Average salaries almost 10 percent higher in April

Average salaries almost 10 percent higher in April

Average salaries almost 10 percent higher in April Izvor: Shutterstock

The average net salary in Serbia in April stood at 54,645 Dinars (1 Euro – 118 Dinars), the Republic Statistics Office said on Tuesday.

The average gross salary (including taxes and dues) stood at 75,441 Dinars.  

According to the latest Statistics Office data, the average net salary in April was 9.9 percent higher nominally and 7.1 percent higher in real terms than the average salary in April 2018 while the average gross salary was 9.7 percent higher nominally and 6.9 percent in real terms.  

Net wages rose by 11.3 percent nominally and by 8 percent in real terms in the January-April 2019 period compared to the same period a year earlier while gross wages rose by 11.1 percent nominally and 7.8 percent in real terms.  

The median net salary in April 2019 stood at 41,773 Dinars which means that 50 percent of all registered employees received that amount.

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