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Ukraine increases salaries and employment

Posted by the Editor on January 28, 2014


News / 28 January 2014 | 11:32

Ukraine increases salaries and employment

Ukraine increases salaries and employment

The State Statistics Service of Ukraine published data on the number, working hours and salaries of employees in December 2013, the Information-Analytical Bulletin of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine informs.
The statistics indicate contradictory trends in the economy. In December  2013 the number of full-time employees totaled 9,958 million persons and fell by 1% compared to November. The average number of employees in the full-time equivalent totaled 9,745 million persons in December.
Experts point out that the largest number of full time staff was recorded in Kyiv – 1,244 million, in Donetsk region – 1,074 million, in Dnipropetrovsk region – 888,900. In particular, in December 2013 industrial production employed 2,603 million persons, including manufacturing – 1,645 million. Mining industry employed 415,600 persons, including coal industry – 256,700 persons.
Experts say an increase in the workload of employed persons. So, in December, one full-time employee in average worked 150 hours. This is 102.7% from November 2013, and 104.2% from December 2012. Workload was the highest in “Finance and insurance.” One full-time employee there in average billed 160 hours. In the areas of “Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles” and “public administration and defense; compulsory social insurance” – 158 hours. The least number of hours was billed in the area “mail and courier services” – 132 hours, in “water transport” – 133 hours.
At the same time, with the growing workload, the salary increases, note analysts. The payroll payments from January to December 2013 amounted to 408.9 billion UAH, or 103.7% from 2012. In December 2013, the salaries  were paid at 110.7% from November, and 107.2% from December 2012. 

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