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Córdoba offers 31 percent salary rise to teacher’s unions

Cordoba''s Governor José Manuel De la Sota (TÉLAM)
Cordoba''s Governor José Manuel De la Sota (TÉLAM)
Cordoba''s Governor José Manuel De la Sota (TÉLAM)

The Cordoba Province Government has proposed a 31.6 percent salary raise to teachers' unions raising the minimum wage to 5.500 pesos a month. The offer will be discussed in a union assembly next week.

José Manuel de la Sota’s administration said the increase would become effective in two parts: first in February (with a 23.2% rise) and then in August (with the remaining 8.4%).

In addition, De la Sota offered a 33 percent rise to grade teachers who start their career this year.

This was the second official offer presented to teachers' representatives. The first one consisted of a 28% rise and was rejected by unionists.

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