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List of U.S. states by income – Wikipedia

States ranked by median household income

Rank State 2014 2010 2009 2007 2000
1 Maryland $70,004 $69,272 $70,545 $87,080 $72,372
2 New Jersey $69,825 $68,342 $70,378 $84,035 $70,169
3 California $67,458 $67,034 $71,595 $90,967 $81,972
4 Connecticut $65,753 $66,953 $68,460 $81,333 $67,639
District of Columbia $65,124 $63,098 $57,214 $52,746 $50,681
5 Massachusetts $64,859 $62,081 $61,401 $59,365 $56,236
6 New Hampshire $64,712 $63,557 $62,731 $61,369 $60,489
7 Virginia $62,881 $61,330 $58,233 $59,562 $55,108
8 Hawaii $62,814 $59,290 $57,936 $97,317 [1]
9 Minnesota $61,814 $58,931 $57,021 $59,948 $53,770
10 Alaska $60,287 $69,860 $79,989 $95,470 $90,214
11 Delaware $57,954 $58,548 $60,078 $85,591 $73,439
12 Washington $57,835 $54,616 $52,288 $50,082 $50,011
13 Wyoming $56,322 $55,430 $56,993 $55,212 $54,039
14 Utah $55,869 $55,117 $56,633 $55,109 $55,179
15 Colorado $55,387 $54,659 $56,033 $53,514 $48,201
16 New York $55,246 $54,119 $55,701 $53,914 $52,003
17 Rhode Island $53,636 $53,966 $56,235 $54,124 $49,280
18 Illinois $53,234 $53,341 $56,361 $55,062 $50,819
19 Vermont $52,776 $52,664 $53,207 $51,731 $47,227
20 North Dakota $51,704 $51,618 $52,104 $49,907 $51,622
United States $50,502 $50,221 $52,029 $50,740 [2]
21 Wisconsin $50,395 $49,993 $52,094 $50,578 $48,874
22 Nebraska $50,296 $49,520 $50,713 $48,576 $47,791
23 Pennsylvania $50,228 $48,745 $50,958 $49,889 $46,729
24 Iowa $49,427 $48,457 $50,169 $48,730 $45,485
25 Texas $49,392 $48,259 $50,043 $47,548 $43,425
26 Kansas $48,964 $48,044 $48,980 $47,292 $47,489
27 Nevada $48,927 $47,827 $45,685 $43,753 $43,753
28 South Dakota $48,321 $47,817 $50,177 $47,451 $44,264
29 Oregon $46,816 $47,590 $50,861 $49,136 $46,841
30 Arizona $46,709 $47,357 $49,693 $47,085 $48,126
31 Indiana $46,438 $45,734 $46,581 $45,888 $45,040
32 Maine $46,033 $45,424 $47,966 $47,448 $44,806
33 Georgia $46,007 $45,395 $47,988 $46,597 $45,837
34 Michigan $45,981 $45,255 $48,591 $47,950 $47,064
35 Ohio $45,749 $45,229 $46,867 $45,114 $44,651
36 Missouri $45,247 $45,043 $46,032 $43,424 $44,624
37 Florida $44,299 $44,926 $47,576 $46,253 $46,395
38 Montana $44,222 $44,736 $47,778 $47,804 $44,448
39 North Carolina $43,916 $43,674 $46,549 $44,670 $42,061
40 Idaho $43,341 $43,028 $43,508 $41,452 $40,827
41 Oklahoma $43,225 $42,492 $43,733 $40,926 $37,943
42 South Carolina $42,367 $42,442 $44,625 $43,329 $40,822
43 New Mexico $41,963 $42,322 $43,654 $43,531 $38,629
44 Louisiana $41,734 $41,725 $43,614 $42,367 $40,676
45 Tennessee $41,693 $41,664 $42,822 $41,567 $40,001
46 Alabama $41,415 $40,489 $42,666 $40,554 $38,473
47 Kentucky $41,141 $40,072 $41,538 $40,267 $38,466
Guam $38,973
48 Arkansas $38,758 $37,823 $38,815 $38,134 $37,420
49 West Virginia $38,482 $37,435 $37,989 $37,060 $37,227
50 Mississippi $36,919 $36,646 $37,790 $36,338 $35,261
U.S. Virgin Islands $30,921
Northern Mariana Islands $23,171
Puerto Rico $23,168
American Samoa $34,254[3] $17,018[4]

