The Czech Republic is located in the Central part of Europe and has no access to the sea. It borders Poland to the north, Germany to the northwest and west, Austria to the south and Slovakia to the east. It is a beautiful state with ancient history, interesting culture and traditions.

Salary in Czech Republic

The population of the Czech Republic is about 10.5 million people. The overwhelming majority of local residents are ethnic Czechs. About 400 thousand foreigners live here, which is only 4% of the total population. The country is a part of European Union and has a developed industrially oriented economy.

Let's find out what salaries in the Czech Republic in 2024.

Minimum salary in the Czech Republic

According to the Czech government, the official minimum wage in the Czech Republic from January 1, 2024 is 18,900 korunas per month, equivalent to 795 dollars. Compared to the same period last year, the rate has increased by 1,600 korunas ($65) or 9.2%. Over the last 5 years, the minimum wage of Czech workers has increased by CZK5,550 – from CZK13,350 in 2018 to CZK18,900 in 2024.

Employment in the Czech Republic during a standard 40-hour work week guarantees a minimum wage for employees, the amount of which depends on the level of complexity, responsibility and intensity of work. These parameters form the so-called working groups. A total of 8 working groups are provided for in the Czech Republic.


Working group Korunas/dollars per hour Korunas/dollars per month
1 112.50/4.7 18,900/795
2 116.10/4.9 19,500/820
3 126.80/5.3 21,300/895
4 129.80/5,5 21,800/915
5 143.30/6 24,100/1,015
6 158.20/6,7 26,600/1,120
7 174.70/7,4 29,400/1,235
8 225/9,5 37,800/1,590

Note. The highest level of the minimum wage in the Czech Republic (CZK37,800 per month – group 8) is usually set for specialists such as a finance and sales director or a broker on the financial and capital markets. The minimum wage (CZK18,900 per month – group 1) is set for professions that do not require a high level of qualification – kitchen assistant, seamstress, storekeeper, saleswoman, cleaner, courier.

For a working week of less than 40 hours minimum wage rates in the Czech Republic are as follows:

  • Working week of 38.75 hours – CZK116.10 per hour ($4.9)

  • Working week 37.50 hours – CZK120.00 per hour ($5)

Average salary in Cyprus the Czech Republic

According to official data from the Czech Statistical Office, the average wage in the Czech Republic in 2024 is 46,013 korunas per month ($1,935). It is 2,734 korunas (6.3%) more compared to the same period last year. Men in the Czech Republic earn about 42,340 korunas per month, and women 36,842.


Sector of economy Korunas per month Dollars per month
Information and communication 73,053 3,040
Financial and insurance activity 66,400 2,760
Supply of electricity, gas, steam and air conditioning 65,034 2,705
Professional, scientific and technical activity 53,214 2,215
Education 49,021 2,040
Mining 48,822 2,030
Health care and social work 48,074 2,000
Public administration and protection 47,013 1,955
Manufacturing 41,549 1,730
Water supply, sewerage and waste management 39,587 1,645
Wholesale and retail trade 39,574 1,645
Transportation and storage 38,706 1,610
Art 38,567 1,605
Real estate operations 37,899 1,575
Construction 37,223 1,550
Fishing, agriculture and forestry 36,735 1,530
Administrative and support services 29,779 1,240
Accommodation and meals 24,686 1,025
Other services 33,119 1,380

Important. The average median wage in the Czech Republic in 2024 is 39,685 korunas per month ($1,710). About 80% of Czech workers earn between 20,073 and 74,654 korunas a month.


Region Korunas per month Dollars per month
Prague 52,213 2,170
Středočeský kraj 43,730 1,820
Jihomoravský kraj 43,092 1,795
Plzeňský kraj 41,520 1,725
Královéhradecký kraj 41,062 1,710
Ústecký kraj 40,612 1,690
Jihočeský kraj 40,328 1,680
Vysočina 40,291 1,675
Liberecký kraj 39,752 1,655
Olomoucký kraj 39,594 1,645
Moravskoslezský kraj 39,563 1,645
Zlínský kraj 39,505 1,645
Pardubický kraj 39,345 1,635
Karlovarský kraj 38,019 1,580

Note. Information on average salaries in the Czech Republic by sector and region is based on the current official data of the Czech Central Statistical Office.

In conclusion, the unemployment rate in the Czech Republic is about 2–3% and the income tax rates in 2024 is 15% and 23%. Entrepreneurs whose annual income is more than 48 times the average wage in the country are subject to an additional tax of 7%.

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