Among the 15 municipalities with more unemployment, 11 belong to the Community of Andalusia, one to Extremadura (Mérida), another to Toledo (Talavera de la Reina) and the other two are the autonomous cities of Ceuta and Melilla. The statistics of the INE also includes annual average income data, referred on this occasion to the year 2016. Pozuelo de Alarcón and Wind Chill Chart Monte, both belonging to the Community of Madrid, repeat as the cities with the highest average annual net income per inhabitant, with 25,957 and 19,702 euros, respectively, followed by another municipality in Madrid: Las Rozas (19,340 euros per inhabitant ). They are followed by Sant Cugat (Barcelona), with 19,151 euros, and Majadahonda (Madrid), with 18,624 euros per inhabitant. On the contrary, the cities with the lowest per capita income in 2016 were Níjar, in Almería, with 6,253 euros; The Palacios and Villafranca, in Seville, with 6.550 euros; Alhaurín el Grande (Málaga), with 6,629 euros; Vícar (Almería), with 6,634 euros, and Isla Cristina (Huelva), with 6,823 euros.
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The neighborhoods with the highest average annual net income per inhabitant, with data for 2016, are located mainly in Madrid and Barcelona. El Viso and Recoletos, in Madrid, lead the ranking, with 42,819 and 40,681 euros, respectively, followed by Castellana and Piovera, also in Madrid, with just over 35,000 euros. The ‘top 5’ is completed by the Barcelona neighborhood of Pedralbes (33,417 euros). On the other hand, the neighborhoods with the lowest average income per inhabitant belong mainly to Seville and Córdoba. As for the activity rate, Rivas-Vaciamadrid is the municipality that, according to the INE, has the highest estimated activity rate for 2018, with 70.9%. It is followed by two other municipalities in the Community of Madrid: Valdemoro (70.2%) and Parla (68.3%).
On the opposite side, the lowest activity rates are in León (49.9%); Gijón (50.8%); Cádiz and Salamanca (51%); Avilés (51.1%); Ferrol (51.3%); Getxo (51.6%); Wind Chill Chart (51.7%) and Santander and Torrelavega (51.9% in both cases). Vodafone has returned a total of 13,885.65 euros to a client of his neighbor Ermua (Bizkaia) who was billed more than 14,000 euros for roaming, reported today the Basque Consumer Institute-Kontsumobide. The user hired a “roaming” rate for certain countries and already abroad his company informed him that he was running out of the tariff, which he found impossible in such a short time. He contacted the customer service, which indicated that it was an error that would correct, but, back at home, he found that the error had not been corrected and was being charged roaming depending on the established rates instead of the offer you had contracted.