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List of sovereign states in Europe by minimum wage

The following list provides information relating to the 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]


Map of European minimum wages in €/hr, 2013.

   None    €0.00-€0.50    €0.51–€1.00    €1.01–€2.00    €2.01–€3.00    €3.01–€5.00    €5.01–€9.00    €9.01–€11.10

Contents

  • Minimum wages by country 1
  • Notes 2
  • See also 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5

Minimum wages by country

Country Monthly minimum wage[3] Monthly minimum wage (EUR) Hourly rate Hourly rate (EUR)
Foo 10 10 10-10-2000
 Albania 21,000 lekë[4] 151.39 121.15 lekë 0.87
 Andorra €962[5] 962 €5.55 5.55
 Armenia 45,000 dram[6] 87.36 259.62 dram 0.51
 Austria - - - -
 Azerbaijan 105 manat[4] 103.67 0.61 manat 0.60
 Belarus 1,395,000 rubles[7] 130.52 8,048.08 rubles 0.76
 Belgium €1,501.82[8] 1,501.82 €9.12 9.12
 Bosnia and Herzegovina 320 convertible marka[4] 164.19 1.85 marka 0.94
 Bulgaria 340 leva[9] 173.84 1.85 leva 0.95
 Croatia 2,984.78 kuna 397.97 17.22 kuna 2.30
 Cyprus - - - -
 Czech Republic 8,500 koruna[10] 309.09 50.60 koruna 1.84
 Denmark - - - -
 Estonia €355.00 355.00 €2.13 2.13
 Finland - - - -
 France €1,430.22[11][12] 1,430.22 €9.43 9.43
 Georgia 90 lari[4] 42.31 0.52 lari 0.24
 Germany €1,473.00[13] 1,473.00 €8.50(introduced from 1/1/2015) 8.50
 Greece €586[14] 586 €3.39 3.39
 Hungary 101,500 forint[15] 321.2 584 forint 1.84
 Iceland - - - -
 Ireland €1,461.85[16] 1,461.85 €8.65 8.65
 Italy - - - -
 Kosovo €170 170[17] - -
 Latvia €360[18] 360 €2.18 2.18
 Liechtenstein - - - -
 Lithuania
1035 litai[19] 300 6.27 litai 1.81
 Luxembourg €1,921.03[20][21] 1,921.03 €11.1042 11.1042
 Macedonia 12287 denars[4][22] 200.00 61.50 denars 1.03
 Malta €702.82[23][24][25] 702.82 €4.05 4.05
 Moldova 1800 lei[4][26] 95.59 5.19 lei 0.33
 Monaco €1,593.67[27][28] 1,593.67 €9.43 9.43
 Montenegro €193.[4] 147.50 €0.85 0.85
 Netherlands €1,477.80[29][30] 1,477.80 €8.53 8.53
 Norway - - - -
 Poland 1,680 złotych[31] 405.79 9.69 złotych 2.34
 Portugal €589.16 in 12 payments, €505,00 in 14 payments 589.16 €3.35 3.35
 Romania 900 lei[32][33] 205.15 5.62 lei 1.28
 Russia 5,554 rubles (12,600 in Moscow)[34] 80 (199 in Moscow) (planned to be 200 RUB)[35]
 San Marino €1,525.33[23] 1,525.33 €8.80 8.80
 Serbia 21,000 dinars[4][36] 186.23 115 Serbian dinars 1.02
 Slovakia €352.00[37] 352.00 €2.023 2.023
 Slovenia €783.66[38] 783.66 €4.52 4.52
 Spain €752,85 in 12 payments, €645,30 in 14 payments[39] 752.85 €4.34 4.34
 Sweden - - - -
  Switzerland - - - -
 Turkey 1021.50 lira[40][41] 355.40 5.89 lira 1.97
 Ukraine 1,218 hryven'[4][7] 73.8 7.30 hryven' 0.44
 United Kingdom £1,105 1,420 £6.50 8.35

