As of 2021, according to the International Labour Organization (ILO), the country with the highest average salary was Switzerland, where the average salary was around $61,000 per year. Other countries with high average salaries include:
- Norway: $56,000 per year
- Iceland: $55,000 per year
- Luxembourg: $53,000 per year
- Denmark: $52,000 per year
- United States: $51,000 per year
It’s important to note that while these countries have high average salaries, they also tend to have high costs of living. Additionally, this list is subject to change based on the economic and labour market conditions.