Czech wages remain stagnant despite gains for top earners - survey 

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Although hundreds of thousands of workers and craftsmen are missing in the Czech production companies, the growth of starting wages has not been seen this year, reported the Prague Business Journal citing a survey.

Workers in professional positions in particular improved, most often by one percent, according to a survey of Grafton Recruitment's staffing agency.

The data presented are based mainly on the starting salaries of candidates for whom Grafton mediated employment, as well as on the companies' demands for finding employees.

For a salary of CZK 100,000 (appr. EUR 3,944) and more thousand gross per month, employees will reach less than a fifth of their positions.

The highest recorded wage in production is the director of the production plant, which will cost up to CZK 200,000 (EUR 7,890) in Prague, Liberec and Hradec Králové.

On the other hand, a production worker earns the least, whose starting salary in the Moravian-Silesian Region and the Ústí nad Labem Regi on can start at CZK 20,000 (EUR 789).

Although Prague pays for the region with the highest wages in most fields, it is not so clear in production. The highest wage will be reached by a production worker in Prague, where he will receive up to CZK 35,000 a month.

The survey recorded the lowest wages in the Moravian-Silesian Region. Companies are most interested in qualified and unqualified candidates for production and design teams.

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