Regional Economic Information System
- economic characteristics and patterns for each county, metro & state
The latest Regional Economic Information System (REIS) estimates through 2018 were released 11/14/19.
These data are available by county in an annual time-series running from 1969 through 2018, for
a range of personal income by component and related measures.
Examine economic trends and patterns in your counties and regions of interest.
Integrate these with other county level demographic-economic data, including the expanded and updated
county GDP data becoming available in December 2019.
Work with us as we augment these data and develop/integrate related data to analyze state and regional income and product accounts
at the county/regional level.
User Group (no fee) to access these data for use in mapping, geospatial analysis and beyond.
Which counties are experiencing the fastest economic growth?
by what economic component? what does this look like on a per capita level? how might county economic change impact you?
Use the county level annual historical estimates and our projections to 2030 to get answers to these and related questions.
Get started with the interactive table below that contains a selection of these data for all counties and states.
Top 50 Metros based on 2018 Per Capita Income .. scroll section
- Source: U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis and ProximityOne.
|2018|| Metro Name
|1|| Midland, TX||74,624||108,595||122,247||45.5||12.6||1|
|2|| Bridgeport, CT||107,221||112,769||120,630||5.2||7.0||11|
|3|| San Jose, CA||91,198||98,690||106,213||8.2||7.6||5|
|4|| San Francisco, CA||86,852||92,638||99,424||6.7||7.3||7|
|5|| Naples, FL||83,659||87,092||92,686||4.1||6.4||22|
|6|| Boston, MA||71,510||74,779||78,694||4.6||5.2||84|
|7|| New York, NY||68,512||72,951||76,681||6.5||5.1||102|
|8|| Sebastian, FL||69,832||72,149||76,059||3.3||5.4||65|
|9|| Napa, CA||67,580||69,791||74,984||3.3||7.4||6|
|10|| Barnstable, MA||68,022||70,777||74,756||4.1||5.6||54|
|11|| Seattle, WA||66,358||69,913||74,620||5.4||6.7||14|
|12|| Boulder, CO||64,875||69,298||73,394||6.8||5.9||38|
|13|| Washington, DC||67,795||69,298||72,483||2.2||4.6||174|
|14|| Casper, WY||63,999||62,751||69,379||-2.0||10.6||3|
|15|| Santa Cruz, CA||61,166||64,901||69,355||6.1||6.9||12|
|16|| Trenton, NJ||64,505||65,877||69,344||2.1||5.3||79|
|17|| Charlottesville, VA||59,243||63,300||66,577||6.8||5.2||92|
|18|| Fayetteville, AR||60,394||62,633||65,306||3.7||4.3||237|
|19|| Santa Rosa, CA||57,566||60,170||64,501||4.5||7.2||9|
|20|| Philadelphia, PA||60,105||61,094||64,440||1.6||5.5||63|
|21|| Hartford, CT||59,902||61,464||64,337||2.6||4.7||159|
|22|| Denver, CO||56,602||60,604||64,287||7.1||6.1||34|
|23|| Los Angeles, CA||58,548||60,649||63,913||3.6||5.4||69|
|24|| Minneapolis, MN||58,345||60,167||62,889||3.1||4.5||190|
|25|| Santa Maria, CA||57,432||59,633||62,690||3.8||5.1||101|
|26|| Baltimore, MD||57,962||59,570||62,402||2.8||4.8||143|
|27|| Oxnard, CA||57,136||58,761||61,712||2.8||5.0||107|
|28|| San Diego, CA||56,322||58,097||61,386||3.2||5.7||51|
|29|| Manchester, NH||56,615||58,305||61,147||3.0||4.9||126|
|30|| Chicago, IL||56,086||58,014||61,089||3.4||5.3||77|
|31|| Anchorage, AK||57,591||58,093||60,953||0.9||4.9||117|
|32|| Ocean City, NJ||55,995||57,976||60,877||3.5||5.0||111|
|33|| Midland, MI||47,499||58,229||60,467||22.6||3.8||301|
|34|| Reno, NV||52,263||56,120||59,639||7.4||6.3||25|
|35|| Honolulu, HI||54,860||57,049||59,608||4.0||4.5||197|
|36|| Sioux Falls, SD||56,085||57,299||59,520||2.2||3.9||297|
|37|| Madison, WI||54,702||56,695||59,371||3.6||4.7||154|
|38|| Ann Arbor, MI||54,377||56,729||59,363||4.3||4.6||167|
