Publication - Statistics

Poverty and Income Inequality in Scotland: 2013/14

Published: 25 Jun 2015
Part of:
Statistics
ISBN:
9781785444975

The latest National Statistics on poverty and income inequality in Scotland, up to and including 2013/14.

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79 page PDF

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Contents
Poverty and Income Inequality in Scotland: 2013/14
Table A9: Median equivalised weekly household income in Scotland: 1994/95 to 2012/13 (2013/14 prices)

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Table A9: Median equivalised weekly household income in Scotland: 1994/95 to 2012/13 (2013/14 prices)

Children, working age adults and pensioners

Children

Working Age Adults

Pensioners

Before Housing Costs

After Housing Costs

Before Housing Costs

After Housing Costs

Before Housing Costs

After Housing Costs

1994/95

334

277

432

364

284

250

1995/96

319

258

422

351

289

248

1996/97

325

263

442

372

287

253

1997/98

337

271

450

380

317

287

1998/99

360

300

448

384

329

288

1999/00

349

291

460

393

333

299

2000/01

365

317

455

393

354

322

2001/02

376

327

490

430

362

341

2002/03

401

346

494

434

362

338

2003/04

431

378

505

454

375

354

2004/05

418

361

515

460

389

374

2005/06

427

375

515

462

389

381

2006/07

419

373

520

466

386

382

2007/08

437

390

520

475

394

399

2008/09

429

372

529

476

414

415

2009/10

452

397

534

482

425

410

2010/11

424

372

503

444

414

400

2011/12

413

360

494

432

408

390

2012/13

407

350

485

418

416

400

2013/14

403

348

501

439

402

392

Source: HBAI dataset, DWP.


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