Estonia - Teachers’ pay increases twice in 2017 - January 01, 2017

Teachers’ salaries are set to rise twice in 2017, once in January, when teachers’ minimum salaries will be raised to 1,000 euro and the average to 1,200 euro, and again in September, when the new minimum of 1,050 euro and the new average of 1,260 euro enter into effect. The salary increase is planned for teachers at general educational schools as well as for those working at vocational schools. The double increase makes it possible to raise teachers’ pay by some 10%. The current minimum salary for teachers is 958 euro.

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