CUBA / SALARY
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Average Salary / Cuba
Average salary in Cuba is 266,086 CUP per year. The most typical earning is 53,000 CUP. All data are based on 15 salary surveys. Salaries are different between men and women. Men receive an average salary of 280,900 CUP. Women receive a salary of 58,300 CUP.
The most paid careers are Logistics, Road, Railway with average income 1,590,000 CUP and Management & Business with income 479,650 CUP.
Based on education, the highest salaries receive people with Masters Degree with salary of 855,950 CUP. The second most paid education level is Bellow H. School with salary of 159,000 CUP.
Different experiences affect earning as well. People with 8-12 Years of experience receive salary of 874,500 CUP. Employees with 1-2 Years of experience receive 344,500 CUP.
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People's individual salary examples (surveys)
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Posted 13 August 2019
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Sr Cost Estimator
Posted 22 January 2019
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Director Of Finance
Posted 26 March 2018
Especialista B En Telematica
Posted 30 August 2017
ECONOMY / 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.
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