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Salaries in various sectors are announced in Bashkiria


UFA, 2 February 2017. /Bashinform News Agency, Galina Bakhshieva/.

Bashkortostan Statistics Agency published average monthly salary of employees at enterprises and organizations of the republic by types of economic activity for January-November 2016.

The average salary in the region has reached 27 251.8 rubles. This is by seven percent more than in January-November 2015.

Petroleum production companies take the first place in the salary rating. The average salary was 69 500 rubles (15.5 percent compared to the same index of 2015) there.

Mining enterprises occupy the second position — 53 422 rubles (growth in the average salary was 17 percent for a year).

Chemical production companies with average monthly salary of 41,801 rubles (13.9 percent) closed the three most profitable industries.

Those engaged in financial activities are in the fourth place — 39 558 rubles (growth of 7.9 percent).

The fifth place of the highly paid spheres of activity in the republic goes to public administration and defense; social insurance. The average monthly salary reached there was 35 880 rubles (2.4 percent) in January-November 2016.

The top ten most profitable industries and activities also included: production of vehicles and equipment (34 483 rubles); generation and distribution of electricity, gas and water (33 314 rubles); manufacture of electrical and optical equipment (33 167 rubles); transport and communications (31 646 rubles); operations with real estate, renting and business activities (29 868 rubles).

The lowest salary in the republic was observed at the enterprises for production of leather, leather products and footwear production — 11 837 rubles (2.5 percent compared to January-November 2015).

The top five of the most low-income also included: textile and clothing industry (15 613 rubles); agriculture, hunting and forestry (15,375 rubles); hotels and restaurants (16,529 rubles); other manufacturing companies (17 780 rubles).

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