The generation born after 1989 wants to live their lives doing what they enjoy, but they do not know how to do it. Photo: Pixabay A 2017 Deloitte survey based on the views of almost 8,000 millennials, defined as people born after 1982, across 30 countries worldwide reveals that ‘mature economies’ show less optimism than
The upward trend in Czech salaries continued in 2017. The median wage increased by approximately 9% compared to the same period the previous year. Photo Credit: Pexels According the latest data released by the Czech Statistical Office on 9/3/2018, the growth in nominal average wages in 2017 was 8% compared to the previous year’s average salary.
Nearly 40% of Czech people hold a negative view of the EU (2017). Many foreign and Czech companies based in the country are concerned about the possibility of Czexit actually taking place. Photo credit: Pixabay By Anastasia Alexandridou A March survey of 150 companies commissioned by The German-Czech Chamber of Industry and Commerce (DTIHK) showed
A great career opportunity for foreigners in the Czech Republic. Title photo: Expedia at JobSpin Job Fair Powered by Prague.TV, March 3, 2018. Prepared by Anastasia Alexandridou Prague, Mar 22 (JobSpin) – On Saturday, March 17, 2018, JobSpin Job Fair Brno took place at the Faculty of Social Studies, only two weeks after JobSpin Job
By Anastasia Alexandridou Really good news for the country’s economy and for those who are seeking a job in the Czech Republic! The number of unemployed in the Czech Republic has decreased from January of 2018 (3.9%) to February and March of 2018 (3.7%). While the unemployment rate continues to drop, the Czech Republic currently
by Anastasia Alexandridou Prime Minister Andrej Babiš’s government announced a change in the composition of pensions earlier this month, according to Jan Velinger, correspondent at Radio Praha. “The Czech pension scheme has two components: a fixed sum pension and an earnings-related part. The flat-rate fixed sum part provides all entitled citizens with a basic pension.
Economic power and wealth of countries are frequently associated with their capitals. Take a look at how European countries would be doing without their beautiful capitals and discover why some researchers call Berlin “sexy, but relatively poor”. By Anastasia Alexandridou The Cologne Institute for Economic Research (IW) has published the percentages of the national per capita
JobSpin.cz Multilingual Job Fair is the right place for foreigners to find multilingual jobs in Prague! Photo: JobSpin.cz It doesn’t matter whether you are new in town, have already been living in Prague for some time, or are simply looking for a job. At JobSpin.cz Multilingual Job Fair powered by Prague.TV, you will find a
Map: Unemployment in the Czech Republic, age 15-64, Jan. 31, 2018. Source: Czech statistical office and MPSV. The number of unemployed people increased from December 2017 (3,8%) to January 2018 (3.9%), but compared with January 2017, there are 100,000 fewer unemployed people in the country. “There has been a decline in the number of seasonal
In the last quarter of 2017, the Czech Republic is among three EU states with the most rapid annual increase of labor costs. In comparison with previous year, Czechia improved its figures by 11.1%, Eurostat EU statistics, informs. Hungary and Bulgaria increased their labor costs by 13% and 11% respectively. Labor costs pushed by higher