The median household income is commonly used to generate data about geographic areas and divides households into two equal segments with the first half of households earning less than the median household income and the other half earning more.
Obama has destroyed the middle class! Median household income is down, phony unemployment numbers! Sad to watch.
also, never point out the median household income in Cleveland. They don't like it.
The median household income of Trump voters is higher than the median household income of all Americans
In 98 out of 100 counties median household income levels are unchanged or lower than in 2007.
CT news: 48% of ppl age 18-25 live at home, highest in US, claim due to student loan debt, but CT median household income 4th highest in US
"Trump voters have a median household income of $72,000." Not White working class who were left behind.
38% of users are age 25-44 with a median age of 45, Median household income of $79,500, 48% have a college degree.
in USD, it was 3.5 or so times the median household income in CLE
Montana, Tennessee had the largest increases in median household income in 2015:
Did you know. ? . City of Surprise Demographics (population, education, median household income, etc) that...
US Census Bureau released 1Q which found 47MILLION AMERICANS fall BELOW the POVERTY THRESHOLD of $24,000 median hou…
The median household income in Toronto is $76,219.
Key audience for PEOPLE (per - women 16-45 with a median household income of $72,000.
50/50 last night was close to $80,000 in USD. The median household income in Cleveland, OH is $26,556
Bourey presenting slew of numbers - median household income, unemployment, crime stats - this year compared to last. Crime slightly up (1/2)
Has life as an African American improved under Obama? The wage gap between races has increased and median household income down for blacks.
The median household income of a Trump voter so far in the primaries is about $72,000-Nate Silver
With the median average household income at $52,000, retail strategy can't just be focused in populated urban areas. Key point.
with Median Household Income up 5.2% in 2015 --- the median Household is doing very well.
The Fulnecky controversy cost taxpayers more than twice the median household income.
That's $11k higher than the $62,000 median household income for non-Hispanic whites in Am…
The nation’s three wealthiest counties (by median household income), and five of the top seven, are suburbs of Washing…
has a conversation about this yesterday. Realized we're paying more than the median household income in taxes.
From average home sale price to crime risks, education level of population, and median household income, all of...
The most recent Census Bureau data showed that median household income — what people in the exact middle of the Amer…
Median household income stayed flat or declined in nearly every Ky county after the Great Recession, via WDRB. ^JC
Lol well considering that it's roughly twice the median household income in America, I think we can call that "a lot" lol
The median household income in Massena, NY is about $41K.
Better still, look at median household income published by SKorea $41K, Spain $22 Portugal $16K (Source:
third in median household income, number four in labor force, and number four in exports. We lead the world in only three categories:
SMH Lies-Its relative to OZ median household income-So compare with most countries which have low MHS they are better off
Additionally, the median household income in Grambling, Louisiana is $19,331.
Anyone know where to find the median household income in Italy in 2014?
New data confirm NC outperforming nat'l trend on median household income. Oddly, that wasn't the headline.
Pittsburgh Metro has a lower median household income and per capita income than Saint Louis that's a fact
The majority of bargain readers we surveyed earn more than the US median household income of $51,017.
yes bro.But median household income in India is 50k.I think only 30% of popltn s IT.U knw even US ppl have prob wit data plans.
Median rent in is $915. Median household income for renters is $26,624. That puts median rent at 41% of median renter income.
County-by-county map of median household income change via
That must be nice. Incidentally, Montana is 38th in the nation in median household income and 34th in per capita income.
I make less than the annual median US household income and instead of splurging I save and invest in Canadian companies.
.Median household income fell by signifi. margin in 2/3 of counties2009-14. Sharp downturn in most ofWis.
I totally agree with you. I don't care about the top 1%. What I want to do is to raise the median household income to $200K.
Illinois property taxes have grown more than 3X faster than the state’s median household income since 1990 https…
Median household income is finally back to where it was when recession began 8 years ago. https:/…
Fair market for a three bedroom property in 2015 needed an average of 27% of median household income while...
The economy does better with a Democrat in the Whitehouse. Has for about the last 70 years.
Assume not responsible for first 3 months of median wage, & it's flat under his watch.
Perspective: Chgo has 4x more people than Det and nearly double the median household income. C'mon, man.
