Eurostat provided data for the List of Average Salary in the European Union for 2015 and the Czech Republic, which ranks at the 20th position, has registered one of the major growth in the whole Europe compared to 2014 (8.36%).

Czech annual wage has increased by 3% in the last years, due to the favorable change CZK/Euro are more favorable and stable. In 2016, the Czech minimum wage has risen from 328 to 360 euros.

 

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Czech workforce is – compared to other European countries – skilled, multilingual and well-educated.

Wages are different throughout the country regions: in Prague, salaries are 30% higher than the rest of the country. The lowest rate is found in Carlsbad region.

All the data must be related to the cost of life in the various regions.