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Current Median Income Levels

State1 earnerFamily Size  
  2 People3 People4 People *
     
Alabama$41,370$49,806$55,289$65,381
Alaska$60,079$82,156$85,867$95,010
Arizona$43,749$54,236$57,927$67,800
Arkansas$38,530$47,017$51,773$58,149
California$49,185$63,745$67,817$78,150
Colorado$51,552$67,129$70,827$84,998
Connecticut$59,582$72,352$87,071$107,360
Delaware$51,686$61,849$74,300$84,179
District of Columbia$48,638$77,117$77,117$77,117
Florida$42,036$51,584$57,052$66,461
Georgia$40,985$52,827$57,858$68,066
Hawaii$61,107$67,463$80,681$88,217
Idaho$42,918$51,791$55,949$61,353
Illinois$47,469$61,443$72,342$83,546
Indiana$42,716$53,074$61,056$73,020
Iowa$43,792$61,104$67,062$81,219
Kansas$45,246$59,610$65,010$74,804
Kentucky$41,330$48,355$57,617$68,680
Louisiana$41,016$49,279$57,289$72,828
Maine$41,908$54,267$61,527$75,290
Maryland$59,475$76,489$88,221$105,382
Massachusetts$55,356$69,673$85,637$106,812
Michigan$44,504$53,640$62,973$76,622
Minnesota$50,121$65,503$79,750$93,294
Mississippi$35,213$44,116$46,583$58,182
Missouri$41,700$51,940$61,119$71,550
Montana$44,074$54,839$61,043$67,614
Nebraska$42,446$60,389$65,804$78,363
Nevada$42,988$55,467$58,399$68,560
New Hampshire$55,804$67,659$81,709$94,432
New Jersey$60,265$70,845$89,413$105,737
New Mexico$40,722$53,385$53,385$61,837
New York$48,840$60,743$71,706$88,156
North Carolina$40,412$51,857$56,782$69,370
North Dakota$47,629$67,024$76,620$88,887
Ohio$43,276$53,551$62,134$77,367
Oklahoma$41,544$52,995$57,087$63,419
Oregon$46,304$57,182$64,107$71,508
Pennsylvania$48,200$56,946$71,703$84,396
Rhode Island$47,742$62,190$71,977$88,389
South Carolina$39,983$50,679$54,028$66,561
South Dakota$40,427$57,383$57,383$73,089
Tennessee$40,977$50,169$56,091$66,846
Texas$42,223$57,730$60,520$70,824
Utah$52,021$58,595$66,552$72,274
Vermont$46,494$61,671$72,558$82,047
Virginia$52,436$67,021$75,044$91,859
Washington$52,384$65,802$74,428$84,786
West Virginia$43,554$46,658$54,097$66,009
Wisconsin$42,969$58,786$68,489$82,350
Wyoming$49,721$64,086$75,456$80,477
     
* Add $8,100 for each individual in excess of 4.     
     
Commonwealth or U.S. Territory1 earnerFamily Size  
  2 People3 People4 People *
Guam$38,973$46,598$53,101$64,259
Northern Mariana Islands$26,171$26,171$30,448$44,784
Puerto Rico$23,069$23,069$23,861$29,823
Virgin Islands$30,921$37,163$39,624$43,412
     
* Add $8,100 for each individual in excess of 4.    


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