Madrid and Barcelona are home to the 10 neighbourhoods with the highest income per capita in Spain, whilst Pozuelo, Majadahonda, Las Rozas and Sant Cugat are the municipalities with the lowest rates of unemployment.
Eight of the ten municipalities with the highest incomes per capita in Spain are located in the Community of Madrid, according to data released today by the National Institute of Statistics (INE). According to this ranking, which reflects figures from 2017, Pozuelo de Alarcón is the municipality with more than 20,000 inhabitants that has the highest income per capita in the country. It is the only municipality whose citizens have an average income of more than €25,000, specifically, €25,903.
The top 3 ranking is completed by the Basque town of Getxo, with an average income of €20,147 euros per inhabitant, and Boadilla del Monte, also in Madrid, which has a similar income per capita figure (€20,103).