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Who are the Highest Paid Public Sector Workers in Croatia?

CroatiaThe highest paid public sector worker in Croatia is a doctor in the capital Zagreb who has a gross salary of 67,000 kuna (8,800 euros) a month, revealed the country’s central payroll…

Doctors dominate the list, with 86 of them among the top 100 paid public sector workers in Croatia. Whilst doctors were hands down the top paid public sector profession, many say that the salary is pumped up as many are forced into working a lot of hours due to a lack of staff. The list also featured 5 judges, with the highest getting paid up to 40,000 kuna (5,240 euros) gross a month. There were also two employees of an agency that is responsible for the use of official aircrafts on the list, whatever that may entail.

Politicians and parliament figures were low down on the list, with the president of parliament in 45th spot, and the Prime Minister 94th.

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