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Zagreb salaries up in August

31. October 2011. | 10:41

Source: Croatian Times

The average net salaries of workers in Zagreb grew some 2.8 per cent between July and August to 6,400 kunas (854 Euros).

The average net salaries of workers in Zagreb grew some 2.8 per cent between July and August to 6,400 kunas (854 Euros).

This is a 1.3 per cent increase over last year, the latest data from city planning statistics office shows.

Administrative workers received the lowest salaries in August (3,194 kunas or 426 Euros), followed by security personnel (3,456 kunas or 461 Euros) and garment manufacturers (3,467 kunas or 463 Euros).

The best paying positions in August were managerial and management consulting posts (12,419 kunas or 1,657 Euros), advertising and market research (10,523 kunas or 1,404 Euros) and computer programming and IT (10,153 kunas or 1,355 Euros).


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