Permanent officials. Details of European officials’ generous pay and perks have come to light on the day that voters in Britain and across the EU take part in elections to the European Parliament. Certainly the reason must be that the EU doesn't want a section of its citizens to be tax free, using services that other citizens (on lower salary) pay for.
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European civil service. Why doesn't wireless transmission and reception require a common reference voltage. You can find out more about becoming a European Union official from EU Careers. @user357320 Sorry, no; I don't know the Belgian tax system. I think it is not a fiscal issue but a moral one. Candidates from the reserve list will then be selected for interview when a suitable job comes up. Although these factors lie beyond our scope, it’s important to note that a better way of comparing salaries might be actual purchasing power in the individual countries.
Salaries posted anonymously by European Commission employees. Before we start calculating, it is important to understand that salaries in the EU can vary greatly, even between people in the same pay grade.
The EU’s statistics agency calculates annual salary increases based on the cost of living in Belgium and Luxembourg and on wages paid to bureaucrats in other EU countries. Is using if (0) to skip a case in a switch supposed to work? Mr Cameron is paid a gross salary of £142,500.
The source of the quotation is the German party’s election program (Leitantrag), where the claim is used as an argument to push for aggressive reforms: ‘Europe’s political classes have transformed the European Union into a monstrous administrative apparatus: twelve EU-institutions with 44.000 officials and 11.000 staff members, over 8 billion euros in personnel costs, and 24 EU-agencies with an undisclosed number of staff and service providers such as interpreters and experts. The Coalition has set the Prime Minister’s salary as the upper limit for Whitehall pay, with only a small number of senior officials getting more. You must apply for jobs at all grades through an annual selection process known as an 'open competition'.
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