Madrileños not only perceive the highest salaries of all of Spain, an average of 2,350 euros per month, but also are those who have seen their salaries grow more in the last 15 years, specifically at 620 euros against 330 euros of Average climb recorded in that period in Cantabria.
The Salary Statistics published this week by the INE highlights that while salaries have grown 29.63% as average in the whole country in those 15 years - among 2006 and 2020, which is included since before the financial crisis Until the first year of Coronavirus -, the rises between the different communities have recorded differences of almost 17 percentage points.
In the Community of Madrid they earn an average of 619.98 euros more than a month ago, in Asturias 583.13 euros, in the Valencian Community 499.21 and in Catalonia 481.40 euros, in all four cases by Above the national average, located at 466 euros of increase.
To a lesser extent they have uploaded salaries in Galicia (448.24 euros), Murcia (440,33), Castilla-La Mancha (433,64), Navarra (424,73), Extremadura (418,02) and La Rioja ( 406.53), and even less in the Balearic (396.83 euros), Andalusia (393.32), Castilla y León (390,80), Basque Country (381,88), Canary Islands (362.28), Aragon ( 3440,67) and Cantabria (329.21 euros).
As a percentage, Asturias (36.95%) and then Madrid (35.83%), followed by the Valencian Community (35.12%), Murcia (31.38%), Extremadura (31.14%) , Galicia (30.01%) and Castilla-La Mancha (29.73%), all of them above the national average (29.63%).
The circumstance is given that, apart from the cases of Asturias and Madrid, "all the latter has the highest average salaries in Spain - the rest of these communities have salaries below average, which would imply that the. Registered increases point to a certain correction towards balance.
Below the average, salaries in Catalonia have increased (28.71%), Baleares (27.41%), Andalusia (27.24%), La Rioja (26.39%), Canary Islands (25.63%) , Castilla y León (25.06%), Navarra (23.80%) and, closing the list, Aragon (20.88%), Cantabria (20.43%) and Basque Country (20.13%).
As for autonomous cities, Melilla is the Spanish territory where salaries have more increased in those 15 years, 50.07%, equivalent to 888.36 euros, and Ceuta the least, only 17.16%, 330.58 euros.
The rise in salaries in these fifteen years, traversed by the 2008 crisis and the long subsequent recovery, has not been homogeneous throughout the period, but, if it is divided into five-year, most of the total increase occurred between 2006 and 2010, when the remuneration in the whole country grew by 16.93%, while in the next five years it improved only 2.82% and in the last five increased by 8.55.
During the first period (2006-2010), the highest increases occurred in Madrid (21.34%), Extremadura (21.15%) and Castilla-La Mancha (20.44%) and minors in Basque Country (10 , 58%), Catalonia (13.81%) and Castilla y León (13.95%).
In the Intermediate Quinquennium (2011-2015), salaries rose in nine communities, especially in Madrid (10.33%) and Basque Country (6.41%), but went down in eight, more pronounced in Canarias (3 , 31%) and the Valencian Community (2.01%).
In the last five years of the period analyzed (2016-2020), the average remuneration has increased more in Murcia (13.24%), the Valencian Community (10.64%), Catalonia (10.56%) and Asturias (10 , 43%), and less in Cantabria (1.60%) and Basque Country (1.95%).Date Of Update: 09 December 2021, 04:32