Teachers' statutory salaries
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This dataset presents internationally comparable data on (full-time) salaries of teachers in public institutions at pre-primary, primary and general (lower and upper) secondary education. Statutory and actual salaries are displayed by level of education, and data on actual salaries are also available by age and gender. Data also include other statistics related to salaries of teachers.

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Etienne ALBISER (etienne.albiser@oecd.org).
Michael JACOBS (michael.jacobs@oecd.org)

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12 September 2017

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School year
Data should refer to the school year Y/Y+1 (for example 2014/2015) or in the case of Southern Hemisphere countries, Y+1 (2015).

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Yearly

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Annual data

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Levels of education refer to the International standard Classification of Educaiton (ISCED) 2011.

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Salaries are presented as gross amounts (total sum paid by the employer less the employer’s contribution to social security and pension). Gross teachers’ salaries were converted using purchasing power parities (PPPs) for private consumption from the OECD National Accounts database.
Technical notes are available in Annex 3 of

Teachers' statutory salariesAbstract

This dataset presents internationally comparable data on (full-time) salaries of teachers in public institutions at pre-primary, primary and general (lower and upper) secondary education. Statutory and actual salaries are displayed by level of education, and data on actual salaries are also available by age and gender. Data also include other statistics related to salaries of teachers.

Data source(s) used

Data on salaries of teachers are from the OECD-INES Survey on Teachers and the Curriculum.
Data on earnings of workers are based on the regular data collection by the OECD LSO (Labour Market and Social Outcomes of Learning) Network.
For more information see

Education_at_a_Glancehttp://www.oecd.org/edu/eag.htm
Source Periodicity

Yearly

Periodicity

Yearly

Reference period

Annual data

Date last updated

12 September 2017

Contact person

Etienne ALBISER (etienne.albiser@oecd.org).
Michael JACOBS (michael.jacobs@oecd.org)

Other data characteristics

School year
Data should refer to the school year Y/Y+1 (for example 2014/2015) or in the case of Southern Hemisphere countries, Y+1 (2015).

Classification(s) used

Levels of education refer to the International standard Classification of Educaiton (ISCED) 2011.

Recommended uses and limitations

Salaries are presented as gross amounts (total sum paid by the employer less the employer’s contribution to social security and pension). Gross teachers’ salaries were converted using purchasing power parities (PPPs) for private consumption from the OECD National Accounts database.
Technical notes are available in Annex 3 of

Education_at_a_Glancehttp://www.oecd.org/edu/eag.htm
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