Norway Salary Guide

It’s always useful to know the salary levels in your work field, especially if you have just moved or you’d like to move to Oslo or Norway. To help you with such information quickly, here is a compilation of Complete Norway Salary List.

The data is based on average salaries per month (gross) for the various professions in all sectors (public and private), both sexes, and both full-time and part-time positions. Official Data is provided by Statistisk Sentralbyrå (Statistics Norway) 2015/2016. Salaries in NOK (Norwegian Crowns)

Without further ado, here is the Norway Salary Guide

1. Directors (oil and gas extraction) 104900
2. Shipbrokers 96800
3. Financial Brokers 91200
4. Senior managers in public administration 89200
5. Managers (insurance and financial activities) 84000
6. Geologists and geophysicists 83900
7. Pilots 83000
8. Medical Specialists 76800
9. Financial and CFOs 75900
10. Research and development managers 75100

11. Civil Engineers 75100
12. Air traffic controllers 74300
13. Judges 72700
14. CEOs 72500
15. Chief of Staff 72300
16. Directors (ICT devices) 69300
17. Sales and Marketing Managers 68000
18. Directors (industrial production) 65400
19. Civil Engineers (Electrical Engineering) 65400
20. Engineers in oil, drilling, metallurgy 65400
21. General practitioners 63800
22. Control operators (oil and natural gas) 63200
23. Civil Engineers (maritime) 62600
24. Civil engineers (electronics) 62400
25. Jurist and lawyer 62300
26. Politicians 61700
27. Ship Machinists 61300
28. PR and CIOs 60800
29. Merchant Navy Deck Officer 60100
30. Chemists 59700
31. Real estate agents and managers 59700
32. Managers of logistics and transport 59300
33. Dentists 59300
34. Financial and investment advisors 59100
35. Analysts (economics) 59100
36. Civil Engineers (construction) 58700
37. Civil Engineers (chemistry) 58700
38. Directors Industrial fishing 57900
39. Directors (Strategy and Planning) 57700
40. Financial analysts 57300
41. Sales Consultants (medical products) 57200
42. Physicists and astronomers 56900
43. System analysts 56600
44. Security analysts 56600
45. Civil Engineers (telecommunications) 56300
46. ​​Operators in drilling 56300
47. Senior managers in organizations 56200
48. Directors of healthcare 55900
49. Officers and graduates 55800
50. Directors (construction) 55400
51. Civil Engineers (industrial production) 55400
52. Architects 54500
53. Pharmacists 54300
54. Sales consultants in ICT products 54100
55. Health and environmental controllers 53900
56. Software developers 53600
57. Trains and subway drivers 53600
58. Database designers and administrators 53500
59. Chemical engineers 53500
60. Directors of education and teaching 53400
61. Landscape Architects 53400
62. Electric Power Engineers 53300
63. Electronics Engineers 52700
64. Accountants, Consultants 52600
65. Biologists, botanists, zoologists 52500
66. Senior Managers 52400
67. System Administrators 51900
68. Scientists, social sciences 51500
69. Mechanics in aeronautical sciences 51500
70. Blasting workers 51200
71. Environmental Consultant 51100
72. Directors in forestry, horticultural 50900
73. Insurance Agents 50900
74. Directors (social services) 50800
75. Mathematicians, statisticians 50800
76. Professional training, career counselors 50100
77. Mechanical engineers 49900
78. Network and system engineers, ICT 49600
79. Urban planners 49500
80. Supervisors H.R. office 49500
81. Structural engineers 49200
82. Organization Advisors 49100
83. Consultant (development) 49100
84. Authors 49000
85. Psychologists 48900
86. Midwives 48600
87. Directors 48400
88. Agronomist 48300
89. Supervisor, construction 48300
90. Program managers in TV and radio 48200
91. Control Operators within chemical processing 48200
92. Other general managers in service industries 48200
93. Purchasing manager 48100
94. Meteorologists 48000
95. Operating Engineers, ICT 47600
96. Directors (care for children) 47400
97. Teachers (University and college lecturers) 47400
98. Sellers 47400
99. Sports, recreation, cultural center managers 47200
100. Clerics occupations 47200

