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High income OECD countries Compared by Government > Spending > Compensation of employees > Current LCU

DEFINITION: Compensation of employees consists of all payments in cash, as well as in kind (such as food and housing), to employees in return for services rendered, and government contributions to social insurance schemes such as social security and pensions that provide benefits to employees.".

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# COUNTRY AMOUNT DATE GRAPH HISTORY
1 Chile 3.54 trillion 2008
2 United States 399.42 billion 2008
3 France 183.84 billion 2008
4 Norway 133.74 billion 2008
5 Iceland 133.05 billion 2008
6 Sweden 108.18 billion 2008
7 Czech Republic 105.76 billion 2008
8 Italy 97.33 billion 2008
9 United Kingdom 86.25 billion 2008
10 Denmark 85.72 billion 2008
11 Israel 74.61 billion 2008
12 Poland 54.7 billion 2008
13 Germany 39.56 billion 2008
14 Canada 34.19 billion 2008
15 Australia 29.57 billion 2008
16 Spain 25.82 billion 2008
17 Greece 24.75 billion 2008
18 Netherlands 18.34 billion 2008
19 Portugal 18.33 billion 2008
20 Estonia 17.11 billion 2008
21 Ireland 17.1 billion 2008
22 New Zealand 14.6 billion 2007
23 Austria 14.16 billion 2008
24 Belgium 9.84 billion 2008
25 Finland 6.5 billion 2008
26 Switzerland 6.36 billion 2007
27 Slovakia 2.82 billion 2008
28 Slovenia 2.67 billion 2008
29 Luxembourg 2.16 billion 2008

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