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    Wellington is closing the gap on Auckland in the race to be the highest earning area in the country

    Wellington is closing the gap on Auckland in the race to be the highest earning area in the country

    11 July 2018
    Latest Trade Me Jobs figures show there is just a two dollar difference in average wage between the two areas.

    Auckland is narrowly leading the way with an average wage of 71-thousand-560 dollars.

    In Wellington its 71-thousand-558.

    Average salaries in Wellington are up a solid seven per cent from this time last year, while Auckland's wage growth has been stagnant, rising just 0.2 per cent.

    © 2018 Newstalk ZB, NZCity


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