|39|| Norwich, CT||54,805||56,545||59,264||3.2||4.8||138|
|40|| Austin, TX||52,208||55,530||58,773||6.4||5.8||43|
|41|| Santa Fe, NM||54,386||55,273||58,510||1.6||5.9||41|
|42|| San Luis Obispo, CA||53,041||55,635||58,491||4.9||5.1||100|
|43|| Albany, NY||53,496||56,264||58,104||5.2||3.3||349|
|44|| Pittsburgh, PA||51,681||54,471||58,072||5.4||6.6||16|
|45|| Omaha, NE-IA||53,285||55,229||58,037||3.6||5.1||105|
|46|| Nashville, TN||53,704||55,382||57,953||3.1||4.6||168|
|47|| Portland, ME||52,521||54,914||57,751||4.6||5.2||95|
|48|| Burlington, VT||54,330||55,445||57,575||2.1||3.8||302|
|49|| Richmond, VA||53,093||55,282||57,301||4.1||3.7||326|
|50|| Miami, FL||50,974||54,409||57,228||6.7||5.2||91|
- Top 50 among the 384
Metropolitan Statistical Areas (MSAs) using 2018 vintage population estimates.
- MSA names show first city and first state in name. Click link for expanded name and details.
In 2018, personal income increased in 3,019 counties, decreased in 91, and was unchanged in 3.
Personal income increased 5.7 percent in U.S. metro areas and increased 4.8 percent in the nonmetro areas. In metro counties, the percent change in personal income ranged from -3.2 percent in Lynn County, TX to 17.5 percent in Midland County, TX. In nonmetro counties, it ranged from -20.8 percent in Sherman County, TX, to 64.5 percent in Issaquena County, MS.
Visual Analysis of Per Capita Personal Income Patterns
The following map shows changing patterns of economic prosperity, U.S. by county, based on percent change
in per capita personal income, 2010 to 2017. Create variations of this view -- this view uses
a layer in the "US1.GIS" GIS project installed by default with all versions of the
CV XE GIS software.
- click graphic for larger view.
- view developed with CV XE GIS software.
In March 2019, the
Bureau of Economic Analysis
released revised annual statistics of personal income for states (1929-1997)
and counties (1969-2000).
These newly revised statistics are consistent with data released in September 2018 for states (1998-2017),
and in November 2018 for counties (2001-2017).
In addition, BEA also released revised state quarterly personal income statistics for
1948:Q1-1997:Q4 that are consistent with current data for 1998:Q1 – 2018:Q3.
Access these data using the BEA interactive tools to see, for example, that
U.S. per capita personal income changed from $3,931 in 1969 to $51,640 in 2017,
Measuring the Regional Economy and Change
One important part of this is Personal Income and components of change.
Personal income is the income available to persons for consumption expenditures, taxes, interest payments,
transfer payments to governments and the rest of the world, or for saving. Use the
interactive table below
to examine characteristics of counties and regions of interest; how they rank and compare. The table provides access to 31 personal income related
The interactive table in this section shows data for one of eight related subject matter groups.
See more about the scope of subject matter descriptions below.
Assessing How the Economy is Changing and How it Compares. The U.S. Per Capita Personal income (PCPI) increased from $40,545 in 2010 to $51,640 in 2017 -- a change of
$11,095 (27.4%). Compare the U.S. PCPI (or for any area) to a state or county of interest using
the table below.
For example, Harris County, TX (Houston) .. click the Find GeoID button below the table ..
increased from $45,783 in 2010 to $53,188 in 2017 -- a change of
Using Updated Historical Data. New 2017 estimates, developed by the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis, and
extending the annual series from 1969 through 2017,
have been integrated into the ProximityOne
Situation & Outlook database.
