Living Wage Individual in Belarus increased to 265 BYN/Month in 2018 from 255 BYN/Month in 2017. source: WageIndicator Foundation

Living Wage Individual in Belarus averaged 260 BYN/Month from 2017 until 2018, reaching an all time high of 265 BYN/Month in 2018 and a record low of 255 BYN/Month in 2017. Belarus Living Wage Individual - values, historical data and charts - was last updated on November of 2020.

Living Wage Individual in Belarus is expected to reach 301.31 BYN/Month by the end of 2020, according to Trading Economics global macro models and analysts expectations. In the long-term, the Belarus Living Wage Individual is projected to trend around 341.59 BYN/Month in 2021 and 387.16 BYN/Month in 2022, according to our econometric models.

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Belarus Living Wage Individual

Actual Previous Highest Lowest Dates Unit Frequency
265.00 255.00 265.00 255.00 2017 - 2018 BYN/Month yearly

Belarus Labour Last Previous Highest Lowest Unit
Unemployment Rate 0.20 0.20 4.00 0.20 percent [+]
Unemployed Persons 10.20 11.00 146.10 10.20 Thousand [+]
Employed Persons 4313.50 4317.00 4690.40 4296.70 Thousand [+]
Wages 1264.50 1276.40 1287.50 0.00 BYN/Month [+]
Wage Growth 14.10 14.20 115.90 5.72 percent [+]
Minimum Wages 330.00 305.00 330.00 0.20 BYN/Month [+]
Population 9.48 9.49 10.24 8.20 Million [+]
Retirement Age Women 56.00 55.50 56.00 55.00 [+]
Retirement Age Men 61.00 60.50 61.00 60.00 [+]


Belarus Living Wage Individual
WageIndicator Living Wage computations are based on the cost of living for a predefined food basket derived from the FAO database distinguishing 50 food groups with national food consumption patterns in per capita units, for housing and for transportation, with a margin for unexpected expenses. The data about prices of these items is collected through an online survey.