The headline of the infographic is “Statutory minimum wages in the EU: This is how much an hour of work is worth.” It is a map of Europe showing the EU Member States in four different colours. The col-ours provide information on the different minimum wage levels in the various EU Member States in purchasing power standard (PPS). A key groups Member States into four categories. First category: EU Member States without a statutory minimum wage. These include Austria, Cyprus, Denmark, Finland, Italy and Sweden. Second category: Bulgaria, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Estonia, Greece, Hungary, Latvia, Portugal and Slovakia have minimum wages below five euros. Third category: Lithua-nia, Malta, Poland, Romania, Slovenia and Spain are EU countries with minimum wages between five euros and 6 euros and 99 cents. Foruth category: EU countries with a minimum wage of 7 euros or more. These include Belgium, France, Germany, Italy, Luxembourg and the Netherlands.