Economy of Vatican City
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|2,832 (December 2011)|
Labour force by occupation
|note: essentially services with a small amount of industry; nearly all dignitaries, priests, nuns, guards, and the approximately 3,000 lay workers live outside the Vatican|
|printing, production of coins, medals, postage stamps, mosaics and staff uniforms and financial services|
|Revenues||$308 million (2011)|
|Expenses||$326.4 million (2011)|
|Economic aid||Peter's Pence|
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The unique, noncommercial economy of Vatican City is supported financially by contributions (known as Peter's Pence) from Roman Catholics throughout the world, the sale of postage stamps and tourist mementos, fees for admission to museums, and the sale of publications.
- revenues: $308 million (2011)
- expenditures: $326.4 million (2011) 
Printing and production of a small amount of mosaics and staff uniforms; worldwide banking and financial activities
- Electricity – production
- Electricity – imports
Euro (since 2002). Vatican City depends on Italy for practical production of banknotes, stamps and other valuable titles. Owing to their rarity, Vatican euro coins are sought by collectors.
The fiscal year is the Calendar year.