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        Wages increased by over 10 per cent for the fourth year in a row

        Saturday, January 26th, 2019

        A pro-government economist welcomes the government’s efforts to raise wages. A left-wing analyst, on the other hand, thinks that low wages entrench inequality in Hungary. READ MORE

        Wages expected to grow fast

        Thursday, January 25th, 2018

        An independent HR expert summarizes a new survey according to which wages will continue to surge in 2018, and suggests that this may slow down emigration. READ MORE

        Labour shortage seen as a threat to economic growth

        Saturday, December 2nd, 2017

        A left-wing policy analyst acknowledges that the Hungarian economy has performed well recently, but warns that future growth may be severely limited by the labour shortage. READ MORE

        Doubts about Hungary’s growth model

        Tuesday, October 31st, 2017

        A conservative commentator thinks that the Hungarian economy cannot sustain growth in the long run as Hungarian firms cannot significantly increase wages to stop emigration and ease the labor shortage. READ MORE

        Pensioners offered special employment scheme

        Saturday, October 7th, 2017

        A conservative economist welcomes the government’s efforts to help the flexible employment of Hungarians of retirement age. READ MORE

        Dispute over the economic implications of migration

        Monday, August 14th, 2017

        A conservative economist suspects that core EU states facilitate migration in order to import a cheap labour force. A liberal analyst dismisses the claim that migration is the biggest economic challenge, and recommends the government spend more on education. READ MORE

        Ruminations on Hungary’s economic challenges

        Friday, September 23rd, 2016

        A left-wing sociologist thinks that the government has failed to improve welfare in Hungary. A pro-government economist contends that the Orbán government has been successful in boosting the economy and faces only ‘minor challenges’. READ MORE

        Liberal pundit on brain drain

        Saturday, August 1st, 2015

        A liberal pundit agrees with Mihály Varga, Minister of National Economy that the brain drain is a serious problem for Hungary. He doubts, however, if the government can do much in the short run to slow down the exodus of skilled Hungarians by hiking the minimum wage. READ MORE

        Employment figures improve

        Friday, July 31st, 2015

        As the employment rate increases to a 23 year high, pro-government and conservative columnists think that the Orbán government is on target to achieve its main employment objectives. A left-wing columnist, however, believes the employment picture is less rosy than the government claims. READ MORE

        Hungarian employment rate on the rise

        Thursday, June 11th, 2015

        A conservative analyst deduces from major economic indicators that Hungary is on the right path. He finds the increasing number of new jobs particularly promising. READ MORE