Germany - Mean Equivalised Net Income (Before Social Transfers Excluding Pensions) of Households with Two or More Adults Without Dependent Children

Since 2014, Germany Mean Equivalised Net Income (Before Social Transfers Excluding Pensions) of Households with Two or More Adults Without Dependent Children grew 2.8% year on year. In 2019, the country was ranked number 13 among other countries in Mean Equivalised Net Income (Before Social Transfers Excluding Pensions) of Households with Two or More Adults Without Dependent Children at €27,150. Germany is overtaken by France, which was ranked number 12 at €28,037 and is followed by Belgium with €26,116. Switzerland topped the ranking with €54,333 in 2019, that is +2.9% compared to 2018. Luxembourg, Norway and Iceland respectively ranked number 2, 3 and 4 in this ranking. Latvia witnessed the best average annual growth at +8.3% per year, while Norway recorded the worst performance at -1.4% per year.

Loading...

Date Euros
2019 27,150.00
2018 26,859.00
2017 26,238.00
2016 25,403.00
2015 24,547.00
Download all data from 2005 to 2019

How does Germany rank in Mean Equivalised Net Income (Before Social Transfers Excluding Pensions) of Households with Two or More Adults Without Dependent Children?

# 35 Countries Euros Last YoY 5‑years CAGR
1 #1
Switzerland
54,333.00 2019 +2.9 % +2.6 % View data
2 #2
Luxembourg
52,407.00 2019 -1.1 % +4.6 % View data
12 #12
France
28,037.00 2019 +1.9 % +0.2 % View data
13 #13
Germany
27,150.00 2019 +1.1 % +2.8 % View data
14 #14
Belgium
26,116.00 2019 +0.6 % +2.1 % View data
Compare all 35 countries

Go Top