Bulgaria avg gross monthly wage grows in Q4

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The average gross monthly wage in Bulgaria increased by an annual 9.4% to BGN 1,437 (EUR 735) in the fourth quarter of 2020, the National Statistical Institute (NSI) said on Friday.

On a quarterly comparison basis, the average gross monthly wage grew by 4.7% in Q4.

On a yearly basis, the average monthly wages in the public sector and the private sector went up by 13.1% and 8.1%, respectively.

The highest average wage of BGN 3,346 (EUR 1,710) was registered in the information and communication sector, followed by financial and insurance business with BBGN 2,250. The lowest gross wage of BGN 787 (EUR 402) was recorded in the sector of accommodation and food services. 

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