The average September net salary in Serbia was 74,981 dinars, News
The average September net salary in Serbia was 74,981 dinars, and according to the data of the Republic Institute of Statistics, the income of employees varied depending on the details, so the lowest average was achieved by workers in accommodation and food services, 46,526 dinars, and the highest in information and communications, 192,481 dinars.
Employees in agriculture, forestry and water management, where the average was 61,598 dinars, workers in trade, 61,711 dinars, art, entertainment and recreation, 61,383 dinars, processing industry, 64,661 dinars, construction, 64,521 dinars, and traffic received salaries lower than the national average. 63,638 dinars.
On the second part of the list, where salaries exceeded the national average, there are employees in electricity and gas supply, who in September earned an average of 101,524 dinars each, finance and insurance with an average of 109,660 dinars, professional, scientific and technical activities, where an average of 99,843 was recorded. dinars.
Employees in the production of tobacco products, 128,261 dinars, production of coke and oil derivatives, 117,332 dinars, and pharmaceutical products, 117,353 dinars, threw up to six-digit averages.
The absolute record holders in terms of income in September were workers in computer programming and consulting activities, who earned an average of 254,895 dinars, i.e. more than 2,100 euros, Dnevnik reports.
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