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What does minimum wage mean?

Minimum wage is the wage you have to receive at least when you work

The statutory minimum wage is the wage you must receive at least when you work. From 23 years money this minimum wage, for people under 23 (from 15) money the minimum jeugdloon. The amount of your gross minimum wage depends on how many hours you work. If you work part-time, the gross minimum wage is proportionately lower. Your salary slip is the legal minimum wage that applies to you. The minimum wage is always expressed as gross wage, without withholding taxes and social security contributions. Read more on the website of the Ministry of Social Affairs and employment.

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