=Sidliste_Chodov]**** off. YOU learn to read.
Thanks. I put this quote in Typical Abuse Phrases! :):):) Have you got anything else? :):):):)
=Sidliste_Chodov]He didn't say whether it was netto or brutto.
It was obvious for intelligent people. Read below, Mr Expert:
=Sidliste_Chodov]What's that got to do with it? I know what the average salary in Hong Kong is, but I don't live there.
If you know what an average salary in Poland is, i.e., 3500 brutto, 2600 netto,
was it so difficult for you to conclude that Warsavian salaries are higher after reading Bullfrog`s post with such calculations?:
=bullfrog]it would very rare to find a job paying the minimum wage in Warsaw, most jobs would pay at least 2,500 PLN per month.. In fact, the average salary in Warsaw is 50-60% higher than the national average..
It means that while in other regions of Poland the median 2600 netto often goes down to 1500, in Warsaw the 2600 is a minimum offered to employees, and the average is much higher.
Actually, the median salary in Warsaw is 5200 PLN.
=Sidliste_Chodov]The last time I read up about it, Katowice had less unemployment and a slightly higher average salary. Clearly that has changed. No big deal.
When? 100 years ago? :):):):) When Katowice was German and Warsaw Russian? :):
It could be true, indeed. :):
That is why I will repeat: stop pretending an expert on Warsaw earnings. :)