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Nurses and engineers lose out on pay rises

Published torsdag 14 mars 2013 kl 11.44

Average pay in Sweden has gone up by 43 percent since the year 2000, show new figures from Statistics Sweden

Newspaper Dagens Nyheter reports that retail employees have seen the biggest increase, with a 50 percent rise in their hourly pay.

But high school teachers have gone from earning slightly above the national average back in 2000, to earning a thousand kronas a month less than average, and health care employees, plus industrial engineering workers have also seen their pay fall behind.

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