Mean and median income by household type - Single male - 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 - Single male - Mean equivalised net income - Purchasing power standard (PPS) with 35,058 Purchasing power standard (PPS) followed by Germany and Austria. On the other end of the scale was Portugal with 9,630 Purchasing power standard (PPS), Ireland with 12,233 Purchasing power standard (PPS) and Finland with 12,415 Purchasing power standard (PPS).

$9.99

Buy Mean and median income by household type - Single male - Mean equivalised net income - Purchasing power standard (PPS) data for all countries.

from $199/month

Buy annual subscriptions for all our products.

Countries Unit 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001
Austria Purchasing power standard (PPS) 15,580 15,258 15,797 17,314 19,211    
Belgium Purchasing power standard (PPS) 13,647 15,006 16,424 16,984 17,207    
Finland Purchasing power standard (PPS) ... 9,900 10,736 10,598 11,012    
France Purchasing power standard (PPS) 12,457 12,818 13,468 13,978 14,496    
Germany Purchasing power standard (PPS) 14,180 14,921 15,837 15,565 15,400    
Ireland Purchasing power standard (PPS) 9,539 10,141 10,315 11,628 11,696    
Italy Purchasing power standard (PPS) 13,269 14,261 13,087 14,578 14,765    
Luxembourg Purchasing power standard (PPS) 28,337 30,484 28,366 29,895 31,220    
Netherlands Purchasing power standard (PPS) 12,791 12,992 14,576 15,681 17,634    
Portugal Purchasing power standard (PPS) 6,977 8,862 8,765 8,962 9,185    
Spain Purchasing power standard (PPS) 11,019 12,300 13,014 13,460 12,786    
United Kingdom Purchasing power standard (PPS) 13,959 14,066 14,735 15,574 15,720