SSCs Account for Close to 6% of Value Added in Hungary
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Shared Services Centers (SSCs) accounted for 5.9% of value added in the national economy in 2021, a report on the sector by the Central Statistical Office (KSH) shows.
SSCs accounted for 2.1% of all employed in the country and 5.4% of revenue, including 2.7% of export revenue.
There were 299 SSCs in Hungary last year, including 198 in the capital, survey data show.
The headcount at SSCs climbed over 67,000 in 2022. That number included close to 24,300 people working in ICT.
Full-time SSC staff earned a gross monthly HUF 850,000, on average, last year, well over the HUF 489,000 gross average monthly wage for the country as a whole.
A little over 23% of SSCs are Hungarian-owned, data from last year show. More than 22% are U.S.-owned and almost 14% are German-owned.
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