Change in income group, net income. Start year/End year 2000/2005 - 2012/2017
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Net income Net income is the sum of all taxable and tax-free income minus taxes and negative transfers. The income is both including and excluding capital gains/losses, that is, the gain/loss arising from a sale (realization) of assets, for example, stocks, mutual funds or real estate. The difference between net income and disposable income is that disposable income refers to household income. Net income shows the individual´s income, that is what the individual contributes to the household´s disposable income.
Age
Age is based on the person´s age at the start year of each period.
Income group
The population is divided into ten groups of equal size sorted by rising income. For example, a person in the first decile belongs to the ten percent of the population with the lowest incomes, and a person in the tenth decile belongs to the ten percent of the population with the highest incomes.
Start year and end year refers to the first and last year of each period. The persons may be in other decile groups in the years between the start year and end year.
Persons in decile
Persons in decile refer to the number and percentage of people in each income group at the start and end of the period. By definition, each decile contains 10 percent of the population. However, the distribution will change for subgroups.
Immobility Mean (IM)
Immobility Mean (IM) is defined as the share of people (%) found in the same income group at the start and end of the period. This means that IM will be 100 if there is no mobility (i.e. all persons stay in the same income group at the start and the end of the period), and it will take the value 0 if all persons change income group during the period.
Region of birth Country of birth is grouped by continent. The classification refers to the most recent reference year of the statistics. Europe excl. EU28 and the Nordic countries include persons born in the Soviet union. North America includes Central America, and Oceania includes Australia and New Zeeland.
Level of Education
Level of Education is classified by SUN.

Contact and information

Information

Official statistics
Yes
Latest update
2019-04-29
Contact
Johan Lindberg, Statistics Sweden
+46 010-479 60 64
johan.lindberg@scb.se

Hans Heggemann, Statistics Sweden
+46 010-479 68 10
hans.heggemann@scb.se

Unit
Number of persons:
numer of persons
Share of persons:
percent
Reference time
Number of persons:
Accounting period
Share of persons:
Accounting period
Data type
Number of persons:
Stock
Share of persons:
Stock
Day adjusted
Number of persons:
No
Share of persons:
No
Seasonally adjusted
Number of persons:
No
Share of persons:
No
Creation date
2020-04-05
Responsible authority
Statistics Sweden
Matrix
000001GR