Update Salary in Europe

Could you tell me if this map shows the truth about the average salary in your country?

I can confirm that in Italy the average salary isn't 1725€ but it's 1100€

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Official stats put it at 468 E.


Quelli sono stupendi lordi, deficiente

Sono netti saputello del cazzo:

Neanche al lordo arriva a quella cifra in Italia comunque...

Looks like Turkey is catching up with Cyprus.


>Could you tell me if this map shows the truth about the average salary in your country?

Ma sparati qualunquista di merda

>Average Italian user of internet, a faggot

Ours looks legit to me.


What a joke country

ours is not that low you retards

Good to see that at least someone found a true number in this map

t. call center tea server

Do people in Monaco even have jobs?

Average salary in Poland is EUR 971 now


give or take since our currency fluctuates
avarage yes, min wage is less than 300

But I wanna know if it's really like that.
I mean if you can earn that kind of money in Poland with a regular job + some experience

before or after tax? Looks like before to me.


After Tax


Average =/= Median =/= Modal

CEOs and top earners are the reason why the figures look inflated to you. It's the same with Spain.


look here



Well I am a CS bachelor graduate with no experience and got offers of 42-51k (+bonus stuff)

After tax I get more or less the average apparently. Pretty good for my first job.

Most Germans have something like 1.600 - 2.200 euro after taxes.

This figure (2.225 euro) probably accounts for too little taxes. Our pre-tax wages are actually higher, with 3.000 euro being an realistic average.

For Russia:
Average salary is 32K rubles (jan 2016) which is 438 euros (409 is on the map, so this appears to be pretty accurate).

>mfw it could be 816 with old exchange rate
Thanks god I live in Moscow.

A quick Google search gives me contradictory data:



>pre taxes
>some number you will never actually see in your hands.
It's like when some italian makes fun of mine 1500$ with his 4000 and it turns out after taxes and rent he has less than 1000.

quite correct,
I started my career at 1600€
My senior earns around 3000€

that is the price we pay for being an old society. 40% of the taxes go to the elderly. oh, and refugees, of course. but in italy, mostly elderly people.

>I started my career at 1600€
after taxes, i hope?

because for pre-taxes, that is dismal ... i thought france is roughly at the same level germoney is.


How does one live comfortably with such a low amount?

>oh, and refugees
300 billion to 1.5 trillion* estimated

*thats one reunification

these figures also consider tax burden. the gross earning per year isnt measly 24k euro, of course.

I make more than that and my job is shit

how much do you earn mate?