Have you ever wondered which countries employees receive the highest salaries? Have you ever thought â€˜bout such thing, that you donâ€™t receive as much as you need to?
The French economy is the seventh largest in the world. To explain why the French workers receive less, than Americans, economist Paul Krugman said: “The French workers work just as productive as their US counterparts. But this part of the economically active population in France is much lower, and the working day – in shorter”. By the way, the law about 35-hour workweek was accepted in 1999. On average, the French after paying all taxes receive only 28,799 dollars a year, which is only 49.4% of real wages. Itâ€™s the second largest total tax among all OECD countries.