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May 25, 2022

Romanian employees’ wages, competitive compared to EEC wages

The best paid jobs in Romania are in the fields of engineering and production, banking and financial services, and accounting and insurance, according to a study carried out by Grafton Recruitment, one of the leading European recruitment companies, to assess wage levels in Central and Eastern Europe in the 2013/2014 fiscal year, the only such study conducted in Romania. Romania can take pride in the fact that Automation Engineers have the highest wage in the region, namely EUR 30,000 per year, compared to Turkey – EUR 26,000 per year. In the banking sector, Settlements Managers who work in Romania get paid EUR 67,000/year, whereas in Hungary they earn EUR 60,000, and in Slovakia EUR 36,000. Romania is second place in the banking and insurance ranking with Financial Managers earning EUR 108,000/year and follows Poland, with EUR 145,560/year. Wages in Romania’s IT sector have gone up by 8 percent, as IT Managers get paid a maximum of EUR 53,000/year. IT Managers are best paid in Turkey, namely EUR 70,400/year. Call Center Managers earn EUR 60,000 in Hungary and EUR 23,000 in Romania. Sales and marketing Managers can earn up to EUR 54,600/year in Romania and EUR 114,000/year in Turkey. The Czech Republic dominates the best paid logistics managers ranking with EUR 48,000/year, whereas Turkish managers earn EUR 44,000/year, and Romanian and Slovakian managers get paid EUR 42,000/year. Human Resources Managers with over ten years of experience can earn up to EUR 81,500/year in Poland, EUR 78,000 in Turkey, EUR 72,000 in the Czech Republic, and EUR 54,600 in Romania.


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