Which country is the biggest and most expensive to live in?
China has become the world’s most expensive country to live, with a median home price of $3,500, up 10.5% from the previous year.
The country is followed by Russia at $2,400, and the United States at $1,800.
The median annual salary is $66,800 in China, according to the World Bank.
The UK was also the most expensive in the world to live last year, with the median annual wage at £42,000.
The United States has the highest median income, at $92,000, followed by France at $70,000 and the UK at $67,000 per year.
Australia had the lowest median annual earnings at $50,000 in 2015, followed closely by the US, with median annual wages of $34,000 a year.
Other leading cities to live for The US is the city of San Francisco, with an average annual salary of $89,200, followed with Boston at $84,800 and New York at $80,000 the World Economic Forum (WEF) said in its annual report.
London was the most affordable city to live and work in last year.
Average household income in the UK is £38,600, up 3.1% from 2015.
Australia was the biggest costlier place to live with a $2.6 billion annual median household income, up 9.1%.
Hong Kong ranked second with an annual median income of $1.6 million, down 1.7%.
India was ranked third with a yearly median income $1 million, up 1.3%.