Czech Republic -Wages stagnate after five years in one job -July 18, 2013

Research by Platy.cz, an online service to compare wages, shows that workers’ wages grow in the first five years they hold a position, to stagnate for the next four and even drop after that. The results are influenced by the fact that many people are promoted to a higher position within five years, making a long stay in a single position a sign of lack of career advancement. The researchers report there are big differences between educational groups; workers without a secondary education degree see their wages rising for up to ten years, but earn considerable lower wages on average.

English: http://praguemonitor.com/2013/07/18/wages-%C4%8Dr-stop-growing-after-five ...  

 

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