Increases for teachers in 2023. We have the latest prices [21.01.2023]

It is planned to increase salaries in 2023 by a factor of two. How much will teachers be paid? How much will their salary increase? Not everyone can count on high rates… Check out in our gallery what increases await teachers in 2023.

From January 1, 2023, the Cabinet’s regulation on the amount of the minimum wage for work and the amount of the minimum hourly wage has been implemented. In this way, the minimum wage of 3010 PLN increased to 3490 PLN, and the hourly rate increased from 19.70 PLN to 22.80 PLN.

However, this is not the end, because in July we will see further increases, according to which the national minimum will increase to PLN 3,600, and the hourly rate to PLN 23.50.

When will teacher pay increases in 2023? Many educators and education workers are awaiting the Ministry of Health’s decision. It turns out that with the new year and an increase in the minimum wage, many of them will be paid less than the national minimum. How is this possible?

Currently, many teachers’ salaries will be below the national minimum.

– After raising the minimum wage for teachers. who earn less than you and therefore need to receive an increased allowance – Says the head of the Polish Teachers’ Union, Slawomir Broniears.

What increases can teachers expect in 2023? Find the answers in our gallery.

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