Text by Basak Yirmibesoglu, edited for Jobspin According to the latest Eurostat statistical data, a significant proportion of non-EU citizens working in the European Union are overqualified for their jobs, at a much higher rate than EU citizens. In Czechia, 10% of workers from other EU countries are overqualified, compared to 35% of non-EU workers.
Are you looking for work in information and communication technologies? Demand for digital skills in the Czech market is unprecedented and global-minded employers are ready to hire! Photo: Freepik. With an affordable standard of living and convenient location in central Europe, it is no surprise that thousands of people are exploring new career options in
Under new regulations from the Ministry of Health, EU citizens can now enter the Czech Republic, including for tourism, but there is still a ban on entry for foreign nationals, except those from green countries. From July 9th, those arriving from green countries are required to fill in the passenger locator form and undergo a
In 2020, several regions in the Czech Republic were among those with the highest employment rates in Europe for non-EU citizens, indicating high levels of integration into the workforce. Across the continent, the employment rate was lower for non-EU citizens than EU citizens living in their home countries or in other EU member states. Photo
On Monday the government expanded mandatory testing to small companies, self-employed people and non-profit organisations and agreed on extra remuneration for healthcare workers. The government will also seek approval from the Chamber of Deputies for an extension of the state of emergency. Photo Credit: Freepik. Written by Nataliia Sliusarenko, edited for Jobspin. Czech Rep., Mar
The Czech Republic was ranked 18th in the 2021 World Happiness Report, one position higher than in 2020. The country’s ranking has significantly improved since 2016, when it was ranked 27th. Overall European countries are leading the ranking, with nine of the top 10 positions. Photo Credit: Freepik. Written by Melis Karabulut, edited for Jobspin.
Three exciting days full of job opportunities can be anticipated at the Jobspin Virtual Job Fair Czech Republic 2021 on May 11-13th. The second edition of the successful Czech career fair with a specific focus on language & tech jobs will offer the chance to discover and apply for job positions with internationally-minded employers in
ManpowerGroup reports the results of a recent survey suggesting that Czech employers are planning to boost recruitment in the second half of 2021. There is a strong demand for employees in the construction, manufacturing, and finance sectors, while the accommodation and catering sectors are not expecting a significant increase in hiring. Photo Credit: Freepik. Written
Despite the economic situation, average wages are continuing to rise in the Czech Republic. According to the Czech Statistical Office, the average gross wage in the country is now CZK 38,525, a year-on-year increase of 6.5%. The median wage has increased by 5.4% to CZK 32,870, with an even bigger increase in the median wage
The upper parliamentary chamber approved a proposal to pay CZK 370 a day to those who are ordered to quarantine this week. The contribution is will motivate people to stay in quarantine after coming into contact with those infected with COVID-19. The new contribution will be paid for the first 14 calendar days of the