AVERAGE SALARY IN Cuba

2014/15 Average Salary: Cuba | Advanced Survey

Cuba


Poll entries 11
Average Salary ( polls, gross USD ) US$ 34,729
Average Salary ( polls, gross ) CUP 34,729
Average Salary ( polls, net ) CUP 27,538
Average Salary ( official, gross ) US$ 9,500












SALARIES GROUPED BY

Cuba
01. RECENTLY ADDED
02. SALAR. BY LEVELS
03. SALAR. BY GENDER SHOW
04. SALAR. BY EDUCATION SHOW
05. SALAR. BY EXPERIENCE SHOW
06. SALAR. BY FIELDS SHOW
07. SALAR. BY CAREERS SHOW
08. SALAR. BY WORK SHOW
09. SALAR. BY CITIES SHOW
10. COUNTRIES SHOW

01. RECENTLY ADDED SALARIES

Cuba

GROSS salary ( including bonuses, benefits, 1etc. )
CAREER POSTED EDUCATION SALARY ( US$ )
University Professor 17 Aug 2014 Masters Degree CUP 8,004 US$ 8,004 DETAILS
Oil & Gas Engineer 28 Jul 2014 Bachelors Degree CUP 46,600 US$ 46,600 DETAILS
Research Engineer 03 Jul 2014 Doctorate Degree CUP 8,418 US$ 8,418 DETAILS
Medical Sales 01 Jun 2014 Bellow H. School CUP 20,000 US$ 20,000 DETAILS
Other Automobile Career 22 Apr 2014 Masters Degree CUP 20,000 US$ 20,000 DETAILS
Registered Nurse 04 Feb 2014 Bachelors Degree CUP 20,000 US$ 20,000 DETAILS
Software Developer 03 Feb 2014 Masters Degree CUP 9,000 US$ 9,000 DETAILS
Web Developer 05 Aug 2013 High School CUP 130,000 US$ 130,000 DETAILS
Pharmacist 01 Nov 2011 Bachelors Degree CUP 20,000 US$ 20,000 DETAILS
Civil Engineer 25 Aug 2011 Bachelors Degree CUP 50,000 US$ 50,000 DETAILS
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02. SALAR. BY LEVELS

Cuba
LEVEL POLLS ( % ) SALARY ( US$ ) ( % ) EARN AT LEAST
8K 3 27.27 % CUP 8,474 US$ 8,474 100 %
25K 4 36.36 % CUP 20,000 US$ 20,000 72.73 %
45K 1 9.09 % CUP 46,600 US$ 46,600 36.36 %
55K 2 18.18 % CUP 50,000 US$ 50,000 27.27 %
135K 1 9.09 % CUP 130,000 US$ 130,000 9.09 %

SUMMARY

Cuba

The economy in Cuba is dominated by the state run enterprises. Most of the production are owned and run by the government. The majority of workers are employed by the state. In the recent years self employment and cooperatives has been encouraged by the Communist Party. Currently ratio between public and private sector is about 24% (private) and 76% (public). In year 1981 this ratio was 8% (private) and 92% (public).

Cubans receive free health care, food subsidies, free education, low housing and transportation costs. Cuba has succeeded in reducing poverty and equalizing the distribution of wealth. Income ratio between richest 10% and poorest 10% is only 4/1. In other Latin America this ratio is 45/1.

The major export partners with Cuba are China 27.5%, Canada 26.9%, Netherlands 11.1%, Spain 4.7%. The main exports are sugar, nickel, fishes, coffee, citrus, medical products, and tobacco.

Cuba Havana, Cuba












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