Making Australia Great Again: Income And Well-Being Brief for 2017

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This is an all-source income, opportunities and well-being brief for Australian quality of life prospects, looking towards 2017.

1.0 Income Ranges – High, Low, Median & Average

Australian personal and household income reached an all time high in 2016.

Highest earning individual range, from base salary, is currently between $140k-$350k in the highest tier.

Median full time (FT) income in Australia approximates $60k, with the average approaching $80k.

Of the highest earning professions, the majority were medical practitioners on most metrics.

This included surgeons, anaesthetists, internists, psychiatrists and general practice physicians being listed separately to “other medical specialties”.

Of the non medical professions, professors and associated academics make the list by hourly pay, but fall away on final measures.

The other first tier positions are consistently filled by: Judges, lawyers and other legal professionals; banking and market professionals; CEOs and large corporate managers/directors; and energy sector and mining engineers.


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