They pay less for hungarian doctors than other workers- Medical salaries Europe
We have wrote and posted many articles about, doctors leaving because of the financial crunch they are feeling. Many countries pay well, many pay ridicuolusly low wages. Let’s take a look at the current latest stats on Medical salaries. At least we can see the 2011 salaries, which could be outdated in some countries, but can give you a quick hint, on understanding the migration of medical doctors and other medical workers.
It has been prepared by the FEDERATION EUROPEENNE DES MEDECINS SALARIES EUROPEAN FEDERATION OF SALARIED DOCTORS, and it is reachable at http://www.liganet.hu/news/6205/F11-071_EN_European_Hospital_Doctors_Salaries.pdf
1. Here is the chart for minimum and maximum wages for medical doctors across the EU
2. Than the miumimum wage and the maximum wage for medical doctors
3. And here are the avarage wages for other workers
The worst findings in the article is that when it comes to comparising the salaries to other non-medical salaries, it turns out that several countries, such as Hungary, and the Czech Republic are paying a lot less for their doctors than for other workers . (the most for doctors is around 1000 EURO in Hungary, and the avarage workors salary is around 1300 EURO)
Here is what the article concluded to:
In some cases (Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Poland, Slovenia) the minimum doctors’ salaries is equivalent to the average national salary; in Belgium, Denmark, Italy, the Netherland and Slovakia the minimum doctors’ salary is higher than the average salary ; in Austria, Ireland, Portugal, Romania, Spain, Sweden and UK, the average salary is placed between the maximum and minimum doctors’ salary ; in some case the maximum doctors’ salary is equal (Greece and Malta) or even lower (Czech Republic and Hungary) than the average national salary.