The wage gap between public and private employees continues to grow. The crisis has placed the average salaries of civil servants 54.9% above that received by private workers. This difference has increased by seven points compared to 2011, one year before the last labor reform. Therefore, this gap is mainly due to the results of the application of this reform, which has been carried out exclusively in the private sector, increasing contractual rotation. Added to this are other effects

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