The average salary for an electrician in the United States is $48,000 a year, according to the National Electrical Manufacturers Association.
However, the average salaries of electricians in some other countries are much higher.
The average pay in the U.S. is $75,000, according the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
The median salary for a professional electrician is $72,000 in the Czech Republic, according its Bureau of Statistics.
Electricians from other countries tend to earn less than in the US, according research conducted by research firm EY.
“The average salary in the USA is about $80,000 and the median salary is about twice that,” EY researcher Daniel Zwick said.
“In the Czech republic, the median pay is almost twice the US median salary, and in Spain the median is about double that.”
The average US electrician makes about $50,000 annually.
The Czech Republic has a median annual salary of $50K.
The Spanish average is $60,000.
Electrician salaries vary widely.
In the U, the annual salary ranges from $25,000 to $60K, according EY, which says the average is between $60 to $80K.
In Europe, the difference is even more pronounced.
In Denmark, the highest salary is $100,000 while in Germany, the second highest is $110,000 according to EY’s data.
In France, the most expensive salary is more than $140,000; in Italy, the best salary is around $170,000 for an average employee.
The data also show that electricians from the Middle East are much less likely to earn more than the average worker in the rest of Europe.
Electricists in the Middle Eastern countries of the Middle Kingdom earn the highest salaries, according data from the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD).
The average annual salary in this region is $57,000 or more.
The United Arab Emirates has the lowest median salary of the region at $32,000 per year.
The UAE has one of the highest per capita income in the world, at $8,621.
In Qatar, the region’s largest economy, the salary is only $24,000 an year.
Electricity rates in Qatar are among the lowest in the region.
Electricity in Qatar is 25 percent cheaper than in Egypt and 45 percent cheaper in Tunisia, according Toqeen Al Shaimani, who is in charge of electricity in the Qatar Electricity Corporation, told The Next Sputnik.
The Qatar Electricity Authority estimates that electricity is generated for 50 percent of the population of the country.
According to the UAE Electricity Authority, about 60 percent of its electricity comes from hydroelectric dams.
Electricity prices in Qatar tend to be among the highest in the Arab world.
In Kuwait, electricity is 20 percent cheaper per month than in Saudi Arabia.
Electricity costs in the UAE are about 20 percent higher than in neighboring Qatar.
Electricity is cheaper in Qatar in comparison to the rest in the Gulf Cooperation Council countries of Bahrain, the United Arab Republic, Oman, and Kuwait.
Electricity tariffs in the Emiratis are around 70 percent higher per year than in Kuwait.
In Bahrain, electricity costs are 20 percent more than in Qatar.
Qatar Electricity is not the only energy-intensive country in the GCC.
Electricity cost in the UK is more expensive than in most countries in the EU.
Electricity bills in the country are 25 percent higher in comparison with Kuwait.
Kuwait Electricity costs are more than double in the Netherlands.
Electricity tariff in the kingdom is 25 per cent higher than Kuwait.
Saudi Arabia is one of OPEC’s largest producers and one of its poorest countries.
The country’s average annual electricity costs more than twice the price of the United Kingdom.
Electricity and gas prices in Saudi Arabia are higher than those in the European Union.
Electricity electricity in Saudi Arabian Arabia are around $10,000 more than other European countries.
Saudi Electricity rates are more expensive in the Kingdom than in any other Arab country.
Electricity price in the Saudi Kingdom is nearly 80 percent higher on average than in other Arab countries.
Electricity charges in Saudi Al Sabah are more costly than in many other countries in OPEC.
Electricity charge in Saudi-Arabia is 80 percent more expensive per year, compared with electricity in other OPEC countries.
Energy cost in Saudi’s energy market is 20 times higher than other countries.