Lithuania: Minimum Wages Announced for 2021

February 8, 2021 Lucy Halse

Key Points

  • The Lithuanian government has announced new minimum wages for 2021
  • The new minimum wage nationwide is EUR 607 per month
  • Changes apply to current, new, and pending applications as of January 2021
  • EU Blue Card holders should receive 1.5 times the national average monthly gross salary

Overview

The Lithuanian government has announced an increase in minimum wages nationwide for 2021.

What are the Changes?

The new minimum wage level is EUR 642 per month, which is an increase from EUR 607 per month in 2020.

Who is Affected?

The minimum wages apply to new, pending, and current applications as of January 2021.

EU Blue Card holders should be compensated at a rate of 1.5 times the national average monthly gross salary.

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