Not much has changed recently in the average salaries of Italian workers. Italy is by no means a place to get rich quick, in terms of salary. While it’s true that the socialistic Italian government compensates workers through pensions, unemployment, and health care, the average salaries in Italy are still lower than many of their European neighbors to the north.
According to the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, in “2014, the average gross annual salary in Italy stood at €28,977, or approximately €20,306 net per year, amounting to €1,560 per month.” The wage growth in the past year has been basically stagnant.
I’d be interested in knowing what the salaries are for nurses , but I understand that they do not enjoy the same status of professional, as they do in the United States. I am sure the salary must be commensurate with that role.
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