Austria Minimum Wage Rates 2019


N.B. Countries that don’t have a minimum wage set by the government in European Union – Austria, Denmark, Finland, Cyprus, Italy and Sweden (collective bargaining agreements effective, instead of minimum wage)

Austria Minimum Wage Rates

None; National collective bargaining agreements set minimum wages by job classification for each industry and provide for a minimum wage of €1,200 ($1,210) per month. Wages where no such collective agreements exist, such as for domestic workers, janitorial staff and au pairs, are regulated by relevant legislation and are generally lower than those covered by collective bargaining. The national minimum wage legislation has lapsed, although is still in force by convention.

Austria Average Annual Salary – 2019

Based on our survey average GROSS salary in Austria is EUR 58,947. Average NET salary is EUR 39,466.

Engineer EUR 61,066
Software Developer EUR 45,204
Manager EUR 79,288
IT Manager EUR 74,820
Project Manager EUR 71,666
Architect EUR 37,555
Marketing Manager EUR 69,833

Facts and statistics about Austria

Austria minimum wage

In the continent of Europe the country Austria is located. In the world it is the 114th largest nation with a total area of 83,871 square kilometers. It covers 1,426 square kilometers of water and 82,445 square kilometers. In the year 1282 Austria was founded. It is an original and a distinct nation. The population of Austria is 8,751,820. The nation Austria has a density of almost 100 people per square kilometer.

The capital of Austria is Vienna. The Euro (EUR) is the currency of Austria and the people are known as Austrian. For the country the dialing code is 43. With 8 countries it shares its land borders such as Hungary, Czech Republic, Slovenia, Germany, Switzerland, Slovakia, Liechtenstein, and Italy.

Capital and largest city Vienna
Official languages German
Area Total 83,879 km2
Population 8,823,054
GDP (PPP) $461.432 billion
Per capita $51,936
Currency Euro (€) (EUR)
Calling code +43
ISO 3166 code AT

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