Civil service wages - In 2010, wages increased by 0.8% in constant euros
In 2010, employees of the State civil service received an average full-time-equivalent wage of €2,459 per month. Between 2009 and 2010, the average net wage increased by 2.3% in current euros. Taking account of inflation (+1.5% in 2010), this rise was 0.8% in constant euros for all personnel. It was 0.5% for tenured civil servants and 1.6% for non-permanent staff. For a constant scope, which is to say excluding those civil servants whose management was transferred in 2010, notably to universities, the rise in net wages was 0.9% in constant euros, or 0.1 points more. For those persons present in 2009 and 2010 and having the same employer and an identical working time, the increase in the average net wage was more rapid: +1.7% in constant euros.