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IBGE releases per capita household earnings 2017

February 28, 2018 10h00 AM | Last Updated: March 01, 2018 10h57 AM

The IBGE releases today the values of the per capita household earnings related to 2017 for Brazil and Federation Units, based on the Continuous National Household Sample Survey - Continuous PNAD and sent to the Brazilian Court of Audit - TCU. This release addresses Complementary Law no. 143/2013, which establishes the new criteria for sharing the State and Federal District Revenue Sharing Fund - FPE.

The per capita household earnings are calculated as the ratio between the total household earnings – in nominal terms – and the total number of residents. Earnings from labor an other sources from all the residents are taken into account, including those classified as pensioners, domestic workers and relatives of domestic workers. The values were obtained from the gross earnings effectively earned in the reference month of the survey, accruing the information from the first interviews of the first, second, third, and fourth quarters of the 2017 Continuous PNAD.

Per capita monthly nominal household earnings of the resident population, according to Federation Units - 2017
Federation Unit Average per capita Earnings
Brazil R$ 1,268
Rondônia R$ 957
Acre R$ 769
Amazonas R$ 850
Roraima R$ 1,006
Pará R$ 715
Amapá R$ 936
Tocantins R$ 937
Maranhão R$ 597
Piauí R$ 750
Ceará R$ 824
Rio Grande do Norte R$ 845
Paraíba R$ 928
Pernambuco R$ 852
Alagoas R$ 658
Sergipe R$ 834
Bahia R$ 862
Minas Gerais R$ 1,224
Espírito Santo R$ 1,205
Rio de Janeiro R$ 1,445
São Paulo R$ 1,712
Paraná R$ 1,472
Santa Catarina R$ 1,597
Rio Grande do Sul R$ 1,635
Mato Grosso do Sul R$ 1,291
Mato Grosso R$ 1,247
Goiás R$ 1,277
Federal District R$ 2,548

The Continuous PNAD is a household survey that gathers quarterly socioeconomic and demographic information from nearly 211 thousand households, in about 16 thousand enumeration areas, distributed along nearly 3.5 thousand municipalities.