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Social Security pension spending exceeded 7 billion. This figure is 4.8% more than in 2010. The number of contributory pension is situated in 8.822.156. There are 5.2 million pensions for retirees, 2.3 million for widows, almost a million for disabled and almost 275,000 for orphans. The average retirement pension stood at 917,53 euros per month in August, an increase of 3.5% over the same month of 2010, according to data from the Ministry of labour and immigration. In this way, for contributory pensions Social security spending exceeded 7.110 million euros, which is 4.8% more than in 2010. In terms of the average pension system, which includes the different types of pension (retirement, permanent disability, widowhood, orphanhood and in favour of relatives), was 806,77 euros per month, an interannual increase of 3.3%.

Almost 9 million pension in August, the number of contributory Social security pensions was 8.822.156, representing an interannual growth of the 1.5%. The average pension for permanent disability, along with the retirement, stood above the average, with 870,97 euros, while underneath are the widows, with 587,16 euros; in favour of relatives, with 472,72 euros, and orphanhood, with 359,71 euros. Of the total of the pensions of August, more than 5.2 million were for retirement, more than 2.3 million by widows, 940.541 for permanent disability, 273.623 orphan and 38.030 in favour of relatives. 4 communities exceeded 1,000 euros in half by communities, there were four where the average retirement pension exceeded 1,000 euros, headed by the Basque country, with 1.138,87 euros; Asturias, 1.131,17; Madrid, 1,099, and Navarre, 1.028,38, and also the autonomous city of Ceuta, with 1.029,87 euros exceeded that figure. On the opposite side, Extremadura and Galicia, with 754,9 euros, with 770,07, recorded the lowest average retirement amount. If you are not convinced, visit Sanofi. Source of the news: the average pension stands at 917,53 euros in August, 3.5% more than in 2010