Polish salaries may be equal to EU average in 59 years

The average Polish salary has been steadily increasing in recent years, reducing a gap with richer EU countries, Grant Thornton reported. However, it should take 59 more years for Polish earnings to be equal to the EU average, the company estimated.

GUS: Average salary in Polish cities – PLN 4,290

An average salary in Polish cities with over 100k inhabitants stood at PLN 4,290.52 gross in 2016, according to data published by the Central Statistical Office GUS. The highest average salary was in Jastrzębie-Zdrój, PLN 6,000.132, while the lowest was in Piotrków Trybunalski at PLN 3,000.229. In W...

Locked content  Salary in June up by 6%

The average gross salary in June was PLN 4,508.1, which represents a year-on-year rise of 6.0 percent, the Central Statistical Office (GUS) informed on Tuesday. In monthly terms earnings grew 2.7 percent. Employment increased by 4.3 percent in June y/y. On a m/m basis, employment was up 0.2 percent&...

Locked content Average pay in December increases 7.1% m/m

The average salary in companies employing at least 10 people stood at PLN 4,635.77 before tax in December 2016, over PLN 300 (7.1 percent) more than in November of last year, according to statistics office GUS. The average pay increased by 2.7 percent year-on-year. Market consensus put the figure ev...

Locked content Corporate employment up 3.1% y/y in December, wages increased by 3.7%

In a survey of 14 analysts they concluded that employment growth increased by 2.9-4.2 percent y/y, while the average rise in the corporate sector was 3.1 percent y/y in December. According to the analysts, wages in the corporate sector in December increased by 2.9-4.3 percent y/y, with an average of...

Locked content Average salary up by 3.3% in III

Average monthly gross salaries in the Polish business sector amounted to PLN 4,351.45 in March, which translates to a 3.3 percent increase on a yearly basis, the Central Statistical Office (GUS) announced. According to GUS, salaries grew in the majority of sectors, mostly in the professional, scient...