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Jakarta Provincial Minimum Wage 2024 Set to IDR5.06 M

Author: Andree Nizar
November 29, 2023
Jakarta Provincial Minimum Wage 2024 Set to IDR5.06 M
Pemerintah Provinsi DKI Jakarta telah menetapkan Upah Minimum Provinsi (UMP) DKI Jakarta untuk tahun 2024 sebesar Rp5.067.381. Photo : antaranews

SEAToday.com, Jakarta - The Jakarta Provincial Government has set the Provincial Minimum Wage (UMP) for 2024 at Rp5,067,381. Jakarta Acting Governor Heru Budi Hartono announced on Tuesday (11/21) that this figure is a 3.6 percent increase from 2023, or Rp165,583.

"The Jakarta provincial government sets the highest alpha, namely alpha 0.3 according to Government Regulation (PP 51 Year 2023). The Jakarta Regional Government cannot exceed the specified amount in that regulation. So the amount is from IDR4.9 million to IDR5,067,381," said Acting Governor Heru. 

What do you think about this increase compared to previous years, SEAtizens?

Jakarta Provincial Minimum Wage

Year

Minimum Wage

Note

2020

IDR 4,267,349

8.3% increase

2021

IDR 4,416,186

3.5% increase

2022

IDR 4,573,845

3.6% increase

2023

IDR 4,901,798

7.2% increase

2024

IDR 5,067,381

3.6% increase

 

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