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What is an average family income in Brazil?

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A 2013 OECD report indicates that the average family income in Brazil is approximately $10,310 after taxes and transfers are deducted. The average family in Brazil also has an average financial wealth of $6,875, though this value does not include nonfinancial assets.

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Brazil's average family incomes placed it at the bottom of the OECD income rankings. The average OECD country has an average family income of approximately $23,938. In Brazil, approximately 67 percent of the population between the ages of 15 and 64 is employed. Around 79 percent of Brazilian men are employed, compared to only 55 percent of the women.

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