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According to data from the MojaPlaća service, in the second quarter of 2022 average monthly net salary (including salary supplements) in Croatia it was HRK 7,413which is 4% more than in the same quarter of the previous year, and 1% more than in the previous quarter.

Median salaries is slightly lower and amounts to 6.867 there (2% more than in the last quarter and 6% more than in the same period of the previous year) which means that there are more respondents who receive a salary lower than the stated average than those respondents whose salary is higher than it.

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In addition to managerial occupations, where the wages are on average 129% more than average, highest paid occupations are from the area technology and development (98% more than average), information technologies (+37%) and telecommunications (+21%).

Minimum average wages have textile workers (-35%), workers in auxiliary occupations (-36%) and service occupations (-27%).

Large private foreign-owned companies pay the best

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Salaries in private companies are foreign-owned 10% more than average and amount to HRK 8,155. Salaries in predominantly domestically owned companies are 6% lower than the average (6,931 kuna). Average salaries in state-owned companies are slightly lower than average (-8%) and amount to HRK 6,833. Salaries in public and local self-government are 11% lower than the average and amount to HRK 6,585.

In companies with less than 10 employees, the average salary is 13% lower than the average and amounts to HRK 6,443. In companies with up to 19 employees, the salary is 8% lower than the average (HRK 6,854). The highest average salary is in companies with more than 1,000 employees and amounts to HRK 7,921, which is 7% more than the average.

The salary is still the highest in the City of Zagreb

The lowest salaries were recorded in Virovitica-Podravska County (-23%), Vukovar-Srijem County (-18%) and Brod-Posavina County (-17%).

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The highest average salary was recorded in the City of Zagreb (12% above average) and amounts to HRK 8,304 (median HRK 7,500).

Education and experience bring a higher salary

As expected, respondents with more experience and a higher level of education also have higher salaries, so those with a postgraduate degree or a business school (MBA) have on average a 74% higher salary than the average. The fact that studying is worth it is also shown by the data that people with a university degree have an average salary of 18% higher than the average (HRK 8,721) and even 39% higher than those with a secondary education, who have an average of HRK 6,288.

Workers without much experience, who are at the beginning of their career, have a salary of HRK 6,025, or 19% less than the average, while those with one to two years of experience have HRK 6,619, or 11% lower than the average. We enter the average with three to five years of experience, and already with six to ten years of work experience, we receive a salary that is 11% higher than the average (8,248 kuna). Those with more than 10 years of experience earn HRK 8,326 per month (12% above average).

Wages grew the most for employees in state-owned companies

Observing the period from January to Junethe average monthly net salary in Croatia was 7.359 therewhich is 4% more than in the same period last year.

*The median salary was HRK 6,800, which is 6% more than last year.

We checked the salary trends by industry, i.e. the categories in which the most advertisements for vacancies were published.

Wages grew the most for those employed in technology and development (14%) and in the automotive industry (11%). Workers in tourism also experienced a more significant wage increase, whose monthly incomes increased by 10% in the first half of the year compared to the same period in 2021.

In sales, our largest category, wages grew 4%, which is in line with the average.

It is interesting that salaries in IT grew by only 5%, but it should be borne in mind that the salaries of workers in that branch are generally well above the average and are around HRK 10,000.

Compared to last year, salaries of employees in state-owned companies increased by 6%, in private domestic companies they are higher by 4%, and in foreign companies they grew by 3%.

Salaries increased the most for employees in the lower positions of NKV, PKV, KV (they grew from 7% to 10%), office employees grew by 5%, and management by 3%.



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