Ukrainian wages increased for 19.4% compared to last year
Employes of aviation industry, financiers and insurance agents get the highest wages; postal workers and couriers - the lowest ones
In Ukraine (without temporarily occupied territory of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea, and some areas of the zone ATO), the average salary in June 2015 was $191, which is 6.4% more compared to May of the same year, according to the State Statistics Service.
Compared with June 2014, the average wages per month increased by 19.4%. The highest average wage of workers has traditionally recorded in the aviation industry - an average of $852, financiers and insurance agents - $392.
Employees of information media and telecommunications industries get $311. Transport industry employees’ wages per month is $250, technicians and scientists - $300. Agrarians get $136 per month.
The lowest wages per month get of postal workers and couriers $92.
The highest average salary people get in Kyiv and Kyiv region - $307, Donetsk region is on the second place - $230. The lowest average wage in Kherson and Ternopil regions, nearly $145 per month.
Let us also see the last tendencies of labor migration in Ukraine. According to the Ukraine Migration Profile in 2014 labor migration is more common among men – they make two thirds of the total number of labor migrants. The share of labor migrants among Ukrainian men aged 15-70 is 4.8%, while that of women is almost twice smaller (2.2%).
The largest receiving states for the domestic labor force are the Russian Federation (43.2%), Poland (14.3%), Italy (13.2%), and Czech Republic (12.9%). Other countries of labor migration flows include Spain (4.5%), Germany (2.4%), Hungary (1.9%), Portugal and Belarus (both 1.8%).
Women dominate among migrants to Hungary (53.%) and especially to Italy (78.5%). Men prevail among those working in Belarus, Poland, and Spain, but the fraction of women here is noticeably higher, than in the labor migration from Ukraine in general.
For 2010-2012 1,181.6 thousand labor migrants left Ukraine in order to go abroad for working.
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