Serbia has the lowest average wage of all ex-Yugoslav countries - Average monthly wage exceeds EUR 1,000 only in Slovenia
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Of all the countries of ex-Yugoslavia, Slovenia had the largest average wage at the end of the last year - EUR 1,004.34. And although the average wage in Serbia registered the biggest growth in 2015, it was still the lowest of all, amounting to EUR 361.25.
The average wage in Montenegro managed to return to the level from the start of the year - EUR 482.
According to the latest statistical data for November 2015, the average wage in Croatia, Bosnia-Herzegovina and Macedonia was at 747.90, 422.33 and 365.17 euro, respectively.