Report: Boston-Worcester-Providence metro area sees 2.5% increase in worker compensation costs in March

TOTAL COMPENSATION costs for private industry workers in the Boston-Worcester-Providence consolidated statistical area increased 2,5% year over year not seasonally adjusted in March. / COURTESY BUREAU OF LABOR STATISTICS
TOTAL COMPENSATION costs for private industry workers in the Boston-Worcester-Providence consolidated statistical area increased 2,5% year over year not seasonally adjusted in March. / COURTESY BUREAU OF LABOR STATISTICS
PROVIDENCE – Total compensation costs for private industry workers in the Boston-Worcester-Providence, Mass.-R.I.-N.H.-Conn., Consolidated Statistical Area increased a nonseasonally-adjusted 2.5% year over year in March, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics Monday. The report also found that the area experienced a 2.4% increase in wages and salaries for private industry workers in that…

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