N. Macedonia’s real net wage rises in April
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North Macedonia’s real net wage increased by 4.3% year-on-year in April, after growing by an annual 6.9% in March, the Podgorica-based State Statistical Office of Macedonia (Makstat) says.
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In nominal terms, the average net wage added 4.2% on the year in April, reaching MKD 25,830 (EUR 416). The strongest annual wage growth in nominal terms, of 6.9%, was registered in the "Other" services sector, followed by health and social work activities with a rise of 6.4%.
On a monthly comparison basis, the average nominal net wage in Macedonian denar fell 2.4% in April, Makstat says.
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