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http://www.stat.go.jp/english/data/kakei/156view.htm

Summary of The 2002 Family Income and Expenditure Survey

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CONTENTS

I Outline of Family Income and Expenditure in 2002 1. Expenditure of All Households 2. Income and Expenditure of Workers' Households 3. Expenditure of "Other Households" 4. Expenditure by Type of Goods and Services II Income and Expenditure by Characteristics of Households 1. Income and Expenditure by Age Group of Household Head 2. Income and Expenditure by Yearly Income Quintile Group 3. Income and Expenditure by Occupation of Household Head 4. Income and Expenditure of Households with Retired Household Heads of 60 Years Old or Over 5. Income and Expenditure of Double-Income Nuclear Households (i.e. nuclear households with a wage-earner household head and a wage-earner spouse) 6. Income and Expenditure of Households Repaying Housing Loans

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I Outline of Family Income and Expenditure in 2002

1. Expenditure of All Households

(1) The average monthly living expenditure per household for 2002 was 306,129 yen, down 0.8% in nominal terms but up 0.3% in real terms from the previous year, due to a 1.1% decrease of consumer prices. The living expenditure showed an increase after a nine-straight-year decrease in real terms. The average monthly living expenditure per household member was 95,965 yen, up 0.1% in nominal terms and 1.2% in real terms. (2) Among ten major categories of living expenditure, the percentage of spending on "food" (Engel's coefficient) went up to 23.3% by 0.1 percent point from the previous year. Other four categories - "transportation and communication", "housing", "medical care" and "education", - gained their shares, accounting for 11.9%, 6.6%, 3.8% and 4.2% of living expenditure respectively, while "furniture and household utensils", "clothes and footwear" and "reading and recreation" lost their shares, accounting for 3.4%, 4.8% and 10.1% respectively. "fuel, light and water charges" and "other living expenditure" such as social expenses remained at the same level with the previous year, accounting for 6.9% and 25.0% respectively.

2. Income and Expenditure of Workers' Households

(1) The average monthly income per household was 538,277 yen, down 2.3% in nominal terms and 1.2% in real terms from the previous year, showing a five-straight-year decrease in both terms for the first time since the current survey had begun in 1963. Among income categories, the income of "Other household members" and the temporary income and bonuses of household head substantially decreased by 10.5% and 6.5% in real terms respectively, also the regular income of household head decreased by 0.2%, while the income of "female spouse of household head" substantially increased by 5.3%. (2) The average monthly non-living expenditure was 85,776 yen, down 0.8% in nominal terms, showing a five-straight-year decrease. Among categories of the non-living expenditure, personal local inhabitant taxes and the earned income taxes decreased by 2.8% and 1.9% in nominal terms respectively, due to the decrease of previous year's income, while the social insurance premiums such as the public pension increased by 0.2% in nominal terms. The ratio of the non-living expenditure to the income was 15.9%, up 0.2 percent point from the previous year. (3) The average monthly disposable income, i.e. income minus non-living expenditure, was 452,501 yen, down 2.6% in nominal terms and 1.5% in real terms, showing a five-straight-year decrease in both terms. (4) The average living expenditure was 330,651 yen, down 1.3% in nominal terms and 0.2% in real terms, showing a five-straight-year decrease in both terms. (5) The average propensity to consume (the ratio of the living expenditure to the disposable income) was 73.1%, up 1.0 percent point from the previous year. (6) The ratio of the surplus to the disposable income was 26.9%, down 1.0 percent point from the previous year. Among the surplus, the net increase of current assets amounted to 17.8% of the disposable income, down 1.1% percent point from the previous year. Net decrease in debts for houses and land (payments of debts for houses and land minus debts for houses and land) amounted to 7.3% of the disposable income, up 1.7 percent point from the previous year, the highest since the current survey had begun in 1963.

3. Expenditure of "Other Households"

The average monthly living expenditure of households other than workers' households was 272,770 yen per household, up 0.3% in nominal terms and 1.4% in real terms from the previous year, showing an increase after a nine-year decrease in real terms.

4. Expenditure by Type of Goods and Services

(1) Among living expenditure (excluding pocket money, money gifts, other social expenses and remittance) of all households, spending on goods decreased by 1.5% in nominal terms, but increased by 0.3% in real terms from the previous year, showing an increase after a five-year decrease in real terms. By type of goods, durables such as automobiles and air conditioners decreased in real terms, and semi-durables such as clothes and footwear decreased in real terms, while non-durables such as food increased in real terms. Semi-durables showed an eleven-straight-year decrease in real terms. Spending on services increased by 1.6% in both terms. The ratio of services expenditure to the living expenditure was 41.7%, up 0.7 percent point from the previous year.

II Income and Expenditure by Characteristics of Households

1. Income and Expenditure by Age Group of Household Head

(1) By age group of household head among all households, the living expenditure of the group of 60 years old or over increased by 2.5% in real terms from the previous year, also 30-39 years old increased by 0.2%, while under 30 years old, 50-59 years old and 40-49 years old decreased by 4.1%, 1.5% and 0.3% respectively. (2) By age group of household head among workers' households, the income of the group of 60 years old or over decreased in real terms from the previous year, also 50-59 years old and 40-49 years old decreased, while 30-39 years old increased and under 30 years old was the same level with the previous year. Among income categories, the income of household head decreased in real terms in all the groups. The living expenditure of under 30 years old, 40-49 years old and 50-59 years old decreased in real terms, while 30-39 years old and 60 years old or over increased.

