Muscat: The total insured Omanis in the private sector at the end of last November reached 274,894 Omanis an increase of 0.2%, compared to 274,449 Omanis at the end of October 2023.
Statistics from the National Center for Statistics and Information (NCSI) indicate that insured Omanis in the private sector declined by 4.0% last November 2023 compared to November of 2022.
The number of insured Omanis who received RO 2,500 or more reached 15,209 Omanis at the end of last November, compared to 13,923 Omanis at the end of 2022.
While the total number of Omanis whose salaries ranged from 2,000 to less than 2,500 Omani riyals reached 7,425 Omanis at the end of last November, compared to 6,942 Omanis at the end of Year 2022.
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