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Muscovites get the highest salary and pension in Russia
4.12.2012 22:08
Muscovites get the highest salary and pension in Russia

Since the start of 2012 the average salary in Moscow has reached 45.6 thousand Rubles ($ 1520), what is 1.8 times more than average level all over Russia, informs the site of Moscow Department of Economic Policy and Development.

The salary growth in the capital has made up 5.6%. The average income of a Moscow dweller is one of the highest in the country, it has reached 41.1 thousand Rubles ($1 370).

The average monthly pension in Moscow has equaled 9.87 thousand Rubles ($329), what has shown growth 1.11 times. From January1, 2012 the city social standard has been fixed at 12 thousand Rubles ($400).   


Author: Irina Fomina

Tags: Moscow     

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