Map: Personal Income Per Capita for U.S. Counties

View new and historical data on personal income per capita for each U.S. county.
by | April 25, 2012

The Bureau of Economic Analysis released new personal income estimates today, showing wide variations in growth throughout the country.

The county-level estimates measure personal income, which includes wages, employee health insurance, earned interest and other sources.

Of all localities, the following recorded the highest per capita totals for 2010:

Area 2010 2009 2000 1990
New York, NY $111,386 $104,384 $83,947 $52,740
Teton, WY $94,672 $90,113 $65,255 $35,323
Marin, CA $82,936 $81,081 $69,936 $34,640
Sully, SD $80,165 $60,114 $44,621 $26,832
Arlington, VA $79,967 $77,710 $50,815 $31,026
Alexandria (City), VA $76,362 $74,608 $48,781 $31,168
Pitkin, CO $76,318 $74,907 $69,106 $31,349
Nantucket, MA $73,654 $67,285 $50,053 $30,712
Westchester, NY $73,159 $71,857 $54,600 $34,033
Fairfield, CT $71,768 $70,494 $59,589 $33,682

Governing compiled data for all counties into the map below, with personal income increasing greater in dark-colored counties. View a larger, interactive map with data for each county

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