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  • Highest and Lowest Salaries in the Czech Republic and Germany

    Highest and Lowest Salaries in the Czech Republic and Germany

    Why would anyone want a daily commute of several hours across the border to Germany? It appears there is a good economic reason for such necessity. For instance, in the Czech Republic, the lowest yearly median salary is € 5,274 while in Germany, the lowest paid workers earn about € 19,604 per year. Median salary isRead More »
  • Czech Companies Offer Unusual Job Benefits but the Meal Vouchers Beat Them All

    Czech Companies Offer Unusual Job Benefits but the Meal Vouchers Beat Them All

    What benefits are required by law? And what’s just good policy? This article will help you figure it out. Employee benefits are nothing new, but the companies have bee giving them a fresh touch in the recent years. Critics argue that it is mainly to gain more publicity while some experts explain that the job benefitsRead More »
  • Salaries in the Czech Republic by Regions, Sectors, and Jobs in 2017

    Salaries in the Czech Republic by Regions, Sectors, and Jobs in 2017

    This is a general overview of salary levels in the Czech Republic. Find here a comparison of selected jobs and wages in Prague and Brno. CZK 29.320 (EUR 1.096) – the average monthly salary in the Czech Republic reached its all time high in the last quarter of 2016 according to the latest data released byRead More »

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  • Number of Foreigners in the Czech Republic Reaches Historical Peak

    Number of Foreigners in the Czech Republic Reaches Historical Peak

    Although migration is nothing new since the crisis in 2015, movement of people across states’ borders has been brought up over and over again. The Czech Republic is no exception to alarming captions and titles about the flood of immigrants. But let’s put the fables aside and see the real figures. The Velvet Revolution andRead More »
  • Czech Startup Scene on the Rise

    Czech Startup Scene on the Rise

    There is a global trend in encouraging people to START their own business and to be eager to climb UP the ladder of success. It’s happening in New York, London, Tokyo, Tel Aviv but Prague and Brno are a new promising startup paradise. Companies such as Avast, AVG, Skypicker (now Kiwi) are now the sounding brandsRead More »
  • Risk of Poverty in the Czech Republic among the Lowest in EU

    Risk of Poverty in the Czech Republic among the Lowest in EU

    Eurostat reports that the total percentage of the population at a risk of poverty or social exclusion in the Czech Republic is 14% compared to 23,7% of EU average – only people in Iceland are at a smaller risk of poverty than the Czechs. The real situation in the country Economist Ilona Svihlikova informs that theRead More »

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