Three European countries had announced changes to this year's minimum salary requirements

January 20, 2016
The start of this year 2016 had brought forward many changes to the lowest salary thresholds for the local and overseas employees across the globe. The changes in the minimum salary have been made, and they are effective from 1st January 2016.

Three European countries had announced changes to this year’s minimum salary requirements

Netherlands     

For the knowledge migrants whose age is more than 30 years should earn a minimum of 4240 Euros monthly, previously it was 4189 Euros. For the knowledge migrants who are under the age of 30, they should earn a minimum of 3108 Euros monthly, previously it was 3071 Euros.

Current graduates from the universities of Netherlands should earn around 2228 Euros monthly when compared to the previous threshold of 2201.  The Blue card holders should earn a minimum of 4968 Euros when compared to the previous amount of 4908 Euros.

Belgium

The high skilled overseas citizens who holds Type-B job permit should earn a minimum of 39,802 Euros yearly as previously it was 39,824 Euros.

The category of executive and senior management level overseas citizens who are holding Type B job permit should earn a minimum of 66406 Euros yearly as previously it was 66442 Euros.

Blue card holders should earn a minimum of 54466 Euros yearly when compared to the previous amont of 51494 Euros.

Germany

The blue card holders in the non shortage occupation should earn a minimum of 49600 Euros yearly compared to the previous amount of 48400 Euros.

The blue card holders in the shortage occupation should earn a minimum of 38688 Euros as it has been changed with the previous amount of 37753 Euros.

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