The average monthly income in Belgium was highest in the Brussels-Capital Region, at almost 4.4 thousand euros in 2019. That year, the average employee in the French-speaking Walloon Region earned around 900 euros less.
Generally speaking, men in Belgium earned slightly more than their female counterparts. Men received just over 3.8 thousand euros on average, whereas women received only 3.7 thousand euros in 2019. In the last ten years, the gender pay gap somewhat decreased though. In 2007, Belgian men still had an average salary that was over 350 euros higher.