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Average wage in Poland (towns / cities)


polish girl 12 4 | 31
9 Aug 2012  #1
what is normal wage in small cities in poland?
wednesday 1 | 9
9 Aug 2012  #2
Hi it's around 1,200 - 1,500 PLZ a month
hudsonhicks 21 | 346
9 Aug 2012  #3
Now i know why they're comming over here..

A single jobless mummy can get that amount per week in the UK for doing **** all
terri 1 | 1,620
9 Aug 2012  #4
Great! Isn't it....
hudsonhicks 21 | 346
9 Aug 2012  #5
I wasn't joking about the single mothers terri.

There is a frighting amount of Polish and other EU Single Mummies in this country.

Having babies are like their national past time in this

You would think being a foreigner in a foreign land, with the sole purpose to earn some money would have babies very low down on their priority list.

The opposite is true, they absolutely LOVE having babies here and the reason becomes evident.
rozumiemnic 8 | 3,671
9 Aug 2012  #6
ffs hudsonhicks give it a rest,
funny that the Polish women I have met here have been workers....
Grzegorz_ 51 | 6,163
10 Aug 2012  #7
More like 1800-2400.
pantsless 1 | 267
10 Aug 2012  #8
In small cities? Umm, no.

Wednesday is correct, 1200-1500zl net per month as a "normal" salary.
Ranjitrai - | 8
19 Dec 2013  #9
Merged: average wage in poland

hello all what is the average wage in Poland actual average not what government statics say the job is for labour manual worker say in pozan, krackow, warsaw does it vary from city to city 9am-5pm Monday to Friday.

thank you
Harry
19 Dec 2013  #10
all what is the average wage in Poland actual average not what government statics say the job is for labour manual worker say in pozan, krackow, warsaw

I'm not sure I understand the question.
Are you asking for yourself?
Ranjitrai - | 8
19 Dec 2013  #11
no we are looking to set up factory here so I am asking about polish people
Harry
19 Dec 2013  #12
Labour costs will vary significantly depending on exactly Poland you locate your factory, i.e. which province and which sub-market in that province. But a decent real estate company can give you up-to-date data regarding all of that.
szczecinianin 4 | 345
19 Dec 2013  #13
no we are looking to set up factory here so I am asking about polish people

Is this the best way to find out?

Where in Poland? People to do what?

If you are looking to employ unskilled workers, then you need only pay minimum wage.
Harry
19 Dec 2013  #14
If you are looking to employ unskilled workers, then you need only pay minimum wage.

Not really. Locate a factory on the outskirts of Warsaw and minimum wage will get you low quality staff and a high staff turnover. Locate a factory on the outskirts of a town with high unemployment and few decently paid jobs and that same wage gets you much higher quality staff and a far lower staff turnover, i.e. you real staff cost is lower.
Monitor 14 | 1,821
19 Dec 2013  #15
no we are looking to set up factory here so I am asking about polish people

Then these links will be helpful:

median gross salary per voivodship



distribution of monthly gross salary in Poland



unemployment per voivodship in April 2013

epp.eurostat.ec.europa.eu/cache/ITY_PUBLIC/3-10042013-AP/EN/3-10042013-AP-EN.PDF

Hourly labour costs in EU
Ranjitrai - | 8
19 Dec 2013  #16
Say krackow what is the minimum
szczecinianin 4 | 345
19 Dec 2013  #17
Minimum is the same all over Poland. Can't you google it? Why do you expect people here to do your homework for you?
Ranjitrai - | 8
19 Dec 2013  #18
I WAS TALKING WITH HARRY NOT YOU
Harry
19 Dec 2013  #19
Say krackow what is the minimum

If you can't spell the names of cities, you may want to consider doing more research.
If you had done any research, you'd know that Krakow is a rubbish place for factories: land can easily be five times the prices found in central Poland and there aren't many suitable premises, meaning that the vacancy rate is low and the rents are high.

And if you had done any research, you'd know that the minimum wage is the same nationwide but, as I have already told you once, it gets you different things in different places.
Ranjitrai - | 8
19 Dec 2013  #20
Is this in all small city in Poland
Harry
19 Dec 2013  #21
Is what in all small cities in Poland?
You do know that Krakow isn't a small city in Poland, don't you?
InWroclaw 89 | 1,915
19 Dec 2013  #22
Then these links will be helpful:

Nice post, Monitor, interesting reading.

I WAS TALKING WITH HARRY NOT YOU

If I had a złoty for every time I'd wanted to say that... :D
Maybe 12 | 409
19 Dec 2013  #23
What isn't so easily quantify are the grey/black market wages nor the myriad of ways in which people augment their meagre salaries.
The other area that is hard to quantify are repatriated wages, remittance from abroad. Many Polish retirees have money sent from abroad from their offspring, this is common practise. Even a young Pole earning the minimum wage in the Uk would be able to send a money home and £100 or 500zl can go along way.

easily quantify

easy to quantify ..... doh


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