List of European Union member states by average wage

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 single workers in the European Union expressed in euros. The chart below reflects the average (mean) wage as reported by Eurostat for 2018.[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.

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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 statesEdit

EU member state net gross ex.rate to € date gross € net € net annual € net annual $
    Austria €2,639 2018 2,639
    Belgium €2430 2018 2,430
  Bulgaria €459 2018 459
  Croatia €756 2018 756
    Cyprus €1,742 2018 1,742
  Czech Republic €939 2018 939
  Denmark €3,033 2018 3,033
    Estonia €1,141 2018 1,141
    Finland €2,567 2018 2,567
    France €2,342 2018 2,342
    Germany €2,540 2018 2,540
    Greece €1,306 2018 1,306
  Hungary €719 2018 719
    Ireland €2,908 2018 2,908
    Italy €1,788 2018 1,788
    Latvia €709 2018 709
    Lithuania €722 2018 722
    Luxembourg €3,495 2018 3,495
    Malta €1,545[citation needed] 2018 1,545
    Netherlands €2,989 2018 2,989
  Poland €793 2018 793
    Portugal €1,122 2018 1,122
  Romania €667 2019 667
    Slovakia €770 2018 770
    Slovenia €1,080 2018 1,080
    Spain €1,767 2018 1,767
  Sweden €2,757 2018 2,757
  European Union €1441 2015 1,441

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ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Database - Eurostat".

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