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EMPLOYEE COMPENSATION COSTS for employers in New England were $41.13 per hour in March, higher than both nationwide employer costs and Northeast employer costs for the month. / COURTESY BUREAU OF LABOR STATISTICS

N.E. hourly compensation costs in March were $41.13

PROVIDENCE – Private employer compensation costs were $41.13 per hour in New England in March, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics this...
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

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

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...
COMPENSATION COSTS for private industry employers in New England were $40.80 per hour in December 2018 a 42-cent-per-hour increase year over year. / BLOOMBERG NEWS FILE PHOTO/LUKE SHARRETT

N.E. employer compensation costs highest in nation at end of 2018

PROVIDENCE – Compensation costs per hour worked for private employers in New England was $40.80 in December, compared with $40.38 one year prior, according...
U.S. PRIVATE-SECTOR wages and salaries increased 2.9 percent year over year in the first quarter. / BLOOMBERG

U.S. employment costs accelerate in sign of faster inflation

NEW YORK - United States employment costs increased more than forecast in the first quarter as worker pay and benefits accelerated, according to Labor Department...
U.S. PURCHASES ROSE 0.2 percent in February. / BLOOMBERG FILE PHOTO/MICHAEL NAGLE

U.S. consumer spending gain lags behind income for second month

NEW YORK - Consumer spending lagged behind income growth for a second month in February, showing American households were taking a breather after a late-2017...
THE NORTHEAST reported the highest compensation costs per hour in private industry for December. The Northeast comprises the Middle Atlantic and New England regions. / COURTESY BUREAU OF LABOR STATISTICS

BLS: N.E. employer compensation costs total $40.48 per hour in Dec.

PROVIDENCE – Private-industry employers in New England paid $40.48 per hour worked in combined wages, salary and benefits in December 2017, according to U.S....
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