The median household income in his district is $36,000 Dem Congressman with Millions in Legal Bills Wants Pay Raise
The difference in median income household income between blacks has grown from about $19,000 in 1967 to $27,000 in 2011. 😨😔
An estimated 576K Americans spent more than the median household income on Rx meds in 2014, a 63% increase from '13.
Median household income fell 27% between 1999 and 2013 in Galesburg, IL.
Did you know? The median household income of first-time buyers is $64,400.
Fastest way to improve the economy: make their salary equal to the median household income, updated annually.
Depends on state, etc. Median household incomes are here
60% of average (median) household income rather than wage: median income was £15,877 in 2013 (adj. for hhold composition)
Should 'upper middle class' be capped at something like twice median household income? Term seems stretched to meaninglessness these days.
How's that working out for Memphis? Median household income is $32k, upward mobility is nonexistent.
Purchasing power of USD getting killed, but median household income is staying stagnant.
AK has the largest land mass and least amount of people, but their median household income in Alaska is 64k?!? Doing what & where!?
am I right in thinking median household income in Inner London is @ £36,900 average household income £50,670
Chinese Americans represent lucrative market for FAs, w/ median household income that’s 30% above rest of the US
+ also have the lowest divorce rate in the US, 6th lowest unemployment, 5th highest median household income, +
Real Median Household Income in the United States has dropped nearly $5,000 since 1999 -
Rand Paul's Kentucky ranks in the bottom 6 in the U.S. in median and household income education and well being. Leader my ***
Median comp. per FTE in club industry is $45,900 per year vs the median US household income of $51,371
Santa Clara almost 90k median household income. One of highest in California. Silicon Valley $$
Must be nice to live in Silicon Valley, where median household income is $90,000+
City of Cleveland ranks LAST in median income of AfAm families.
Cleveland ranks last for black median household income
Median U.S. household income today is lower today than in 1989, even though the economy’s size has nearly doubled
The median household income in Alabama of just $41,574 in 2012 was fourth lowest in the nation. Thanks GOP.
And here is one more: Fed Reserve statistics on Corporate Profits v Median Household Income
It would take a family w/ median household income, 446 yrs to earn what the Clintons earned for speeches last year. https:/…
[ Politics ] Open Question : Why do Americans think that they are so great?: I live in Kuwait. It ranks 9th in median household income.…
250k is 4.63x time median household income of PA and is 127% than the quantile boundary to enter the top 5% of earners.
By 2020 Every Median Income household in the Us & Canada will own at least one EV (Electric Vehicle). The EV Way is the way of the future!
"The median household income in the United States is about $52,000. So go ahead and picture a..."
Great article about the limits of using median household income as an economic gauge of financial well-being.
Graphic: Median household income by race in 2013. COMING SUNDAY
Graphic: Track median household income by race in from 1980 to 2013. COMING SUNDAY
Terri Cleveland believes we cannot continue to be satisfied with ranking near the very bottom nationally in several of the most important categories including: Secondary Education (47th nationally in average teacher salaries and 48th in expenditures per student) Economy (45th nationally in median household income)
Houston ranked No. 4 on Forbes’ list of “The U.S. Regions to Watch in 2014.” According to the report, Houston had a gross domestic product growth of 12.3% between 2007 and 2012, and a population growth of 11.5% during that time. Between 2007 and October 2013, Houston saw a job growth of 9.2%, though median household income is still down 4.7 percent from prerecession levels. Austin — which recorded a 21.7 percent for GDP growth — was first on the list, followed by San Antonio. Dallas was listed as number 6. The list was compiled based on research from Praxis Strategy Group that looked at eight metrics for the nation’s 52 largest metropolitan statistical areas. Forbes reports that a separate survey found Houston is one of the cities that has gained the most young college graduates since 2006, and the city is expected to add 140,000 new households by 2017 — the largest increase in the nation.
The graph shows a couple of glaring facts. 1) Notice what happens to the unemployment rate right after the Bush tax cuts, they fell like a rock. Tax cuts produced jobs as they always do. 2) This shows perfectly the impact of Obama's policies. The recession ended in June 2009 yet look what happened afterwards, specifically median household income. The numbers are worse than during the actual recession.
