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Four European countries with better wages than the United States of America

Four European countries with better wages than the United States of America

The gut feeling that you can earn more in the United States is not unfounded, but it is not true in all cases. Which countries and sectors are exceptions?

It's no coincidence that America is considered the land of opportunity. There are countless stories about how anyone can make their fortune through hard work and perseverance. It is one of the most influential and wealthy countries in the world, with world-class cities such as New York, Los Angeles or San Francisco.

The “belief” about wealth is especially true of the technology sector: last year, engineers training AI models could earn about $300,000 on average, while in Europe they were paid at best 100,000 euros (Switzerland), but even Furthermore. “Only” about 40 thousand euros (Germany and the Netherlands).

On the other hand, the average includes not only the world's cities and top industries, so the current average salary in the United States of $59,228 is included in more than a dozen European countries (Switzerland, Iceland, Luxembourg, Norway, Belgium, Austria, Germany, and the Netherlands), Denmark, Finland, Sweden, and Ireland. France) also precedes – Euronews writes.

the Eurostat data Based on 2022, wages will rise by four percent in both the EU and Eurozone – but which four countries are at the forefront of this?

(Source: Euronews, Photos: GettyImages, Opening image: Zurich's dramatic skyline)

Norway | Luxembourg | List | Salary | Europe

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