High inflation, unemployment and low wages have prompted many Brazilians to consider new opportunities, even outside of Brazil. If that’s your plan, check out our list of the 10 countries with the highest minimum wages for those looking for a new life abroad.
Brazil is by far among the most difficult countries to live in. The reason is the minimum wage, which is the second country with the lowest values in the list of the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD). Brazil is slightly ahead of Mexico.
Through the survey, the Minimum wage in Brazil It is one of the lowest rates in the world. This many people already know. Now we will show you which countries have the best minimum wage to live and earn better.
The survey was based on the dollar, which justifies how hard it is for Brazil to do well on this list. Thus, the average minimum wage in the state was US$2.2 an hour. It comes after Chile at $3.3 an hour and Colombia at $2.9 an hour.
Today, in the world, Australia is The country with the highest minimum wage in the world, $12.9 per hour worked. That is almost six times what is paid in Brazil.
In addition, the amount of hours worked in Australia is also lower than in Brazil, at 38 hours per week. Quite different from what was recorded in Mexico, where workers spend an average of 50 hours a week at work. In Brazil, the average is 39.5 hours worked per week.
The second highest minimum wage after Australia is Luxembourg, followed by France, Germany, New Zealand, the Netherlands, Belgium, the United Kingdom, Canada and Ireland.
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