Video shows Arizona police shooting man with hands over his head By Juan Verala Luz 1 February 2014 Last week a local news station in Eloy, Arizona ran footage of police shooting an unarmed man, Manuel Orosco Longoria, in the back while he had his hands in the air, contradicting police claims that he was attempting to draw a weapon. The video was released two weeks after the shooting. On January 14th Pinal County sheriff deputies and Eloy police officers pursued 40-year-old Manuel Orosco Longoria after he failed to pull over at a traffic stop. A 45-minute chase ensued, eventually ending with Longoria stepping out of the car. Police proceeded to shoot him to death as he had his hands up. Following the incident, Pinal County sheriff Paul Babeu claimed that Longoria attempted to brandish a weapon after stepping out of the car. “A deputy felt the suspect was reaching for the gun he reportedly had,” he commented, “so he then fired two rounds from his department-issued patrol rifle.” Subsequent revelati ...
Median household income in America has fallen for four consecutive years. Overall, it has declined by over $4000 during that time span.
In Owsley County, Ky., a community of about 5,000, residents earn the lowest median household income in the country outside of Puerto Rico, according to the U.S. Census. The decline in coal, tobacco and lumber industries have taken a harsh toll on this community where locals also face a high incidence of drug addiction, the Daily Mail reports.
Fact & Opinion Fact- Since Jan 2009 median household income has dropped $3,827. Fact- Poverty level increased from 13.2% to 15%. A record 46.5 million Americans are now considered poor. Opinion-It's just too easy to give a point by point rebuttal to any speech Obama gives but why bother. America is getting over him. Anything he has to say is so irrelevant as is the man himself. The More You Know...
In honor of tomorrow's big game, we break it down for you: X’s and Ow!’s: Six facts about football players, taxes and the ACA01.31.14 We've been thinking a lot about taxes and healthcare, and our anticipation of Sunday's championship game brought some things to mind. The gridiron is many things to many people, and players generally take the risks in stride while we enjoy the excitement. But like any of us, players need to think long and hard about their health coverage, and not all of them have it made for life just because they played in the NFL. Consider the following: Not everyone - and certainly not every player - is equally lucky. Running backs, for instance, are distinguished by two troubling facts: they are most likely of all NFL player groups to get hurt and they (along with safeties and kickers) are among those in the NFL with the lowest average salaries. And doubtless because of the physical stress and their time on the Injured Reserve (IR) list, running backs have a ...
The recovery hasn’t reached many families. The real median household income of $51,000 is 8 percent lower than in 2007. Almost 4 million people have been out of work for more than six months, three times the pre-recession average.bloomberg
Saturday, February 1, 2014 Fort Thomas Named Top 5 Place to Live in Kentucky The Movoto Blog, which is a real estate website that brands itself as the lighter side of real estate, named Fort Thomas the 5th best place in Kentucky.While this isn't breaking news to the people that live here, it was nice to text my buddies from Louisville and Lexington with the tagline, "Read it and weep, boys." Here's what the writer, Natalie Grigson had to say about the Fort (Shoutout to members Fort Thomas Coffee and Cobblestone Cafe): With over 3,400 total amenities, Fort Thomas certainly ranked as one of the places in our study with the most going on—and a good thing, too, because with a median household income of just over $60,000, it seems like residents here can afford to have a good time. What does a good time look like in Fort Thomas? Well, you’d have to ask a resident, but if you ask me, starting the day with a cup of joe from Fort Thomas Coffee, grabbing some brunch at the Cobblestone Cafe, and then maybe chec ...
"From 2007 to 2012, the places that saw median household income grow were predominantly energy producing areas. Let's approve the Keystone XL pipeline which would create many jobs for Pennsylvania-based contractors and suppliers and allow the production of oil and gas on more federal lands to diminish our dependence on foreign energy." - Senator Pat Toomey.
As much as I wish this was made up, here are some stats - More than half of the Owsley County’s population -- 52 percent -- received food stamps in 2011, the most recent yearly number available. The county, which in 2012 was 97.6 percent non-Hispanic white and had 4,722 residents, had a median household income of $19,344, well below the Kentucky median of $42,248 and the $52,762 figure nationally, U.S. census data shows. Roughly four in 10 residents live below the poverty line.
To be in the worldwide wealthiest 1% you have to earn $34,000. The US median household income is about $53,000. Before you whine about the 1%, realize just by being in America you're probably part of it.
