Incomes And Expenditures Among Polish Students – A Case Of Students From Czestochowa University Of Technology

Paula Bajdor, Katarzyna Łukasik, Agnieszka Puto, Tomasz Lis

Abstract


The living condition of almost every human being is primarily determined by the financial aspect - because in most cases, the quality and standard of living depends precisely on the income. And it will not be a mistake, the statement that most people are seeking to obtain higher and higher income that, maybe can not "make you happy" but make the life much easier. In Poland, the financial condition of its population is the subject of research conducted by the. An income per capita is being, the average wage is calculated and the level of satisfaction with the current financial situation is being tested as well. However, in their analysis, Central Statistical Office omits a certain social group - the students - now, this group represents 4.2% of the entire Polish population. Having this in mind, a research hav been conducted in order to characterized the structure of income and expenditure in relations to Polish students. In the introduction of this article a brief description of the country has been presented and the structure of income and expenditure of the whole Polish population has been characterized as well. In the further part of the article, the purpose of the research, the used methods and obtained results are presented. The article ends with a summary, which contains the most important conclusions.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.19044/esj.2016.v12n10p%25p

DOI (PDF): http://dx.doi.org/10.19044/esj.2016.v12n10p%25p


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