Thursday, February 26, 2015

The “minimum wage” German now higher than in France – Europe1

The "minimum wage" German now higher than in France – Europe1

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France loses one of its rare superiorities she had vis-vis Germany. The minimum wage is the Rhine Since January 1, higher on average than in France, 1473 gross per month against 1,458 euros.

Work more to earn more Germany … . This sum, issued by Eurostat, represents a monthly average and means that German employees minimum wage work more than in France. Indeed, in Germany, the minimum wage, which exists only since late 2013, is set at 8.50 euros per hour, against 9.61 euros in France. But French workers paid the minimum wage are often limited to 35 hours of work per week, where the Germans have less limit.

As emphasized Le Figaro , the system of “work more to earn more” recipe makes the Rhine, beyond even the minimum wage. The German median salary is around 3,000 euros, against France in 2430, a difference of 20%.

The minimum wage increases everywhere except in Greece . The minimum wage in every country in Europe has increased since 2008, with the exception of Greece (-14%!), Also indicates the European office of statistics. The largest increases between 2008 and 2015 were recorded in Romania (+ 95%), Bulgaria (+ 64%), Slovakia (+ 58%) and Latvia (+ 57%), countries where the minimum wage less than 400 euros per month. Within the EU, the country with the lowest minimum wage in Bulgaria (184 euros). In contrast, Luxembourg offers a minimum wage of 1,923 euros, or a ratio of 1 to 10

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