Top verdiensten voor mannen en vrouwen in Nederland

 Men:


Top Earnings For Men in The Netherlands Median Sample
1 aircraft pilots and related associate professionals 37.4 15
2 advertising and public relations managers 31.7 17
3 information and communications technology service managers 30.4 73
4 mathematicians, actuaries and statisticians 29.2 16
5 petroleum and natural gas refining plant operators 29.2 37
6 education managers 28.3 26
7 financial and insurance services branch managers 28 20
8 specialist medical practitioners 27.9 19
9 finance managers 27.7 111
10 human resource managers 27.3 38
11 sales and marketing managers 27.1 241
12 research and development managers 26.5 72
13 mining managers 26.3 34
14 office supervisors 25.7 32
15 financial and investment advisers 25 41
16 accountants 24.6 147
17 management and organization analysts 24.4 72
18 economists 23.7 28
19 electronics engineers 23.4 16
20 insurance representatives 23.3 68
21 managing directors and chief executives 23.2 389
22 chemists 23.1 33
23 policy administration professionals 23.1 88
24 journalists 22.9 23
25 financial analysts 22.8 33
26 systems analysts 22.6 320
27 commissioned armed forces officers 22.2 40
28 government licensing officials 22.1 16
29 retail and wholesale trade managers 22 37
30 technical and medical sales professionals (excluding ict) 22 44
31 police inspectors and detectives 21.8 40
32 government tax and excise officials 21.6 32
33 chemical processing plant controllers 21.5 98
34 vocational education teachers 21.1 35
35 teaching professionals not elsewhere classified 21.1 32
36 database designers and administrators 21 41
37 university and higher education teachers 20.9 121

 

 WOMEN :


Top Earnings For Women in The Netherlands Median Sample
1 supply, distribution and related managers 26.5 18
2 human resource managers 24.8 56
3 research and development managers 21.8 17
4 managing directors and chief executives 21.6 36
5 finance managers 21.4 53
6 policy administration professionals 21.4 76
7 farming, forestry and fisheries advisers 21.2 20
8 advertising and public relations managers 20.9 24
9 vocational education teachers 20.4 30
10 systems analysts 20.4 72
11 financial and investment advisers 20 26
12 accountants 19.6 58
13 technical and medical sales professionals (excluding ict) 19.1 17
14 management and organization analysts 19 53
15 personnel and careers professionals 19 227
16 sales and marketing managers 18.8 84
17 environmental and occupational health inspectors and associates 18.8 22
18 secondary education teachers 18.6 62
19 advertising and marketing professionals 18.4 229
20 nursing professionals 18.1 206
21 police inspectors and detectives 17.9 18
22 child care service managers 17.8 29
23 physiotherapists  17.7 26
24 university and higher education teachers 17.7 114
25 psychologists 17.7 28
26 education methods specialists 17.4 43
27 social work associate professionals 17.3 43
28 social work and counselling professionals 17.2 234
29 insurance representatives 17.2 30
30 retail and wholesale trade managers 17 29
31 paramedical practitioners 16.9 73
32 office supervisors 16.8 22
33 sports, recreation and cultural centre managers 16.7 19
34 primary school teachers 16.7 86
35 accounting associate professionals 16.7 272
36 other language teachers 16.6 17
37 sociologists, anthropologists and related professionals 16.6 55


Note: Median of gross hourly base wage is reported. Median divides the population in 2 parts. One part earns more than the median, the other part earns less than the median.
Inflation rates were used in computations (IMF World Economic Outlook Database - September 2011).
Source: WageIndicator 2009-2011 - Total size after cleaning: 31973
* Reported salaries in the 'male'section are only from male respondents. Same for female.

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