The US Has 5 Times The Percentage of High Income Earners Compared to Canada

US vs Canada Income Distribution Explained in a Simple Graph. In the graph below we compare American and Canadian Individual (as opposed to household) incomes.  In particular we were interested in the difference in income distributions.  To get to the point, you can see that: If you earn more than USD $50K you are in the top 25% of Canadians but 35% of Americans If you earn more than USD $100K you are in the top 2% of Canadians but…

Income Map Of Canadian Cities: What Province Has The Highest Income Earners? (Hint: It’s Not Ontario or Quebec)

The map of Canada below shows the individual income in percentiles, across the country: CLICK TO ENLARGE MAP The most interesting line is the think green line which shows that 60th percentile, meaning that if you make that amount of money per year, you are in the highest paid 40% of Canadians. It will come as a surprise to many that Ontario and Quebec do not have the highest income earners, Alberta rings that bell..  You can see that Alberta…

If You Earn $100K You Are In The Top 10% of Canadians – Income Distributions From 1985 – 2016

Below are three graphs showing Canadian income distribution for an individual from 1985 through 2015.  To get to the point, if you earn: $100K/year you are in the top 10% of Canadians $125K/year you are in the top 5% of Canadians $150K/year you are in the top 3% of Canadians $175K/year you are in the top 2% of Canadians $235K/year you are in the top 1% of Canadians CLICK TO ENLARGE THESE GRAPHS You may also find our very short article titled Income Map…