Interesting statistics for PR.

Depending on your job, like everywhere else your income will vary so this is not the same from every town, just an average. For example in the Metro area and other places with federal jobs salaries can be twice to 3 times the average. But if you are worried about your income, retirement or not, you should be able to make it just fine if careful. Statistics below:

Although there are no official numbers, the firm Estudios Técnicos—where Villamil is Chief Executive Officer—estimated that a Puerto Rican family with an average annual income of  $19,600, spends about 25 to 30% of this income in raising a child. This would equal $4,900 to $5,800

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