2015 Rankings are based on the GDP (PPP) of a country, which compares the generalized differences in the cost of living and standards between countries.
#9 | UNITED STATES
Current International Dollars: 57,045.46
With an estimated $57,000 in 2015, the United States is the largest and most diverse economy to make the top ten of countries with the world’s highest income per capita (PPP). This is a testament to how, through a mix of government spending, increased regulations and growing competitiveness, the US has managed to bounce back from the depth of the recession triggered by the collapse of Wall Street in 2008.