Mean and median income by household type - One adult younger than 64 years - Median 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 - Median equivalised net income - Purchasing power standard (PPS) with 27,661 Purchasing power standard (PPS) followed by Austria and Germany. On the other end of the scale was Portugal with 8,835 Purchasing power standard (PPS), Finland with 10,744 Purchasing power standard (PPS) and Ireland with 11,889 Purchasing power standard (PPS).

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Countries Unit 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001
Austria Purchasing power standard (PPS) 13,301 13,496 13,547 14,143 14,378    
Belgium Purchasing power standard (PPS) 12,588 13,254 14,820 14,620 14,843    
Finland Purchasing power standard (PPS) ... 8,757 8,950 9,111 9,405    
France Purchasing power standard (PPS) 10,736 10,962 11,412 12,401 12,883    
Germany Purchasing power standard (PPS) 12,322 12,774 12,913 13,430 12,762    
Ireland Purchasing power standard (PPS) 10,541 11,311 12,043 12,457 11,125    
Italy Purchasing power standard (PPS) 11,570 11,969 11,786 12,480 12,785    
Luxembourg Purchasing power standard (PPS) 22,016 22,947 23,197 23,814 23,726    
Netherlands Purchasing power standard (PPS) 10,389 10,389 12,089 12,968 14,757    
Portugal Purchasing power standard (PPS) 5,863 6,266 5,684 7,595 8,402    
Spain Purchasing power standard (PPS) 10,000 11,088 11,261 11,163 11,974    
United Kingdom Purchasing power standard (PPS) 11,760 11,773 13,249 13,491 13,419