The wealth gap in Germany is according to a study, large: Particularly low, the average income is in Gelsenkirchen - almost twice as much money the people in the district of Starnberg.
In Germany, there is a study, according to a huge prosperity gap between the regions. In the nationwide most prosperous district of Starnberg near Munich, the average Per capita income of the private households was most recently with 34.987 Euro more than twice as high as in Gelsenkirchen. The city in North Rhine-Westphalia formed with 16.203 Euro per head is at the end in the income Ranking. The findings of a new study of the economic and Social research Institute (WSI) of the Union - affiliated Hans-Böckler-Foundation.
Gelsenkirchen tail light is in the Federal income Ranking of the Hans-Böckler-Foundation.