With almost no change in ranking. This Madrid districts of Pozuelo de Alarcón with 26,367 euros; and Boadilla del Monte with 21,976 and Sant Cugat del Vallès (Barcelona) with 21,122 euros are in the top three in per capita income. From the podium of 416 municipalities with more than 20,000 inhabitants, according to a study by the National Institute of Statistics (INE).
At the other extreme, those with the lowest average incomes, at 7,097 euros, are the Almeria municipalities of Níjar; According to this indicator referring to 2019, Vícar with 7,634 euros and Los Palacios and Villafranca (Seville) with 8,054 euros.
If the focus is narrowed to the level city neighborhoodsThose with the highest average annual net income per capita according to 2019 data face (42.107 Euros), castile (37,212 Euros) and piovera (36,928 Euros), three from Madrid. The next two are Recoletos, also in Madrid, with 35,613; and Pedralbes in Barcelona with 34,522.
The lowest rents are in Seville – 5-A (Poligono Sur neighborhood of Sur district) and 4-E (Los Pajaritos and Amate neighborhoods of Cerro-Amate region) with 5,666 and 6,042 Euros, respectively. – and zone 4-A of Alicante/Alacant with 6,272 (which mostly includes the neighborhood of Juan XXIII). The other two, completing the five with the lowest income, are the district center of Seville. with 9-A, 6,801; and San Cristobal (Madrid) with 6,955.
In this study It adds up the estimated unemployment and activity rates for Spain’s 126 main cities. To do this, it uses average values for the year, based on a model that combines data from the Active Population Survey (EPA) and registered unemployment. The lowest unemployment rates in 2021 were Pozuelo de Alarcón (6.2%), Sant Cugat del Vallès (6.4%) and Las Rozas de Madrid (7.1%).
On the other hand, the highest unemployment rates were seen in Jaén (30.9%) Linares, Cádiz (30.3%) La Línea de la Concepción and Seville (26.9%) Alcalá de Guadaíra.
The cities with the highest activity rates in 2021 were Madrid’s Rivas-Vaciamadrid districts (69.7%), Valdemoro (68.8%) and Parla (67.4%). On the other hand, the provinces with the lowest activity rates were Ferrol, A Coruña (49.9%), León (50.2%) and Salamanca (50.4%).
Regarding life expectancy, which expresses the average number of years a person is expected to live from the moment of birth, it has been calculated as an average of three years, and 2019 is the central reference year. Three municipalities over 85 years, all from Madrid: Pozuelo de Alarcón, Majadahonda and Las Rozas de Madrid.
At the opposite extreme, La Línea de la Concepción was just one of 126 cities with a life expectancy at birth of less than 80 years.