Also on the National newspaper – Il Giorno finds space for our in-depth analysis of average wages in recent decades in Italy and in Europe, which in recent weeks has been cited by various newspapers, televisions and politicians.
Across the European continent, over the last 30 years, average annual wages have progressively increased. The exception is Italy, where in 2020 you earn less than in 1990. This is the most interesting element of the study, taken up by the Milanese newspaper.
The greatest increase was recorded in the countries of the former Soviet bloc. In Poland, the Czech Republic and Slovakia, for example, the average annual wage has doubled. But the highest percentages are found in the Baltic countries (Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania), where wages more than tripled between 1995 and 2020..