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How much money you have to make to be in the top 1% in different countries around the world

The income needed to join the top 1% of earners varies greatly from country to country, and the bar is highest in the United Arab Emirates.
The average American saves about $140 from their biweekly paycheck after bills but people in these cities can put away a lot more.

19 major US cities where you can actually save money after rent, taxes, and other day-to-day expenses

The typical American can only save about $140 from their biweekly paycheck after bills. Residents of Tulsa and San Jose can often save more.

Raises in Singapore likely to be 3% this year – with the average monthly salary last year at $2,900

However, salaries of those in cybersecurity and cloud engineering were expected to rise 25%.
Grocery and other bills can add up in these cities.

5 charts that show which US cities spend the most on housing, groceries, and other day-to-day expenses

The average amount of money spent on different goods and costs vary depending on where you live. California cities frequently were at the top.
Texas is home to seven of the cities on this list, including Austin, pictured above.

The 25 fastest-growing cities in the US, ranked

The South and the West are experiencing rapid economic growth — 7 of the fastest-growing cities in the US are in Texas.
There's valuable experience in all jobs.

The salary diary of a startup founder: 5 things I did to scale my income more than 10 times

Michael Taylor has worked in everything from warehouses to hospitality. The founder shares exactly how much his salary was in each job.
Millennials most likely to say they can't afford to save earn less than $50,000 a year.

The big reason why millennials haven’t invested in their 401(k)s: They don’t make enough money

Many millennials who aren't saving for retirement said they were unemployed or not worried about it. But most of all, they just can't afford to save.
It's been tough for some workers to increase their pay.

A quarter of Americans haven’t gotten a raise in years, and it’s part of a pattern that’s baffling economists

While a majority of workers have gotten a raise in the last year or so, about a quarter haven't increased their pay in over three years — or ever.
Even high-earning workers in San Francisco can barely afford housing.

Here’s exactly how much more you’d have to earn to live a similar life in San Francisco

Cost of living is out of control in San Francisco and its surrounding suburbs compared to rest of the country. Here's how income compares.
The state of Texas had five of the top 20 most financially stressed cities in the US (including Dallas, pictured above).

The 20 worst US cities for financial stability

These are the cities where the unemployment rates are high and a jarring number of people spend more than 50% of their income on housing.