Wages in the hospital civil serviceIn 2014, the average net wage increased by 0.3% in constant euros
In 2014, the average net wage in the hospital civil service stood at €2,225 in full-time equivalent; this average takes into account all employees in hospitals and medico-social establishments, whether they are civil servants, contractual personnel or doctors. Between 2013 and 2014, the average net wage in the hospital civil service increased by 0.3% in constant euros. The change in structure by grade and status has slowed down this rise: if the structure had been the same as in 2013, the net wage would have increased by 0.6% in constant euros.
In 2014, the average net wage was €2,283 in hospitals, or +0.4%, in constant euros compared with 2013; it stood at €1,801 in medico-social establishments (+0.5%).
The average net wage of hospital civil servants increased less than that of contractual personnel (+0.5% in constant euros against +0.8%), while that of doctors remained stable.
In 2014, the gender wage gap in the hospital civil service declined slightly but remained substantial: women’s net wage is 20.9% lower than men’s. All other things being equal, the average gender wage gap is down to 3.4%.
For stable employees, present for all of 2013 and 2014 with the same employer and with the same work quota, which is a little more than two out of three employees, the average net wage increased by 1.5% in constant euros.