Today, many countries are actively building trade relations and have a shortage of skilled foreign specialists. At the same time, foreign applicants are offered very good working conditions and a decent level of wages. Usually countries with high living standards have powerful economies and provide their citizens with serious income.

The highest salaries are found mainly in developed European countries. But the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Kuwait, UAE, Qatar, Israel and the Republic of Korea can also be singled out. The average salary in these countries ranges from $3,000 to $7,000 per month. Note that along with incomes, the level of taxation and the cost of living in such regions are notably higher.

The highest wages in the world

Next, let's find out where the highest salaries in the world are.


No. Country Average wage (dollars per month)
1. Switzerland 6,980
2. Denmark 6,155
3. Luxembourg 6,110
4. Norway 5,950
5. Liechtenstein 5,480
6. Iceland 5,460
7. Australia 5,280
8. Kuwait 5,040
9. Germany 4,930
10. Sweden 4,755
11. United Arab Emirates 4,490
12. Belgium 4,430
13. Finland 4,335
14. Ireland 4,300
15. New Zealand 4,290
16. USA 4,265
17. Austria 4,155
18. Canada 3,890
19. France 3,770
20. Belgium 3,627
21. Israel 3,650
22. Republic of Korea 3,620
23. Qatar 3,540
24. UK 3,510
25. Netherlands 3,490

Important. The top 25 countries with the highest wages in the world (before taxes) is based on official data from governments and government statistical agencies.

The country with the highest wages in the world is Switzerland. The average income of local workers is $6,980 per month. A very beautiful and economically developed European country with a population of 8.8 million people. One of the richest countries in the world with a stunning nature and the highest standard of living. Work in Geneva or Zurich provides an income of about 7.5-8 thousand dollars a month.

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