Salario minimo nel mondo, in Europa e a Malta

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The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), an international policy group that monitors and analyzes 34 countries, illustrates the after-tax value of the hourly minimum wage, in US dollars, in the OECD countries that have instituted one.

Australia and Luxembourg lead the group with wages over $9 an hour each, and Latvia and Mexico are at the bottom with wages under $2.

The US, where the federal minimum wage is $7.25 per hour, or $6.26 after taxes, ranks 11th.

Broken down by state, however, there is some variation among the 45 states that require a minimum wage, ranging from $9.05 per hour in Washington, DC, to $5.15 an hour in Georgia and Wyoming. The Guardian reported that 21 states raised the minimum wage in 2015, and multiple states have begun the process of raising their minimum wages to $10.10 an hour.

As usual Malta is out of the radar, but we can share with you the most updated data for 2015, in €/h is 4,16 and in USD is 4,72 

https://dier.gov.mt/en/Employment-Conditions/Wages/Pages/National-Minimum-Wage.aspx

http://www.businessinsider.com/minimum-wage-around-the-world-2015-5

chart oecd minimum wage big

 

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