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Salaries Inch Upwards in Croatia

Monthly salaries in October were marginally higher in real terms than those a year earlier.

Croatiaweek
Zagreb

The average monthly salary in Croatia for October was 5,506 kuna (721 euro), 0.1 per cent higher in real terms than in October 2012, the Central Bureau of Statistics said.

Among the better-paid professions were air traffic workers (10,000 kuna plus  – 1,300 euro), marketing professionals (9,155 kuna – 1,200 euro), accountants, managers and consultants and pharmacists.

At the other end of the scale were factory workers, security staff, administrators and textile workers (all on around 3,00-3,500 kuna – 465 euro.

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