2. Income and Expenditure by Yearly Income Quintile Group

(1) By yearly income quintile group among workers' households, the income of the lowest income group decreased by 4.3% in real terms from the previous year, also the second lowest, the middle and the highest decreased by 3.2%, 0.9% and 0.4% respectively, while the second highest increased by 0.1%. The gap of income between the highest and the lowest expanded, showing a two-straight-year expansion. (2) The ratio of non-living expenditure to the income of the lowest income group was 11.9%, the second lowest 13.6%, the middle 14.8%, the second highest 16.3% and the highest 18.7% respectively. The gap of non-living expenditure between the highest and the lowest expanded after a three-year reduction. (3) The disposable income of the lowest income group decreased by 4.4% in real terms from the previous year, also the second lowest, the middle and the highest decreased by 3.6%, 1.2% and 0.8% respectively, while the second highest was the same level with the previous year. (4) The living expenditure of the lowest income group decreased by 3.2% in real terms from the previous year, also that of the middle decreased by 2.9%, while the second lowest, the second highest and the highest increased by 0.6%, 1.3% and 1.3% respectively. (5) The propensity to consume of the lowest, the second lowest, the second highest and the highest income groups increased from the previous year, while the middle decreased.

3. Income and Expenditure by Occupation of Household Head

(1) By occupation of household head among workers' households, the income of private office workers' households decreased by 2.1% in real terms from the previous year, also that of non-office workers' households decreased by 1.8%, and that of officials' households decreased by 0.2%. As for the disposable income, private office workers' households decreased by 2.4% in real terms, also that of non-office workers' households decreased by 2.1%, and that of officials' households decreased by 0.2%. The living expenditure of officials' households decreased by 1.8% in real terms from the previous year, also that of non-office workers' households decreased by 1.2%, while private office workers' households increased by 0.2%. The living expenditure of private office workers' households showed an increase after a four-year decrease in real terms. The propensity to consume of official's households (65.9%) decreased from the previous year, while private office workers' households (74.8%) and non-office workers' households (75.1%) increased. (2) Among households other than workers' households, the living expenditure of "no-occupation" increased by 2.6% in real terms from the previous year, also that of "individual proprietors" increased by 1.9%, while "corporative administrators" decreased by 2.2%, also that of "professional services" decreased by 1.0%.

4. Income and Expenditure of Households with Retired Household Heads of 60 Years Old or Over

(1) The average monthly income per household was 230,131 yen, down 1.5% in real terms from the previous year. The disposable income was 203,280 yen, down 1.9% in real terms. (2) The living expenditure was 256,167 yen, up 2.6% in real terms from the previous year, showing an increase after a two-year decrease. Among major expenditure categories, spending on "housing" such as "repairs and maintenance" substantially increased in real terms, also "transportation and communication", "food", "medical care", "reading and recreation", "fuel, light and water charges", "miscellaneous" in "other living expenditure" and "social expenses" in "other living expenditure" increased. On the other hand, spending on "furniture and household utensils" and "clothes and footwear" decreased. "furniture and household utensils", "reading and recreation", "fuel, light and water charges" and "clothes and footwear" lost their shares, while "housing", "food" and "transportation and communication" gained their shares. Engel's coefficient was 24.7%, up 0.2 percent point from the previous year. (3) The propensity to consume was 126.0%, up 5.6 percent point from the previous year, showing a five-straight-year increase. The excess of the living expenditure over the disposable income was 52,887 yen, showing an increase from the previous year.

5. Income and Expenditure of Double-Income Nuclear Households (i.e. nuclear households with a wage-earner household head and a wage-earner spouse)

(1) The average monthly income per household was 625,256 yen, up 2.3% in real terms from the previous year. The disposable income was 526,151 yen, up 1.9% in real terms. Among income categories, the income of the male household head from his work increased by 0.7% in real terms, also that of the female spouse from her work increased by 8.7% in real terms. The income of the female spouse from her work was 158,683 yen, approximately 1.90 million yen per annum, and its ratio to the total income was 25.4%, up 1.5 percent point from the previous year. (2) The living expenditure was 352,601 yen, up 0.6% in real terms from the previous year. Among major expenditure categories, spending on "housing" substantially increased in real terms, also "education", "medical care", "reading and recreation", "food" and "furniture and household utensils" increased. On the other hand, "transportation and communication" substantially decreased, also "clothes and footwear" and "fuel, light and water charges" decreased. (3) The surplus was 173,550 yen, up 3.8% in nominal terms from the previous year. The ratio of the surplus to the disposable income was 33.0%, up 1.0 percent point from the previous year.

6. Income and Expenditure of Households Repaying Housing Loans

(1) The ratio of households repaying housing loans to the workers' households was 33.5%, showing a two-straight-year decrease from the previous year, but still keeping in a high level. (2) The average monthly income per household was 647,108 yen, up 1.5% in real terms from the previous year. The disposable income was 537,586 yen, up 1.1% in real terms. Among income categories, the income of the spouse of household head substantially increased in real terms, and the income of the household head also increased. (3) The average monthly repayment of housing loans amounted to 108,167 yen, approximately 1.30 million yen per annum, up 1.1% in nominal terms from the previous year. The ratio of repayment of housing loans to the disposable income was 20.1%, up 0.2 percent point from the previous year for the first 20% level since 1979.

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