Location Factors

Overview

Results

City Country Calculated Factor €30,000 / year🚫⭕️ €60,000 / year🚫⭕️ €90,000 / year🚫⭕️
Berlin
🇩🇪
Germany
1.00 €30,000 €60,000 €90,000 🚫⭕️
Hamburg
🇩🇪
Germany
1.11 €33,395 €66,790 €100,185 🚫⭕️❗️
Munich
🇩🇪
Germany
1.21 €36,236 €72,471 €108,707 🚫⭕️❗️
Cologne
🇩🇪
Germany
1.03 €30,766 €61,532 €92,298 🚫⭕️❗️
Stuttgart
🇩🇪
Germany
1.09 €32,715 €65,429 €98,143 🚫⭕️❗️
Düsseldorf
🇩🇪
Germany
1.07 €32,098 €64,196 €96,293 🚫⭕️❗️
Dortmund
🇩🇪
Germany
1.00 €30,000 €60,000 €90,000 🚫⭕️❗️
Essen
🇩🇪
Germany
1.00 €30,000 €60,000 €90,000 🚫⭕️❗️
Dresden
🇩🇪
Germany
1.00 €30,000 €60,000 €90,000 🚫⭕️❗️
Hanover
🇩🇪
Germany
1.00 €30,000 €60,000 €90,000 🚫⭕️❗️
Nuremberg
🇩🇪
Germany
1.00 €30,000 €60,000 €90,000 🚫⭕️❗️
Duisburg
🇩🇪
Germany
1.00 €30,000 €60,000 €90,000 🚫⭕️❗️
Augsburg
🇩🇪
Germany
1.00 €30,000 €60,000 €90,000 🚫⭕️❗️
Aachen
🇩🇪
Germany
1.00 €30,000 €60,000 €90,000 🚫⭕️❗️
Frankfurt
🇩🇪
Germany
1.12 €33,538 €67,075 €100,612 🚫⭕️❗️
Leipzig
🇩🇪
Germany
1.00 €30,000 €60,000 €90,000 🚫⭕️❗️
Potsdam
🇩🇪
Germany
1.00 €30,000 €60,000 €90,000 🚫⭕️❗️
Brandenburg
🇩🇪
Germany
1.00 €30,000 €60,000 €90,000 🚫⭕️❗️
Baden-Württemberg
🇩🇪
Germany
1.00 €30,000 €60,000 €90,000 🚫⭕️❗️
Bayern
🇩🇪
Germany
1.03 €30,921 €61,841 €92,762 🚫⭕️❗️
Bremen
🇩🇪
Germany
1.00 €30,000 €60,000 €90,000 🚫⭕️❗️
Hessen
🇩🇪
Germany
1.00 €30,000 €60,000 €90,000 🚫⭕️❗️
Mecklenburg-Vorpommern
🇩🇪
Germany
1.00 €30,000 €60,000 €90,000 🚫⭕️❗️
Niedersachsen
🇩🇪
Germany
1.06 €31,916 €63,831 €95,747 🚫⭕️❗️
Nordrhein-Westfalen
🇩🇪
Germany
1.16 €34,901 €69,802 €104,702 🚫⭕️❗️
Rheinland-Pfalz
🇩🇪
Germany
1.00 €30,000 €60,000 €90,000 🚫⭕️❗️
Schleswig-Holstein
🇩🇪
Germany
1.00 €30,000 €60,000 €90,000 🚫⭕️❗️
Saarland
🇩🇪
Germany
1.00 €30,000 €60,000 €90,000 🚫⭕️❗️
Sachsen
🇩🇪
Germany
1.00 €30,000 €60,000 €90,000 🚫⭕️❗️
Sachsen-Anhalt
🇩🇪
Germany
1.01 €30,423 €60,846 €91,269 🚫⭕️❗️
Thüringen
🇩🇪
Germany
1.00 €30,000 €60,000 €90,000 🚫⭕️❗️

Add Salary

Or try one of these:

Add Location

Or try one of these:

Calculation

$$ salary = salary_{base} \times factor $$
Proportional - multiplies the base salary with the location factor.
Reverse - treats the input value as local salary and calculates which base salary this would correspond to.
Fixed Offset - calculates a fixed offset from the median salary and location factor, adds it to the base salary.
Mixed - proportional for values below median salary, fixed offset after
Converge - amplifies factor for salaries below the median and reduces factor for salaries above median.
Buffer - use the location part of Buffer's open salary formula.