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    Default What's a good average salary, in 2018?

    I'd guess there are so many different answers as there are jetphotos members here.

    Thus, I like to broaden the question. I assume that not every single jetphotos member works in aviation. That never has been a requirement to become a member, and, I "know" at least 2 jp members who are quite independent from aviation.

    So, probably there is a question which is more precise.

    What do you have to do to achieve a certain amount of Euros, per annum?

    I know, that, e.g. in Italy, between "North of Malpensa" and Fontanarossa, the average salary p.a. is approx. 28.000 Euros. North of Sestri Ponente a little bit more, and South of it a little bit less.

    But what do you have to do for 28.000 Euros? I have never worked in Italy, so this is my question.

    PS: Not all Stewardesses in Germany have 28.000 p.a. So this really seems to be an open question. 2333 for four weeks, that's not really much if you calculate.. minus taxes, minus insurances, and of course,
    minus an average apartment in Germany..
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    Quote Originally Posted by LH-B744 View Post
    What do you have to do to achieve a certain amount of Euros, per annum?
    A job, any king of job will give you "a certain amount of Euros"

    If you beg outside Metro stations, the you 'll get an uncertain amount of Euros. Or of you sell a kidney, CDs in a flea market etc.

    So, to unswer your question, just find a job with a steady salary, and then you'll get "a certain amount of Euros" every year.

    I hope I helped

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    Quote Originally Posted by LH-B744 View Post
    But what do you have to do for 28.000 Euros?
    Bank robbery, probably

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    Quote Originally Posted by Not_Karl View Post
    Bank robbery, probably
    LOL! Ok. But only with you (and your ingenious avatar) as a partner.
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    Salary usually depends on the experience of the person on a certain job.

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    What sphere? Ir depends) Buy at least $3000 I think)

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    Which country?
    I bet 90% of the world never seen 3k$/month...

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    2K to 5K is an average i guess.

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    The average income in a country depends on many factors and can differ extremely. It also depends on where you work inside a country.
    In Germany for example, you can earn a quite good amount more in the south, then in the north and also more if you work in a city then in the countryside. But in exchange the living in regions where the salarys are high is usually more expensive (rents, house-prices....).
    Statistics are not very helpful in this case, because they include high-earners as well as workless people, so in countrys with a low percentage of workless and a high need of high qualified personal the averange increases dramaticaly.
    In Brandenburg (in the very north of Germany) the average Salary is 2582€/month (pre-tax) while in bavaria with all the car industry and banks the average is 3878€/month (pre-tax).

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