July 27, 2021

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Salaries and employment for the month of June.  Wage increase at the top for 13 years

Salaries and employment for the month of June. Wage increase at the top for 13 years

It is getting more and more difficult for companies to find employees and struggle for them with salaries – these conclusions can be drawn from the data of the Central Statistical Office. At companies, wages rose 9.8 percent in June. On an annual basis, employment increased by 2.8 percent. One of the reasons may be the problems of returning economic migrants from Ukraine.

  • Wages are rising faster than economists expect
  • In June it was higher in companies by 9.8 percent. On an annual basis, employment increased by 2.8 percent.
  • The reasons for the increases may be the difficulties experienced by employees from Ukraine in connection with the epidemic and problems related to the completion of employees by companies
  • Wage growth is higher than inflation and is likely to translate into consumption. In such a situation, the price dynamics may accelerate and the monetary policy board may raise interest rates
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“In June 2021, the average employment in the business sector was 2.8% higher YoY and amounted to 6,359.3 thousand, while the average monthly salary was 9.8% higher YoY and It amounted to PLN 5802.42 (total) ”- the Central Bureau of Statistics announced in a press release.

Photo: Jacek Frączyk / Business Insider Polska

This means that wages are rising faster than economists expected. Their average forecast was just 9.3 percent. On an annual basis, employment growth forecasts hovered around 2.7 percent. xy.

Mean total PLN 5802.42 for employment contract I pay 4179 PLN net. The employer must pay this wage with his contributions PLN 6,991.00 PLN. The difference between the employer’s cost and the net salary is PLN 2,811 – this is the burden of taxes and social security on the average wage. That’s as much as 40.2 percent. What the employer pays.

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