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United States Average Hourly Earnings

Last Release
Dec 2020
Actual
0.8 %
Forecast
N/A
Previous
0.3 %
Frequency
Monthly
Units In
%
Next Release
Feb 5, 2021
Time to Release
20 Days 8 Hours
Highest
Lowest
Average
Date Range
Source
4.7 %
Apr 2020
-1.3 %
Jun 2020
0.22 %2006 - 2020U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics
In the United States, Average Hourly Earnings is the average amount employees make per hour in a given month. The Federal Reserve uses average hourly earnings in deciding whether to raise or lower interest rates.

United States Average Hourly Earnings History

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Indicator
Last
Previous
Min
Max
Unit
Frequency
Range
Adp Employment Change
-123
Dec 2020
304
Nov 2020
-19,557
Apr 2020
4,314
Jun 2020
ThousandMonthly2001 - 2020
Average Hourly Earnings
0.8
Dec 2020
0.3
Nov 2020
-1.3
Jun 2020
4.7
Apr 2020
%Monthly2006 - 2020
Average Weekly Hours
34.7
Dec 2020
34.8
Nov 2020
33.7
Jun 2009
34.8
Sep 2020
HoursMonthly2006 - 2020
Challenger Job Cuts
77,030
Dec 2020
64,797
Nov 2020
15,100
Jun 1997
671,129
Apr 2020
PersonsMonthly1994 - 2020
Continuing Jobless Claims
5,271
Jan 2021
5,072
Dec 2020
988
May 1969
24,912
May 2020
ThousandWeekly1967 - 2021
Employment Rate
57.4
Dec 2020
57.4
Nov 2020
51.3
Apr 2020
64.7
Apr 2000
%Monthly1948 - 2020

Average Hourly Earnings across North America

Average Hourly Earnings global view
Country
Last
Previous
Min
Max
Unit
Frequency
Range
Canada
30.48
Dec 2020
30.35
Nov 2020
15.88
Jan 1997
31.35
Apr 2020
CADMonthly1997 - 2020
United States
0.8
Dec 2020
0.3
Nov 2020
-1.3
Jun 2020
4.7
Apr 2020
%Monthly2006 - 2020

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