Poland -Average wage increase of 2.7% in 12 months -December 16, 2014

The average wage broke the barrier of PLN 4,000 (950 euro) per month for the first time ever in November after rising 0.6% on the previous month to PLN 4,004.80.

The average wage in November increased at an annual pace of 2.7%, according to figures that were revealed by the Central Statistical Office (GUS). Wage growth fell short of analyst expectations of a roughly flat pace of expansion from previous month’s 3.8%. The average wage broke the barrier of PLN 4,000 (950 euro) per month for the first time ever in November after rising 0.6% on the previous month to PLN 4,004.80.

English: http://www.thenews.pl/1/12/Artykul/190788,Polands-average-wage-up ...   

http://stat.gov.pl/en/topics/other-studies/informations-on-socio-economic-situation ...  


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