List of sovereign states in Europe by minimum wage

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The following list provides information relating to the minimum wages of countries in Europe for 2016.[1] The calculations are based on the assumption of a 40-hour working week and a 52-week year, with the exceptions of France which has a 35-hour workweek, Belgium and the United Kingdom which have a 38-hour workweek, Ireland and Romania which have a 39-hour workweek, Georgia which has a 41-hour workweek and Turkey which has a 45-hour workweek (for more details see List of minimum wages by country). Currency conversions from non-euro currencies are based on average exchange rates for 2012.[2]

Minimum wages by country[edit]

Country Monthly minimum wage (EUR) Hourly rate (EUR) Monthly minimum wage[3] Hourly rate
Foo 10 10 10-10-2000
 Albania 157 0.99 22000 lekë[4] 137.50 lekë
 Andorra 962 5.55 €962[5] €5.56
ArmeniaFlag of the Eurasian Economic Union.svg Armenia 93 0.58 50000 dram[6] 312.50 dram
 Azerbaijan 88 0.73 105 manat[7] 0.88 manat
BelarusFlag of the Eurasian Economic Union.svg Belarus 110 - 2100100 rubles[8] -
BelgiumEuropean UnionLogo European Central Bank.svg Belgium 1502 8.94 €1502[9] €8.94
 Bosnia and Herzegovina 164 0.95 320 convertible marka[4] 1.86 marka
BulgariaEuropean Union Bulgaria 215 1.28 420 leva[10] 2.5 leva[11]
CroatiaEuropean Union Croatia 390 2.31 3000 kuna[12] 25 kuna
Czech RepublicEuropean Union Czech Republic 367 2.17 9900 koruna[13] 58.7 koruna
EstoniaEuropean UnionLogo European Central Bank.svg Estonia 440 2.60 €440[14] €2.60
FranceEuropean UnionLogo European Central Bank.svg France 1458 9.47 €1458[15] €9.47
 Georgia 32 0.18 90 lari[4] 0.52 lari
GermanyEuropean UnionLogo European Central Bank.svg Germany 1473 8.51 €1473[16] €8.51
GreeceEuropean UnionLogo European Central Bank.svg Greece 684 3.41 €684[17] €3.41
HungaryEuropean Union Hungary 338 1.95 105000 forint[18] 607 forint
Republic of IrelandEuropean UnionLogo European Central Bank.svg Ireland 1545 9.15 €1545[19] €9.15
KazakhstanFlag of the Eurasian Economic Union.svg Kazakhstan 67 - 21364 tenge'[20] -
 Kosovo 170 - €170[21] -
LatviaEuropean UnionLogo European Central Bank.svg Latvia 370 - €370[22] -
LithuaniaEuropean UnionLogo European Central Bank.svg Lithuania 350 2.13 €350 [23] €2.13
LuxembourgEuropean UnionLogo European Central Bank.svg Luxembourg 1923 11.10 €1923[24][25] €11.10
 Macedonia 200 1.09 12460 denars[4][26] 67.50 denars
MaltaEuropean UnionLogo European Central Bank.svg Malta 703 4.06 €703[27][28][29] €4.06
 Moldova 84 0.49 1900 lei[4][30] 10.65 lei
 Monaco 1593 9.43 €1594[31][32] €9.43
 Montenegro 288 - €288[33] -
NetherlandsEuropean UnionLogo European Central Bank.svg Netherlands 1502 8.66 €1502[34] €8.66
PolandEuropean Union Poland 445 2.5 1850 złotych[35] 10.12 złotych
PortugalEuropean UnionLogo European Central Bank.svg Portugal 530 3.31 €530[36] €3.31
RomaniaEuropean Union Romania 237 1.50 1050 lei[37] 6.73 lei
RussiaFlag of the Eurasian Economic Union.svg Russia 75 - 6204 rubles [38] -
 San Marino 1525 8.82 €1525[27] €8.82
 Serbia 175 0.95 28000 dinars[39] 121 Serbian dinars
SlovakiaEuropean UnionLogo European Central Bank.svg Slovakia 405 2.33 €405[40] €2.33
SloveniaEuropean UnionLogo European Central Bank.svg Slovenia 791 4.56 €791[41] €4.56
SpainEuropean UnionLogo European Central Bank.svg Spain 757 5.08 €757[42] €5.08
 Turkey 510 - 1647lira[43] - lira
 Ukraine 54 - 1378 hryven'[44] -
United KingdomEuropean Union United Kingdom 1735 10.20 £1224[45] £6.70

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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  40. ^ [1]
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