Italy - Nominal unit labour cost growth was -0.10% in December of 2021, according to the EUROSTAT. Historically, Italy - Nominal unit labour cost growth reached a record high of 4.30% in December of 2009 and a record low of -0.10% in December of 2021. Trading Economics provides the current actual value, an historical data chart and related indicators for Italy - Nominal unit labour cost growth - last updated from the EUROSTAT on August of 2022.

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 italy nominal unit labour cost growth eurostat data
Nominal Unit Labour Cost Growth
Country Last Previous Unit Reference
Lithuania 7.30 5.70 % Dec 2021
Bulgaria 5.40 9.50 % Dec 2021
Hungary 4.00 6.60 % Dec 2021
Latvia 3.50 7.00 % Dec 2021
Finland 3.20 0.80 % Dec 2021
Slovakia 2.20 6.30 % Dec 2021
Czech Republic 1.80 7.30 % Dec 2021
Luxembourg 1.40 4.10 % Dec 2021
Portugal 1.00 9.30 % Dec 2021
Austria 0.70 7.30 % Dec 2021
Germany 0.60 4.30 % Dec 2021
Denmark 0.60 3.50 % Dec 2021
Poland 0.60 7.90 % Dec 2021
Sweden 0.40 3.40 % Dec 2021
Cyprus 0.40 1.40 % Dec 2021
France 0.30 4.50 % Dec 2021
Spain 0.20 6.10 % Dec 2021
Euro Area 0.00 4.50 % Dec 2021
Belgium -0.20 4.40 % Dec 2021
Estonia -0.60 5.50 % Dec 2021
Netherlands -0.60 8.50 % Dec 2021
Croatia -3.10 9.80 % Dec 2021
Ireland -4.20 -5.10 % Dec 2021
Greece -5.90 7.80 % Dec 2021
Italy | Employment
% of the population with at least upper secondary educational attainment, age group 25-64
At-risk of poverty rate of unemployed persons
Employed persons being self-employed without employees
Employed persons being self-employed without employees: Females
Employed persons being self-employed without employees: Males
Employed women being in managerial positions: 15 years or over
Employed women being in managerial positions: 25 years or over
Employed women being in managerial positions: 50 years or over
Employed women being in managerial positions: 65 years or over
Employed women being in managerial positions: 75 years or over
Employed women being in managerial positions: From 15 to 24 years
Employed women being in managerial positions: From 15 to 39 years
Employed women being in managerial positions: From 15 to 59 years
Employed women being in managerial positions: From 15 to 64 years
Employed women being in managerial positions: From 15 to 74 years
Employed women being in managerial positions: From 20 to 64 years
Employed women being in managerial positions: From 25 to 49 years
Employed women being in managerial positions: From 25 to 59 years
Employed women being in managerial positions: From 25 to 64 years
Employed women being in managerial positions: From 25 to 74 years
Employed women being in managerial positions: From 40 to 59 years
Employed women being in managerial positions: From 40 to 64 years
Employed women being in managerial positions: From 50 to 59 years
Employed women being in managerial positions: From 50 to 64 years
Employed women being in managerial positions: From 50 to 74 years
Employed women being in managerial positions: From 55 to 64 years
Employed women being in managerial positions: From 55 to 74 years
Employees with a contract of limited duration (annual average): From 15 to 24 years
Employees with a contract of limited duration (annual average): From 15 to 64 years
Employees with a contract of limited duration (annual average): From 20 to 64 years
Employees with a contract of limited duration (annual average): From 25 to 54 years
Employees with a contract of limited duration (annual average): From 55 to 64 years
Employment in High and medium high-technology manufacturing
Employment in Total knowledge-intensive services
Employment rate
Employment rate of low skilled persons, age group 20-64
Employment rate of non-EU nationals, age group 20-64
Employment rate of older workers, age group 55-64
Employment rate: Females
Employment rate: Males
Involuntary temporary employment
Newly employed
Nominal unit labour cost growth
Overall employment growth
Part-time employment rate
Persons employed part-time: From 15 to 24 years
Persons employed part-time: From 15 to 64 years
Persons employed part-time: From 20 to 64 years
Persons employed part-time: From 25 to 54 years
Persons employed part-time: From 55 to 64 years
Temporary employees
Tertiary educational attainment, age group 30-34
Unemployment rate: Females
Unemployment rate: Males
Young people neither in employment nor in education and training
Young people neither in employment nor in education and training: Females
Young people neither in employment nor in education and training: Males
Youth employment rate, age group 20-29
Youth unemployment rate: Females
Youth unemployment rate: Males
Italy | EUROSTAT Indicators