Median Household Income by State [5] [6] [7][8] [9] [10][11] [12]

States ranked by per capita income

All data is from the 2010-2014 American Community Survey 1-Year Estimates.[5][6]

Rank State Per capita
income
Median
household
income
Median
family
income
Population Number of
households
Number of
families
District of Columbia $45,877 $71,648 $84,094 658,893 277,378 117,864
1 Connecticut $39,373 $70,048 $88,819 3,596,677 1,355,817 887,263
2 New Jersey $37,288 $69,160 $87,951 8,938,175 2,549,336 1,610,581
3 Massachusetts $36,593 $71,919 $88,419 6,938,608 3,194,844 2,203,675
4 Maryland $36,338 $73,971 $89,678 5,976,407 2,165,438 1,445,972
5 New Hampshire $34,691 $66,532 $80,581 1,326,813 519,756 345,901
6 Virginia $34,052 $64,902 $78,290 8,326,289 3,083,820 2,058,820
7 New York $33,095 $58,878 $71,115 19,746,227 7,282,398 4,621,954
8 North Dakota $33,071 $59,029 $75,221 739,482 305,431 187,800
9 Alaska $33,062 $71,583 $82,307 736,732 249,659 165,015
10 Minnesota $32,638 $61,481 $77,941 5,457,173 2,129,195 1,369,594
11 Colorado $32,357 $61,303 $75,405 5,355,866 2,039,592 1,315,283
12 Washington $31,841 $61,366 $74,193 7,061,530 2,679,601 1,725,099
13 Rhode Island $30,830 $54,891 $71,212 1,055,173 409,654 257,165
14 Delaware $30,488 $59,716 $72,594 935,614 349,743 233,000
15 California $30,441 $61,933 $71,015 38,802,500 12,758,648 8,762,059
16 Illinois $30,417 $57,444 $71,796 12,880,580 4,772,421 3,099,184
17 Hawaii $29,736 $69,592 $79,187 1,419,561 450,769 314,151
18 Wyoming $29,698 $57,055 $72,460 584,153 232,594 149,032
19 Pennsylvania $29,220 $53,234 $67,876 12,787,209 4,945,972 3,185,054
20 Vermont $29,178 $54,166 $67,154 626,562 257,229 162,017
United States $28,889 $53,657 $65,910 318,857,056 117,259,427 77,152,072
21 Iowa $28,361 $53,712 $67,771 3,107,126 1,241,471 801,562
22 Wisconsin $28,213 $52,622 $67,187 5,757,564 2,307,685 1,485,877
23 Maine $27,978 $49,462 $62,078 1,330,089 549,841 344,585
24 Kansas $27,870 $52,504 $66,425 2,904,021 1,109,280 728,602
25 Oregon $27,646 $51,075 $62,670 3,970,239 1,535,511 966,250
26 Nebraska $27,446 $52,686 $66,120 1,881,503 740,765 480,317
27 Texas $27,125 $53,035 $62,830 26,956,958 9,277,197 6,407,165
28 South Dakota $26,959 $50,979 $66,936 853,175 334,475 211,235
29 Ohio $26,937 $49,308 $62,300 11,594,163 4,593,172 2,923,523
30 Michigan $26,613 $49,847 $62,143 9,909,877 3,834,574 2,485,159
31 Florida $26,582 $47,463 $57,212 19,893,297 7,328,046 4,693,411
32 Missouri $26,126 $48,363 $61,299 6,063,589 2,354,809 1,508,816
33 Montana $25,989 $46,328 $60,643 1,023,579 410,962 251,176
34 North Carolina $25,774 $46,556 $57,380 9,943,964 3,790,620 2,492,048
35 Nevada $25,773 $51,450 $60,824 2,839,099 1,021,519 642,461
36 Arizona $25,715 $50,068 $59,700 6,731,484 2,428,743 1,579,481
37 Georgia $25,615 $49,321 $58,885 10,097,343 3,587,521 2,426,392
38 Oklahoma $25,229 $47,529 $58,710 3,878,051 1,459,759 966,516
39 Indiana $25,140 $49,446 $60,780 6,596,855 2,502,739 1,657,223
40 Tennessee $24,922 $44,361 $55,557 6,549,352 2,509,665 1,660,344
41 Utah $24,877 $60,922 $69,535 2,942,902 918,370 691,495
42 Louisiana $24,800 $44,555 $56,573 4,649,676 1,718,194 1,112,659
43 South Carolina $24,596 $45,238 $56,491 4,832,482 1,826,914 1,201,616
44 Idaho $23,938 $47,861 $58,101 1,634,464 591,587 407,499
45 Kentucky $23,684 $42,958 $54,776 4,413,457 1,712,094 1,124,586
46 New Mexico $23,683 $44,803 $54,705 2,085,572 760,916 489,532
47 Alabama $23,606 $42,830 $53,764 4,849,377 1,841,217 1,232,515
48 Arkansas $22,883 $41,262 $51,528 2,966,369 1,131,288 752,212
49 West Virginia $22,714 $41,059 $52,413 1,850,326 735,375 472,869
50 Mississippi $21,036 $39,680 $50,178 2,994,079 1,095,823 738,463
Puerto Rico $11,241 $18,928 $22,477 3,548,397 1,233,490 867,505