We use these data, integrated with other data, to develop estimates and projections to 2030.
We also provide access to these data in tabular and ready-to-use GIS structure.
2019 release schedule.
Contact us for more information (888.364.7656).
Visualizing Change in Context of Other Geography; Zoom in View of South Central Region
.. similar to above view with addition of Texas metro boundaries
- View developed with CV XE GIS software.
Using the Interactive Table .. goto top
The start-up view of the interactive table below shows 31 rows of economic characteristics for the U.S.
for 2010, 2017, 2010-17 change and percent change. Use the Find GeoID button below the table to view a similar profile
for any county or state.
Use this table (related page) to locate the 5-character county code for any county.
The 31 subject matter rows/items are a part of the economic profile shown
below in this section. As summarized there, these 31 items show attributes of:
Place of residence profile -- Personal income (thousands of dollars) derivation
Per capita incomes (dollars)
Place of work profile -- Earnings by place of work
Total employment -- number of jobs by type
Average earnings per job (dollars)
Economic Profile; 2010-2017 & Change; U.S. by County & State -- Interactive Table
Use mouseover on header column to view extended item/column name.
Click ShowAll button between Find/Queries. See usage notes below table.
See related geographic, demographic, economic interactive tables.
Data are included in the table for counties, states and the U.S.
For best view use a full window browser view.
Item code and name column values are shown in the table below.
Click ShowAll button between queries; this resets the table.
Click on a column header to sort on that column; click column header again to sort in other direction.
Click State to select on geographies in a selected state (click ShowAll between selections).
Select a state or county view:
.. click ShowAll button; reset to default view.
.. key in state FIPS code + county FIPS code in text box to right of Find-GeoID button
.. the default value 48201 is for Harris County, TX (Houston); another example is 17031 (Ccok County, IL (Chicago)
.. for the U.S. or a state, the "county code" is 000; for example, Texas is 48000 and Illinois is 17000
.. click Find GeoId button to display data for this area.
Select an item; view across geographies:
.. click ShowAll button; reset to default view.
.. select an item using the ItemCode dropdown below the table.
.. for example, select 010 -- per capita personal income (PCPI)
... try that now, the table refreshes with rows showing only PCPI.
... click on a header column to sort on a selected year or change.
All counties with selected item; view across geographies:
.. click ShowAll button; reset to default view.
.. key in Item Code (see table below) in the text box to the right of "All Counties with Item>" button.
.. the default value is 110 -- per capita personal income.
.. click "All Counties with Item>" button to display selected item for all counties.
All states with selected item; view across geographies:
.. click ShowAll button; reset to default view.
.. key in Item Code (see table below) in the text box to the right of "All States with Item>" button.
.. the default value is 110 -- per capita personal income.
.. click "All States with Item>" button to display selected item for all states.
Economic Profile Items
| ||Place of residence profile|
|010||Personal income (thousands of dollars)|
| ||Derivation of personal income|
|045|| Net earnings by place of residence|
|050|| Personal current transfer receipts|
|060|| Income maintenance benefits 1/|
|070|| Unemployment insurance compensation|
|080|| Retirement and other|
|090|| Dividends, interest, and rent 2/|
|100|| Population (persons) 3/|
| ||Per capita incomes (dollars)|
|110|| Per capita personal income 4/|
|120|| Per capita net earnings 4/|
|130|| Per capita personal current transfer receipts 4/|
|140|| Per capita income maintenance benefits 4/|
|150|| Per capita unemployment insurance compensation 4/|
|160|| Per capita retirement and other 4/|
|170|| Per capita dividends, interest, and rent 4/|
| ||Place of work profile (thousands of dollars)|
|180|| Earnings by place of work|
|190|| Wages and salaries|
|200|| Supplements to wages and salaries|
|201|| Employer contributions for employee pension and insurance funds 5/|
|202|| Employer contributions for government social insurance|
|210|| Proprietors' income|
|220|| Farm proprietors' income|
|230|| Nonfarm proprietors' income|
|240||Total employment (number of jobs)|
|250|| Wage and salary employment|
|260|| Proprietors employment|
|270|| Farm proprietors employment 6/|
|280|| Nonfarm proprietors employment|
|290||Average earnings per job (dollars)|
|300|| Average wages and salaries|
|310|| Average nonfarm proprietors' income|
1/ Consists largely of Supplemental Security Income (SSI) payments; Earned Income Tax Credits (EITC); family assistance; general assistance; expenditures for food under the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC); Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP); and other assistance benefits.
