Average salary in Ukraine in May amounted to over UAH 9,500 – Pension Fund.

The Pension Fund of Ukraine has approved the average wage for May 2020 in the amount of 9,546 hryvnias and 32 kopecks.

"The indicator of the average salary for May 2020 that, in accordance with the law of Ukraine on compulsory state pension insurance, is taken into account for calculating pensions, has been approved in the amount of 9,546 hryvnias and 32 kopecks," the Fund’s press service wrote on Facebook.

As reported, the average salary in April was 9,325 hryvnias and 93 kopecks.

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