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The article examines shifts in the wage premium between respective task-content groups of the labour force in Poland. The parameters of a microeconometric, multilevel model are estimated, and wage premiums for task-content occupation groups are calculated. Individual data from the 2004 to 2016 editions of Structure of Earnings by Occupation (S.E.O.) survey are used. A positive wage premium is reported in the group of non-routine jobs and a negative wage premium in the case of routine jobs, which is in line with the hypothesis of labour market polarisation. We find that labour market processes in Poland have not led to growing wage dispersion between task-content groups, but they enhanced changes in the wage premium within these groups.