This Is How Much Money People Your Age Make on Average, Data Shows

Paul Thompson
·2 min read

While there are so many aspects other than how much money you make that are essential to living a full and happy life—relationships, travel, and family, to name a few—having a steady income is, for good or ill, a pretty important part of it. And if you feel insecure about how much you earn or ever wonder how your wages compare to others in your age group, you're certainly not alone. To help shed some light on that, we looked at recent data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics organized by job site Indeed, which broke down average salaries of people in the U.S. based on age group. Read on to discover, on average, how much money people your age make on a weekly, monthly, and yearly basis. And to see how much money people have in full at various stages in their lives, This Is How Much Money People Your Age Have on Average, Data Shows.

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Ages 16-19

Weekly: $435
Monthly: $1,885
Annually: $22,620

2

Ages 20-24

Weekly: $576
Monthly: $2,496
Annually: $29,962

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3

Ages 25-34

Weekly: $793
Monthly: $3,436
Annually: $41,236

4

Ages 35-44

Weekly: $986
Monthly: $4,272
Annually: $51,272

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5

Ages 45-54

Weekly: $1,004
Monthly: $4,350
Annually: $52,308

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6

Ages 55-64

Weekly: $970
Monthly: $4,203
Annually: $50,440

7

Ages 65 and up

Weekly: $911
Monthly: $3,947
Annually: $47,372

And for more on where you get taxed the most, check out This State Has the Highest Taxes in America, According to Data.