List of European Union member states by average wage

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This is a map and list of European Union member states containing monthly (annual divided by 12 months) net income (after taxes ) average wages of full time workers in the European Union expressed in euros. The chart below reflects the average (mean) wage as reported by Eurostat for 2015.[1] In less developed markets, actual incomes may exceed those listed in the table due to the existence of grey economies. In some countries, social security, contributions for pensions, public schools, and health are included in taxes.

Map

The countries and territories in purple on the map have net average monthly salaries in excess of €3,000, in blue – in the range of €1,500–€2,999, in green – €600 to €1,499, in yellow – €400 to €599, in red - below €400.

Average wages by EU member states

EU member state net gross ex.rate to € date gross € net € net annual € net annual $
Austria Logo European Central Bank.svg Austria €2,358 2015 2,358
Belgium Logo European Central Bank.svg Belgium €2255 2015 2,255
Bulgaria Bulgaria € 361 2015 361
Croatia Croatia €736 2015 736
Cyprus Logo European Central Bank.svg Cyprus 2015
Czech Republic Czech Republic €745 2015 745
Denmark Denmark €2,906 2015 2,906
Estonia Logo European Central Bank.svg Estonia €878 2015 878
Finland Logo European Central Bank.svg Finland €2,505 2015 2,505
France Logo European Central Bank.svg France €2,238 2015 2,238
Germany Logo European Central Bank.svg Germany €2,365 2015 2,365
Greece Logo European Central Bank.svg Greece €921 2015 921
Hungary Hungary €558 2015 558
Republic of Ireland Logo European Central Bank.svg Ireland €2,332 2015 2,332
Italy Logo European Central Bank.svg Italy €1,725 2015 1,762
Latvia Logo European Central Bank.svg Latvia €881 2015 881
Lithuania Logo European Central Bank.svg Lithuania €554 2015 554
Luxembourg Logo European Central Bank.svg Luxembourg €3207 2015 3,207
Malta Logo European Central Bank.svg Malta €1,410 2015 1,410
Netherlands Logo European Central Bank.svg Netherlands €2,541 2015 2,541
Poland Poland €747 2015 747
Portugal Logo European Central Bank.svg Portugal €1032 2015 1,032
Romania Romania €426 2015 426
Slovakia Logo European Central Bank.svg Slovakia €680 2015 680
Slovenia Logo European Central Bank.svg Slovenia €1,006 2015 1,006
Spain Logo European Central Bank.svg Spain €1,718 2015 1,718
Sweden Sweden € 2826 2015 2,826
United Kingdom United Kingdom €3166 2015 3,166
European Union European Union €1441 2015 1,441

See also

Plotted maps

References

  1. ^ "Database - Eurostat". 

External links

  • Eurostat: Wages and labour costs
  • Eurostat: Minimum wages August 2011
  • FedEE;Pay in Europe 2010
  • Wages (statutory minimum, average monthly gross, net) and labour cost (2005) CE Europe
  • Wages and Taxes for the Average Joe in the EU 27 2009
  • ru: Moldovans have lowest wages in Europe
  • UK Net Salary Calculator
  • Database Central Europe: wages in Central and Eastern Europe
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