Romania paid second lowest minimum wage in EU in January, after Bulgaria

The average salary in Romania, worth 153 euros, was the second lowest in the EU in January, after the one in Bulgaria (by 30 euros smaller), reveals a study of the European Statistics Bureau (Eurostat), Ziarul Financiar reports.

Romania is apart of the first group, out of a total three, of the European states with minimum wages smaller than 400 euros.

This group, made up of nine states, includes Lithuania (234 euros), Latvia (254 euros), Hungary (270 euros), Estonia (278 euros), Poland (281 euros), Slovakia (296 euros) and the Czech Republic (306 euros).

According to Eurostat, in 20 countries out of the EU’s 27 member states, the minimum salary in January was set under the law, the paper reads.


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