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What is the change? The monthly salary threshold for EU Blue Card holders has increased to 6,407.27 Polish zloty (about US$1,890 or €1,530).
What does the change mean? This represents a 9.5-percent increase over last year’s level. Employers should plan their budgets accordingly.
Background: EU Blue Card salaries are indexed annually and must be at least 1.5 times the average salary in the issuing country. Polish authorities announced the new salary threshold in February.
BAL Analysis: Employers should be sure to account for the new salary levels when planning their budgets.
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