The table presents information on average annual revenue per person (in United States Dollars) in different European countries between 2008 and 2013.
Overall, four countries experienced an increase in annual profit (Poland, Luxembourg, Belgium, Austria), one country (Netherlands) remains constant, and three countries shows a decreased on their annual yield (Greece, Italy, United Kingdom). Note that the most considerable increase was seen in Poland and the most significant decline was in Greece.
Of the four countries that experienced wage increase, the largest spike was noticeably seen in Poland. This country filed a 22% increase between 2008 and 2013 (from US$ 18,000- US$ 22,000). Luxembourg experienced the second largest increase over the period at 17%. It is noteworthy that among the sample of eight countries, Luxembourg has the highest annual wage per person (with US$ 30,000- US$ 35,000) in both years. Further, an increase in annual yield can also be seen in Belgium and Austria which grew by 15% and 13%, accordingly.
Netherlands is the only country with the same annual wage over the period. In 2008, Netherlands has the second highest annual wage per person (with US$ 29,000) and ranked down to third place in 2018.
Three countries experienced a fall in their average revenue. The greatest decrease was seen in Greece, which saw a 13% decrease between 2008 and 2018 ( with US$ 23,000- US$ 20,000). It should also be noted that Greece was the country with the lowest annual wage per person in both years. Lastly, Italy also shows a decrease in annual wage growth with 12% (from US$25,000- US$ 22,000) and United Kingdom with a moderate decrease of 4% ( with US$ 28,000- US$27, 000).