It is no coincidence that some countries such as Switzerland, Norway, Denmark, ... have attracted many workers around the world who want to come here to work. One of the important reasons is because the average income in these countries is the largest in Europe, ...
ICC Hanoi - Statistics List of highest paying countries in Europe.
1. Switzerland - The country with the highest average salary
In the recently released salary ranking report, the basic salary of workers in Switzerland is usually up to 50% higher than the salary of those working in the same industry group in European countries.
Including tax and cost of living, Switzerland still leads the ranking of wage value. Income minus taxes and living expenses with the average salary in Switzerland reaches 96,000 USD / year, followed by Luxembourg, at about 90,000 USD / year.
The early Swiss employees earned about $ 58,000 a year after deducting taxes and living expenses, more than equivalent positions in Denmark, with an average of $ 52,000 / year. .
2. Norway - the highest paying country in Europe
This country is famous for the places with the highest standard of living and quality of life in the world. Therefore, it becomes the ideal place for those who want to export labor in the European market.
The labor contract in Norway usually lasts about 6 years and is renewed once every 2 years. After the 6-year contract expires, the employee can directly sign an extension with his employer without any extra charge.
According to the announcement of OECD - the organization of economic cooperation and development, Norway is in the 3rd position in the TOP 10 countries with the highest salary (2015). Normally, each employee will have a monthly income of about 2,500-3,000 USD / month (about 50-65 million VND) depending on different jobs and overtime. Employees working in Norway also enjoy full insurance under the law in this country.
3. Denmark - the highest paying country in Europe
Denmark is also one of the countries that pays high salaries to workers in the European market. According to the current regulations, the average salary paid to foreign workers is about 220,000 DKK / year (about USD 32,000 / year, about VND 60 million / month).
However, in Denmark, only high-qualified workers in the fields such as hotels, tourism, finance and banking, accounting, bridges and roads, automation ... So, who wants to export? The labor force in this country must have a college degree or higher and a good English and office computer skills.
4. Italy - the highest paying country in Europe
Italy is also a country in need of large and diverse foreign workers, they are lacking in both unskilled labor and skilled workers.
Labor contracts in Italy usually last about 3 years, but if you do well, the owners will guarantee up to 6 years. At the end of the 6-year contract, you can also continue the employer guarantee until the age of 50 or more. In addition, during the labor process, workers can bring their wives and children to live and work in this country.
In Italy, the basic salary is quite high. For unskilled workers, the salary ranges from 300 - 1,000 EURO / person / month (about 7.5 - 24.5 million VND). For skilled workers from 1,800 - 2,000 EURO / person / month (about 40-50 million). The average salary that Vietnamese workers to work in Italy is about 1,200 EUR (ie 29.5 million).
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