Have you ever wondered how your income compares to other Australians? Well use this calculator thing I made to look it up then. It takes your household’s after-tax income and adjusts it for the number of people in your house to give your ‘equivalised disposable household income.’ The calculator uses ABS data from 2015-16, which was released in September 2017.
Articles from Matt Cowgill
For no particular reason, here are a couple of graphs I made on average wages for full-time workers in Australia.
This post is part of a series in which I try to improve graphs I find around the web.
I’m starting this new blog as an outlet for graphs and little bits of analysis I do in my spare time. The posts will usually (though not always) relate to economics, public policy, and/or politics, but it won’t be political in the sense of advancing or defending a particular agenda.
I’m going to use this blog in part as graph practice, which will include re-making graphs I find elsewhere that I think can be improved.