Ministry of Manpower Released Wagepedia, View Minimum Wage for Each Province

Jakarta, CNN Indonesia – The Ministry of Manpower (Kemnaker) introduced Wagepedia, a national wage information system. This system is the result of collaboration between the Ministry of Manpower and the National Wage Council (Dapenas).

The Director General of Industrial Relations and Social Security at the Ministry of Manpower, Indah Anggoro Putri, said that information on the Provincial Minimum Wage (UMP) and Regency/City Minimum Wage (UMK) will be presented transparently through this website.

She explained that Wagepedia would also include information related to wage indicators, such as the economy and employment.

In addition, there are features of tables and data graphs to compare wages between certain provinces/regencies/cities and wage surveys sourced from the Central Statistics Agency (BPS).

“Interestingly, there is a Minimum Wage Calculator feature that can be used to calculate the minimum wage on the Wagepedia channel,” said Indah in the Ministry of Manpower’s Open Seminar, Monday (15/11).

The Ministry of Manpower also includes regulations, rules, analytical studies, to concepts related to wages in Indonesia. This site can not only be used by workers and corporations, but also Micro and Small Enterprises (UMK).

Based on’s monitoring, Minimum Wage Calculator can be used by filling in your desired province and district/city, then click search. After that, data will be released, such as the average consumption per capita to the province’s economic growth.

Next, you can click Calculate the 2022 MW to find out the minimum wage that applies to the province and district/city you want to search for. Another feature that can be used is Wage Data Search. This feature can find wage data according to province, industrial sector, to certain positions.