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Equivalent disposable monetary income by age of person in 1995 - 2017

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Due to revisions to income concepts the figures for 1995-2009 and 2010-2017 are not fully comparable with each other.
Data in EUR given at year 2017 value.
Unit of analysis: individual. Equivalence scale: modified OECD (1-0.5-0.3).
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Age

Age group

Data

Number of persons

Number of persons

Gini coefficient, equivalent disposable monetary income

The Gini coefficient is the most common indicator describing income differences. The higher value the Gini coefficient gets, the more unequally is income distributed. The biggest possible value for the Gini coefficient is one. Then the highest earning income recipient receives all the income. The smallest Gini coefficient value is 0, when the income of all income recipients is equal. In the income distribution statistics, Gini coefficients are presented as percentages (multiplied by one hundred). The Gini coefficient describes relative income differences. The Gini coefficient does not change if the incomes of all income earners change by the same percentage.

Mean, equivalent disposable monetary income

Equivalent income is an income concept by which incomes of households of different types are made comparable by taking account of shared consumption benefits.

Median, equivalent disposable monetary income

Equivalent income is an income concept by which incomes of households of different types are made comparable by taking account of shared consumption benefits.

Median. personal disposable monetary income ( household income components allocated to persons)

Personal disposable income, where household income components (child benefit, social assistance, general housing allowance, housing allowance of pensioners) have been allocated to individual household members. Child benefit has been divided equally among couples, other benefits equally among adult household members

Median, personal disposable moneteary income (household income components allocated to persons)

Personal disposable income, where household income components (child benefit, social assistance, general housing allowance, housing allowance of pensioners) have been allocated to individual household members. Child benefit has been divided equally among couples, other benefits equally among adult household members.

Mean, personal disposable monetary income (no division of household income components)

Personal income, where social benefits paid on the basis of household criteria are included in the income of the person to whom the benefit was paid (i.e. no allocation of household-specific income components).

Median. personal disposable monetary income (no division of household income components)

Henkilökohtaiset tulot, jossa kotitalouskohtaiset tulot (asumistuki, toimeentulotuki,lapsilisät) ova mukana tuloissa ja sen henkilön tuloa, jolle etuus on maksettu.