Minimum Wage in Australia 2017

The Australian annual minimum full time wage increases to $36,134.80 on 1st July 2017

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The Australian National Minimum Wage increase in July 2017

The minimum wage in Australia will rise to $18.29 per hour, or $694.90 per week, from the 1st July 2017.

An estimated 2.3 million low paid workers will see the benefit from this rise of about $22.20 per week.

It is an annual rise of 3.3%, and brings the annual minimum full time wage to $36,134.80, based on 52 weeks at $694.90

Australian Minimum Wage Rates

The Minimum Wage rate for July 2017 was $18.29 per hour or $694.90 per week

The Minimum Wage rate for July 2016 was $17.70 per hour or $672.70 per week

The Minimum Wage rate for July 2015 was $17.29 per hour or $656.90 per week

The Minimum Wage rate for July 2014 was $16.87 per hour or $640.90 per week.

The Minimum Wage rate for July 2013 was $16.37 per hour or $622.20 per week.

The Minimum Wage rate for July 2012 was $15.96 per hour or $606.40 per week.

The Minimum Wage rate for July 2011 was $15.51 per hour or $589.30 per week.

The Minimum Wage rate for July 2010 was $15.00 per hour or $569.90 per week.

The Minimum Wage rate for July 2009 was $14.31 per hour or $543.78 per week.

The Minimum Wage rate for Oct 2008 was $14.31 per hour or $543.78 per week.

The Minimum Wage rate for Oct 2007 was $13.74 per hour or $522.12 per week.

Source:

http://www.fairwork.gov.au/about-us/policies-and-guides/fact-sheets/minimum-workplace-entitlements/minimum-wages

 



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