Salaries of most EU officials get adjusted by a factor called the ‘Correction Coefficient’. Your EU salary amount directly depends on where your EU institution is located. Each year Eurostat tracks how expensive (or cheap) it is to live in all EU member states and adjusts the Correction Coefficient.
Overview of salaries of administrators, assistants, secretaries/clerks and contract agents at the European Commission and other EU institutions.
One of the easiest ways to get an EU job is to apply through the EU agencies. Instead of competing with tens of thousands of applicants through EPSO, you have to succeed over tens or, at most, a few hundred applicants.
Daily Subsistence Allowance is meant the help new employees of EU institutions to help settle in their new country and role. It is a substantial financial addition to your regular EU salary.
European Commission medical examination. This article explains what it’s like and answers other frequently asked questions.