# Victoria

## Population by Sex by Personal weekly income

There are 467 928 people in Victoria who had no income. (ABS, Census 2016)

There are 407 043 people in Victoria who had an income income of between $1,000-$1,249 per week (annual $52,000-$64,999). (ABS, Census 2016)

There are 406 877 people in Victoria who had an income income of between $300-$399 per week (annual $15,600-$20,799). (ABS, Census 2016)

There are 404 214 people in Victoria who had an income income of between $800-$999 per week (annual $41,600-$51,999). (ABS, Census 2016)

There are 391 306 people in Victoria who had an income income of between $400-$499 per week (annual $20,800-$25,999). (ABS, Census 2016)

There are 366 104 people in Victoria who had an income income of between $650-$799 per week (annual $33,800-$41,599). (ABS, Census 2016)

There are 360 833 people in Victoria who had an income income of between $500-$649 per week (annual $26,000-$33,799). (ABS, Census 2016)

There are 349 961 people in Victoria who had an income income of between $150-$299 per week (annual $7,800-$15,599). (ABS, Census 2016)

There are 279 739 females in Victoria who had no income. (ABS, Census 2016)

There are 278 095 people in Victoria who had an income income of between $1,250-$1,499 per week (annual $65,000-$77,999). (ABS, Census 2016)

There are 241 960 females in Victoria who had an income income of between $400-$499 per week (annual $20,800-$25,999). (ABS, Census 2016)

There are 236 490 females in Victoria who had an income income of between $300-$399 per week (annual $15,600-$20,799). (ABS, Census 2016)

There are 226 824 people in Victoria who had an income income of between $1,500-$1,749 per week (annual $78,000-$90,999). (ABS, Census 2016)

There are 225 101 males in Victoria who had an income income of between $1,000-$1,249 per week (annual $52,000-$64,999). (ABS, Census 2016)

There are 220 800 people in Victoria who had an income income of between $2,000-$2,999 per week (annual $104,000-$155,999). (ABS, Census 2016)

There are 218 512 people in Victoria who had an income income of between $1-$149 per week (annual $1-$7,799). (ABS, Census 2016)

There are 217 523 females in Victoria who had an income income of between $500-$649 per week (annual $26,000-$33,799). (ABS, Census 2016)

There are 209 859 males in Victoria who had an income income of between $800-$999 per week (annual $41,600-$51,999). (ABS, Census 2016)

There are 207 618 females in Victoria who had an income income of between $150-$299 per week (annual $7,800-$15,599). (ABS, Census 2016)

There are 199 449 females in Victoria who had an income income of between $650-$799 per week (annual $33,800-$41,599). (ABS, Census 2016)

There are 194 356 females in Victoria who had an income income of between $800-$999 per week (annual $41,600-$51,999). (ABS, Census 2016)

There are 188 189 males in Victoria who had no income. (ABS, Census 2016)

There are 181 940 females in Victoria who had an income income of between $1,000-$1,249 per week (annual $52,000-$64,999). (ABS, Census 2016)

There are 170 390 males in Victoria who had an income income of between $300-$399 per week (annual $15,600-$20,799). (ABS, Census 2016)

There are 166 656 males in Victoria who had an income income of between $650-$799 per week (annual $33,800-$41,599). (ABS, Census 2016)

There are 158 640 males in Victoria who had an income income of between $1,250-$1,499 per week (annual $65,000-$77,999). (ABS, Census 2016)

There are 154 852 males in Victoria who had an income income of between $2,000-$2,999 per week (annual $104,000-$155,999). (ABS, Census 2016)

There are 153 096 people in Victoria who had an income income of between $1,750-$1,999 per week (annual $91,000-$103,999). (ABS, Census 2016)

There are 149 347 males in Victoria who had an income income of between $400-$499 per week (annual $20,800-$25,999). (ABS, Census 2016)

There are 143 874 people in Victoria who had an income income of $3,000 or more per week (annual $156,000 or more). (ABS, Census 2016)

There are 143 311 males in Victoria who had an income income of between $500-$649 per week (annual $26,000-$33,799). (ABS, Census 2016)

There are 142 343 males in Victoria who had an income income of between $150-$299 per week (annual $7,800-$15,599). (ABS, Census 2016)

There are 136 034 males in Victoria who had an income income of between $1,500-$1,749 per week (annual $78,000-$90,999). (ABS, Census 2016)

There are 134 653 females in Victoria who had an income income of between $1-$149 per week (annual $1-$7,799). (ABS, Census 2016)

There are 119 456 females in Victoria who had an income income of between $1,250-$1,499 per week (annual $65,000-$77,999). (ABS, Census 2016)

There are 106 311 males in Victoria who had an income income of $3,000 or more per week (annual $156,000 or more). (ABS, Census 2016)

There are 98 257 males in Victoria who had an income income of between $1,750-$1,999 per week (annual $91,000-$103,999). (ABS, Census 2016)

There are 90 791 females in Victoria who had an income income of between $1,500-$1,749 per week (annual $78,000-$90,999). (ABS, Census 2016)

There are 83 856 males in Victoria who had an income income of between $1-$149 per week (annual $1-$7,799). (ABS, Census 2016)

There are 65 947 females in Victoria who had an income income of between $2,000-$2,999 per week (annual $104,000-$155,999). (ABS, Census 2016)

There are 54 847 females in Victoria who had an income income of between $1,750-$1,999 per week (annual $91,000-$103,999). (ABS, Census 2016)

There are 37 569 females in Victoria who had an income income of $3,000 or more per week (annual $156,000 or more). (ABS, Census 2016)

There are 27 121 people in Victoria who had a negative income. (ABS, Census 2016)

There are 14 114 females in Victoria who had a negative income. (ABS, Census 2016)

There are 13 008 males in Victoria who had a negative income. (ABS, Census 2016)