STATS Indiana

Indiana's Public Data Utility

LogoGet even more workforce data at Hoosiers by the Numbers

Select a State

2012 to 2018 Change in Median Income from the American Comm. Survey (2018 dollars)

RankStateFIPS CodeHousehold Adj. Income
1California0600018.0 %
1Oregon4100018.0 %
3Washington5300017.6 %
4District of Columbia1100017.0 %
5Colorado0800015.9 %
6Utah4900014.5 %
7Georgia1300013.8 %
8Arizona0400013.3 %
9Florida1200012.6 %
10Montana3000012.2 %
11Tennessee4700012.0 %
12Idaho1600011.7 %
12Massachusetts2500011.7 %
14South Carolina4500010.9 %
15Hawaii1500010.7 %
16Michigan2600010.6 %
17Mississippi2800010.2 %
18Kentucky2100010.1 %
19Missouri290009.9 %
19New York360009.9 %
21Alabama010009.7 %
22Ohio390009.6 %
23Texas480009.3 %
24Minnesota270009.1 %
24North Carolina370009.1 %
26North Dakota380008.9 %
27Maine230008.8 %
27Wisconsin550008.8 %
29Pennsylvania420008.7 %
30Indiana180008.5 %
31New Hampshire330008.4 %
32Illinois170007.8 %
32Nevada320007.8 %
32Rhode Island440007.8 %
35Iowa190007.6 %
36Virginia510007.5 %
37Nebraska310007.4 %
38Arkansas050007.3 %
38New Jersey340007.3 %
40Oklahoma400007.1 %
41Maryland240007.0 %
42South Dakota460006.4 %
43Kansas200005.9 %
44Vermont500004.9 %
45Connecticut090003.8 %
46Wyoming560002.6 %
47Louisiana220002.0 %
48Delaware100001.4 %
49New Mexico350001.3 %
50Alaska020000.4 %
51West Virginia540000.3 %

Data Source: U.S. Census Bureau

This page was generated on 4/2/2020 9:51:19 AM