This post is by Niccolo Conte from Visual Capitalist

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This graphic shows the world's richest countries based on three measures of GDP per capita.

The World’s Richest Countries Across 3 Metrics

This was originally posted on our Voronoi app. Download the app for free on iOS or Android and discover incredible data-driven charts from a variety of trusted sources. How do you measure the economic success of a country? By one classic measure, GDP per capita shows individual economic prosperity. But comparing countries simply by this metric doesn’t tell the whole story. To get a better idea of living standards, it helps to look at how far your money will go along with adjusting for labor productivity. This graphic shows the world’s richest countries by three different measures, based on data from The Economist and Sondre Solstad. All figures are in U.S. dollars.

World’s Richest Countries, by GDP per Capita

As the table below shows, smaller countries fare much better—of the top 10 richest countries, eight of them have populations under 10 million people.
RankCountryGDP per Capita 2022
1🇱🇺 Luxembourg$126,426
2🇧🇲 Bermuda$118,846
3🇳🇴 Norway$106,149
4🇨🇭 Switzerland$92,101
5🇶🇦 Qatar$88,046
6🇸🇬 Singapore$82,808
7🇺🇸 United States$76,399
8🇮🇸 Iceland$72,903
9🇩🇰 Denmark$66,983
10🇦🇺 Australia$64,491
11🇳🇱 Netherlands$55,985
12🇸🇪 Sweden$55,873
13🇨🇦 Canada$54,966
14🇮🇱 Israel$54,660
15🇦🇪 UAE$53,758
16🇦🇹 Austria$52,131
17🇫🇮 Finland$50,537
18🇧🇪 Belgium$49,583
19🇭🇰 Hong Kong SAR$48,984
20🇩🇪 Germany$48,432
21🇬🇧 UK$45,850
22🇫🇷 France$40,964
23🇧🇳 Brunei Darussalam$37,152
24🇮🇹 Italy$34,158
25🇸🇦 Saudi Arabia$30,436
26🇧🇭 Bahrain$30,152
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