Despite a population 10% that of Cincinnati, the mayor of Lima makes nearly as much (86%) as the Cincy mayor and 2.5 times that of the Dayton mayor. The Lima mayor makes nearly 4 times the median household income of Lima residents, 23% of which live at or below the poverty line.
"Computer science jobs command some of the highest starting salaries in the US: $77,000 per year -- about twice the median household income of a Black or Latino family." SMH. Get your kids into computer science, people!
More Fun With Maps! Show me the money, or Median household income by county.
I ran across a very interesting statistic. According to the US Census bureau, when comparing 2000 vs 2012 median household income in the USA (adjusted for inflation) 8 states have increased by an average of 4.5%, 42 states have decreased by an average of 9% and only one "district" has increased over 24%! Here's a hint: Donkeys and Elephants live in big white houses. When Bruce sang "we take care of our own" it appears that only 68 square miles of the county was listening. Go figure.
Doing some research.. I see all the posts about how we grew up being taught respect (Or at least fear of punishment) I certainly was. Of course I had a fulltime parent and a Part time parent (In other words Dad worked) so I started crunching some numbers and hitting some statistics. What i've found makes a strong case for not only why we have a lot more problems, a lot less parental control and also a lot more poor people. According to the US Census Bureau, the median individual salary was $4418 in 1955 In 2012 the median Household Income was $50,100 1955 Minimum wage was .75 cents an hour. 2012 Minimum wage $7.25 1955 the Average home cost was $15,400 to own a home not rent one. The grand old American dream. 2012 the Average home cost $151,000 The vast majority of Families had one wage earner not two. So one parent was always at home for the kids. An Average New car cost $2,000. Less than half the average take home pay. You need to earn a ton to have a new car cost less than half your take home pay now. ...
Super Bowl XLVIII: How Denver and Seattle Match Up as Places to Live Ahead of the Super Bowl on Sunday, the good people at Redfin -- an online brokerage firm -- have put together a helpful side-by-side comparison of Denver and Seattle. Because, when you get right down to it, this game is about more than the Broncos offense against the Seahawks defense. It's about two cities. It's about two ways of life. It's the West vs. the Pacific Northwest. It's "South Park" vs. "Frasier." It's legalized pot vs. -- well, both have legalized pot, so scratch that. As you make your predictions for Super Bowl XLVIII, here's your birds-eye-view of the cities themselves: What each town offers, how the fans live, and, yes -- how some of the players live too. For starters, both teams hail from highly-educated, highly-active cities of roughly 600,000. About half the residents in both cities own their own home, but buying a spot in Seattle will cost you quite a bit more. In 2013, Seattle's median home price was $403,402, while D ...
New York Beat….. POOR THEM – “Why the rich are freaking out,” by Ben White, author of Politico’s “Morning Money”: “The co-founder of one the nation’s oldest venture capital firms fears a possible genocide against the wealthy. Residents of [the] Upper East Side say the progressive mayor didn’t plow their streets as a form of frosty revenge. And the co-founder of Home Depot recently warned the Pope to pipe down about economic inequality. … Economists, advisers to the wealthy and the wealthy themselves describe a deep-seated anxiety that the national … mood is turning against the super-rich in ways that ultimately could prove dangerous and hard to control. … On a practical level, the wealthy are jumping at shadows. … Much of the current anxiety is also driven by the precarious nature of the recovery.” --MILLIONAIRES FOR PRE-K -- Real estate developer Bruce Ratner, in an interview with Bloomberg TV, said: “Well, it’s just a minimum amount of money. The city increased city tax ...
Top of the list for the most affordable and growing places to live No. 1: Austin, Texas (57 points) Cost of living index: 102.1 Median household income: $52,431 Unemployment rate: 4.7 percent State income tax: 0 percent Combined sales tax: 8.25 percent No. 1 is, to little surprise, another Texan city. One of the biggest draws to Austin is the jobs picture, including an unemployment rate of 4.7 percent -- well below the national rate. Median income is relatively high, at $52,431. The city has a reputation for being business-friendly, catering to startups as well as larger companies such as Dell. Forbes reports that such employers have made the Austin metro area the nation’s leader in new technology jobs.
