France was revealed as being the best place to work in Europe.
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Jobs In Europe – Which Country Pays The Highest Salaries
Totally Money have carried out research looking at which European countries pay the highest salaries for a range of common jobs.
- Switzerland averages the highest paid salaries of all studied countries
- France has the lowest average weekly working hours, measured at 35 hours
- Greece has the highest number of paid holiday leave with 29 days
November 2019: Totally Money have created an interactive report looking into a number of European cities to see how they compare when it comes to job salaries. The study also allows you to see the average weekly working hours and the average paid holiday from each country across the continent.
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Total Average Paid Salary
The study also looks at a number of other common jobs found in European cities, ranging from gym instructors to lawyers. Some of the key findings were:
- Gym Instructors working in Switzerland earn the highest salary with the average being £71,322
- Portugal pays the lowest salary to bar staff out of the studied European countries, averaging just £18,986
- Being a Lawyer in France sees you earn on average £75,559, despite working just 35 hours a week.
Weekly Hours Worked
As expected, different European countries offer different weekly hour requirements. As we are seeing a rise in four day working weeks, has this affected much?
The table below shows the countries with the highest weekly working hours:
Paid Annual Leave
A concern for many workers, the number of annual leave holidays we receive is an important factor to our work vs life balance. The study shows how many days each country offers for paid leave. Ranking as number one, Greece offers the most with 29 days. Germany, along with four other countries, offer the lowest with just 20 days.
Number of Holiday Leave
How does your country compare? To view the full research as well as infographic, visit Totally Money.
Totally Money: https://www.totallymoney.com/jobs-in-europe/