Lithuania - Wages on the rise - April 30, 2018

A survey carried out by the Central bank of Lithuania shows that 1 in 2 firms intend to raise salaries for their workers in 2018. The bank predicts that the average monthly salary will grow by 6.7% this year and by further 6% in 2019. According to the prime minister the average monthly salary may reach the 1,000-euro mark in 2019. In the fourth quarter of 2017 this was 884.8 euro a month.

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