In April, the average nominal salary in Ukraine amounted to UAH 10,430, up by 1.6% YoY, according to the State Statistics Service.
“The average nominal salary of a full-time employee of enterprises, institutions and organizations made up UAH 10,430 in April, up 2.2-fold from the minimum wage (UAH 4,723). The average nominal salary decreased by 8.9% compared with March, but rose by 1.6% over the last 12 months (compared to April 2019),” reads the report.
The highest nominal salaries in April were recorded in the financial and insurance sector – UAH 20,256 (+2.1%), in the information and telecommunications sector – UAH 18,317 (-10.7%), in the state governance and defense, compulsory social insurance – UAH 15,041 (+13%).
The lowest nominal salaries in April were recorded in the sectors of temporary accommodation and catering – UAH 3,500 (-46.4%), in the healthcare and social assistance sectors – UAH 7,035 (+4.3%) and in the sector of immovable property management – UAH 7,121 (-13.1%). (Ukrinform/Business World Magazine)