Average take-home pay in 2015 HRK 5,711

The average take-home pay for employees in legal entities in Croatia in December last year amounted to HRK 5,772, which was nominally 1% higher on the year or 1.6% in real terms, the State Bureau of Statistics said on Monday.

On the monthly level, the average net pay in December 2015 was nominally 1.4% or really 0.8% lower than in November 2015.

The figures show that the yearly average take-home pay amounted to HRK 5,711 which was a nominal increase of 3.2% or a real increase of 3.7% on the year.

Last update: Mon, 29/02/2016 - 19:17
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