2/ Rental income of persons includes the capital consumption adjustment.
3/ Census Bureau midyear population estimates. Estimates for 2010-2015 reflect county population estimates available as of March 2016.
4/ Type of income divided by population yields a per capita measure for that type of income.
5/ Includes actual employer contributions and actuarially imputed employer contributions to reflect benefits accrued by defined benefit pension plan participants through service to employers in the current period.
6/ Excludes limited partners.
All dollar estimates are in current dollars (not adjusted for inflation).
BEA County Geographic Modifications
In some cases, BEA collapsed data for selected county and county-equivalent areas.
These modifications affect Hawaii, Virginia and Wisconsin.
Only Virginia is affected is a significant manner.
For example, BEA combines data for the true county areas of Fairfax, VA (51059), Fairfax City (Independent City), VA (51600) and Falls Church (Independent City), VA (51610) into the grouped area "Fairfax County, Fairfax City + Falls Church, VA" with FIPS pseudo code 51919.
BEA modified areas are shown in this XLS table.
Scope of the REIS Subject Matter .. scroll section .. goto top
The REIS data are organized into eight subject matter groups.
The interactive table shown above is one of these six groups.
In total there are approximately 375 annual subject matter series running annually 2001-2017.
ProximityOne develops estimates and projections for the period 2018-2030 for each of these series.
E01 Establishments by NAICS Industry
E04 Personal Income and Employment by Major Component
E05 Personal Income by Major Component and Earnings by NAICS Industry
E06 Compensation of Employees by NAICS Industry
E25 Employment by NAICS Industry
E30 Economic Profile
E35 Personal Current Transfer Receipts
E45 Farm Income and Expenses
E91 Gross Flow of Earnings
E04. Personal Income and Employment by Major Component .. goto Scope TOC
| Income by place of residence |
|E040010|| Personal income (thousands of dollars) |
|E040011|| Nonfarm personal income |
|E040012|| Farm income |
|E040020|| Population (persons) |
|E040030|| Per capita personal income (dollars) |
| Derivation of personal income |
|E040035|| Earnings by place of work |
|E040036|| Less: Contributions for government social insurance |
|E040037|| Employee and self-employed contributions for government social insurance |
|E040038|| Employer contributions for government social insurance |
|E040042|| Plus: Adjustment for residence |
|E040045|| Equals: Net earnings by place of residence |
|E040046|| Plus: Dividends, interest, and rent |
|E040047|| Plus: Personal current transfer receipts |
| Components of earnings by place of work (thousands of dollars) |
|E040050|| Wages and salaries |
|E040060|| Supplements to wages and salaries |
|E040061|| Employer contributions for employee pension and insurance funds |
|E040062|| Employer contributions for government social insurance |
|E040070|| Proprietors' income |
|E040071|| Farm proprietors' income |
|E040072|| Nonfarm proprietors' income |
| Employment (number of jobs) |
|E047010|| Total employment |
|E047020|| Wage and salary employment |
|E047040|| Proprietors employment |
E05. Personal Income by Major Component and Earnings by NAICS Industry .. goto Scope TOC
| Income by place of residence |
|E050010|| Personal income (thousands of dollars) |
|E050020|| Population (persons) |
|E050030|| Per capita personal income (dollars) |
| Derivation of personal income |
|E050035|| Earnings by place of work |
|E050036|| Less: Contributions for government social insurance |
|E050037|| Employee and self-employed contributions for government social insurance |
|E050038|| Employer contributions for government social insurance |
|E050042|| Plus: Adjustment for residence |
|E050045|| Equals: Net earnings by place of residence |
|E050046|| Plus: Dividends, interest, and rent |
|E050047|| Plus: Personal current transfer receipts |
| Earnings by place of work |
