How much the Uzbeks’ average salary?
In January-June of 2020, nominal accounted the average monthly earnings of employees that work at the enterprises and organizations with the status of a legal entity in Uzbekistan amounted to 2.5 million sums, an increase of 21.6% comparatively the appropriate period in 2019.
As the State statistics committee reports, nominal accounted the average monthly salary was perceptible lower over the republic average indices in healthcare and social services – by 30.4%, education field – by 22.9%. At the same time, banking, insurance, leasing, credit and intermediation activities – 13.7%, information and communication field – 62.2%, which is significantly higher over the republican average indices.
In all types of financial activity, it was observed that an increase in the nominal accounted the average monthly salary comparatively to the same period of 2019. In particular, there was a significant increase in banking, insurance, leasing and credit intermediation – by 33.4%, in transportation and storage field – by 28.5%.
The nominal accounted average monthly wage in the field of education amounted to 1.9 million sums, an increase over the same period of 2019 by 17.0%.
Tashkent city – 39.6%, Syrdarya region – 2.0%, Tashkent region – 0.2% and the Republic of Karakalpakstan – 0.2% significantly higher than the nominal accounted average monthly wage over the republic.
In addition, it was observed that in 10 regions the nominal accounted average monthly wage in this sphere is lower than the republican average indices.
Perceptible lower indices than the nominal accounted average monthly wage in the republic were observed in Surkhandarya region – 95.6%, Khorezm region – 92.0%, Fergana region – 90.9%, and Kashkadarya region – 88.7% of share.
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