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Average yearly net salaries of singles in the European Union 2016

This statistic shows the average annual net salary of single persons in selected countries within the European Union in 2016. With an average annual income of 38,800 euros for a single person without children, Luxembourg has the highest average net wage of singles in the European Union, followed by the United Kingdom (UK) and Austria respectively.

Average annual net earning salary of singles in selected European Union (EU) countries in 2016

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Release date

August 2017



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* Data for 2015.

Based on a single person without children at 100% gross earnings of an average worker
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