EU: Member States minimum wage increases slowing down

Despite stubbornly high inflation, only three European Union Member States have raised their minimum wages since the start of 2023. Over the space of a year however, minimum wage levels have risen sharply almost everywhere, and Cyprus has joined the list of countries where minimum wages are compulsory.

Through Antoine Piel. Published on 08 June 2023 Ă  15h56 - Update on 12 June 2023 Ă  9h52

France (+2.2%), Luxembourg (+2.5%), and Greece (+9.4%) are the only three EU Member States to have increased their minimum wage yet again since January 2023 (five Member states had done so at the same stage in 2022).…

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