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BAHAMAS OCCUPATIONS AND WAGES REPORT 2007

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(BIS) The Department of Statistics wishes to inform the public that the Occupations and Wages Report for 2007 is available.

The report is based on the results of the Occupation and Wages Survey conducted in 2007. The survey covered establishments with five or more employees in New Providence and Grand Bahama.

Results of the survey indicated that in New Providence for 2007:

Sex Average Normal Hours Worked Per Week Average Hourly Wage Average Weekly Wage Median Weekly Wage Average Annual Wage Median Annual Wage
Total 39 $14 $527 $382 $27,425 $19,890
Male 39 $14 $543 $380 $28,231 $19,760
Female 38 $13 $511 $385 $26,562 $20,036

 

Results of the survey indicated that in Grand Bahama for 2007:

Sex Average Normal Hours Worked Per Week Average Hourly Wage Average Weekly Wage Median Weekly Wage Average Annual Wage Median Annual Wage
Total 39 $13 $510 $408 $26,515 $21,200
Male 40 $14 $570 $472 $29,656 $24,554
Female 39 $11 $421 $336 $21,876 $17,462

 

The report can be obtained at the Department of Statistics in the Clarence Bain Building, Thompson Boulevard and at the Department of Statistics Freeport, Grand Bahama located on the Mall in the Star General Insurance Building.

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