With residents earning almost two times the national average, Warsaw is the wealthiest city in Poland, according to the CEOWORLD magazine data. People living in Warsaw earn $2,011 per head of population compared. The analysis was conducted by an independent wealth management firm CW Wealth.
Warsaw is followed by Wroclaw where residents earn $1,507 on average, Opole ($1,492) and Gdansk ($1,458). The top 10 list of cities includes also Krakow ($1,455), Poznan ($1,451), (Katowice $1,405), Olsztyn ($1,314), Rzeszow ($1,292), and Bialystok $1,238).
The top 10 wealthiest cities in Poland, 2019
- Warsaw: $2,011
- Wroclaw: $1,507
- Opole: $1,492
- Gdansk: $1,458
- Krakow: $1,455
- Poznan: $1,451
- Katowice: $1,405
- Olsztyn: $1,314
- Rzeszow: $1,292
- Bialystok: $1,238
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