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Theme: Labour Market


Average monthly net wage paid per employee, January 2011

30.03.2011


At the beginning of this year, the State Statistical Office applied the new National Classification of Activities (NACE Rev.2) for collecting and processing data on the average monthly net wages.

The monthly indices of the average net wage per employee for 2010 are processed according to the new National Classification of Activities (NACE Rev.2).

According to the data of the State Statistical Office the index of the average monthly net wage paid per employee in January 2011, compared to January 2010, was 103.4.

This increase is caused by the increase of the average monthly net wage paid per employee in the sectors: Financial and insurance activities (24.7%), Other service activities (17.8%) and Education (6.2%).

The biggest growth in the average monthly net wage paid per employee compared to the previous month was recorded in the sectors: Financial and insurance activities (18.4%), Arts, entertainment and recreation (7.4%) and Transportation and storage (4.2%).

The average monthly net wage paid per employee in January 2011 was 21 029 denars.

In January 2011, 2.3% of the employees in the Republic of Macedonia did not receive any payment.





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