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A comprehensive overview of earnings across industries in 2023

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Their earnings in 2023 amounted to 264,620 dinars on average, and compared to previous years, there was no big jump for them

The average net salary in Serbia last year, for twelve months, was 86,007 dinars, which is about 732 euros. In one year, salaries nominally increased by 14.8 percent. From year to year, there are practically no changes in who earns the most and who earns the least. And last year, the leader in terms of salaries were programmers with an average salary of 264,620 dinars. It is interesting that they did not have a large nominal salary increase last year, because they were raised by “only” 7.2 percent. A year earlier, in 2022, their employers increased their salaries by as much as 30 percent.

Thanks mostly to programmers, the entire information and communication industry had an average salary of 207,273 dinars. Although not only them. Other activities also had high salaries. For example, in telecommunications the average salary was 131,822 dinars, in cinematography and television production the average salary was 126,169 dinars, while in publishing the average salary was 96,824 dinars. Pilots, i.e. employees in air transport, who earned an average of 193,390 dinars, were in second place in terms of earnings last year.

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At the top of the salary scale is the production of tobacco products, where the average salary is 140,304 dinars. In the processing industry, which includes the tobacco industry, the average salary is 74,423 dinars. Wages in the production of coke and petroleum derivatives are also well above the average, 138,393 dinars, while pharmacists earned 124,699 dinars. Traditionally, wages are high in oil and natural gas exploitation and amounted to 153,621 dinars, as well as in service activities in mining with an average of 135,732 dinars. In the entire mining industry, the average salary was 117,133 dinars. For the sake of comparison, the average salary in coal mining was 110,546 dinars, and in metal ore 124,922 dinars. Also, the salaries of employees in the supply of electricity, gas and steam are high, where the average salary was 110,000 dinars. In financial activities and insurance, the average was 127,803 dinars, and in banking 144,531 dinars. In insurance, the average salary was 117,604 dinars.

Judging by official statistics, scientists are highly valued, because the salaries of those employed in scientific research and development are 180,888 dinars. In the entire group such as professional, scientific and technical activities, salaries are high with an average of 113,430 dinars. Management activities, what people would call directors, and related consulting, have an average salary of 153,428 dinars.

At the bottom of the salary scale are employees in personal service activities with 46,782 dinars and in the activities of preparing and serving food and beverages with earnings of 47,377 dinars, followed by wood processing with 50,485 dinars. Masters who repair household appliances and computers earned 52,978 dinars. In the production of clothing, 53,935 dinars. In agriculture last year, the average salary was 69,670 dinars, and in construction 73,778 dinars. In wholesale and retail trade, the salary was 72,203 dinars, in traffic 72,821 dinars. In administrative jobs, the average salary is 77,578 dinars. Employees in state administration, defense and mandatory social insurance earned 93,879 dinars, in education 77,733 dinars, and in health and social protection 86,211. In healthcare itself, the average salary was 92,050 dinars.

The activity of art and entertainment for employees provided a salary of 70,692 dinars. In museums and galleries, the average salary was 69,378 dinars. This salary group also includes those who work in casinos and betting shops, whose earnings were on average 77,518 dinars.

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Salaries of private individuals reached the state

Earnings of entrepreneurs and their employees were also the lowest last year and amounted to 43,491 dinars. In the private sector, the average salary was 85,068 dinars, and in the public sector 88,332 dinars.

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