Polish workers cheapest in Europe. By Dawn Smith

A new survey by Deloitte shows a huge variation in the cost of employing people in Europe, with the UK being the 7th most expensive location out of 20 EU countries surveyed, and Poland being the cheapest. The UK's average remuneration cost was £30,447 in 2005, an increase of 14% on 2004. Poland's was just over £3,880, with Estonia and Slovenia not far behind at £5,117 and £5,703.


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