N. Macedonia's Real Net Wage Drops in September
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The real net wage in North Macedonia decreased 5% year-on-year in September, after falling 4.7% the previous month, the State Statistical Office (Makstat) in Skopje said on Wednesday.
In nominal terms, the average net wage added 12.8% on the year in September, reaching MKD 32,553 (EUR 529).
The strongest annual wage growth in nominal terms - by 19.1% - was registered in the arts, entertainment, and recreation sector, followed by the accommodation and food services sector with an 18.8% rise.
On a monthly comparison basis, the real net wage in the southeast European country rose by 0.6% in September.
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