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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Annual income per head of population, measured by the International Monetary Fund (IMF), amounts to only $18,000, putting China between the Dominican Republic and Azerbaijan.
The average income per head of population in Scotland increased by 17.7% between 2008 and 2017, compared to a rise of 21.4% for the UK as a whole.
It is thought to be contributing to less disposable household income per head in Coventry than the West Midlands and national average - PS14,555 in 2017 compared to PS16,885 and PS19,988 respectively.
It is thought to be contributing to less disposable household income per head inthan the West Midlands and national average -- [pounds sterling]14,555 in 2017 compared to [pounds sterling]16,885 and [pounds sterling]19,988 respectively.
This is the sixth-lowest disposable income per head across the UK, where the average is PS19,514.
[USPRwire, Tue Apr 09 2019] The macroeconomic factor such as growing urbanization coupled with a change of consumer's attitude toward fast fashion, and increase in the average income per head in many countries is further augmenting the growth for Cloth Cutting Machines Market .
Income per head Often people do a match day head count and multiply that figure by an estimate of average ticket price, often around the PS20 mark.
This would mean a fall in income per head of 2.6% per year (net of the savings from no - membership fees).
This growth meant increasing income per head of the population 25 times.
I f the income per head of a country falls below one-quarter of the income per head in the USA, then that country is said to be backward, underdeveloped, or developing.
Scotland is a rich and successful nation, in the top 25 global economies in terms of income per head, and ranks near the top of the UK on most long-term indicators.
Malta's ratings reflect its high income per head compared with the 'A' median, robust economic growth and a large net external creditor position, together with eurozone membership.