May 26, 2024

The GDP per capita of a nation is frequently used to gauge its richness. This represents the typical annual income for a country’s population. It considers both the population size and the average annual income of each nation. The wealthier the nation is, the higher the GDP per capita.

 

1. Luxembourg

  • Population: 642,371
  • GDP Per Capita: $120,962.2

2. Singapore

  • Population: 5,943,546
  • GDP Per Capita: 101,936.70

3. Qatar

  • Population: 2.881 million
  • GDP Per Capita: $93,851.7

4. Ireland

  • Population: 4.995 million
  • GDP Per Capita: $87,212.0

5. Switzerland

  • Population: 8.637 million
  • GDP Per Capita: $70,276.6

6. United Arab Emirates

  • Population: 9.89 million
  • GDP Per Capita: $69,957.6

7. Norway

  • Population: 5.379 million
  • GDP Per Capita: $67,978.7

8. United States

  • Population: 329.5 million
  • GDP Per Capita: $65,279.5

9. Brunei

  • Population: 437,483
  • GDP Per Capita: $64,724.1

10. San Marino

  • Population: 33,938
  • GDP Per Capita: $61,006.8

11. Denmark

  • Population: 5.831 million
  • GDP Per Capita: $60,334.8

12. The Netherlands

  • Population: 17.44 million
  • GDP Per Capita: $59,469.1
 13. Austria
  • Population: 8.917 million
  • GDP Per Capita: $58,649.7
14. Iceland
  • Population: 366,425
  • GDP Per Capita: $58,512.7

15. Germany

  • Population: 83.24 million
  • GDP Per Capita: $55,891.2