Residents of 50 largest Russian cities began to pay more

December 24. FINMARKET.RU – Even low business activity and a difficult situation on the labor market could not stop the growth of wages in the country. Compared to the same period last year, a particularly significant increase in earnings was found in large cities at medium and large enterprises, writes Rossiyskaya Gazeta, which has familiarized itself with the study of the audit and consulting network FinExpertiza. According to analysts, among the 50 largest Russian cities, the highest growth in real wages was recorded in Sevastopol – an average of 17.5 percent. This is adjusted for inflation. Real wages fell only in Lipetsk – by 2.2 percent.

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