AmCham Czech Republic publishes a new report within the Czech Workforce series.
Employment. In all four Moravian regions, Mechanical engineering technicians, Manufacturing supervisors and Lifting truck operators recorded the highest increase in number in the 2011-2016 period.
Employment. In the Moravskoslezský region, the number of Lifting truck operators more than doubled in the 2011-2016 period. The number of Assemblers in the region grew by 48% and Manufacturing managers’ employment rose by 21%.
Employment. In the Olomoucký region, the number of Lifting truck operators increased by 70% in the 2011-2016 period and at the same time, employment of Manufacturing managers dropped by 45%.
Employment. In the Zlínský region, employment of Lifting truck operators grew by 60%, followed by Mechanical engineering technicians (52%) in the 2011-2016 period, while Production clerks‘ employment fell by 40%.
Employment. Employment of Research and development managers in the South Moravian (Jihomoravský) region increased by 20% between 2011 and 2016, but fell by 14.3%.y-o-y in 2016. Manufacturing supervisors, Manufacturing labourers not elsewhere classified and Lifting truck operators recorded y-o-y growth of 19 to 25%.
Employment. The number of Manufacturing managers in the Olomoucký region fell by 14.3% y-o-y in 2016. Lifting truck operators added 23% y-o-y in the Zlínský region and in the Moravskoslezský region, the number of Assemblers increased by 25% y-o-y.
Wages. In the 2011-2016 period, median wages in the Jihomoravský region recorded the highest growth among the regions and occupations covered by this report (where data were available), ranging from 8.4% (Manufacturing supervisors, Lifting truck operators) to 43.7% (Stock clerks), followed by Research and development managers (39%) and Assemblers (34.2%).
Wages. Year-on-year in 2016, median wage of Stock clerks in the Jihomoravský region increased by more than 13%, followed by Assemblers (10.35%). In the Zlínský region, Manufacturing managers‘ median wage added the most (10.2%), followed by Stationary plant and machine operators (10%).
In the 2011-2016 period, employment of Mechanical engineering technicians increased notably in all four Moravian regions covered by this report, mostly in the Jihomoravský region (by 67.6%, accompanied by median wage growth of 25.45%) and Zlínský region (52.4% / 17%). Manufacturing supervisors added 36% in the Zlínský region, while their median wage grew by 17%, followed by the Olomoucký region (30% increase in employment / 15% in median wage).
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26th March 2021