Type your yearly income (in US$) into the calculator below and found here to see where you fit in as far as percentile of income relative to everyone else. So, for example if you earn the equivalent of $30,000 (a little under £20,000) you are in the 37th percentile or in other words, 63% of other income earners are paid more than you!

An annual salary above $506,000 puts you in the top 1%, while you need to make less than $2,500 a year to be in the bottom 1%. Where do you stand?

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Teaching the New A Level Economics: Quantitative Methods

This course focuses solely on teaching & learning resources and approaches to delivering the wider range of quantitative methods contained in the new A Level and AS Level specifications. We've put together a comprehensive collection of teaching materials that will help accelerate your planning and preparation for the extended QM elements for A Level Economics.

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AQA A2 Economics Worked Answers (2014)

Exemplar A Grade answers to the ECON3 and ECON4 exam papers sat in June 2014


Edexcel AS Economics Worked Answers (2014)

Exemplar A Grade answers, with Examiner commentary, to the Edexcel AS Economics Unit 1 and Unit 2 exam papers sat in summer 2014