Income needed to be in top 1% of your country
10. South Africa – Salary of $188,000
If you’re a high earner, and feel like you’re getting paid a lot more than the rest of the people in your community, would you know if you’re in the top 1 percent? That’s the type of question not many think about. What does it mean to even be in the top 1 percent of your country. For example, in South Africa, a country full of extreme poverty and extreme wealth, if your salary is $188,000 or above, you are officially classified as rich enough to qualify for your nation’s top 1%. The more wealthy a country, this salary figure increases. So it’s no surprise that the countries on this list are wealthier than others, but where does your country stand in comparison? Well here’s out list of top 10 countries alongside the salary you’d need, in order to be part of the top 1%.