Average salary , rent per capita and GINI indicator .

In advanced economies the average salary should be 10 to 15 % higher than GDP per capita with a GINI around 0.26 richness indicator level ( «0» indicator means highest distribution of richness , while «1» means poorest distribution of richness ) .

As GDP per capita overcomes average salary and GINI indicator mounts over 0.30 , middle class will require an excessive and permanent rate of credit ( indebtment ) to keep balance between offer and demand and as debt grows beyond levels sustainable by financing institutions , drastic rupture of balance between offer and demand will occur and economy will enter an era of recession and/ or depression depending on the measures taken by respective authorities .

As the economy considered is specially rich with GPD per capita above 50.000 $ , the GINI indicator may be relaxed up to 0.32 level .



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