So you can’t save money?Seven “poor constitutions” where money runs away (September 17, 2022)-Exciting News

■ The average income in Japan is about 5.64 million yen

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According to the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare’s “Overview of the 2021 (Reiwa 3) National Living Basic Survey”, the average income amount of one household was about 5.64 million yen (announced on September 9, 2022).

Source: Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare, “Overview of the 2021 National Living Standard Survey”

The median value, which is closer to the actual situation, is 4.4 million yen, and it can be said that the average household income in Japan is in the 4 million yen range.

Looking at the graph in detail, the average income is “3 million to less than 4 million yen” (13.4%), “2 million to less than 3 million yen” (13.3%), and “1 million to less than 2 million yen” (13.1%). The ratio below the amount accounts for 61.5%.

In a situation where prices continue to rise and wages do not rise easily, some people may find it difficult to save money even if they want to.

This time, we will introduce the characteristics of poor people who cannot save money while looking at the average income amount by age group.

■[By Age]What is the average income? The result is below the average income amount per person in the 30s and 40s

First, let’s look at the median income for each age group.

Source: Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare, “Overview of the 2021 National Living Standard Survey”

Looking at the “average income amount per household”, those in their 30s reached 6,363,000 yen, those in their 40s reached 7,212,000 yen, and those in their 50s rose the most to 7,827,000 yen.

The average for people aged 65 and over is 4,393,000 yen, but if you look at the fact that the average for people in their 60s is 5,788,000 yen, it can be expected that there are many people in their 60s who earn income from work.

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