The ABS has released data which shows men, living in Western Australia, earn more than anyone else in the country.
According to the ABS, the pay-packages for male workers have, on average, increased by 89% since 2003.
On average they earn a whopping $1936 for a full-time week, according to the data.
The state also had the biggest wage growth overall. Its average full-time wage for men and women rose 87%, almost twice the average 45% pay rise in NSW, or 47% in Victoria, and it has even overtaken the ACT.
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