America is not on the right track. Since the president took office, median household income is down nearly $4,000, job opportunities are less during this protracted time of unemployment, and the American people are concerned for their future and the future of their children. The president called for 2014 to be a ‘year of action.’ I urge the president to take action on several items, including the Workforce Investment Act, which I’m have been working on in a bipartisan manner in the Senate. The Workforce Investment Act hasn’t been reauthorized in six years. We ought to pass this legislation to expand job training and opportunity. Additionally, we need Trade Promotion Authority granted to the president so he can initiate further and aggressive trade agreements around the world. Furthermore, we need to address Obamacare, which is inflicting a great deal of pain on the American people, especially in terms of higher premiums, cancelled coverage and fewer choices. Obamacare is also causing Americans to ...
5. Fayetteville, Ark. Cost of Living: 14% below average City Population: 75,102 [NOTE: about 32,000 of which are college students] Median Household Income: $35,970 Median Home Value: $177,900 This low-cost city lies in the northwestern corner of Arkansas, a short hop from Missouri, Oklahoma and the Ozark National Forest. Fayetteville is best known for being home to the University of Arkansas, a major local employer. While salaries aren't big, unemployment in the Fayetteville area is below the national average. It doesn't hurt that Wal-Mart is based in nearby Bentonville. Paychecks stretch further thanks to Fayetteville's particularly low housing, transportation and utility costs.
The Town of Cortlandt Population Town of Cortlandt Population – Outside Villages, 31,292 (2010 Census) Housing Units – 11,976 (2010 Census) Household size – 2.8 people (city-data.com) Median Family Income - $123,333 (American Community Survey 2005-2009) Median Household Income - $91,587 (city-data.com) Median age – 38.9 (city-data.com) Median Home Price - $443,688 (city-data.com) Economic Profile The Town of Cortlandt is located in the northwest corner of Westchester County and is bounded by the Hudson River to the west, the Towns of Philipstown and Putnam Valley to the north, the Town of Yorktown to the east and the Towns of Ossining and New Castle to the south. The Town of Cortlandt includes the Villages of Croton-on-Hudson and Buchanan as well as the hamlets of Verplanck, Montrose, Crugers. The Town is served by the Cortlandt Metro-North Station that provides convenient service into New York City. Metro-North just completed a $34.7 million dollar expansion and upgrade of the station which no .. ...
Slideshow JUNE 2012 10 Cheapest U.S. Cities to Live In 2. Memphis, Tenn. Next slide Previous slide Thinkstock Cost of Living Index: 83.7 City Population: 654,876 Median Household Income: $36,473 Average Home Price: $180,375 Memphis is both the largest city in Tennessee and third-largest in the South. But it doesn't have big-city prices. Housing costs are the second-lowest on this list (after McAllen, Texas). You can buy a home in Memphis for over $100,000 less than the U.S. average. The Mississippi River port city is a hub for the shipping and transportation industries. Memphis is home to three Fortune 500 companies, numerous colleges and universities and, of course, Graceland. Print this story Previous slide 10 of 12 10 Cheapest U.S. Cities to Live In 10. Winston-Salem, N.C. 9. Springfield, Ill. 8. Wichita Falls, Texas 7. Pueblo, Colo. 6. Conway, Ark. 5. Temple, Texas 4. Fayetteville, Ark. 3. McAllen, Texas 2. Memphis, Tenn. 1. Harlingen, Texas More From Kiplinger Next slide Ads by Google Best Places to ...
Since Obama took office: 1. Unemployment has been over 8% for 43 months - a new post WWII record (that's 65 years). If counted the unemployed, underemployed, part time, and discouraged workers would be 22.9%! 2. 7.5 million Americans have left the workforce not a single net job has been created since his inauguration. What about the 4 million jobs created? 50% are part time, not a single job is net. 3. The Labor Force Participation Rate - which is the percent of adults actively working or looking for work is 63.5% the lowest since Sept 1981. For men it's 69.8% lowest participation rate since 1948! 4. Median Household Income in Jan 2009 $54,893 - June of 2012 $50,964. ($54,893-$50,964=$4019) $4019 loss per household or 7.3% or almost an entire month of earnings! 5. Government Dependence - percent of people receiving one or more federal benefit payments - 47%! Almost half of Americans! 6. Food Stamps - 44.7 million Americans are on Food Stamps - 1 in 7 almost 15% - Food Stamps have doubled since ...
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