Biggest Scottish earners are in Aberdeenshire and Kincardine
Scotland’s highest earners live in Aberdeenshire and Kincardine, according to analysis by NFU Mutual.
Average income for all adults, including the self-employed in both areas was clocked at £27,600.
That is £6,500 more than the average for the country and £9,300 more than those in the lowest earning constituencies, Dundee West and Glasgow South West.
NFU found Edinburgh South was the constituency with the second highest average incomes at £26,700 followed by Aberdeen South with £26,100.
The lowest average earners in Scotland are to be found in Dundee West and Glasgow South West.
Glenrothes in Fife came in third, typically taking some just £200 a year more than those in Dundee and Glasgow South West.
Annual income tax bills in Scotland averaged £2,390.