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Median Income from the American Comm. Survey (2016 dollars)Household
Adj. Income
RankFamily
Adj. Income
Rank
2016$52,31436$66,03234
2015$51,16936$63,96235
2014$50,12934$61,62035
2013$48,96735$61,22635
2012$49,10433$61,25434
2011$49,54932$60,97633
% Change 2011 to 2016 5.6 %408.3 %23

Source: U.S. Census Bureau, ACS

Median Household Income from the Current Pop. Survey (2015 dollars)Adj. ValueRank
2015$51,98334
2014$48,11738
2013$50,31732
2012$47,65038
2011$46,83141
2010$50,35033
2000$56,24729
1995$51,92128
1990$48,83236
% Change 1990 to 2016 6.5 %20

Source: U.S. Census Bureau

Quarterly Earnings and Income over Time 2017 Adjusted Dollars
(Millions of dollars, seasonally adjusted)
Earnings by Place of Work
Adj. ($000,000)
RankPersonal Income by
Place of Residence
Adj. ($000,000)
Rank
2017:1212,257,32819294,692,60217
2016:4213,222,22619297,531,35417
2016:3211,509,71319295,424,22618
2016:2208,759,37319292,173,15416
2016:1205,371,51619288,082,03017
2015:4208,368,72719291,356,97218
2015:3203,991,94819286,800,03119
2015:2202,209,76919284,940,00918
2015:1198,342,51119280,491,75618
2014:4200,601,55019280,902,17918
2014:3197,465,74019276,911,16718
2014:2195,822,73519273,846,71917
2014:1193,694,36919269,257,79017
% Change 2014:1 to 2017:19.6 %179.4 %20

Source: U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis

Per Capita Personal IncomeNumberRankPercent of U.S.
Per Capita Income - 2016 $43,4923687.7 %
Per Capita Income - 2006 (adj. for inflation)$38,9864185.9 %
Per Capita Income - 1996 (adj. for inflation)$34,6553192.7 %
Per Capita Income - 1986 (adj. for inflation)$30,0863389.6 %
10-Year % change11.6 %16
20-Year % change25.5 %40
30-Year % change44.6 %40

Source: U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis

Personal Income in 2016Amount
($000)
5-Year Adj. % ChangeRank
Total Earnings by Place of Work$206,280,85012.1 %22
Minus:     Contributions for government social insurance$23,108,31626.6 %23
  Personal contributions for government social insurance$12,443,68044.9 %24
  Employer contributions for government social insurance$10,664,63610.4 %20
Plus:       Adjustment for residence$5,988,50326.0 %14
Equals:    Net Earnings by Place of Residence$189,161,03710.9 %24
Plus:       Dividends, rent, interest$42,855,13112.8 %31
Plus:       Transfer payments$56,470,34011.7 %17
Equals:   Personal Income by Place of Residence$288,486,50811.4 %24

Source: U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis (*adj = Adjusted for Inflation)

Annual Earnings and Income over Time 2016 Adjusted DollarsEarnings by Place of Work
Adj. ($000)
RankPersonal Income by
Place of Residence
Adj. ($000)
Rank
2016206,280,85019288,486,50817
2015199,840,21319281,130,98919
2014193,613,63719270,641,10317
2013191,072,25817264,953,08016

Source: U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis

State and Local Revenue in 2014Value
($000)
RankPercent
Distribution
RankPer Capita
Revenue
Rank
General$49,235,16617100.0% $7,46541
  Intergovernment$11,383,8581623.1 %26$1,72636
  Own-Source$37,851,3081776.9 %26$5,73936
    Total Tax$24,726,9651950.2 %29$3,74937
      Property Tax$6,401,3172113.0 %38$97136
      General Sales Tax$7,003,4261514.2 %14$1,06223
      Individual Income Tax$6,043,8611712.3 %24$91629
      Corporate Net Income Tax$866,747151.8 %17$13127
      Other Taxes$4,411,614179.0 %31$66941
    Total Charges$9,915,9391520.1 %11$1,50420
    Own-Source General$3,208,404246.5 %35$48641