Income statistics[edit]

In the United States the most widely cited personal income statistics are the Bureau of Economic Analysis‘s personal income and the Census Bureau‘s per capita money income. The two statistics spring from different traditions of measurement—personal income from national economic accounts and money income from household surveys. BEA’s statistics relate personal income to measures of production, including GDP, and is considered an indicator of consumer spending. The Census Bureau’s statistics provide detail on income distribution and demographics and are used to produce the nation’s official poverty statistics.

Personal income and disposable personal income[edit]

BEA’s personal income measures the income received by persons from participation in production, from government and business transfers, and from holding interest-bearing securities and corporate stocks. Personal income also includes income received by nonprofit institutions serving households, by private non-insured welfare funds, and by private trust funds. BEA also publishes disposable personal income, which measures the income available to households after paying federal and state and local government income taxes.

Income from production is generated both by the labor of individuals (for example, in the form of wages and salaries and of proprietors’ income) and by the capital that they own (in the form of rental income of persons). Income that is not earned from production in the current period—such as capital gains, which relate to changes in the price of assets over time—is excluded.

BEA’s monthly personal income estimates are one of several key macroeconomic indicators that the National Bureau of Economic Research considers when dating the business cycle.

Personal income and disposable personal income are provided both as aggregate and as per capita statistics. BEA produces monthly estimates of personal income for the nation, quarterly estimates of state personal income, and annual estimates of local-area personal income. More information is found on BEA’s website.

Census Money Income[edit]

The Census Bureau collects income data on several major surveys, including the Annual Social and Economic Supplement (ASEC) of the Current Population Survey (CPS), the Survey of Income and Program Participation (SIPP), and the American Community Survey (ACS). The CPS is the source of the official national estimates of poverty and the most widely cited source of annual household income estimates for the United States.[7]

The CPS measure of money income is defined as the total pre-tax cash income received by people on a regular basis, excluding certain lump-sum payments and excluding capital gains.

The Census Bureau also produces alternative estimates of income and poverty based on broadened definitions of income that include many of these income components that are not included in money income.

The Census Bureau releases estimates of household money income as medians, percent distributions by income categories, and on a per capita basis. Estimates are available by demographic characteristics of householders and by the composition of households. More details on income concepts and sources are found on the Census Bureau’s website.

By educational attainment[edit]

Historical median personal income by education attainment in the US.png

Median personal income by educational attainment (2015)[2]
Measure Some High School High school graduate Some college Associate’s degree Bachelor’s degree or higher Bachelor’s degree Master’s degree Professional degree Doctorate degree
Persons, age 25+ w/ earnings $17,116 $25,785 $30,932 $35,072 $55,071 $49,804 $61,655 $91,538 $79,231
Male, age 25+ w/ earnings $22,214 $32,307 $39,823 $43,785 $70,437 $62,304 $78,222 $111,881 $91,604
Female, age 25+ w/ earnings $12,768 $19,810 $24,512 $28,664 $45,170 $40,115 $51,494 $65,012 $68,887
Persons, age 25+, employed full-time $30,598 $38,102 $43,377 $47,401 $71,221 $64,074 $77,285 $117,679 $101,307

Income distribution[edit]

