Ekonomisko un vadības profesiju darba apmaksas tirgus konjuktūra Latvijā
[Salary conjuncture of economic and management professions experts in Latvia]
In the market of economic and management trades amount of young specialists are increased, the competition between specialists has increased, requirements to specialists have increased. In given paper the level of wages in the market of economic trades in Latvia is researched, practically used methods of definition of wages is investigated, perspectivities of economic specialities in comparison with other trades is estimated. In paper the term of economic and management trades is comprehensively formulated from the point of view of the Latvian legislation, from the point of view of preparation of experts and educational system, and from the point of view of a labour market. Factors influencing for the size of wages are certain. The average level of wages, and as borders of fluctuation of wages is certain. Distinction in work and a wages of men and women in economic and administrative trades is investigated separately in paper.
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