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Income that goes to workers as opposed to capital increased by 1.8% to reach 36.5%. By Elizabeth Turnbull - Jul 07,2019 - Last updated at Jul 07,2019. Workers are seen working in a garment factory in Mafraq Governorate, 80 kilometres northeast of Amman (JT file photo). AMMAN — In 2017, 35.66 per cent of labour income in Jordan went to the top 10 per cent highest-paid workers, according to a recently released report by the International Labour Organisation (ILO). "When the top 10 top-paid workers in Jordan hold more than 35 per cent of the local labour income, it means something is wrong with the equal pay system in Jordan," economist Mazen Irsheid told The Jordan Times on Saturday. The top 1... Full story

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