Starting January 2018, minimum salary increases are expected in most countries. Here are the changes applicable at the beginning of 2018 in 6 European countries:
The minimum salary in the Czech Republic will increase from 11,000 CZK (approx. 428 EUR), to 12,200 CZK (approx. 475 EUR).
In Hungary the minimum salary increase with 10,500 HUF (approx. 33 EUR): from 127,500 HUF (approx. 407 EUR), to 138,000 HUF (approx. 440 EUR).
The minimum salary in Poland will increase from 2,000 PLN (approx. 475 EUR) to 2,100 PLN (approx. 499 EUR). A difference of 100 PLN (approx. 24 EUR).
The minimum salary in Romania will increase with 450 RON (approx. 98 EUR): from 1,450 RON (approx. 313 EUR), to 1,900 RON (approx. 411 EUR).
In Slovakia the minimum salary will increase with 45 EUR: from 435 EUR, to 480 EUR.
If at the beginning of 2017 the minimum salary doubled in Ukraine, in 2018 it will increase just with 523 UAH (approx. 17 EUR): from 3,200 UAH (approx. 97 EUR), to 3,723 UAH (approx. 114 EUR).
How do the salary increases look in percentages?
January 2018 vs December 2017
Small differences may occur due to local exchange rate used at the time the article was prepared. The percentages in the second part are based on the approximations in EUR.
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