In the race of salaries against inflation, the Union of Non-Private Teachers (SAEOEP) agreed with the employer a new salary increase for the coming months, with which it will reach a 55% increase in January 2022.
That union had already closed a salary increase of 35% until August, to which it will add another 5% in September, 5% in November and 10% in January 2022, positioning itself for now above the expected inflation.
The new increases were sealed after the reopening of the parity of the sector, which had already achieved increases of 15% in March, 10% in July and the final 10% in August.
In this way, they join other unions that had already rediscussed salaries, piercing the ceiling of 45%. Oil producers achieved an increase of 48.5%, a bonus of $ 40,000 and reopening of the discussion next December. For their part, toll workers agreed to a 46% increase and on Monday, university teachers reached an understanding for wages to increase 47% in the discussion period.
While INDEC is preparing to release August inflation, with the latest records the consumer price index for July had already accumulated a rise of 29.1 percent in the first seven months of this year and had pierced 51 , 8 percent in the last twelve months.