Serbia - Income data for 2016 - March 31, 2017

The statistical office released household income data for 2016. The data include figures about regular salaries and wages, pensions, social benefits and other income. Also covered are the regional differences in the country. In the fourth quarter of 2016, the available monthly income in money and in kind, per household amounted to 60639 RSD (490 euro) and showed an increase of 4.1% in nominal terms, relative to the same quarter 2015, and increase of 1.0% relative to the third quarter 2016, in nominal terms. The largest share of income in money and in kind refers to the salaries and wages of the employed (49.0%), pensions (31.7%), income from agriculture, hunting and fishing (5.6%), natural consumption (4.3%), other social insurance receipts (2.5%), other income (2.4%) and other receipts (2.2%). 

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