Minimum wage up in Ukraine from Jan 1

Now it amounts to UAH 6,000 (US$212) per month and will be increased to UAH 6,500 (US$230) from December 1, 2021.Minimum wage up in Ukraine from January 1 / Photo from UNIANMinimum wage up in Ukraine from January 1 / Photo from UNIAN

The minimum wage in Ukraine from January 1, 2021, increased by UAH 1,000 (US$35).

Now it amounts to UAH 6,000 (US$212) per month and will be increased to UAH 6,500 (US$230) from December 1, 2021.

These figures are laid down in the state budget for 2021.

According to the state budget, in 2021 the subsistence minimum per month will be UAH 2,189 (US$77) from January 1, 2021;

UAH 2,294 (US$81) from July 1;

UAH 2,393 (US$85) from December 1.

For children under 6 years of age:

UAH 1,921 (US$68) from January 1, 2021;

UAH 2,013 (US$71) from July 1;

UAH 2,100 (US$74) from December 1.

Children aged 6 to 18 years:

UAH 2,395 (US$85) from January 1, 2021;

UAH 2,510 (US$89) from July 1;

UAH 2,618 (US$93) from December 1.

Able-bodied persons:

UAH 2,270 (US$80) from January 1, 2021;

UAH 2,379 (US$84) from July 1;

UAH 2,481 (US$88) from December 1.

Persons with disability:

UAH 1,769 (US$63) from January 1, 2021;

UAH 1,854 (US$66) from July 1;

UAH 1,934 (US$68) from December 1.

(C)UNIAN 2020

One comment

  • 12 april 2020
    In accordance with Presidential Executive Order dated 7th April 2020 within the period from April to June monthly benefit amounting to RUB 5,000 for each child aged up to 3 is assigned to the Russian families entitled to the maternity capital ( or those having been entitled earlier) .

    This means that the minimum wage will be 20% higher in Ukraine than in The Russia, and the child benefits about the same..
    5000 rubles is around 67 dollars.

    Its this worth a whole war?

    Liked by 4 people

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