Germany - Income inequality for older people: Females was 4.20 Ratio in December of 2021, according to the EUROSTAT. Historically, Germany - Income inequality for older people: Females reached a record high of 4.57 Ratio in December of 2019 and a record low of 3.61 Ratio in December of 2010. Trading Economics provides the current actual value, an historical data chart and related indicators for Germany - Income inequality for older people: Females - last updated from the EUROSTAT on December of 2022.

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Income Inequality For Older People: Females
Country Last Previous Unit Reference
Portugal 4.97 5.05 Ratio Dec 2020
Croatia 4.82 4.63 Ratio Dec 2021
Cyprus 4.29 3.90 Ratio Dec 2021
Lithuania 4.23 4.24 Ratio Dec 2020
Germany 4.20 4.08 Ratio Dec 2021
Euro Area 4.17 4.36 Ratio Dec 2020
Greece 4.13 3.92 Ratio Dec 2021
Austria 3.96 3.90 Ratio Dec 2021
Luxembourg 3.83 4.88 Ratio Dec 2020
Ireland 3.64 3.85 Ratio Dec 2021
Poland 3.42 3.59 Ratio Dec 2020
Estonia 3.37 3.66 Ratio Dec 2021
Malta 3.31 2.98 Ratio Dec 2020
Hungary 3.22 4.61 Ratio Dec 2021
Sweden 3.17 3.14 Ratio Dec 2021
Belgium 2.89 3.05 Ratio Dec 2021
Denmark 2.67 3.04 Ratio Dec 2021
Czech Republic 2.50 2.54 Ratio Dec 2021
Germany | EUROSTAT Indicators