Luxembourg - Wage differences are substantial - February 28, 2017

Released STATEC data (for 2014) reveal that those who worked in the financial and education sectors earned the highest salaries up to 90,000 euros per year. The research shows that the housing and catering industries were heading in the opposite direction with the lowest salaries. STATEC explains the wage differences by worker profiles, taking into account factors such as educational level, age and seniority in the company. The average annual salary was 59.7 thousand euro; this could reach 90 thousand euro for workers in finance and insurance. In the catering industry, the average salary was little more than 30 thousand euro per year.

English: http://www.wort.lu/en/business/statec-data-huge-divide-in-luxembourg-wages ...  

The report (in French): http://www.statistiques.public.lu/catalogue-publications ...    

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