01.05.2012 09.Ijar. 5772 Tag 24 des Omer
Adva Center says employers' share of national income grew almost four times that of workers.
Israel's national income grew by more than a third in the decade to 2011, but most of the increase went to employers rather than wage earners, according to a report by the Adva Center policy analysis institute.
Salaried employees saw their combined income grow just 23% in the period, while employers' income jumped 85%, according to the study by researchers Shlomo Swirski and Etty Konor-Attias. As a result, wage earners' share of total national income declined in 2011 to 63% of the total, down six percentage points than a decade earlier. The employers' share, however, climbed to 13%, from 8-9% in 2001….