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    Household Income and Expenditure Survey
    (Nation-wide Sample Survey in 2012)
 
Particulars Overall Urban Rural
Average Household Size 4.72 4.67 4.76
Average Monthly Family Expenditure (kyat) 167434.20 202155.32 152010.72
Per Capita Expenditure (Kyat) 35473.35 43288.08 31935.03
Note :
The Household Income and Expenditure Survey 2012 (HIES 2012) covered 330 townships of the 82 townships were surveyed, comprising 67 sample townships and 15 selected townships. The sampling design used was stratified three-stage random sampling design; the first-stage on townships, the second-stage on wards/village tracks and the third-stage on households. It used the interviewing method and covered 32,669 households. The survey estimates may also be subject to non-sampling errors such as deliberate under or over reporting of income and expenditure or reluctance on the part of respondents to state their true levels of income and spending.
 
   Myanmar Living Conditions Survey (2017)
 
Sr.no Particulars Union
(%)
Urban
(%)
Rural
(%)
1 Average Household Size 4.3 4.2 4.3
2 Total Dependency Ratio 51.3 44.5 54.2
3 Percentage of households with access to Public grid 42.2 85.4 24.7
4 Percentage of households owing Smart phone 72.2 87.3 66.1
5 Percentage of households owing TV 54.5 79.4 44.4
6 Percentage of households owing Fridge 17.9 43.7 7.4
7 Percentage of households owing Car 5.3 11.4 2.8
8 Percentage of households owing Motorcycle 52.3 51.2 52.7
9 Percentage of households with a quality wall,floor and roof 40.5 62.6 31.6
10 Percentage of households with access to water during the dry season 56.9 84.0 45.9
11 Percentage of households with access to water during the rainy season 66.9 86.8 58.8
12 Percentage of households with access to improved toilets 89.3 96.5 86.3
13 Percentage of households with access to Basic Sanitation 61.3 70.4 57.5
14 Percentage of individuals aged 15 and above using a phone in the last 7 days 62.3 77.4 55.8
15 Percentage of individuals aged 15 and above using internet in the last 7 days 23.6 41.2 16.1
16 Percentage of those aged 15 and above who report being literate 88.9 94.5 86.5
17 Percentage of those aged 15 and above who report being numerate 91.2 95.8 89.2
18 Primary school net total enrollment rates 94.1 94.7 93.9
19 Middle school net total enrollment rates 71.4 80.9 68.3
20 High school net total enrollment rates 44.4 60.1 38.6
21 Labour force participation rates ( of those aged15 and above) 62.2 60.3 63.1
22 Unemployment rates as share of labour force ( of those aged 15 and above) 2.2 3.1 1.9
Note :
The Myanmar Living Conditions Survey 2017 is representative of the Union Territory, its states and regions and urban and rural areas. It was enumerated in all the districts and 296 of the 330 townships of Myanmar. In total 13,730 households participated in the survey. The survey was a representative sample for Myanmar of 1,145 enumeration areas. The sample was based on the 2014 Population and Housing Census(Census) frame. Sampling weights were used to make estimates representative of the population and the sample provides statistics for the fourteen states and regions and Nay Pyi Taw Council of Myanmar. The survey was conducted continuously over a 12-months period. It collects data on the occupations of people, how much income they earn and how they use this to meet the food, housing, health, education and other needs of their families.
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