Mean and median income by household type - One adult younger than 64 years - Mean equivalised net income - Purchasing power standard (PPS)

Based on a comparison of 12 countries in 2001, Luxembourg ranked the highest in Mean and median income by household type - One adult younger than 64 years - Mean equivalised net income - Purchasing power standard (PPS) with 31,235 Purchasing power standard (PPS) followed by United Kingdom and Austria. On the other end of the scale was Finland with 11,868 Purchasing power standard (PPS), Portugal with 12,005 Purchasing power standard (PPS) and Ireland with 14,548 Purchasing power standard (PPS).

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Countries Unit 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001
Austria Purchasing power standard (PPS) 15,120 14,289 15,014 15,602 16,861    
Belgium Purchasing power standard (PPS) 13,822 14,970 16,506 16,818 16,972    
Finland Purchasing power standard (PPS) ... 9,689 10,346 10,225 10,584    
France Purchasing power standard (PPS) 11,827 12,506 12,957 13,729 13,991    
Germany Purchasing power standard (PPS) 14,207 14,540 14,957 14,904 14,982    
Ireland Purchasing power standard (PPS) 13,197 12,085 12,096 13,570 13,311    
Italy Purchasing power standard (PPS) 13,071 13,517 12,967 13,760 14,014    
Luxembourg Purchasing power standard (PPS) 26,904 26,967 26,117 26,223 27,211    
Netherlands Purchasing power standard (PPS) 11,605 11,885 13,218 14,194 15,981    
Portugal Purchasing power standard (PPS) 8,030 9,357 8,158 10,025 9,441    
Spain Purchasing power standard (PPS) 11,868 12,852 13,470 13,513 13,384    
United Kingdom Purchasing power standard (PPS) 14,160 14,232 15,178 16,470 16,665