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Survey of Income and Living Conditions (SILC) Main Results

Survey of Income and Living Conditions (SILC) Main Results


Description2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015
Income
Nominal Income - Equivalised disposable income per individual
Median 18,591 18,148 18,276 18,262 18,864 20,000
Mean 22,138 21,440 21,578 21,995 22,396 23,301
At Risk of Poverty Threshold: 60% of Median Income 11,155 10,889 10,966 10,957 11,318 12,000
Real Income - Equivalised disposable income per individual
Median 19,273 18,555 18,276 18,078 18,623 19,772
Mean 22,950 21,920 21,578 21,773 22,109 23,035
Poverty and deprivation rates%%%%%%
At Risk of Poverty Rate 14.7 16.0 17.3 16.5 17.2 16.9
Deprivation Rate 22.6 24.5 26.9 30.5 29.0 25.5
Consistent Poverty Rate 6.3 6.9 8.5 9.1 8.8 8.7


Footnote

Deflator Base Year = 2012 (Median Real Household Disposable Income, Mean Real Household Disposable Income, Median Equivalised Real Disposable Income and Mean Equivalised Real Disposable Income) Deprivation Rate: An individual is defined as being deprived if they experience two or more forms of enforced deprivation Median Real, Mean Real, Median Nominal and Mean Nominal Household Disposable Incomes are averaged over households WHILE Median Equivalised Real, Mean Equivalised Real, Median Equivalised Nominal and Mean Equivalised Nominal Disposable Incomes are averaged over individuals within the household Sex, Age Group, Principal Economic Status (aged 16 years and over) and Highest Level of Education Completed refers to that of the head of household in the ‘At Risk of Poverty Rate’, ‘Deprivation Rate’ and ‘Consistent Poverty Rate’ figures
See Background Notes


Median equivalised nominal disposable income
Poverty rates