As you can see, like the rest of the world, Scotland is seriously unequal with a yawning gap between the richest and the rest of us. That's worrying because extreme inequality creates a barrier to reducing poverty.
The poorest 10% of households in Scotland are living on less than £240 a week. Yet every week, the top 1% of Scottish households bring home more than ten times that amount.
If you think, like us, that such extreme inequality is unfair when around one in five people in Scotland live in poverty, help us do something about it.
Join Oxfam Scotland’s campaign network today.
Want to know more about the causes of poverty and inequality in the UK and Scotland, and what we can do to tackle them? Read our report here.