and wage laws. (Note: some documents are only available to ILO staff.)
For data that focuses on managerial and white-collar positions, see EIU Country Commerce. Choose a country, then see the Human Resources section of the Main Report for wages, benefits, and compensation data.
Note: availability of data varies by country.