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12 10, 11:38

FedEE review of minimum wage rates

Many countries in Europe operate statutory or collectively determined minimum wage rates. In all but a handful of countries, these rates provide a standard of living that is close to (or even below) subsistence levels. Denmark, Finland, Italy and Sweden do not operate national minimum rates, but nevertheless have minimum rates set through sectoral collective agreements that jointly cover a high proportion of the working population. Germany operates statutory minimum rates in the construction, janitorial and postal sectors.

The International Labour Organisation establishes minimum rates for able seamen. This is set at $545.00 US per month in 2009/10.

Monthly gross statutory minimum wage rates
Full-time adult employees, aged 23+ [1]
Country Minimum wage rate Currency code Date effective
Albania  18,000 lek ALL 01.05.2009
Andorra   915.20 euros EUR 01.01.2009
Austria [2] 1,000.00 euros EUR 01.01.2009
Belarus 229,000 Belarusian roubles BYR 01.01.2009
Belgium   1,440.67 euros EUR 01.10.2008
Bulgaria   240 leva BGN 01.01.2009
Croatia [8] 2814.00 kunas HRK 01.06.2009
Cyprus [7] 840.00 euros EUR 29.04.2009
Czech Republic [12] 8,000 koruny CZK 01.01.2007
Estonia   4,350 kroons EEK 01.01.2008
France [6] 1,343.77 euros EUR 01.01.2010
Greece [5] [9] 740.00 euros EUR 01.04.2009
Hungary [10] 73,500 forints HUF 01.01.2010
Iceland [13] 130,000 kronur ISK 01.03.2008
Ireland   1,499.33 euros EUR 01.07.2007
Isle of Man   1,039.80 IOM pounds IMP 01.10.2008
Jersey (Channel Islands)   1053.87 Jersey pounds JEP 01.04.2009
Latvia   180 lats LVL 01.01.2009
Lithuania   800 litai LTL 01.01.2008
Luxembourg [3] 1,682.76 euros EUR 01.03.2009
Malta [11] 634.75 euros EUR 01.01.2009
Moldova   766.1 lei MDL 01.01.2007
Montenegro   55.00 euros EUR 01.07.2007
Netherlands   1,398.00 euros EUR 01.07.2009
Poland   1,317 zlotys PLN 01.01.2010
Portugal [5] 475.00 euros EUR 01.01.2010
Romania [4] 600.00 new lei RON 01.01.2009
Russian Federation   4,330 roubles RUB 01.01.2009
Serbia   12,133.33 new dinars RSD 01.01.2008
Slovakia   307.70 euros EUR 01.01.2010
Slovenia [14]  510.00 net euros EUR 01.03.2010
Spain [5] 633.30 euros EUR 01.01.2010
Turkey   760.50 new lira TRY 01.07.2010
Ukraine [15]    884 hryvnias UAH 01.04.2010
United Kingdom   1005.33 pounds sterling GBP 01.10.2009



http://www.fedee.com/minwage.html

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