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Australian Bureau of Statistics reveals the industries where pay levels have been rising the most

Administrative and support services, up $99.20 or 6.95 per cent to $1,526 – $79,352 a year

Science and technical services, up $98.30 or 5.3 per cent to $1,938.60 – $100,807 a year

Finance and insurance services, up $94.50 or five per cent to $1,985.90 – $103,267 a year

Public administration and safety, up $58.80 or 3.5 per cent, to $1,711.50 – $88,998 a year

Retail, up $38.80 or 3.3 per cent to $1,200.10 – $62,405 a year

Construction, up $50.50 or 3.2 per cent to $1,586.60 – $82,503 a year

IT, media and telecommunications, up $60.70 or 3.1 per cent to $1,991.40 – $103,553 a year

Health care and social assistance, up $43.30 or 2.8 per cent to $1,566.50 – $81,458 a year

Manufacturing, persons, up $37.60 or 2.7 per cent to $1,432.70 – $74,500 a year

Electricity, gas, water and waste services, up $49.70 or 2.7 per cent to $1,873.90 – $97,443 a year

Arts and recreation services, up $40.70 or 2.6 per cent to $1,567.40 – $81,505 a year

Accommodation and food services, up $25.80 or 2.2 per cent to $1,162.40 – $60,445 a year

Education and training, up $26.80 or 1.5 per cent to $1,768 – $91,941 a year

Wholesale trade, up $15.60 or 1 per cent to $1,563.90 – $81,323 a year

Mining, persons, down $19 or 0.7 per cent to $2,573 – $133,800 a year 

Transport, postal and warehousing, down $13.10 or 0.8 per cent to $1,612.50 – $83,850 a year

Rental, hiring and real estate services, down $37.80 or 2.5 per cent to $1,417.70 – $73,720 a year

Source: Australian Bureau of Statistics average weekly ordinary time earnings data for May 2019 released on August 15, 2019

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