European countries by monthly net average wage in $USD (2017)

European countries by monthly net average wage in $USD, adjusted to purchasing power parity.

European countries by monthly net average wage
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European contries by monthly net average wage in $USD, adjusted to PPP:
1. Switzerland – $3,991
2. Norway – $3,634
3. Luxembourg – $3,553
–  United States – $3,300
4. Denmark – $3,242
5. Ireland – $3,076
6. Sweden – $2,989
7. Germany – $2,914
8. Iceland – $2,904
9. Cyprus – $2,787
10. France – $2,767
11. Netherlands  – $2,724
12. Finland – $2,704
13. Spain – $2,619
14. United Kingdom – $2,525
15. Belgium – $2,333
16. Italy – $2,329
17. Austria – $2,316
18. Poland – $1,848
19. Slovenia – $1,776
20. Estonia – $1,751
21. Croatia – $1,697
22. Turkey – $1,682
23. Czech Republic – $1,670
24. Hungary – $1,564
25. Greece – $1,523
26. Slovakia – $1,516
27. Russia – $1,472
28. Lithuania – $1,444
29. Montenegro – $1,422
30. Latvia – $1,396
31. Romania – $1,385
32. Portugal – $1,380
33. Bulgaria – $1,281
34. Kosovo – $1,251
35. Kazakhstan – $1,248
36. Bosnia and Herzegovina – $1,237
37. Macedonia – $1,233
38. Azerbaijan – $1,221
39. Belarus – $1,216
40. Serbia – $1,201
41. Albania – $1,023
32. Georgia – $871
43. Ukraine – $800
44. Armenia – $686
45. Moldova – $600

The countries and territories in purple on the map below have net average monthly salary purple – in excess of €4,000, blue – in the range of €1,500 – €3,999, orange – €500 to €1,499, in red – below €500.

net average monthly salary

The countries and territories in purple on the map below have gross average monthly salaries (taxable income) blue – in excess of €4,000, pink – in the range of €1,500 – €3,999, orange – €500 to €1,499, in red – below €500.

ross average monthly salaries
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