Foreign capital companies paid the largest average wages in Lithuania in 2018 and their employees earned 1,662 euros before tax on average, 52 percent more than the country's average of 1,093 euros, a review by the Lithuanian Government Strategic Analysis Center (STRATA) shows.
Gintautas Jakstas, head of the center's higher education policy and career analysis unit, says the difference in wages between local and foreign capital companies was due to fast expansion of foreign companies that need more workforce and are, therefore, rea...
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