Four Lithuanians have been ranked among the highest earning professionals in the institutions of the European Union.
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Egidijus Jarašiūnas, a Signatory of the Act of Independence, is the highest earning Lithuanian on this list. A judge at the European Court of Justice earns €381,700 annually. However, he is on 59th place in the overall list.

European Commissioner Vytenis Andriukaitis took 81st place with a €372,000 annual salary. Egidijus Bieliūnas, a judge at the EU General Court took 131st place with a total yearly salary of €352,700.

Former Lithuanian representative at the European Court of Auditors Rasa Budbergytė took 159th place with an annual wage of €328,000.

The list, based on officially submitted statistics, has been compiled and published by British Eurosceptic UKIP party.

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