Serbia's Real Net Wage Falls in February
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Serbia's average net wage fell by a real 0.8% year-on-year in February, following a 0.8% annual increase in January, the Belgrade-based Central Statistical Office (RBS) said on Tuesday.
On a monthly comparison basis, the average net wage went down by 3.1% in real terms in February, after decreasing by the same rate in January, the statistical office said in a statement.
In nominal terms, the average net wage totaled RSD 81,359 (EUR 694) in February, while the average gross wage was RSD 112,212, according to figures.
The median net wage was RSD 62,239 (EUR 530), meaning that 50% of the employed population received wages up to that amount.
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