Average and Minimum Salary in Andorra

Average and minimum salary in Andorra: let’s check the economic outlook and the wages in this small European nation

Have you thought about visiting, working or even investing in Andorra? The  average and minimum salary in Andorra figures are useful resources for those considering visiting this beautiful country at the top of the Pyrenees.

salary in Andorra
Andorra. Photo by Jorge Fraganillo

Andorra is one of the smallest countries in Europe, and it is also one of the few landlocked nations in the continent. Despite its size, it has a striving economy, and receives a considerable number of visitors every year. Its low taxes and beautiful Pyrenees landscape also attract investors and retirees from abroad.

Minimum Salary in Andorra

Andorra has a minimum wage policy, and its figure is somewhat between the minimum salary in its neighbors: France and Spain.

As of 2021 the minimum salary in Andorra is of € 1121,47 per month (gross). The minimum wage per hour is of € 6,47. You can read more about this here(in Catalan).

Despite its size and characteristics, the salaries in Andorra are considerably lower than in other European nations, like San Marino, Liechtenstein or Luxembourg. 

Average Salary in Andorra

The average salary in Andorra is considerably higher than the minimum, at around € 2000 euros per month. However, those are gross figures, and taxes will eat a considerable part of it. The average net salary in Andorra is of around 1600 euros as of 2021.

Andorra has a very small population, and many of its workforce is comprised of foreigners. Many of them work in the thriving Andorran tourism sectors. Portuguese and Spanish nationals are in the top of the list of foreign workers in Andorra.

Andorra Economic Outlook

Andorra main economic sector is tourism. The country focuses on winter sports (it is known as the Pyrenees country) and also at shopping tourism.

The beautiful nature of Andorra and its unique status attracts visitors from all around the world, despite the fact it does not have an airport or a railway network. Andorra is not part of the European Union, and has lower sales taxes than both Spain and France. These favorable conditions help Andorra to fund its economy and maintain a high standard of living.

For foreigners willing to invest in the country, most opportunities are in the hospitality business. Trading of consumer goods, especially focused on retail sales for tourists is also a great business niche in the country.

If you are traveling to Andorra anytime soon, check our post on the best places to stay in Andorra. For those looking for employment, check our post on how to find a job in Andorra.

Interesting Resources for Working and Living Abroad

Are you really considering to work and live abroad, temporarily or permanently? Below are some resources that might be useful for you around the web:

World Nomads: this company provides travel insurance in most countries around the world. It might be a good option if you going for a long travel.

Jetradar: Compare and book flights around the world with our own flight search fare tool.

Booking.com: Booking.com is the best choice for finding accommodation for your next trip, with a wide variety of choices for all types of travelers.

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