Romania is on the penultimate place out of 20 European Union countries regarding the minimum wage, with a value of EUR 323, according to a study of KPMG.
The lowest minimum wage of EUR 235 is in Bulgaria, EUR 235. After Romania, the third place is occupied by Latvia and Lithuania with EUR 380 each, followed by Czech Republic with EUR 407 and Hungary with EUR 409. On the other hand, Luxembourg has the highest minimum salary, with EUR 1,999, followed by Ireland with EUR 1,776 and Germany with EUR 1,772. The fourth and fifth place are occupied by Netherlands with EUR 1,552 and France with EUR 1,480.