Of those individuals with income who were older than 15 years of age, approximately 50% had incomes below $30,000 while the top 10% had incomes exceeding $95,000 a year in 2015.[2] The distribution of income among individuals differs substantially from household incomes as 39% of all households had two or more income earners. As a result, 25% of households have incomes above $100,000,[8] even though only 9.2% of Americans had incomes exceeding $100,000 in 2010.[2]

As a reference point, the US minimum wage since 2009 has been $7.25 per hour or $15,080 for the 2080 hours in a typical work year. The minimum wage is approximately 25% over the official U.S. government-designated poverty income level for a single person unit (before taxes) and about 63% of the designated poverty level for a family of four, assuming only one worker (before taxes). (See Poverty in the United States). Annual wages of $30,160; $45,240; $75,400; $150,800 and $1.5M correspond to 2, 3, 5, 10 and 100 times minimum wage respectively.[9]

Income distribution among all those above age 25 and those between 25 and 64 with earnings.[10][11] NOTE: 25+ statistics will not add up exactly to 100% due to the unemployment rate

Income range Number of individuals Percent in group Percent at or below Cumulative percentages
Under $2,500 14,689,000 6.48 6.48 less than $25k
42.87%
less than $50k
70.23%
less than $100k
90.85%
$2,500 to $4,999 6,262,000 2.76 9.24
$5,000 to $7,499 7,657,000 3.38 12.62
$7,500 to $9,999 10,551,000 4.65 17.27
$10,000 to $12,499 12,474,000 5.50 22.77
$12,500 to $14,999 8,995,000 3.97 26.74
$15,000 to $17,499 10,672,000 4.71 31.44
$17,500 to $19,999 7,931,000 3.50 34.94
$20,000 to $22,499 11,301,000 4.86 39.80
$22,500 to $24,999 6,962,000 3.07 42.87
$25,000 to $50,000
$25,000 to $27,499 9,623,000 4.24 47.12 $25k–$50k
27.36%
$27,500 to $29,999 5,535,000 2.44 49.56
$30,000 to $32,499 10,399,000 4.59 54.15
$32,500 to $34,999 4,429,000 1.95 56.10
$35,000 to $37,499 7,975,000 3.52 59.62
$37,500 to $39,999 3,930,000 1.73 61.35
$40,000 to $42,499 8,091,000 3.57 64.92
$42,500 to $44,999 3,113,000 1.37 66.29
$45,000 to $47,499 5,718,000 2.52 68.81
$47,500 to $49,999 3,221,000 1.42 70.23
$50,000 to $75,000
$50,000 to $52,499 7,130,000 3.14 73.38 $50k–$75k
14.06%
$50k–$100k
20.62%
$52,500 to $54,999 2,489,000 1.10 74.47
$55,000 to $57,499 3,834,000 1.69 76.16
$57,500 to $59,999 2,066,000 0.91 77.08
$60,000 to $62,499 5,047,000 2.23 79.30
$62,500 to $64,999 1,894,000 0.84 80.14
$65,000 to $67,499 3,289,000 1.45 81.59
$67,500 to $69,999 1,493,000 0.66 82.24
$70,000 to $72,499 3,264,000 1.44 83.68
$72,500 to $74,999 1,372,000 0.61 84.29
$75,000 to $100,000
$75,000 to $77,499 2,922,000 1.29 85.58 $75k–$100k
6.56%
$77,500 to $79,999 1,307,000 0.58 86.15
$80,000 to $82,499 2,725,000 1.20 87.36
$82,500 to $84,999 1,021,000 0.45 87.81
$85,000 to $87,499 1,508,000 0.67 88.47
$87,500 to $89,999 856,000 0.38 88.85
$90,000 to $92,499 1,966,000 0.87 89.72
$92,500 to $94,999 712,000 0.31 90.03
$95,000 to $97,499 1,090,000 0.48 90.51
$97,500 to $99,999 768,000 0.34 90.85
$100,000 or more
$100,000 or more 20,755,000 9.15 100 9.15%

SOURCE: US Census Bureau, Current Population Survey 2016[2]

Over time, by ethnicity and sex[edit]

This chart is median income of 15 year olds or older, who have non-zero income.[12] Amounts are shown in nominal dollars and in real dollars in parentheses, 2004 dollars.

