Chukotka and Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Okrugs topped the salary ranking compiled by "RIA News" based on open data. Outsiders in the ranking were Kalmykia and Ingushetia.
The Chukotka Autonomous Okrug has been ranked first in the salary ranking since 2019. This year, 58.7% of workers in the region earn more than 100 thousand rubles. In second place is the Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Okrug. In this subject, 52.7% of employees earn more than 100 thousand rubles. In the Magadan region this figure is 47.6%.
In fourth and fifth places are the Nenets Autonomous Okrug and Moscow: in these regions the salary is more than 100 thousand rubles. receive 42.5% and 39.3% of workers. More than 30% of employees earn a salary above 100 thousand rubles. received in the Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrug, Sakhalin Region, Yakutia and Kamchatka Territory.
For the period from September 2022 to August 2023, on average in Russia, 14.7% of citizens could boast of a salary exceeding 100 thousand rubles. per month. In the 2022 study, about 10% received such a salary, in 2020 - 7.9%. Salaries above the Russian average are received in 18 regions. At the same time, in 28 regions the number of employees with a salary of 100 thousand rubles. does not exceed 5%.
However, even the leaders of the ranking have a big difference in salary level: the last in the top ten Murmansk region is 2.1 times inferior to the leader Chukotka Autonomous Okrug, and Buryatia, with 30th place in the ranking, is more than six times inferior to the leader in the share of workers with a salary above 100 rubles. per month.
According to Rosstat, the nominal average monthly salary from September 2022 to August 2023 was 60 thousand rubles. per month (with personal income tax payment). This is 13.7% more than in the previous 12 months.
The share of highly paid workers has increased most noticeably in the northern regions. In the Magadan region the increase was 14%, in Yakutia - 10.7%, Khanty-Mansiysk Autonomous Okrug - 9.8%.
In 43 regions, the share of workers with a salary of 100 thousand rubles. is less than 6.5%. This suggests that in most regions the salary is 100 thousand rubles. is relatively rare. In nine regions, less than 3% can boast of a salary above 100 thousand rubles, and in 19 regions this figure is at the level of 3-5%.
The minimum share of highly paid workers in Kalmykia is 1.8%, Ingushetia (2.08%), Kabardino-Balkaria (2.12%), Dagestan (2.3%) and Chechnya (2.3%), North Ossetia (2 .4%), Mordovia (2.7%), Ivanovo (2.9%) and Oryol regions (3.1%).
In 17 regions of the country, the share of workers with salaries is less than 20 thousand rubles. exceeds 20%. A high proportion of low-paid workers in Chechnya (35.6%), Ingushetia (34.1%), Dagestan (32.2%), Karachay-Cherkess Republic (30.8%), Kabardino-Balkaria (29%) and Northern Ossetia (28.8%).
This month, the head of the Central Bank Elvira Nabiullina spokethat there are almost no workers left in the Russian economy. According to the Central Bank, since the beginning of 2023, the industry has recorded the lowest level of personnel in the last 25 years.