The rise in the smic has benefited 2 million employees

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Nearly 2 million people working in the private sector, or 11.5% of employees, benefited from the revaluation of the smic, which took place on 1 January, says the Ministry of Labor.

At that date, the minimum wage amount was raised by 1.23% – the highest increase since 2012 – to reach an hourly rate of 9.88 euros gross, which corresponds to a gross monthly salary of 1,498.47 euros for a full time. In net, the rise is stronger, thanks to the exemptions of contributions unemployment and sickness put in place this year: the net hourly smic is to 7,83 euros since October, that is to say 1188 euros monthly.

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While 24.9% of part-time employees are in the labor market, this is the case for only 8.1% of full-time employees. Similarly, the minimum wage is more important in small structures: 26.5% of employees of companies with less than 10 employees are in the SMIC, against 8.1% in the others. Women are at the forefront: they represent 58.3% of the employees concerned by the rise in the SMIC and even nearly 65% ​​in companies with 250 employees or more, while they weigh less than half of the employees.

The "hotel, restaurant and tourism" sector is the one where the share of workers in the smic is the highest: 33% for all employees and 58% for part-time workers. A proportion that even climbs to 62% in fast food restaurants. The beneficiaries of the revaluation of the smic are also numerous in the branches "food trade" (25%) and "clothing, leather and textile" (21%).

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