Neto i bruto zarade/plate u zemljama Evrope, cijene i životni standard

Neto i bruto zarade/plate u zemljama Evrope, cijene i životni standard

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izvor EUROSTAT
http://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/statistics ... r_costs/hr
http://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/statistics ... tax_burden
Net earnings

Information on net earnings complements gross earnings data with respect to disposable earnings, in other words after the deduction of income taxes and employee’s social security contributions from the gross amounts and the addition of family allowances, in the case of households with children. Family allowances are cash transfers paid in respect of dependent children.

In 2014, the net earnings of a single person earning 100 % of the average earnings of a worker in the business economy, without children, ranged from EUR 3 899 in Bulgaria to EUR 38 254 in Luxembourg.
The same two Member States recorded the lowest (EUR 4 328) and the highest (EUR 52 041) average net earnings respectively for a married couple with a single earner and two children (Table 1).

In the case when both parties of a married couple work (both earning an average worker’s earnings), Luxembourg recorded the highest annual net earnings, EUR 85 907 when the couple had two children and EUR 78 386 when the couple had no children; Bulgaria recorded the lowest net earnings EUR 7 797, irrespective of whether the couple had two children or not.



Annual net earnings, 2014 (EUR)


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Re: Neto i bruto zarade/plate u zemljama Evrope

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Minimum wage statistics (minimalne plate)
http://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/statistics ... imum_wages

Minimum wages in the EU Member States ranged from EUR 184 to EUR 1 923 per month in January 2015

In January 2015, 22 out of the 28 EU Member States (Denmark, Italy, Cyprus, Austria, Finland and Sweden were the exceptions) had a national minimum wage . As of 1 January 2015, monthly minimum wages varied widely, from EUR 184 in Bulgaria to EUR 1 923 in Luxembourg. There was also a national minimum wage in the following candidate countries of the EU: Albania, Montenegro, the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Serbia and Turkey.

Figure 1 shows gross minimum monthly wage levels expressed in euro terms in January 2015.
Minimum wages, January 2015 (1)(EUR per month)
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Median gross hourly earnings (srednje bruto satnice zaposlenih)
http://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/statistics ... y_earnings

Median gross hourly earnings vary by a factor of 1 to 17 across the EU

In the EU, the highest median gross hourly earnings in October 2010 were recorded in Denmark (EUR 25.0), followed by Ireland (EUR 18.3) and Luxembourg (EUR 17.8) (Figure 1). The lowest were recorded in Bulgaria (EUR 1.5), Romania (EUR 2.0), Lithuania (EUR 2.7) and Latvia (EUR 2.9). Median earnings are defined such that half of the population earns less and the other half earns more than this value.

Median gross hourly earnings, EUR & PPS
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Low-wage earners
(koliki je udio zaposlenih sa minimalnom platom od ukupnog broja zaposlenih u prikazanim zemljama)
http://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/statistics ... ge_earners

One in every six EU employees a low-wage earner

In 2010, 17 % of EU employees were low wage earners against 14.8 % in the euro area.
The highest proportions of low-wage earners were observed in: Latvia (27.8 %) ; Lithuania (27.2 %) ; Romania (25.6 %) ; Poland (24.2 %) and Estonia (23.8 %)
and the lowest in:
Sweden (2.5 %) ;
Finland (5.9 %) ;
France (6.1 %) ;
Belgium (6.4 %) and
Denmark (7.7 %)
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Low-wage earners are defined as those employees earning two thirds or less of the national median gross hourly earnings. Hence, the threshold that determine low-wage earners is relative and specific to each Member State.

Proportion of low-wage earners, %, 2006 and 2010
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PostPostao/la admin » Ned kol 16, 2015 10:22 am

Prosječna bruto godišnja plata po zaposlenom u Njemačkoj je u 2013. je oko 41.509 € .
dakle mjesečna bi bila 3.459 €
http://www.sueddeutsche.de/karriere/geh ... o-1.461930

izdvajanja iz bruto plate:

Poslodavac na bruto
-9,45 % penzijsko osiguranje
-7,30 % zdravstveno
-1,50% za nezaposlene
-1,025% njega
-1,60% osiguranje od nesreće
ukupno 20,87%

Uposlenik iz bruto
-9,45 % penzijsko osiguranje
-8,20 % zdravstveno
-1,50% za nezaposlene
-1,025% njega
ukupno 20,17 %

Prosječna satnica u svakoj pokrajini na prvi pogled:

Hamburg: 22,12 €
Hesse: 21.65 EUR
Baden-Württemberg: 21.23 EUR
Bavarska: 20,60 €
Bremen: 20,60 €
Sjeverna Rajna-Vestfalija: 20.54 EUR
Rheinland-Pfalz: 19.77 EUR
Saarland: 19.36 EUR
Donja Saska: 18.82 EUR
Berlin: 18.71 EUR
Schleswig-Holstein: 18.17 EUR
Brandenburg: 15,84 EUR
Saska: 15.38 EUR
Saska-Anhalt: 15,09 €
Mecklenburg-Vorpommern: 15,02 €
Thüringen: 15,02 €

Prosječna bruto godišnje zarade u Njemačkoj je u 2012 ,
prema podacima Ministarstva financija oko 30.423 € .
dakle mjesečna bi bila 2.500 €
http://de.statista.com/themen/293/durch ... einkommen/
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Re: Neto i bruto zarade/plate u zemljama Evrope, cijene i životni standard

PostPostao/la admin » Pet srp 21, 2017 2:05 pm

Gdje su najveća primanja / Plaća u Švicarskoj deset puta veća nego u BiH

Najveću prosječnu plaću na svijetu imaju stanovnici Švicarske i ona na godišnjem nivou iznosi 95 hiljada dolara, što je ravno deset puta više od godišnje bruto plaće u BiH.

Najveću prosječnu plaću na svijetu imaju stanovnici Švicarske i ona na godišnjem nivou iznosi 95 hiljada dolara, što je ravno deset puta više od godišnje bruto plaće u BiH,

Za Švicarskom slijede Norveška, Luksemburg i Danska, a potom Australija, Irska i Holandija. Zanimljivo je da su Sjedinjene Američke Države, koje su najveća i najsnažnija ekonomija svijeta, tek na 8. mjestu sa prosječnom godišnjom plaćom od 57 hiljada dolara, piše BiznisInfo.

Listu od prvih deset sretnih zemalja zatvaraju Belgija i Kanada, prema grafici koju je objavio američki CNN.

Zanimljivo je ove podatke uporediti s BiH. Posječna neto plaća u BiH u maju ove godine iznosila je 860 KM, što je 10.320 KM na godišnjem nivou, odnosno oko 6.000 dolara.

Prosječna bruto plaća u maju je u BiH iznosila 1.336 KM, što je oko 16.000 KM na godišnjem nivou, odnosno oko 9.500 dolara, u zavisnosti od kursa.
https://www.radiosarajevo.ba/biznis/eko ... bih/268899
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