Source: Rockefeller Institute of Government, U.S. Census Bureau

State and Local Expenditures in 2014Value
($000)
RankPercent
Distribution
RankPer Capita
Expenditure
Rank
General$47,819,91718100.0% $7,25142
  Intergovernment$3,658150.0 %9$111
  Direct$47,816,25918100.0 %1$7,25042
    Elementary and Secondary Ed.$9,621,5001920.1 %36$1,45944
    Public Welfare$10,614,6711722.2 %19$1,60927
    Higher Ed.$5,808,2271612.1 %15$88126
    Health and Hospitals$5,848,0161312.2 %9$88716
    Corrections$1,033,443222.2 %33$15745
    Police$1,206,251242.5 %46$18350
    Highways$2,515,949205.3 %38$38145
    Interest$1,892,005164.0 %17$28727
    Other$9,276,1972219.4 %37$1,40744

Source: Rockefeller Institute of Government, U.S. Census Bureau

Local Revenue in 2014Value
($000)
RankPercent
Distribution
RankPer Capita
Revenue
Rank
General$26,159,64017100.0% $3,96632
  Intergovernment$10,512,5971640.2 %15$1,59420
  Own-Source$15,647,0431759.8 %37$2,37235
    Total Tax$7,880,0042330.1 %43$1,19543
      Property Tax$6,393,2652024.4 %35$96935
      Individual Income Tax$1,147,54474.4 %7$1747
      Other Taxes$339,195331.3 %42$5145
    Total Charges$6,435,9051224.6 %7$97613
    Own-Source General$1,331,134185.1 %26$20227

Source: Rockefeller Institute of Government, U.S. Census Bureau

Local Expenditures in 2014Value
($000)
RankPercent
Distribution
RankPer Capita
Expenditure
Rank
General$23,978,19119100.0% $3,63638
  Intergovernment$15,941240.1 %20$227
  Direct$23,962,2501999.9 %19$3,63338
    Elementary and Secondary Ed.$9,621,5001940.1 %34$1,45942
    Public Welfare$61,508330.3 %39$942
    Higher Ed.$342310.0 %31$031
    Health and Hospitals$5,208,951621.7 %4$7906
    Corrections$401,151211.7 %19$6126
    Police$983,977264.1 %48$14949
    Highways$816,875233.4 %44$12446
    Interest$921,266173.8 %19$14026
    Other$5,946,6802224.8 %37$90240

Source: Rockefeller Institute of Government, U.S. Census Bureau

State Revenue in 2014Value
($000)
RankPercent
Distribution
RankPer Capita
Revenue
Rank
General$33,259,94917100.0% $5,04335
  Intergovernment$11,055,6841433.2 %26$1,67630
  Own-Source$22,204,2651866.8 %25$3,36735
    Total Tax$16,846,9611750.7 %14$2,55426
      Property Tax$8,052290.0 %30$132
      General Sales Tax$7,003,4261121.1 %9$1,06211
      Individual Income Tax$4,896,3171914.7 %28$74233
      Corporate Net Income Tax$866,747152.6 %21$13125
      Other Taxes$4,072,4191612.2 %27$61734
    Total Charges$3,480,0342110.5 %29$52836
    Own-Source General$1,877,270275.6 %41$28543

Source: Rockefeller Institute of Government, U.S. Census Bureau

State Expenditures in 2014Value
($000)
RankPercent
Distribution
RankPer Capita
Expenditure
Rank
General$33,168,96618100.0% $5,02935
  Intergovernment$9,314,9571728.1 %12$1,41224
  Direct$23,854,0091771.9 %39$3,61739
    Public Welfare$10,553,1631531.8 %8$1,60024
    Higher Ed.$5,807,8851317.5 %7$88116
    Health and Hospitals$639,065371.9 %49$9750
    Corrections$632,292231.9 %41$9645
    Police$222,274210.7 %28$3438
    Highways$1,699,074185.1 %33$25838
    Interest$970,739152.9 %14$14720
    Other$3,329,5172210.0 %40$50539

Source: Rockefeller Institute of Government, U.S. Census Bureau

Unemployment Insurance Tax in 2017NumberRank
Wage Base$9,50037
New Employer Rate %2.50%
Minimum Rate0.51%19
Maximum Rate7.47%25

Note: For Rhode Island, there is a range provided for the wage base. Please refer to the source (www.oui.doleta.gov/unemploy/content/sigpros/2010-2019/July2013.pdf).
Source: U.S. Department of Labor