Monthly disposable income, or the amount of money made after income taxes, is a key indicator used to give an idea of a country’s economic strength.
Movehub produced this infographic mapping monthly disposable income around the world around the world using data from 2014.
And once again Australia punched above it’s weight coming in second.
Leading the pack is Switzerland with US$6,301 per month in disposable income.
This is nearly double the amount of the next highest countries:
- Australia (US$3,780),
- Denmark (US$3,269), and
- United States (US$3,258)