Family members (spouse and children aged 14 and older) of a RWR card-holder should have an A1 certificate in German before arriving in Austria. This means that they should attend German language courses in your home country before seeking residency in Austria.
If you’re coming from a non-EU country and expect to earn a gross annual income of at least one and a half times the average gross annual income of full-time employees (in 2018: at least € 60,948 which is about € 4,353 gross monthly income plus special payments), you may be eligible for an EU Blue Card. The EU Blue Card is a work permit issued by 25 out of 28 EU Member States to “highly-qualified” non-EU citizens.
For EU Blue Card applicants there is no points system.
Family members (spouse and children aged 14 and older) of EU Blue Card holders do not need an A1 certificate in German. Instead, they are asked to sign an integration agreement and commit to demonstrating their German skills within two years.