Serbian average net wage rises in February

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The February average net monthly wage in Serbia was RSD 62,280 (EUR 529.7), rising 7.1% in nominal terms and 5.8% in real terms compared to the same month of last year, the Belgrade-based Statistics Office (SORS) said on Monday.

The average gross monthly wage amounted to RSD 85,864, growing 6.9% in nominal terms and 5.6% in real terms compared to the same month last year.

On month, gross wages rose 6% in nominal terms and 4.8% in real terms in February. The median net wage in February was RSD 47,682 (EUR 405.50), meaning that 50% of the employed population received wages up to that amount.

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