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When it comes to remuneration, not only is a full paycheck decisive, but also what employees can afford from their salary. A recent study has made comparisons with living standards in Europe on the basis of salary information and consumer prices. Germany is in third place, despite just below average nominees. Study salary and cost of living in Europe: Germany is Top 3 map of Europe

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Where in Europe is the standard of living highest?

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When it comes to remuneration, not only is a full paycheck decisive. What matters is that employees can also afford to improve the quality of life. For the normal consumer, the difference between net income and the price level is the more important than the nominal value.

In the current study "Which Countries in Europe Offers the Best Standard of Living?" Glassdoor Economic Research, in cooperation with Llewellyn Consulting, not only looked at salaries, but also the cost of living. On this basis, a value was determined which makes the national standard of living internationally comparable. The study examined 18 European countries. According to the results, the standard of living is higher only in Switzerland and Denmark than in Germany. In transatlantic cross-comparison, the Federal Republic is just ahead of the US. The study results are based on OECD and Numbeo data.

Nominals in Germany below average

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If you only look at the nominees, there are considerable differences within Europe. With around 44.000 Euro, Germany is slightly below the average in the middle of the European market - behind the UK and France. Switzerland is the first place in the world: the average nominee pay is nearly five times higher for 72.000 Euros with the Swiss than with the light of Estonia (13.000 Euro).

One way of identifying the differences between price levels across different countries is to analyze the cost of living in the largest metropolises of the respective countries. For this purpose, Glassdoor has compared consumer prices - ie costs for food, restaurants, transport, public supply as well as value-added tax - to an index value.

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Geneva and Zurich more expensive than New York - Munich and Hamburg in cost of living in Europe's midfield

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The top places are two cities in Switzerland, Geneva and Zurich. These two large cities are even more expensive than New York (3 percent or 1 percent). In third place, London, the metropolis with the highest rents in Europe. The most expensive German cities after Munich are Hamburg and Munich, which are only in the middle of Europe.

By linking the income (according to income tax) with the price level (including value added tax), it is possible to derive a local value based on purchasing power based on the standard of living. In this comparison, Germany ranks third in Europe, although it is not among the top-ranked countries in terms of average salaries according to purchasing power.

This means that the average worker earns more money in other countries, but can make an above-average contribution on the basis of lower living costs. The standard of living in Germany is comparable to that of Sweden, the Netherlands, Finland and Norway. Europe, Portugal, Greece and Estonia are the most important.

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