101. Veterinarians 47000
102. Nutritionists 47000
103. Internet specialists 47000
104. Quantity surveyor 46700
105. Information Adviser 46700
106. Creative and marketing consultants 46400
107. Loan Officer Credit Manager 46400
108. Police Officers 46400
109. Journalists 46100
110. Product designers 46000
111. Specialists in pedagogy 46000
112. Meeting and event planners 45600
113. Energy Control Operators 45200
114. Accountants 45100
115. CAD drafters 45000
116. Teachers (High school) 44900
117. Conductor (Train) 44900
118. Higher officers (public/private sectors) 44800
119. Hotel managers 44600
120. Retail Managers 44600
121. Professional Nurses 44500
122. Appraisers 44200
123. Electrotechnical 43900
124. Fireman 43800
125. Professional Divers 43800
126. Control Operators in metal production 43500
127. Freight forwarder 43100
128. Riggers 43100
129. Supervisor, industry 43000
130. Athletes 42800
131. Conductors, composers, musicians 42600
132. Skilled Teachers 42100
133. H.R. Employees 42100
134. Optometrists 42000
135. Primary Teachers 41800
136. Forest Technicians 41800
137. Executive Assistant 41700
138. Graphic and multimedia designers 41600
139. Logistics Employees 41600
140. Nurses 41100
141. Specialist teachers 41100
142. Apothecary 41000
143. Store Manager 40900
144. Archivists and curators 40600
145. Payroll Specialist 40500
146. Social educators 40300
147. Specialist IT/Telecom 40300
148. Fishers 40100
149. Radio/television experts 40000
150. Radiographs 39900
151. Choreographers and dancers 39800
152. Support, ICT 39800
153. Accounting staff 39700
154. Operators in the chemical industry 39700
155. Photographers and cinematographers 39600
156. Driving School Teachers 39600
157. Insurance and finance employees 39500
158. Deck and machine crew (ship) 39500
159. Refrigeration Installers etc. 39400
160. Actors 39300
161. Prosthesis and dental experts 39300
162. Translators interprets 39200
163. Consultant in social fields 39100
164. Agricultural experts 39100
165. Bioengineers 39100
166. Skilled Miners 39100
167. Crane and elevator operators, etc. 39100
168. Consultant Humanities & Social Sciences 38800
169. Paramedics 38800
170. Graphic Artists 38800
171. Aquaculture Workers 38700
172. Coaches and sports trainers 38600
173. Flight and Transport Controller 38500
174. Turbine operators 38500
175. Librarians, Info Points 38400
176. Funeral Service Workers 38200
177. Physiotherapists 38100
178. Legal Assistant 38100
179. Prison Officers 38100
180. Electronic services 38100
181. Community workers (social fields) 38000
182. Industrial mechanics 37900
183. Electricians 37900
184. Restaurant Managers 37800
185. Speech-language specialist 37800
186. Customs officials 37700
187. Energy Installers 37700
188. Service debt recovery 37500
189. Carpenters 37500
190. Dental hygienists 37400
191. Interior designers and decorators 37400
192. Archive Assistants 37400
193. Bio Expert (non-medical laboratories) 37300
194. Occupational therapist 37100
195. Tax Officials 37100
196. Stone Cutter and Carver 37000
197. Toolmaker 37000
198. Preschool teachers 36700
199. Data Entry Operator 36700
200. Health Skilled 36500

