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All,
I had posted a couple of months ago about moving to Brussels (I am based in the US). I have a tentative offer with a big international company as a J2EE developer/analyst. They are offering me 3500 euros/month (before taxes - there are other benefits like meal voucher+pension plan +insurance)...is that par for the course in Brussels? [Quick background: I have 5 years experience in the J2EE domain]
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Originally posted by Vinay Shukla:
is that par for the course in Brussels?


Hi Vinay,
I think 3500 EUR/Month is ok.
Werner (M´┐Żnster, Germany)
 
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3500 a month is more than OK with 5 years under your belt, it's well above average.
I work near Utrecht (not that far away, similar cost of living etc but taxes are higher here) and I get 2700 a month before taxes.
That's slightly below market average here, which hovers just under 3000.
 
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Guys:
Thanks for the insight. Much appreciated.
 
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