Lithuania's minimum monthly wage of 800 litas, or 232 euros, was the third-lowest after Bulgaria's 138 euros and Romania's 162 euros, updated statistical data showed this week.
Luxemburg had the highest minimum wage of 1,801 euros.
In January, 20 of the EU's 27 member states, as well as Croatia and Turkey, passed national legislation setting minimum wage.
Italy, the Scandinavian countries and some other countries have no statutory national minimum wages. In these countries, wages are either determined by negotiations between social partners, at the company level or at the level of individual contracts.
Other countries, such as Germany and Cyprus, have minimum wage that applies to specific sectors or professions.
Lithuania's minimum wage as a percentage of average monthly earnings was 42 percent in 2010. In other countries, that percentage ranged from 32 percent to 50 percent.