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

Since 2014, Iceland Mean Equivalised Net Income (Before Social Transfers Excluding Pensions) of Households with Two or More Adults Without Dependent Children jumped by 6% year on year. At €34,892 in 2019, the country was number 4 among other countries in Mean Equivalised Net Income (Before Social Transfers Excluding Pensions) of Households with Two or More Adults Without Dependent Children. Iceland is overtaken by Norway, which was ranked number 3 at €45,980 and is followed by Denmark at €33,975. Switzerland lead the ranking with €54,333 in 2019, that is an increase of 2.9% compared to 2018. Latvia recorded the best 5 years average growth at +8.3% per year, while Norway witnessed the worst performance at -1.4% per year.

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Date Euros
2019 34,892.00
2018 34,313.00
2017 33,722.00
2016 34,919.00
2015 30,330.00
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How does Iceland 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
3 #3
Norway
45,980.00 2019 +2.8 % -1.4 % View data
4 #4
Iceland
34,892.00 2019 +1.7 % +6.0 % View data
5 #5
Denmark
33,975.00 2019 -0.8 % +2.6 % View data
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