This Wednesday the National Institute of Statistics and Censuses (Indec) revealed data on the distribution of income in the first quarter of 2022. According to the new percentages, an improvement in the level of equity was registered, compared to the same period last year.
Between January and March last, the per capita family income of people reached a value of 0.430 points, against 0.445 in the same period of 2021, which represented a decrease in inequality based on the Gini Coefficient, a mathematical relationship that has 0 (zero) as the level of greatest equality and 1 (one) as the one with the greatest imbalance.
The INDEC study showed that 60.4% of the total population (17,546,900 people) received some income, the average of which is equal to $64,737.
While according to the individual income scale, the average income of the low stratum is equivalent to $23,628; that of the middle class to $60,689; and that of the high stratum at $155,153.
On the other hand, it reported that men had an average income of $75,552, while women received $54,205.