Every country has its own standards when it comes to cost of living, expected salaries and, and the cost of buying things. Workers are always in search of jobs to get highest salaries in the world to live happy lives. Wages are totally dependent on the economic condition of the country.
Let us take a quick look on the Top 10 Countries with the Highest Salaries where people enjoy the highest level of disposable income, or in other words, the highest money available for spending by a household. These calculations are based on a single worker without children as revealed by Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development, also known as OECD. Find out what country topped the lists!
France is ranked as the seventh largest economies in the world. French have allegedly a lower workforce participation rate and they work fewer number of hours compared to US. That may be due to the 35-hour workweek law introduced in 1999. French receive $28,799 a year after all taxes, which are 49.4% on the average. This is the second largest tax wedge across the OECD countries.