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The average monthly earnings of employees in the first quarter of 2019 rose by 2.5 per cent compared to the same period last year, the Statistical Service has said.
Average monthly earnings of employees include the basic salary, the cost of living allowance, earnings for overtime, the Holiday Fund, any other allowances received during the reference period and payments in arrears.
"I think I have made a good name in this trade," he added proudly, refusing to disclose his average monthly earnings.
The average monthly earnings among workers who used transportation-related apps in a given month (services like Uber and Lyft that transport people, or delivery services that transport food or other items) actually dropped by 53 percent between 2013 and 2017, from $1,469 a month to $783.
In this case, special provisions apply to adjust the average monthly earnings used to calculate benefits.
Average monthly earnings increased by approximately 45% for the 2010 cohort and 66% for the 2011 cohort.
Caption: Average Monthly Earnings for State and Local Governments by State Area: March 2013
In comparison with the second quarter of 2012, a decrease of 1,6% was recorded in the average monthly earnings of employees (males -1,7% and females -1,0%).
In that case, SSDI benefits would automatically resume as average monthly earnings (potentially computed over rolling periods of the previous N months) decline over time.
* A beggar's average monthly earnings range between TL 750 and TL 1,000.

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