The wages of formal and informal private workers lost due to a beating against inflation in July, deepening the trend of strong retraction for family income and their purchasing power, which could continue for a long time in a scenario with inflation. projected 100% for the year.

This Thursday the National Institute of Statistics and Censuses (Indec) reported that wages increased by 5.5% in the month of July and 68.7% in interannual values.

The data was published by the Indec through the Salary Index and showed that once again salaries lost against inflation, which in July was 7.4%.

The Index detailed that the registered private sector had rises of 5.4%, the public one 7.3% and the unregistered private sector 3%

Likewise, according to the indicator, salaries accumulated a rise of 41.8% accumulated until July, in the face of inflation of 46.2% in the same period.

Undoubtedly, the worst scenario is carried out by informal private workers. Its income increased 58.9% in twelve months, 12.1 percentage points below inflation. The data clearly shows that in 2022 the situation worsened for them. In seven months, revenues rose 31.7%, against inflation of 46.2%.