1950 1960 1970 1980 1990 2000 2004
Overall Male $2,570 ($17,076) $4,080 ($22,051) $6,670 ($28,100) $12,530 ($27,206) $20,293 ($28,439) $28,343 ($31,089) $30,513
Female $953 ($6,333) $1,261 ($6,815) $2,237 ($9,424) $4,920 ($10,683) $10,070 ($14,112) $16,063 ($17,619) $17,629
White/European American Male $2,709 ($18,001) $4,296 ($23,219) $7,011 ($30,536) $13,328 ($28,939) $21,170 ($29,668) $29,797 ($32,684) $31,335
Female $1,060 ($7,044) $1,352 ($7,307) $2,266 ($9,546) $4,947 ($10,741) $10,317 ($14,459) $16,079 ($17,637) $17,648
Black/African American Male $1,471 ($9,775) $2,260 ($12,215) $4,157 ($17,513) $8,009 ($17,390) $12,868 ($18,034) $21,343 ($23,411) $22,740
Female $474 ($3,150) $837 ($4,524) $2,063 ($8,691) $4,580 ($9,944) $8,328 ($11,671) $15,581 ($17,420) $18,379
Asian Male NA NA NA NA $19,394 ($27,179) $30,833 ($33,820) $32,419
Female NA NA NA NA $11,086 ($15,536) $17,356 ($19,038) $20,618

By ethnicity and origin[edit]

Personal income varied significantly with an individual’s racial characteristics with racial discrepancies having remained largely stagnant since 1996. Overall, Asian Americans enjoyed higher median personal incomes than any other racial demographic. Asian Americans had a median income roughly ten percent higher than that of Whites.[13] The only exception was among the holders of graduate degrees who constitute 8.9% of the population. Among those with a Master’s, Professional or Doctorate degree those who identified as White had the highest median individual income. This racial income gap was relatively small.[13][14]

Those identifying as Hispanic or Latino (who may have been of any “race”) had the lowest overall median personal income, earning 28.51% less than Whites[14][15] and 35% less than Asian Americans.[13] The second largest racial or ethnic gap was between Whites and African Americans with the former earning roughly 22% more than the latter. Thus one can observe a significant discrepancy with the median income of Asians and Whites and that of African Americans and Hispanics.[16]

Overall the race gap between African Americans and Whites has remained roughly equal between both races over the past decade.[14][17] Both races saw a gain in median income between 1996 and 2006, with the income growth among African Americans slightly outpacing that of Whites. In 1996 the median income for Whites was $5,957 (31%) higher than for Blacks. In 2006 the gap in median incomes was nearly identical with the median income for Whites being $5,929 (22%) higher than that for African Americans. While the gap remains numerically unchanged, the percentage difference between the two races has decreased as a result of mutual increases in median personal income.[14][17]

Measuring income by per capita is another way to look at personal earnings by race. Unlike median statistics, per capita statistics are affected by extremely high and low incomes. According to the U.S Census Bureau “The per capita income for the overall population in 2008 was $26,964; for non-Hispanic Whites, it was $31,313; for Blacks, it was $18,406; for Asians, it was $30,292; and for Hispanics, it was $15,674.”[18]

Race Overall Median High School Some College College Graduate Bachelor’s Degree Master’s Degree Doctorate Degree
Total population All, age 25+ 32,140 26,505 31,054 49,303 43,143 52,390 70,853
Full-time workers, age 25-64 39,509 31,610 37,150 56,027 50,959 61,324 79,292
White alone All, age 25+ 33,030 27,311 31,564 49,972 43,833 52,318 85,658
Full-time workers, age 25-64 40,422 32,427 38,481 56,903 51,543 61,441 77,906
Asian alone All, age 25+ 36,152 25,285 29,982 51,481 42,466 61,452 69,653
Full-time workers, age 25-64 42,109 27,041 33,120 60,532 51,040 71,316 91,430
African American All, age 25+ 27,101 22,379 27,648 44,534 41,572 48,266 61,894
Full-time workers, age 25-64 32,021 26,230 32,392 47,758 45,505 52,858 73,265
Hispanic or Latino (of any race) All, age 25+ 23,613 22,941 28,698 41,596 37,819 50,901 67,274
Full-time workers, age 25-64 27,266 26,461 33,120 46,594 41,831 53,880 N/A

Source: US Census Bureau, 2006[19]

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