Statistical Table

After-tax median income of low-income families,¹ by family type,² Abitibi-Témiscamingue and all of Québec, 2010-2014

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2010 2011 2012 2013 2014

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Abitibi-Témiscamingue
Families comprising a couple 18,994 18,244 18,765 18,718 18,830
    Without children 17,306 17,065 17,151 17,602 17,000
    With 1 child 20,563 20,142 20,553 20,208 21,090
    With 2 children 25,873 24,649 24,762 24,589 25,410
    With 3 or more children 32,032 30,678 30,135 31,768 31,450
Lone-parent families 17,844 17,462 18,387 18,870 18,640
    With 1 child 15,629 15,156 16,058 15,666 16,470
    With 2 children 20,305 19,600 20,839 21,405 20,220
    With 3 or more children 25,454 25,087 26,100 25,755 26,150
  
All of Québec
Families comprising a couple 17,704 17,462 18,163 18,454 18,380
    Without children 15,586 15,115 15,680 15,828 15,940
    With 1 child 18,424 18,192 18,500 19,032 19,080
    With 2 children 23,777 23,574 24,210 24,548 24,380
    With 3 or more children 31,549 31,012 31,800 32,335 32,220
Lone-parent families 17,758 17,347 18,204 18,525 18,260
    With 1 child 15,404 15,209 16,477 16,751 16,180
    With 2 children 20,262 19,715 21,146 21,516 20,820
    With 3 or more children 26,335 25,483 26,539 27,103 26,740
  

Note: Any data based on less than 15 taxfilers is considered confidential.
1. According to the Low Income Measure (LIM) based on 50% of the after-tax median family income in Québec. It should also be noted that median income is adjusted according to family size.
2. Based on the census family concept.
Source: Statistics Canada, T1 Family File, adapted by the Institut de la statistique du Québec.
Compilation: Institut de la statistique du Québec, Direction des statistiques sectorielles et du développement durable.
  
 
February 17, 2017
 

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