There are sources for developer salaries by country, like this. Realize that they may not tell the whole story, like cost of living, taxes, services you get, benefits, etc.
You mention “entry level” - be aware that the first job you get is very difficult to get and you may not have the option of being picky. They are hard enough to get, but trying to get a fully remote, location independent first job might be extremely difficult.
Also keep in mind that you may not be able to get an “employee” position, but a contractor position - that’s fine if that’s what you want - some companies/countries have certain rules.
And keep in mind that some companies are becoming aware of the arbitrage that people get if they take a high paying salary in Silicon Valley but live on a beach in Thailand - some pay less if you live somewhere cheap. At least that’s what I’ve heard. I’m sure it’s still very good, but it may be less.
If you’re starting out, my advice would be to just get any job you can. Just work that for a couple years and then you’ll be able to get a lot more flexibility.