Notes

See also

References

  1. ^ http://www.fedee.com/minwage.html
  2. ^ http://data.worldbank.org/indicator/PA.NUS.FCRF
  3. ^ "Minimum wages". EuroStat. Retrieved 9 March 2013. 
  4. ^ a b c d e f g h i 2012 Country Reports on Human Rights Practices, United States Department of State.
  5. ^ "CIRCULAR INFORMATIVA: SALARI MÍNIM" (PDF). Retrieved 15 May 2013. 
  6. ^ "Government raises minimum wage in Armenia". Retrieved 28 July 2013. 
  7. ^ a b "Minimum Wages Around The World". WageIndicator Foundation. Retrieved 7 March 2013. 
  8. ^ Rémunération du travail, Service public fédéral Emploi, Travail et Concertation sociale.
  9. ^ Минимална работна заплата за страната по години в лева''"'". 2012-04-26. Retrieved 2012-04-26. 
  10. ^ http://www.mpsv.cz/cs/871
  11. ^ http://www.travail-emploi-sante.gouv.fr/informations-pratiques,89/fiches-pratiques,91/remuneration,113/le-smic,1027.html
  12. ^ http://vosdroits.service-public.fr/particuliers/F2300.xhtml
  13. ^ Bundesministerium für Arbeit und Soziales: Der Mindestlohn kommt, retrieved 4 Sept. 2014 (German)
  14. ^ http://www.boeckler.de/pdf/ta_mindestlohndatenbank.pdf
  15. ^ http://2010-2014.kormany.hu/en/ministry-for-national-economy/news/agreement-signed-on-next-year-s-minimum-wages
  16. ^ http://www.citizensinformation.ie/en/employment/employment_rights_and_conditions/pay_and_employment/pay_inc_min_wage.html
  17. ^ http://mpms.rks-gov.net/News/PublicationNews/tabid/134/articleType/ArticleView/articleId/753/language/en-US/The-minimum-wage-for-2011-in-Kosovo-will-be-170-euros-at-the-national-level.aspx
  18. ^ Latvia hour rate| http://likumi.lv/doc.php?id=259405
  19. ^ http://www.socmin.lt/index.php?513830510
  20. ^ http://www.guichet.public.lu/en/entreprises/ressources-humaines/remuneration-travailleur/paiement-remunerations/salaire/index.html
  21. ^ http://www.mss.public.lu/publications/parametres_sociaux/index.html
  22. ^ http://kss.mk/eng/newsen/minwgen.php Confederation of Free Trade Unions of Macedonia, Minimum Wage Amount Defined
  23. ^ a b 2011 Country Reports on Human Rights Practices
  24. ^ http://www.justiceservices.gov.mt/DownloadDocument.aspx?app=lom&itemid=11205
  25. ^ http://industrialrelations.gov.mt/industryportal/employment_conditions/wages/national_minimum_wage.aspx
  26. ^ "Republic of Moldova: Fourth Reviews Under the Extended Arrangement". International Monetary Fund. Retrieved 2012-07-23. 
  27. ^ http://service-public-particuliers.gouv.mc/Communiques/SMIC-2012 : Principauté de Monaco, Gouvernement Princier
  28. ^ http://cloud.gouv.mc/Dataweb/jourmon.nsf/9bf97b0da6308cfdc12568c40037f873/7bb02104eb4e5f3ac1257af60058d432!OpenDocument
  29. ^ http://www.rijksoverheid.nl/onderwerpen/minimumloon/vraag-en-antwoord/hoe-hoog-is-het-minimumloon.html
  30. ^ http://docs.minszw.nl/pdf/27/2009/27_2009_2_21809.pdf
  31. ^ http://www.paiz.gov.pl/polish_law/labour_regulations
  32. ^ Romanian, Government. "Salariului de bază minim brut pe ţară garantat în plată devine 750 lei incepand cu 01.02.2013 si 800 lei din 01.07.2013" [Minimum guaranteed wage in Romania] (in Romanian). Retrieved 11 July 2013. 
  33. ^ "Sources: Minimum wage to rise in two RON 50 stages in Romania". Retrieved 11 July 2013. 
  34. ^ "С 1 января 2014 года в России увеличена минимальная заработная плата". Retrieved 1 April 2014. 
  35. ^ В Трудовом кодексе планируют прописать почасовой МРОТ
  36. ^ http://www.mondo.rs/s203244/Info/Posao/Minimalna_cena_rada_102_dinara_po_satu.html
  37. ^ [1]
  38. ^ http://www.mddsz.gov.si/si/zakonodaja_in_dokumenti/veljavni_predpisi/#c7576
  39. ^ http://www.empleo.gob.es/es/informacion/smi/contenidos/imporcualact.htm,Ministerio de Empleo y Seguridad Social
  40. ^ http://www.csgb.gov.tr/csgbPortal/cgm.portal?page=asgari
  41. ^ http://www.csgb.gov.tr/csgbPortal/ShowProperty/WLP%20Repository/cgm/asgariucret/2013_birinci_alti_ay

External links

  • Minimum wages in Europe (2013), United Explanations, 4 February 2012
  • FedEE review of minimum wage rates, Federation of European Employers.
  • C131 Minimum Wage Fixing Convention, 1970, International Labour Organization.
  • Minimum Wages in January 2009, Eurostat, 24 July 2009
  • Google - public data: Minimum Wage in Europe
  • Database Central Europe; minimum wages in Central Eastern Europe
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