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Annual household disposable income per capita in Sweden from 2007 to 2017
(in SEK)
Household disposable income per capita in Sweden 2007-2017
The annual household disposable income per capita increased every year during the period from 2007 to 2017. In 2017, the annual average disposable income per household amounted to 474.3 thousand Swedish kronor, and per capita this was around 215.7 thousand Swedish kronor.

Highest average disposable income for cohabiting with adult children

    The highest disposable household income was cohabiting couples with adult children that were between 20 to 29 years old. For these households, the average income was 908.4 thousand Swedish kronor per year, which is almost the double amount of the average amount of household disposable income in 2017.   

Lowest disposable income for the most common household type

    The most common household type in 2018 was a single-person household, which composed around 1.8 million households. This household type was also the one with the lowest disposable income in 2017, which amounted to on average 246.7 thousand Swedish kronor per year.
Annual household disposable income per capita in Sweden from 2007 to 2017
(in SEK)
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Sources

Release date

May 2018

Region

Sweden

Survey time period

2007 to 2017

Supplementary notes

The source adds the following information: "Per capita calculation has been made with the whole of Sweden's population as a base. Household non-profit organizations are not included.
The figures have been inflation-adjusted with the CPI."

Household disposable income per capita in Sweden 2007-2017
The annual household disposable income per capita increased every year during the period from 2007 to 2017. In 2017, the annual average disposable income per household amounted to 474.3 thousand Swedish kronor, and per capita this was around 215.7 thousand Swedish kronor.

Highest average disposable income for cohabiting with adult children

    The highest disposable household income was cohabiting couples with adult children that were between 20 to 29 years old. For these households, the average income was 908.4 thousand Swedish kronor per year, which is almost the double amount of the average amount of household disposable income in 2017.   

Lowest disposable income for the most common household type

    The most common household type in 2018 was a single-person household, which composed around 1.8 million households. This household type was also the one with the lowest disposable income in 2017, which amounted to on average 246.7 thousand Swedish kronor per year.
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