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Average salaries rise in Poland

12.02.2020 08:10
The average salary in Poland in the final quarter of last year rose 6.9 percent compared to the same period of 2018, the country’s Central Statistical Office said on Tuesday.
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The average Pole earned PLN 5,198.58 (USD 1,331, EUR 1,220) a month, according to the statistics office.

The average monthly salary in the European Union is nearly EUR 3,000, public broadcaster Polish Radio’s IAR news agency reported at the end of last year.

According to a study released in December, it will take Poles 50 years to catch up with the EU average in terms of wages if pay in the bloc grows at current rates.

But the survey by advisory firm Grant Thornton said salaries in Poland have been increasing at a faster rate than in many other European Union countries.


Source: PAP