Average base pay rises 3,3% in the civil service to 1.533 euros in April

According to data from the Directorate-General for Administration and Public Employment (DGAEP), “in April 2020, the value of the average monthly base salary for full-time workers in the general government sector was around 1.532,7 euros ”.

The average monthly basic remuneration of civil servants increased 3,3% in April compared to the same period of the year, to 1.532,7 gross euros, according to the statistical summary of public employment released today by DGAEP.

According to data from the Directorate-General for Administration and Public Employment (DGAEP), “in April 2020, the value of the average monthly base salary for full-time workers in the general government sector was around 1.532,7 euros ”.

This value corresponds to a year-on-year increase of 3,3% and is mainly due to the update of the remuneration base to 645,07 euros and to the “value of the basic monthly remunerations in the Public Administration” as well as to the increase in the national minimum wage to 635 euros and the thawing of careers, explains DGAEP.

Compared with the reference month of the previous quarter (January 2020), the average global increase was 1%.

DGAEP points out that in the scientific research career there was a 3,3% reduction in the average base salary “as a result of the movements of entry and exit of workers with different remuneration levels (entry of new workers in remuneration levels at the base of the career) ) ”.

Regarding the average monthly gain (including supplements, overtime and premiums), the annual increase in April was 2,9%, to 1.782,80 euros, which means that compared to the previous quarter (January) there was a growth of 0,8%.

"These variations are mainly due to the increase in the average monthly base remuneration and the global decrease in the importance of the remaining components of the gain, such as premiums and subsidies or regular supplements, and payments for overtime or overtime," says DGAEP.

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