Household income across Dundee

31 July 2014

 

Councillor Lesley Brennan has commented on the latest figures (2012) showing the distribution of household income across Dundee using the CACI Paycheck method.

This shows  gross household income by intermediate zone (small area) in the city.

She said,

“These figures show that we need a recovery in the economy that works for everyone and not just for those on the highest incomes. 

“ For many, the small growth in wages has been insufficient.

“The rise in the numbers in work comes from the increase in the number of self-employed, part time or zero-hours contact work rather than high-quality, full-time jobs.

“Inequality reduces both the standard of living for many and their prospects of social mobility  through society.

“Instead of this, we want Dundee to be the City of Discovery and Opportunity by re-connecting the broken link between living standards and growth. “

 

Data on Median Gross Household income by Intermediate Zone in Dundee 2012 CACI Paycheck

Perth Road

£23,417

Menzieshill

£18,321

Westend

£37,533

West Ferry

£30,931

City Centre

£23,384

Logie and Blackness

£23,763

Docks and Wellgate

£22,414

Balgay

£23,849

Broughty Ferry West

£29,308

Craigie and  Craigiebank

£20,457

Stobswell

£24,504

Law

£17,672

Charleston

£16,544

Hilltown

£18,134

Barnhill

£32,194

Broughty Ferry East

£30,833

Lochee

£17,934

Baxter Park

£35,869

The Glens

£17,432

Douglas East

£16,460

Fairmuir

£22,103

Linlathen and Midcraigie

£18,395

Ardler and St Marys

£19,565

Western Edge

£41,713

Douglas West

£17,674

Caird Park

£27,118

West Pitkerro

£42,064

Whitfield

£17,757

Downfield

£26,573

Kirkton

£23,300

Fintry

£25,183

 

 

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