per capita income

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Noun1.per capita income - the total national income divided by the number of people in the nation
income - the financial gain (earned or unearned) accruing over a given period of time
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By: 2030, the size of its economy could double, resulting in the near-doubling of the income per head of its large population.
Maltas high national income per head, robust economic growth, large net external creditor position, and strong governance indicators led to another positive credit rating, this time by Fitch Ratings.
Estonia's income per head will likely converge to the 'A' median in 2019, but it is only around 60% of the 'AA' median and around 70% of the eurozone average (in purchasing parity terms).
Figures from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) showed real household disposable income per head dropped by 1.
While disposable incomes in Wales rose faster than the UK average over the latest year, the statistics reveal that the value of disposable income per head in Wales was above Northern Ireland but behind the value for England and Scotland.
Nearly ten years on from the start of our most recent economic crisis in 2007, which is fast becoming the UK's 'lost decade', we can observe that despite operation and innovation in macroeconomic policies income per head has not recovered especially well, it only passed the peak of 2007 GDP per head in 2015.
According to PwC's Good Growth for Cities 2014 report, Liverpool saw the largest improvement in income equality and the fourth largest rise in income per head out of any UK city.
Mind you, the average disposable income per head was PS8,565.
The region has the lowest average income per head of anywhere in the country so will be disproportionately hit, said the union organisation.
Its disposable income per head stands at PS16,520, which is below the UK average of PS17,559 but up 3% on 2014 levels.
The average income of the richest five per cent was still some 80 times estimated income per head.
For instance, Vietnam has the same health as the US had in 1980 but at present the same income per head as the US had in 1920.