Largest Metros in Europe

1. Moscow 16.7 million

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Average Salary 1,023.44/$12,276  (Range $713.78-$1,500.00)

One bedroom outside downtown $725.85/$8,710  (564.36 – 977.22)

Largest suburbs –

Richest areas- Minskoye Shosse, Rubylovka

Poorest areas- Kapotnya, Nekrasovka, West Biruyolvo

Places with the most Africans- Lyubertsy’s Krasnaya Gorka

2. London 13.6 million

 

Average salary $2,975.14/$35,700 (Range $2,143.86 – $3,883.80)

One bedroom outside downtown $1,692.16/$20,305 (Range $1,398.17 – $2,019.57)

Largest suburbs –

Richest areas- Kensington, Knightsbridge, Mayfair

Poorest areas- Hackney, Croydon, Tower Hamlets

Places with the most Africans/Blacks- Brixton, Peckham, Stratford(Black Middle Class Area)

 

3. Paris

Average Salary     $2,779.51 or $33,554.12  (Range $1,993.80-$3,876.83)

One bedroom outside downtown  960.78 or $11,529.36   (Range $775.37-$1,107.67)

Richest areas – Versailles, Le Vésinet, Maisons-Laffitte and Neuilly-sur-Seine

Poorest areas – Clichy-sous-Bois, Bondy and Corbeil-Essonnes

Area with most Africans-Sarcelles

4. Rhine Ruhr

Average Salary $2,542.57 or $30,510.84  ($2,225.93-$3,561.49)

One bedroom outside downtown $484.76 or $5,817.12   ($333.89-$612.13)

Richest areas- Friesenveirtel(Cologne)

Poorest areas- Ehrenfield(Cologne); Duisburg,

Language – German

5.Madrid

Average Salary  1,637.16

One bedroom outside downtown

6. Milan

Average Salary 1,881.48 or $22,571   ($1,329.20-$2,215.33)

One Bedroom outside downtown  $753.83or $9,045.96  ( $664.60-$886.13)

Richest areas

Poorest area

Area with most Africans

7. Saint Petersburg

Average salary $803.80 or $9,645

One bedroom outside downtown $475.00

Richest areas-

Poorest areas-

Places with the most Africans/Blacks-

8. Barcelona

9. Berlin

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Average salary $1,988.47 or 23,481

One bedroom outside downtown $494.88

Richest areas – Zellendorf, Charlottenberg

Poorest areas – Kew Kohln, Kreuzberg, Wedding

Areas with most Africans – Wedding, Mitte

10. Rome

Average Salary 1,724.00 or $20,688 (Range 1,107.67-2,126.72)

One bedroom outside downtown $796.56 or $9,558.72 ($664.60-941.52)

Richest areas

Poorest area

Area with most Africans

Most Wealthiest European Countries

  1. Monaco $135,000-153,000-30,000 $5 billion Economic development was spurred in the late 19th century with the opening of its first casino, Monte Carlo, and a railway connection to Paris.[11] Since then, the principality’s mild climate, splendid scenery, and gambling facilities have contributed to Monaco’s status as a premier tourist destination and recreation center for the rich and famous. However, in more recent years Monaco has become a major banking center and has successfully sought to diversify its economy into the services and small, high-value-added, non-polluting industries. The state has no income tax, low business taxes, and is well known for being a tax haven.

2. Luxembourg $80,000-$107,000- As a representative democracy with a constitutional monarch, it is headed by a grand duke and is the world’s only remaining grand duchy. Luxembourg is a developed country, with an advanced economy and the world’s second highest GDP (PPP) per capita (after Qatar), according to the World Bank. As a representative democracy with a constitutional monarch, it is headed by a grand duke and is the world’s only remaining grand duchy. Luxembourg is a developed country, with an advanced economy and the world’s second highest GDP (PPP) per capita (after Qatar), according to the World Bank.

3. Switzerland 47,863-$86,145 – Switzerland is also the birthplace of the Red Cross and home to numerous international organizations, including the second largest UN office. Switzerland has the highest nominal wealth per adult (financial and non-financial assets) in the world according to Credit Suisse and eighth-highest per capita gross domestic product on the IMF[12]HYPERLINK \l “cite_note-17″[13] However, Switzerland is also the most expensive country in the world to live in, as measured by the price level indexMoreover, for the last five years the country has been ranked first in economic and tourist competitiveness according to the Global Competitiveness Report and the Travel and Tourism Competitiveness Report respectively, both developed by the World Economic Forum. Zürich and Geneva have each been ranked among the top cities with the highest quality of life in the world, with the former coming second globally according to Mercer. Geneva Convention, Apart from the United Nations headquarters, the Swiss Confederation is host to many UN agencies, like the World Health Organization (WHO), the International Labour Organization (ILO), the International Telecommunication Union (ITU), the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) and about 200 other international organisations, including the World Trade Organization and the World Intellectual Property Organization.[69] The annual meetings of the World Economic Forum in Davos bring together top international business and political leaders from Switzerland and foreign countries to discuss important issues facing the world, including health and the environmentFurthermore, many sport federations and organisations are located throughout the country, such as the International Basketball Federation in Geneva, the Union of European Football Associations (UEFA) in Nyon, the International Federation of Association Football (FIFA) and the International Ice Hockey Federation both in Zürich, the International Cycling Union in Aigle, and the International Olympic Committee in Lausanne. Switzerland has a stable, prosperous and high-tech economy and enjoys great wealth, being ranked as the wealthiest country in the world in per capita in multiple rankings. In 2011 it was ranked as the wealthiest country in the world in per capita terms (with “wealth” being defined to include both financial and non-financial assets), while the 2013 Credit Suisse Global Wealth Report showed that Switzerland was the country with the highest average wealth per adult in 2013Switzerland has the highest European rating in the Index of Economic Freedom 2010, while also providing large coverage through public servicesSwitzerland is responsible for half of the world production of watchesThe World Economic Forum’s Global Competitiveness Report currently ranks Switzerland’s economy as the most competitive in the world,[87] while ranked by the European Union as Europe’s most innovative country.[88] For much of the 20th century, Switzerland was the wealthiest country in Europe by a considerable margin (by GDP – per capita).[89] In 2007 the gross median household income in Switzerland was an estimated 137,094 USD at Purchasing power parity while the median income was 95,824 USD.[90] Switzerland also has one of the world’s largest account balances as a percentage of GDP. Switzerland is home to several large multinational corporations. The largest Swiss companies by revenue are Glencore, Gunvor, Nestlé, Novartis, Hoffmann-La Roche, ABB, Mercuria Energy Group and Adecco.[92] Also, notable are UBS AG, Zurich Financial Services, Credit Suisse, Barry Callebaut, Swiss Re, Tetra Pak, The Swatch Group and Swiss International Airlines.

4. Liechtenstein98,432$143,151- Liechtenstein is the richest (by measure of GDP per capita) country in the world and the only country to lie entirely in the Alps. It is known as a principality as it is a constitutional monarchy headed by a prince. Liechtenstein is divided into 11 municipalities. Much of its terrain is mountainous, making it a winter sports Many cultivated fields and small farms characterize its landscape both in the south (Oberland, upper land) and in the north (Unterland, lower land). The country has a strong financial sector located in the capital, Vaduz, and has been identified as a tax haven.

5. Norway  $55,398-$101,271