Hungary - Wage increases for teachers are modest - March 31, 2017

A study by the research agency Policy Agenda shows that there had been a 38.7% gross wage increase in the education sector since 2010, compared to only a 22.7% increase in the preceding six years. However, net salaries showed little improvement: an increase of 33.5% was logged between 2010-2016, compared to 38% in the preceding six years. Although wages did not grow at a higher rate on average than in 2004-2010, real net increases did occur in some professions within the education sector. The table shows that while wages increased at a nominal rate among most teachers, the highest jump occurred for kindergarten teachers, who enjoyed a wage increase of 42.1 percent compared to 33.2 percent in the previous period. 

English: http://budapestbeacon.com/news-in-brief/study-shows-government-touted ... 

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