The table illustrates information on average yearly income in US dollar per person in eight European countries in between 2008 and 2013.The percentage growth is also shown during that time period.
Overall, four countries experienced a rise in per person annual income(Austria,Belgium,Luxembourg and Poland),one remained static (Netherlands) and three countries witnessed a decline in their per capita income figures ,namely ,Greece,Italy and the UK.It is remarkable that the most significant growth was in Poland while the most considerable decline was in the UK .
Of the four countries that experienced a growth in income rate, the largest increase was seen in Poland,$18000 to $22000 from2008 till 2013,that is a 22%rise. Luxembourg also registered a rise in earning ,albeit not as high as Poland (17% compared to 22%)meaning that it had the largest income rate in the sample of eight countries with 35000US dollars.
A rise in income was also seen in Austria and Belgium,that grew by 13% and 15% respectively.
Netherland was the only country ,which had a yearly static personal income throughout this period.The figure remained 29000 US dollar in each year.This meant that it stood at the second position in terms of per capita income rate among the eight countries.
Finally,Greece,Italy and the UK experienced a drop in annual income rate accounted for 13%,12%and 4% respectively .It is noteworthy that the highest decline was observed in the UK(from $28000 to $27000,in between 2008 and 2018.)