Minimum wage up to MKD 22,500 in March


Macedonian Economy Minister Kreshnik Bekteshi announced that the national minimum wage in March will be MKD 22,500 [EUR 365].
“As of March 2024, the lowest salary in the country will be MKD 22,500. More than double the minimum wage in 2017,” Bekteshi said in a Facebook post Monday.
The minimum wage currently stands at MKD 20,175 [EUR 327].
In March 2022, the Minimum Wage Law was amended to include a new methodology pegging the minimum wage to 57 percent of the average incomand reflecting 50 percent of the increase in living costs and 50 percent of the wage growth over the past year.

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