Average annual salaries in different European countries became known

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Average annual wages in different European countries became known

Eurostat — statistical service of the European Union, which collects statistical information on EU member states — distributed the countries of Europe into several categories depending on the average salary that employees there receive. 

Countries with an average annual salary less than 20,000 euros:

< p>Hungary — €12,620;

Romania — 13,000 euros;

Poland — €14,430;

Greece — EUR 15,880;

Slovakia — 16,160 euros;

Croatia — 16 170 euros;

Czech Republic — €18,710;

Portugal — 19,300 euros

Countries with an average annual salary between 20,000 and 30,000 euros

Estonia — EUR 21,480;

Lithuania — 21,740 euros;

Cyprus — €22,730;

Malta — €27,330;

Spain — 28,180 euros;

Slovenia — €28,760;

Italy — 29 950 euros

In company with Luxembourg, which has the highest average annual salary — 72 200 euros, two more countries entered: Denmark and Ireland with indicators of 63,260 euros and 50,350 euros, respectively. 

In other countries : Belgium, Austria and Sweden average annual salary is €48,720 to €46,930, while in Germany, Finland and France salaries are €44,440, €43,190 euros and 40,130 euros, respectively.

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