Didnt make it onto the yearly roll call of the mega-wealthy? Nows your chance to find out where you actually sit in comparison to the rest of the world.

To get the most accurate placing possible, please include your annual salary after tax, plus any other money that you receive each year: benefits, pensions, money from relatives, even your student loan.

This route is the most precise but youll need to know your net worth. Thats everything you own (value of your house, assets, shares, income, bank balance, belongings), minus anything you owe (mortgage, debts, student loans).

United Arab Emirates (United Arab Emirates dirham)

Central African Republic (Central African CFA franc)

Congo, Republic of the (Central African CFA franc)

Equatorial Guinea (Central African CFA franc)

Saint Kitts and Nevis (East Caribbean dollar)

Turks and Caicos Islands (United States dollar)

Saint Vincent and the Grenadines (East Caribbean dollar)

Congo, Democratic Republic of the (Congolese franc)

To get the most accurate placing possible, please include your net annual salary, plus any other money that you receive each year: benefits, pensions, even your student loan.

Youre inthe top%richestpeople in the world by income.

That makesyoutherichestperson on earth by income.

Meanwhile, the average labourer inmakes justin the same time.

It takes just a minute to do something to help though. Simply click the button and donate an hours pay, or whatever you can afford, to our chosen charity.

Your donation will be converted into GBP sterling at the next stage.

CARE Internationalfights poverty and injustice in over 80 countries around the world to help the worlds poorest people find routes out of poverty.

You earnin1 year. It would take the average labourer inthe developing worldyearsto earn the same amount.

Thirsty? Itll only take youto earn enough for a refreshing can of cola. If the average labourer infancies one, theyll have to work for aroundfor it.

Your monthly income could pay the monthly salaries ofdoctorin.

Richer and ready to give some of your new found wealth to those who need it most? Support our chosen charity and feel a whole lot better for the rest of your day.

CARE Internationalfights poverty and injustice in over 80 countries around the world to help the worlds poorest people find routes out of poverty.

In this era of austerity, were still as obsessed with wealth (or our apparent lack of it) as ever. But while we may not all be oil barons or oligarchs, the vast majority of us are better off than we realise. We wanted to help people to see this. And raise some much needed funds for our favourite charities while we did it.

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Weve offered two possible rankings by income and by wealth. This requires a slightly different approach for each track; weve also tried to achieve the right balance between usability and rigour.

For the income track, weve used the most recent (2008) statistics from the World Bank, based on household surveys. Here we rank you against the entire world population at the time of the surveys, estimated at 6.69 billion people.

For the wealth track, weve primarily relied on2012 estimates from Credit Suisse, who have focussed on the adult population of the world, estimated as 4.59 billion people.

For currency conversion we usePurchasing Power Parity Dollars (PPP$)in order to take into account the difference in cost of living between countries; PPP$ are also less susceptible to short term fluctuations.

After calculating the distribution of wealth or income, we then use a statistical model to estimate your rank.

For the Malaria net statistic, we – this is fully costed and takes into account administrative costs.

For international salaries, we used theOccupational Wages around the World (OWW) Database, based on data collected by theILO, a UN agency.

We estimated the price of a 330ml can of premium-brand cola to be 0.75 USD (PPP$ take care of the rest).

We took the cost of feeding a family of four a very basic diet to be $60 per month. This statistic came from theWorld Food Programme (a UN agency), although there is little supporting information connected with this data point.

For working time statistics, we assume people work 1,920 hours a year (40 hours a week, 48 weeks a year). For the iPhone-only statistic (sorry Android fans), we assume you work 8 hours a day.

Donations will go to CARE International UK. For information about how CARE collects and processes personal data, please visit