A survey released on Thursday (9) by the Inter-Union Department of Statistics and Socioeconomic Studies (DIES) said that the payment of the 13th salary should contribute approximately R$291 billion to the Brazilian economy.
This amount represents approximately 2.7% of gross domestic product (GDP, the sum of all goods and services produced in a country) and will be paid to approximately 87.7 million people: formal market workers, social security beneficiaries and federally retired and pension beneficiaries. , states and municipalities. On average, each employee should receive R$3,057.
Of the amount to be paid as of the 13th, approximately R$201.6 billion, or 69% of the total, will be given to formal workers, including domestic workers, and 31% (R$89.8 billion) will be given to retirees and pensioners. Social security beneficiaries (32.8 million people) will receive R$55.4 billion, retirees and central pensioners R$11.2 billion (3.8%); State retirees and pensioners, R$17.5 billion (6%); and retirees and pensioners from the municipalities’ own plans, R$5.6 billion.
The 13th highest average price will be paid to service sector workers (R$4,460). Industry appears with the second value, which is equal to R$3,922; And the lowest amount goes to workers in the primary sector of the economy, R$2,362.
The highest average price for the 13th will be allocated to workers, retirees and pensioners in the Federal District (R$5,400) and the lowest, in Maranhão and Piauí (R$2,087 and R$2,091, respectively).
According to Dyce, to calculate the payment of the 13th salary in 2023, data was collected from both the Annual List of Social Information (RAIS) and the New General Register of Employed and Unemployed People (Novo Caged) from the Ministry of Labor and Employment. employment. Information from the Continuous National Household Sample Survey (PNAD) conducted by the Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics (IBGE), Social Security and the National Treasury Secretariat (STN) was also considered.