The given table illustrates the comparison of annual income per person in eight different European countries: Austria, Belgium, Greece, Italy, Luxembourg, Poland, Nrtherlands and United Kingdom in 2008 and 2013, including the percenrage growth in those two years.
Overall, there are 4 countries ecperienced an increase in annual income(Austria, Belgium, Luxembourg and Poland), which Poland was top of the list. By contrast, Greece, Italy, and United Kingdom underwent a decrease in annual income, and Netherlands remained the same.
The average annual income per persom of 4 countries increase from 2008 to 2013. A Polish person’s annual imcome climbed from 18000 to 20000 US dollars between 2008 and 2013(at 22%). Countries trailed behind were Luxembourg, Belgium and Austria increased at 17%, 15%, 13%, respectively.
Greece, Italy, and United Kingdom witnessed a decline in annuls income per person. A Greek annusl income reduced 3000 US dollars between 2008 and 2013, which was -13% growth. Next came Italy, which had a -12% decrease. The annual income per Briton dropped from 28000 to 27000 US dollars, having a -4% growth. Last came Netherlands, which plateaued in 2008 and 2013 at 29000 US dollars per person.