World Inequality Report:There is enough money for everyone in the whole world, if it is evenly distributed, everyone gets 62-62 lakhs; Shocking Facts of 2021



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  • The poorest 50% of the world’s population has barely 2% of the world’s wealth, while the richest 10% have 76% of the world’s wealth.
  • The average annual income of the poorest 50% of the population is Rs. 2.39 lakhs and the richest 1% of Rs. 2.75 crores
  • If the world’s annual income is evenly distributed, then everyone gets Rs 14.31 lakh

    If there is no wealth-poverty in the world, then everyone has an average of Rs. Has assets of 62.46 lakhs. If the annual income is evenly distributed, then Rs. 14.31 lakhs. These interesting figures are reflected in the recently released World Inequality Report 2021. However, the fact is that the poorest 50% of the world’s population owns barely 2% of the total wealth, while the richest 10% own 76% of the wealth. The remaining 22% is held by 40% of the middle class.

    Total population 14.31 lakhs 62.46 lakhs
    Poor 50% 2.39 lakhs 2.48 lakh
    Middle class 40% 14.13 lakhs 35.04 lakhs
    Top 10% 74.72 lakhs 4.72 lakhs
    Top 1% 2.75 crores 23.60 crores
    Top 0.1% 11.14 crore 12.11 billion

    Note: Average income figures are annual. The world’s population is 7.8 billion, but the World Inequality Report estimates it at 5.1 billion adults.

    The gap between the income of the top 10% rich and the bottom 50% poor in the country is 22 times, India ranks second among the top-10 countries.

    Brazil 29 times
    India 22
    America 17
    China 14
    Japan 13
    Canada 13
    Germany 10
    Britain 9
    Italy 9
    France 7
    • The poorest 50% of the world’s population has 2.5 billion adults.
    • 2 billion in 40% middle class population and 51.7 million adults in top 10% rich population.
    • The country has 18% women and 72% men working. In 1990, only 11% of women worked. That’s an increase of 7% in about 20 years, compared to 36% in France in 1990, a mere 5% increase, which is less than in India.

    India lags behind women, followed by Britain, the United States and France

    India 18%
    Japan 28%
    China 33%
    Italy 36%
    Germany 36%
    Canada 38%
    Brazil 38%
    Britain 38%
    America 39%
    France 41%
    • India has the lowest female labor in the top-10 economies.
    • The share of women’s labor in France is double that of India. 30% more than Japan.