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These Are The 10 German Companies With The Highest-Paid Employees, 2016

Which German companies are offering employees the fattest paychecks? Well, If you are looking for a German company that pays its employees exceedingly well, Roland Berger and Siemens topped 2016’s Glassdoor rankings. The median income of employees from both of these companies is a massive €80,720 per annum.

At No. 3 on the list, BASF SE with median total compensation of 76,684, followed by Robert Bosch GmbH and Bayer AG, offering €75,675 and €70,630, respectively.

1. Roland Berger GmbH
Median income – €80,720
Sector: Consultancy

2. Siemens AG
Median income – €80,720
Sector: Industry

Median income  – €76,684
Sector: Industry

4. Robert Bosch GmbH
Median income – €75,675
Sector: Industry

5. Bayer AG
Median income – €70,630
Sector: Industry

6. Commerzbank AG
Median income – €70,630
Sector: Banking

7. Daimler AG
Median income – €70,630
Sector: automobile industry

8. Deutsche Bank
Median income – €70,630
Sector: Banking

9. Continental AG
Median income – €65,585
Sector: Automobile industry/supply industry

10. SAP SE
Median income – €65,000
Sector: Technology

Note:  The term “income” takes into account: The basic salary + any bonuses + any other personal remunerations, over the course of one year. Results are based on salary information for the period between July 1st 2014 and June 30th 2016.

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