| Components of earnings |
|E050050|| Wages and salaries |
|E050060|| Supplements to wages and salaries |
|E050061|| Employer contributions for employee pension and insurance funds |
|E050062|| Employer contributions for government social insurance |
|E050070|| Proprietors' income |
|E050071|| Farm proprietors' income |
|E050072|| Nonfarm proprietors' income |
| Earnings by industry |
|E050081|| Farm earnings |
|E050082|| Nonfarm earnings |
|E050090|| Private nonfarm earnings |
|E050100|| Forestry, fishing, and related activities |
|E050101|| Forestry and logging |
|E050102|| Fishing, hunting and trapping |
|E050103|| Support activities for agriculture and forestry |
|E050200|| Mining, quarrying, and oil and gas extraction |
|E050201|| Oil and gas extraction |
|E050202|| Mining (except oil and gas) |
|E050203|| Support activities for mining |
|E050300|| Utilities |
|E050400|| Construction |
|E050401|| Construction of buildings |
|E050402|| Heavy and civil engineering construction |
|E050403|| Specialty trade contractors |
|E050500|| Manufacturing |
|E050510|| Durable goods manufacturing |
|E050511|| Wood product manufacturing |
|E050512|| Nonmetallic mineral product manufacturing |
|E050513|| Primary metal manufacturing |
|E050514|| Fabricated metal product manufacturing |
|E050515|| Machinery manufacturing |
|E050516|| Computer and electronic product manufacturing |
|E050517|| Electrical equipment, appliance, and component manufacturing |
|E050518|| Motor vehicles, bodies and trailers, and parts manufacturing |
|E050519|| Other transportation equipment manufacturing |
|E050521|| Furniture and related product manufacturing |
|E050522|| Miscellaneous manufacturing |
|E050530|| Nondurable goods manufacturing |
|E050531|| Food manufacturing |
|E050532|| Beverage and tobacco product manufacturing |
|E050533|| Textile mills |
|E050534|| Textile product mills |
|E050535|| Apparel manufacturing |
|E050536|| Leather and allied product manufacturing |
|E050537|| Paper manufacturing |
|E050538|| Printing and related support activities |
|E050539|| Petroleum and coal products manufacturing |
|E050541|| Chemical manufacturing |
|E050542|| Plastics and rubber products manufacturing |
|E050600|| Wholesale trade |
|E050700|| Retail trade |
|E050701|| Motor vehicle and parts dealers |
|E050702|| Furniture and home furnishings stores |
|E050703|| Electronics and appliance stores |
|E050704|| Building material and garden equipment and supplies dealers |
|E050705|| Food and beverage stores |
|E050706|| Health and personal care stores |
|E050707|| Gasoline stations |
|E050708|| Clothing and clothing accessories stores |
|E050709|| Sporting goods, hobby, musical instrument, and book stores |
|E050711|| General merchandise stores |
|E050712|| Miscellaneous store retailers |
|E050713|| Nonstore retailers |
|E050800|| Transportation and warehousing |
|E050801|| Air transportation |
|E050802|| Rail transportation |
|E050803|| Water transportation |
|E050804|| Truck transportation |
|E050805|| Transit and ground passenger transportation |
|E050806|| Pipeline transportation |
|E050807|| Scenic and sightseeing transportation |
|E050808|| Support activities for transportation |
|E050809|| Couriers and messengers |
|E050811|| Warehousing and storage |
|E050900|| Information |
|E050901|| Publishing industries (except Internet) |
|E050902|| Motion picture and sound recording industries |
|E050903|| Broadcasting (except Internet) |
|E050904|| Internet publishing and broadcasting |
|E050905|| Telecommunications |
|E050906|| Data processing, hosting, and related services |
|E050907|| Other information services |
|E051000|| Finance and insurance |
|E051001|| Monetary Authorities-central bank |
|E051002|| Credit intermediation and related activities |
|E051003|| Securities, commodity contracts, and other financial investments and related activities |
|E051004|| Insurance carriers and related activities |
|E051005|| Funds, trusts, and other financial vehicles |