201. Plumbers 36500
202. Tool & Precision Instrument Maker 36500
203. Hygiene Healthcheck Operators 36400
204. Skilled Backhoe Operators 36400
205. Information Desk Employees 36300
206. Employees (travel agencies), etc. 36200
207. Print workers 36200
208. Work Mediators 36100
209. Welders 36100
210. Religious occupations 35900
211. Retail Department Managers 35900
212. Tapping, Label Machine Operator 35900
213. Installers of electrical products 35900
214. Officers with Sergeant degree 35900
215. Office Employees 35800
216. Installers of mechanical products 35600
217. Executive officer (social services) 35500
218. Supervisor Housekeeping 35500
219. Telephone and Internet sellers 35300
220. Insulators, etc. 35300
221. Customer Service Employees 35200
222. Store Keeper 35000
223. Operators in the production of beton 35000
224. Client managers, bank and post office 34900
225. Operators (metallurgical field) 34700
226. Equipment Maintainer 34600
227. Head Chefs 34400
228. Tickets Seller 34200
229. Turners, etc. 34200
230. T.I.R. drivers 34200
231. Flight and boat assistants, etc. 34100
232. Copper and tinsmiths 34100
233. Chimney sweepers, etc. 34000
234. Metalworkers34000
235. Operators (production of rubber products) 34000
236. Gold and silversmiths, engravers etc. 33900
237. Cleaning managers in enterprises 33800
238. Bricklayers 33800
239. Concrete Finishers 33800
240. Roofers 33700
241. Auto mechanic 33700
242. Assistant Bricklayers in construction 33700
243. Tilers 33600
244. Bus drivers and tram drivers 33500
245. Tailors, etc. 33300
246. Truck Drivers 33300
247. Glass Workers 33100
248. Carpenters and joiners 33000
249. Operators (plastic company) 33000
250. Skilled Switchboard Operators 32900
251. Postman and courier 32900
252. Painters and decorators 32900
253. Security Guards 32800
254. Packagers 32800
255. Sports- and activity instructors 32700
256. Furniture upholstery, etc. 32700
257. Operators in the wood processing 32600
258. Sanitation Workers 32600
259. Foundry Worker 32500
260. Telecommunications and ICT installers 32500
261. Butchers, fishmongers etc. 32500
262. Operators (glass and ceramic manufacturing) 32500
263. Health Assistant 32400
264. Agricultural and forestry machine operators 32400
265. Receptionists (excl. Hotel) 32200
266. Operators (textile production) 32200
267. Operators (food production) 32100
268. Cabinet-maker 31900
269. Delivery Man, etc. 31900
270. Demonstration Sellers 31600
271. Home Helps 31600
272. Bakers, confectioners, etc. 31400
273. Cargo-handling workers 31400
274. Chefs 31300
275. Paper Products Machine Operators 31300
276. Library Assistants 31200
277. Forest Service 31100
278. Operators (timber production) 30900
279. Car, taxi and last drivers 30800
280. Bookbinders, etc. 30700
281. Simple workers in the construction 30300
282. Recycling Workers 30300
283. Weaving Industry 30100
284. Handy Man 30000
285. Cosmetology, etc. 29900
286. Cleaners in enterprises 29900
287. School Assistants 29800
288. Travel guides 29700
289. Kindergarten, after-school assistants etc. 29700
290. Gardeners 29600
291. Egg and poultry producers 29600
292. Weavers, knitters etc(handicraft production) 29600
293. Advertising Distributors, etc. 29600
294. Car Wash workers 29400
295. Retail Employees 29300
296. Dry cleaning and laundry machine operators 28900
297. Simple workers in horticulture, etc. 28800
298. Animal Caregivers 28600
299. Bingo hosts, bookmakers, etc. 28600
300. Zookeepers, trainers, etc. 28400
301. Cleaners in private homes 28200
302. Clerk Shelf 28200
303. Hairdressers 28000
304. Hotel reseption worker 27500
305. Simple workers combined use 27400
306. Milking and livestock producers 27200
307. Kitchen Assistants 26800
308. Service Employees (gas station) 26200
309. Plant and livestock producers (combined use) 26200
310. Waiters 25900
311. Bartenders 25800
312. Fast-food, coffee shop employees, etc. 25700
313. Simple workers in livestock production 25100
314. Simple worker in new growth production 24100