Another set of data, 2 1/2 years ago, from Arangkada Philippines.
I think these numbers represent only the monetary pay. The various mandatory social contributions like SSS + PhilHealth + PagIBIG to PH government corporations, plus HMOs, plus mandatory leaves with pay like paid holidays, are not included yet.
One problem with ever-rising mandatory and legislated minimum wage is that entrepreneurs have the option of hiring as few workers as possible, while giving high pay and various perks to those they have hired, to keep their productivity high, people who can do various tasks.
Another option is to use more machines and robots. Here are two news reports, the first from FT, February 10, 2015, and the second is from The Telegraph UK, February 03, 2015.
(2) Telegraph:"In a paradigm-shifting development, the hotel in question, the Henn-na Hotel, will be partially staffed by what are termed “actroid" androids – remarkably human-like robots who will be able to greet, carry luggage to rooms, make cups of coffee – and even smile....