Serbia's real net wage up in January
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Serbia's average net wage increased by a real 3.9% year-on-year in January, following a 4.6% annual rise a month before, the Belgrade-based Central Statistical Office (SORS) said on Friday.
The January average gross wage was RSD 97,877 (EUR 835), also rising by an annual 12.4% in nominal terms.
On a monthly comparison basis, the average net wage went down by 5.8% in real terms in January, after rising 7.5% in December.
In nominal terms, the average net wage totaled RSD 70,920 (EUR 602) in January.
The median net wage in January was RSD 53,327 (EUR 455), meaning that 50% of the employed population received wages up to that amount.
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