0000001249 00000 n The average salary in Brazil is $32,506 per year, $2,709 per month, and $16 per hour (as of 2019). 0000025721 00000 n Brazilian society often relies on social classes when segmenting the demography of their population. Residents of Brazil are taxed on their worldwide income, and non-residents are taxed exclusively at source on their Brazilian-sourced income. 0000002135 00000 n This region includes the states of Distrito Federal, Goiás, Mato Grosso do Sul and Mato Grosso. 0000024576 00000 n Class E: below BRL 1.576 These are the classes as defined by The Brazilian Institute for Geography and Statistics, known as Instituto Brasileiro de Geografi… • Class AB : the proportion of people in class AB grows 7% in the last year alone, which corresponds to the entry of 1.5 million people in the highest income group. This employment relationship can be simplified as: The well known Brazilian statistics firm IBOPE Inteligência published, in early 2015, an economic classification of the Brazilian population. 0000043359 00000 n 0000068697 00000 n 0000054796 00000 n 0000002588 00000 n 0000001467 00000 n A person working in Brazil typically earns around 8,560 BRL per month. In 2019, the national gross income per capita in Brazil amounted to around 9.13 thousand U.S. dollars, down from 9.14 thousand dollars per person in the previous year. 0000072753 00000 n 0000025809 00000 n IBGE defines the income based social classes in multiples of the national minimum salary which at the moment is BRL 788. 0000003815 00000 n Copyright © 2008 - 2019, The Brazil Business - All rights reserved, The Brazilian Institute for Geography and Statistics. Salaries range from 2,170 BRL (lowest average) to 38,200 BRL (highest average, actual maximum salary is higher). 0000075832 00000 n 0000003086 00000 n 0000079371 00000 n 0000072583 00000 n In this community, people are mainly doing jobs such as mechanics, nurses, teachers, electricians, managers etc. (August 31, 2018). • Class C : 37,56% of the Brazilian population in 2003, Data for Brazil, Upper middle income from The World Bank: Data 0000043336 00000 n Class D: above BRL 1.576 5. 0000003168 00000 n 0000043012 00000 n 0000068674 00000 n The source of income is determined by the place where the income payer is located, irrespective of where the work is performed. They have very limited, if any, income and struggle to make ends meet. Sao Paulo, Rio de Janeiro and Brasilia offer some of the highest salaries at $37,859, $37,561 and $37,446 per annum respectively. That’s a big difference! Brazil Real Average Monthly Income | 2012-2020 Data | 2021-2022 Forecast | Historical. 0000002466 00000 n �����/B����n��S#��5;�'������J)��c��~'ݻ��1�:X�A������p�`�H�yǵ�y᎒z�5�x�}v#�Ҭ9��`��f�<5��s:�!d�]=3��Y=�:���3_��Ufk������|GFt9|�����Sem��~�_R���J�xF��4b=���&v����\��K|�ޮ�LD�/(��ɚ=lJ��H�Q�����i⥱e(u��Wj@!���A��y�L�z��E� �O4�dRn+�6�Ӈ3�;� ]/S���ދO(��:��q����B� Ə��"wCn�{R�S���*�ɠ�[�g���C�2OW?��4Z���g-2�z�bz endstream endobj 146 0 obj 559 endobj 106 0 obj << /Type /Page /MediaBox [ 0 0 595 842 ] /Rotate 90 /Parent 101 0 R /Resources << /ProcSet [ /PDF /ImageC /Text ] /XObject 107 0 R /Font 108 0 R >> /Contents [ 126 0 R 128 0 R 130 0 R 132 0 R 134 0 R 136 0 R 140 0 R 142 0 R ] /CropBox [ 0 0 595 842 ] >> endobj 107 0 obj << /R8 143 0 R /R7 144 0 R >> endobj 108 0 obj << /R12 109 0 R /R17 137 0 R /R14 110 0 R /R15 116 0 R /R9 123 0 R /R10 118 0 R /R16 119 0 R >> endobj 109 0 obj << /BaseFont /XYOGBW+Calibri /FontDescriptor 115 0 R /ToUnicode 114 0 R /Type /Font /FirstChar 1 /LastChar 76 /Widths [ 525 479 452 498 226 525 349 229 305 525 527 335 544 395 229 525 423 525 391 471 799 517 646 579 615 252 487 453 250 239 525 715 455 250 268 507 715 507 507 252 507 507 507 507 507 507 507 498 533 303 303 459 433 488 631 479 543 386 498 306 662 855 890 459 567 623 268 642 498 498 682 525 468 463 423 420 ] /Encoding 112 0 R /Subtype /TrueType >> endobj 110 0 obj << /BaseFont /Helvetica-Bold /Type /Font /Subtype /Type1 >> endobj 111 0 obj << /Type /Encoding /Differences [ 149 /bullet /endash 226 /acircumflex ] >> endobj 112 0 obj << /Type /Encoding /BaseEncoding /WinAnsiEncoding /Differences [ 1 /g346 /g258 /g448 /g286 /g3 /g271 /g396 /g349 /g296 /g393 /g381 /g410 /g17 /g460 /g367 /g374 /g272 /g282 /g400 /g336 /g373 /g87 /g69 /g4 /g24 /g856 /g100 /g455 /g853 /g361 /g437 /g449 /g364 /g859 /g855 /g1011 /g1081 /g1005 /g1009 /g47 /g1010 /g1013 /g1008 /g1006 /g1004 /g1012 /g1007 /g884 /g18 /g894 /g895 /g94 /g454 /g28 /g39 /g262 /g90 /g876 /g890 /g882 /g75 /g68 /g116 /g38 /g115 /g44 /g854 /g104 /g1089 /g1085 /g920 /g395 /g127 /g845 /g277 /g62 ] >> endobj 113 0 obj << /Filter /FlateDecode /Length1 40836 /Length 19769 >> stream 103 0 obj << /Linearized 1 /O 106 /H [ 1467 668 ] /L 1274108 /E 119908 /N 16 /T 1271929 >> endobj xref 103 44 0000000016 00000 n Class C: above BRL 3.152 4. 0000024661 00000 n 0000025158 00000 n BRL. Brazilian Income Distribution Parallels the World’s .