Main Economic Indicators

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The Main Economic Indicators database includes a wide range of areas from 1961, such as quarterly national accounts, business surveys, retail sales, industrial production, construction, consumer prices, total employment, unemployment rates, interest rates, money and domestic finance, foreign finance, foreign trade, and balance of payments for OECD countries and non-member economies.

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Keywords:  MEI, earnings, main economic indicators, labour, prices, sales, production, balance of payments, consumer opinion, trade, leading indicators, employment, labour cost, finance, BOP

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This database includes data on unit labour cost, hourly earnings, labour force, registered unemployment and job vacancies.
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  • Hourly earnings

    A subset of the the Main Economic Indicators (MEI) database, hourly earnings includes seasonally adjusted average total earnings paid per employed person per hour including overtime pay and regularly recurring cash supplements. These comparative ...
  • Labour market statistics

    A subset of the Main Economic Indicators (MEI) database, Labour market statistics includes labour force, unemployment level and rate, employment by industry and services. Data are collected from sample household surveys on a monthly or quarterly ...
  • Registered unemployed and job vacancies

    A subset of the the Main Economic Indicators (MEI) database, the Registered unemployment and job vacancies dataset includes registered unemployment rates and levels and job vacancies statistics. Data are available from 1955 onwards.
  • Unit labour cost - quarterly indicators - early estimates

    Unit labour costs (ULCs) measure the average cost of labour per unit of output, calculated as the ratio of total labour costs to real output. Early estimates of quarterly (EEQ) ULCs cover total economy and are obtained by multiplying compensation of ...
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