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The salary of Sakhalin residents in 2017 will exceed 70 thousand rubles

The Sakhalin Duma at the meeting of November 20 approved the forecast of socio-economic development of the region developed by the regional government for 2015 year and for the planning period of 2016 and 2017. According to the document, the level of wages in the Sakhalin region in 2017 will be 70,3 thousand rubles, reports IA SakhalinMedia.

The average per capita monetary income of the population of the Sakhalin region in 2014 is estimated at 44,4 thousand rubles and will increase to the level of 2013 year by 11,3%. The value of this indicator in 2017 will be 52,9 thousand rubles (the growth to 2013 will be 32,5%). Such data are given in the forecast of socio-economic development approved by the regional Duma for the next three years.

Money incomes of the population in real terms in 2014 year are estimated at the level of 100% (in 2013 year - 112,6%). In subsequent years, their consistent growth is projected.

In 2014, taking into account the payroll of key personnel to the target level set by the May decrees of the Russian president, it will amount to 54,3 thousand rubles. In the forecast period, the wage level in the region will be: in 2015 year - 59,2 thousand rubles, in 2016 year - 64,9 thousand rubles, 70,3 thousand rubles.

The size of the pension (in the average annual calculation) in 2014 will reach 14,1 thousand rubles a month with the subsistence minimum of the pensioner - 10,8 thousand rubles. For 2014-2017 years, the average pension in real terms will increase by 9,6%.

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