he table gives the difference and percentages in income annually per person in eight countries in Europe basing on two dates 2008 and 2013.
Analyzing the eight European countries four show a positive increase in income while three present a decrease and one remain constant.
Looking carefully at the countries that experience a rise Luxemburg had substantial growth in revenue in 2008 the average annual income was US$ 30,000 compared, to 2013 where the average annual income was US$ 35,000 with a percentage growth of 22% basing on the dates 2008 to 2013. On the other hand, the table shows that Grece and Italy have the Biggest decrease it appears in 2008 the average revenue was US$ 23,000 and US$ 25,000 and in 2013 US $ 20,000 and US$ 22,000 and the percentage growth of -13% and -12 % respectively.
The other countries, Belgium and Poland experience the same rise of US$ 4000 between 2008 and 2013 nevertheless the rate of growth shows a visible variation which Poland increase 22% and Belgium barely got a 15%; The United Kingdom drops -4% and the average income fall in US$ 1,000 between dates, and finally, The Netherlands remain constant presenting no variation to 2008 and 2013 the average annual income was US$ 29,000 with 0% growth.