That would have to be Switzerland at 17.86 euro which equals out to like $21.87 per hour. Maybe I should move there!
In 2010 report Luxembourg at #1, Netherlands #2 and Australia as #3. But in 2011 - Switzerland proposed to establish the highest minimum wage in the world.
I would probably have to say it would be currently Zambia @ $917/hr. As late as November 2011, Switzerland was waiting for approval of a proposal of a $4,000 dollars/hour minimum wage to its high courts. Experts say this will cause the Swiss economy to decline into catastrophe and could possibly be felt across the world.
http://www.staffingindustry.com/eng/Res … -the-world
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