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Labour Costs CEE 2014

Labour Costs & Earnings Slovakia

Labour Costs & Earnings Slovakia

Based on latest available data and estimates guide to labour costs and earnings in Slovakia.

Includes assessment of current competitive position within the Central and Eastern European region, data on average salary, statutory minimum wage, social contributions, ten years of historic data illustrating earnings and labour costs dynamics.

Contains 25 pages, 10 tables, 32 figures.

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Number of Pages: 25
Publication Date: March 2018
Single User License: € 120.00
Enterprise License: € 240.00
Format: AdobeAcrobat (pdf) file
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Table of contents

Table of Contents
List of Tables
List of Figures
Slovakia overview – economic position within the CEE region
Slovakia overview – economic position within the CEE region – economic stability
Slovakia overview – labour market potential within the CEE region
Slovakia overview – labour market
Labour costs competitive position within CEE region
Labour costs and earnings detailed national data
Obligatory social security contributions
NACE Revision 2
Glossary of Terms

List of tables

Table 1. General, economic and labour market data Slovakia 2007-2016
Table 2. Average gross and minimum monthly earnings in the economy 2007-2016
Table 3. Growth rates of nominal and real earnings in the economy, percent 2007-2016
Table 4. Average labour costs in the economy 2007-2016
Table 5. Growth rates of nominal and real labour costs in the economy, percent 2007-2016
Table 6. Average monthly gross earnings and labour costs by sectors of the economy (NACE) 2016
Table 7. Average monthly gross earnings and labour costs by regions 2016
Table 8. Rates of obligatory social security contributions 2016

Table 9. Rates of obligatory social security contributions 2017
Table 10. Statistical classification of economic activities NACE Revision 2 – sections and divisions


List of figures

Figure 1. GDP per capita current US$ 2016
Figure 2. GDP per capita at Purchasing Power Parity (PPP) current US$ 2016
Figure 3. Cumulative GDP growth 2007-2016 (2006=100%)
Figure 4. Cumulative growth of Industrial Output 2007-2016 (2006=100%)
Figure 5. Growth of GDP in % 2007-2016
Figure 6. Growth of Industrial output in % 2007-2016
Figure 7. Exports Imports 2007-2016, in Bln USD
Figure 8. CPI, in % 2007-2016
Figure 9. CPI inflation in % y-o-y - 2016
Figure 10. Current account in % GDP - 2016
Figure 11. Public Balance in % GDP - 2016
Figure 12. Gross public debt in % GDP - 2016
Figure 13. Active population in thousands - 2016
Figure 14. Employment in thousands - 2016
Figure 15. Unemployment in thousands - 2016
Figure 16. Unemployment rate in % - 2016
Figure 17. Unemployment rate, in % 2007-2016
Figure 18. Activity and Employment rates, in % 2007-2016
Figure 19. Average monthly labour costs in the economy in Euro. Ranking 17 CEE countries.
Figure 20. Average gross monthly earnings in the economy in Euro. Ranking 17 CEE countries.
Figure 21. Average monthly labour costs in manufacturing sector (C) in Euro. Ranking 17 CEE countries.
Figure 22. Average gross monthly earnings in manufacturing sector (C) in Euro. Ranking 17 CEE countries.
Figure 23. Average monthly labour costs excluding capital city region in Euro. Ranking 17 CEE countries.
Figure 24. Average gross monthly earnings excluding capital city region in Euro. Ranking 17 CEE countries.
Figure 25. Average monthly gross and minimum earnings in Euro 2007-2016
Figure 26. Growth of average monthly gross earnings in Euro, US$ and real earnings 2007-2016 (2006=100)
Figure 27. Average monthly labour costs in Euro 2007-2016
Figure 28. Growth of average monthly labour costs in Euro, US$ and real labour costs 2007-2016 (2006=100)
Figure 29. Average monthly gross earnings and labour costs by selected sectors of the economy (NACE) 2016
Figure 30. Average monthly gross earnings and labour costs by sub-sections of manufacturing sector in Euro, 2016
Figure 31. Average monthly labour costs and gross earnings by regions in Euro 2016
Figure 32. Implied share of obligatory social security contributions in labour costs 2016 and 2017