Job Market Monitor

Korea has raised the minimum wage for all workers, including foreign workers under its Employment Permit System, the Department of Labor and Employment said.

DOLE Secretary Rosalinda Baldoz cited a report from Philippine Overseas Labor Office Korea head Felicitas Bay that the new rate is 5.76 percent higher from last year.

“The new rate represents an increase of 5.76 percent over last year’s minimum wage rate of 36,640 Korean won for eight hours of work rendered. The minimum wage rate, however, shall not apply to workers with disabilities, those working in their family businesses, domestic workers, and seafarers,” the DOLE said.

Under the new policy, from Jan. 1 to Dec. 31 this year, the minimum daily wage for workers covered by the new policy is 38,880 Korean won for eight hours of work a day.

This is also equivalent to a monthly rate of KRW 1,015,740 Korean won (equivalent to…

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