Which Age Group Commands the Highest Salaries in Romania?

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Young employees (age groups 35-39 and 30-34) command the highest entry-level salaries, with 5,551 lei and 5,535 lei gross, respectively. Men in the 35-39 age group earned the highest gross income at 7,231 lei, according to a study by the National Institute of Statistics published on Wednesday.

Approximately 40% of employees earned gross incomes in the range of 3,001-6,000 lei. Male employees in the 35-39 age group had the highest gross incomes at 7,231 lei. One-fourth of employees earned gross incomes below 3,001 lei (27.7% for male employees and 22.0% for female employees), according to Statistics.

About one-third of both male and female employees earned gross incomes exceeding 6,000 lei. Women’s incomes were around 300 lei lower than men’s.

Distribution by economic activities shows that most employees worked in manufacturing (20.7%) and commerce (16.6%). Men had significant shares in construction (14.6% of male employees) and transportation and storage (10.9% of male employees).

Over three-quarters of employees in health and social assistance and education were women. The highest basic gross salaries and gross incomes were in information and communication activities (11,172 lei basic gross salary and 12,956 lei gross income).

On the contrary, the lowest basic salaries and gross incomes were in the hotel and restaurant sector (3,248 lei basic gross salary and 3,650 lei gross income).

In the extractive industry and the production and supply of electricity and heat, gas, hot water, and air conditioning, gross income exceeded the basic salary by over 60%.

The smallest increases over the basic gross salary were recorded in hotels and restaurants (+12.4%) and other service activities (+13.6%).

Male employees in the 35-39 age group earned the highest gross incomes at 7,231 lei.

Employees in the 15-19 age group were employed with basic gross salaries and earned gross incomes about 45% lower than those in the 35-39 age group.

Employees aged over 45 were employed and earned slightly below the average values of the two indicators. Employees in the 50-54 age group earned gross incomes over 30% higher than the basic salaries with which they were employed.

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