Minimum wage in Malta 2012



Minimum wage is the lowest amount a worker can be legally paid for his work. Minimum wage figures are gross (pre-tax) rates for full time work (+23 years old) and exclude any 13th or 14th month payments that may be due under national legislation, collective agreements, custom or practice.

2010 2012
Monthly minimum
wage (EUR)
Monthly minimum wage Monthly minimum
wage (EUR)
Hourly rate Hourly rate
(EUR)
659.90 685.14 eur 685.14 3.95 eur 3.95
The calculations are based on the assumption of a 40-hour working week and a 52-week year. Currency conversions from non-euro currencies are based on the exchange rates available on 29 June 2012.
Higher wage rates are set by order in the following sectors: agriculture, beverages, domestic work, clay and glass work products, food manufacturing, hire cars and private buses, hospitals and buses, jewellery and watches, leather goods and shoes, papers, plastic, chemicals and petroleum, private security services, professional offices, public transport, sextons and custodians, textiles, tobacco manufacture, transport equipment, metal, woodworks and private cleaning services.
Source: Eurostats, FedEE, Wiki


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