Median Personal Income in Australia 2011-2018


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Australian Annual Personal Median Income.

The Median personal income in Australia during 2017-18 was $49,805 per year.

In 2017-18 the Australian Capital Territory had the highest median income at $64,332 per year.
Tasmania had the lowest median income at $45,546 per year.

Median Income of Employees 2017-18:

(This covers employees in Australia)

  • 2011-12: $43,173
  • 2012-13: $44,644, a rise of 3.41%
  • 2013-14: $45,725, a rise of 2.42%
  • 2014-15: $46,999, a rise of 2.79%
  • 2015-16: $48,413, a rise of 3.01%
  • 2016-17: $49,083, a rise of 1.38%
  • 2017-18: $50,861, a rise of 3.62%

Total Median Income 2017-18:

(This includes self employed and pensioners etc)

  • 2011-12: $42,987
  • 2012-13: $44,778, a rise of 4.17%
  • 2013-14: $45,828, a rise of 2.34%
  • 2014-15: $46,854, a rise of 2.24%
  • 2015-16: $47,692, a rise of 1.78%
  • 2016-17: $48,360, a rise of 1.40%
  • 2017-18: $49,805, a rise of 2.99%

Australian Median Total Income by State 2017-18

  1. $64,332 Australian Capital Territory
  2. $60,636 Northern Territory
  3. $52,671 Western Australia
  4. $50,153 New South Wales
  5. $49,266 Victoria
  6. $48,826 Queensland
  7. $48,354 South Australia
  8. $45,546 Tasmania

More: www.abs.gov.au
Release Date: 16/12/2020


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