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Facts and figures about the Slovak labour market

Economically active population (2nd quarter 2008): 2,657,600

Economically active population (2nd quarter 2008): 2,657,600


Average monthly wage for 2008: €723.03


Average monthly wage (first quarter of 2009): €710.45 with the highest average wage of €962.20 in Bratislava Region and the lowest average wage of €535.75 in Prešov Region.



Source: Career Guide, ÚPSVAR, the Statistics Office


Topic: Career and HR


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