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Where Poland’s Richest Live: The Top 10 Wealthiest Cities?

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

  1. Warsaw: $2,011
  2. Wroclaw: $1,507
  3. Opole: $1,492
  4. Gdansk: $1,458
  5. Krakow: $1,455
  6. Poznan: $1,451
  7. Katowice: $1,405
  8. Olsztyn: $1,314
  9. Rzeszow: $1,292
  10. Bialystok: $1,238

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Alexandra Dimitropoulou
Alexandra is an associate editor and head of special projects & analytics for CEOWORLD magazine. She is based in CEOWORLD magazine's New York office. Alexandra is responsible for driving thought leadership, using data analytics to showcase CEOWORLD magazine’s editorial imagination, and fostering knowledge sharing between magazine and readers. She has ten years of experience in research, spanning market research, data analytics, macroeconomics, and financial services. She joins CEOWORLD magazine from a leading executive research firm, where she was a senior consultant and economist. There, her assignments spanned the U.S., Asia, Europe, and Latin America. She has advised CEOs, investors, boards, and high-profile industry leaders on a wide range of issues impacting the global business landscape. She can be reached on email