Minimum Wage 2014: Greece



The International Labour Organisation - Monthly gross statutory minimum wage rates:

Full-time adult employees, aged 23+ [1]

Country: Greece [2] [3]
Minimum wage rate585.78 euros
Currency code: EUR
Date effective01.01.2012

[1] Where official rates are expressed by the hour or week, they have been converted to monthly rates on the basis of a 40-hour week and 52-week year. Minimum wage figures are gross (pre-tax) rates and exclude any 13th or 14th month payments that may be due under national legislation, collective agreements, custom or practice.

[2] Greece, Portugal, Spain: white-collar workers only. Workers normally entitled to 14 monthly payments per year.
[3] Greece: rate applicable to over 25s. Different rates apply to blue and white-collar workers and vary by length of service and marital status. Private sector workers only. The minimum wage was cut by 22% from 751 euros pcm due to austerity measures. The minimum wage for those under 25 has been cut by 32% (currently 510 euros).

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