Hourly compensation costs in N.E. decline slightly over year in September

PRIVATE-EMPLOYER compensation costs were $41.76 per hour in New England, higher than the Northeast cost of $40.58 per hour. / COURTESY BUREAU OF LABOR STATISTICS
PRIVATE-EMPLOYER compensation costs were $41.76 per hour in New England, higher than the Northeast cost of $40.58 per hour. / COURTESY BUREAU OF LABOR STATISTICS
PROVIDENCE – Private-employer costs per employee hour in New England totaled $41.76  in September 2020, a decline of 7 cents year over year, he Bureau of Labor Statistics said Friday. New England had the second-highest cost-per-employee compensation of any region in the country besides the Pacific region. Of the total cost per hour in New…

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