As a criterion, analysts chose the level of wages, examining the earnings of European citizens after paying taxes (net income).
It turned out that in Ukraine this amount is the lowest - € 190.
The second and third place was taken by Moldova (€ 216) and Azerbaijan (€ 232).
Armenia, Georgia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Albania, Macedonia and Serbia are also among the ten poorest countries in terms of income.
The highest salary, according to the center, in Switzerland is € 4421, slightly lower in Iceland and Norway - € 3440 and 3405, respectively.
Russia hit the middle of the list. According to the researchers, the average salary of Russians after taxes is € 474.
"When accounting for wages" before taxes "Ukraine is still in last place," the experts stated.