|E051100|| Real estate and rental and leasing |
|E051101|| Real estate |
|E051102|| Rental and leasing services |
|E051103|| Lessors of nonfinancial intangible assets (except copyrighted works) |
|E051200|| Professional, scientific, and technical services |
|E051300|| Management of companies and enterprises |
|E051400|| Administrative and support and waste management and remediation services |
|E051401|| Administrative and support services |
|E051402|| Waste management and remediation services |
|E051500|| Educational services |
|E051600|| Health care and social assistance |
|E051601|| Ambulatory health care services |
|E051602|| Hospitals |
|E051603|| Nursing and residential care facilities |
|E051604|| Social assistance |
|E051700|| Arts, entertainment, and recreation |
|E051701|| Performing arts, spectator sports, and related industries |
|E051702|| Museums, historical sites, and similar institutions |
|E051703|| Amusement, gambling, and recreation industries |
|E051800|| Accommodation and food services |
|E051801|| Accommodation |
|E051802|| Food services and drinking places |
|E051900|| Other services (except government and government enterprises) |
|E051901|| Repair and maintenance |
|E051902|| Personal and laundry services |
|E051903|| Religious, grantmaking, civic, professional, and similar organizations |
|E051904|| Private households |
|E052000|| Government and government enterprises |
|E052001|| Federal civilian |
|E052002|| Military |
|E052010|| State and local |
|E052011|| State government |
|E052012|| Local government |
E06. Compensation of Employees by NAICS Industry .. goto Scope TOC
| Total compensation of employees |
|E060001|| Compensation of employees (thousands of dollars) |
|E060005|| Wages and salaries |
|E060006|| Supplements to wages and salaries |
|E060007|| Employer contributions for employee pension and insurance funds |
|E060008|| Employer contributions for government social insurance |
|E060009|| Average compensation per job (dollars) |
| Compensation of employees by industry |
|E060081|| Farm compensation |
|E060082|| Nonfarm compensation |
|E060090|| Private nonfarm compensation |
|E060100|| Forestry, fishing, and related activities |
|E060101|| Forestry and logging |
|E060102|| Fishing, hunting and trapping |
|E060103|| Support activities for agriculture and forestry |
|E060200|| Mining, quarrying, and oil and gas extraction |
|E060201|| Oil and gas extraction |
|E060202|| Mining (except oil and gas) |
|E060203|| Support activities for mining |
|E060300|| Utilities |
|E060400|| Construction |
|E060401|| Construction of buildings |
|E060402|| Heavy and civil engineering construction |
|E060403|| Specialty trade contractors |
|E060500|| Manufacturing |
|E060510|| Durable goods manufacturing |
|E060511|| Wood product manufacturing |
|E060512|| Nonmetallic mineral product manufacturing |
|E060513|| Primary metal manufacturing |
|E060514|| Fabricated metal product manufacturing |
|E060515|| Machinery manufacturing |
|E060516|| Computer and electronic product manufacturing |
|E060517|| Electrical equipment, appliance, and component manufacturing |
|E060518|| Motor vehicles, bodies and trailers, and parts manufacturing |
|E060519|| Other transportation equipment manufacturing |
|E060521|| Furniture and related product manufacturing |
|E060522|| Miscellaneous manufacturing |
|E060530|| Nondurable goods manufacturing |
|E060531|| Food manufacturing |
|E060532|| Beverage and tobacco product manufacturing |
|E060533|| Textile mills |
|E060534|| Textile product mills |
|E060535|| Apparel manufacturing |
|E060536|| Leather and allied product manufacturing |
|E060537|| Paper manufacturing |
|E060538|| Printing and related support activities |
|E060539|| Petroleum and coal products manufacturing |
|E060541|| Chemical manufacturing |
|E060542|| Plastics and rubber products manufacturing |
|E060600|| Wholesale trade |
|E060700|| Retail trade |
|E060701|| Motor vehicle and parts dealers |
|E060702|| Furniture and home furnishings stores |
|E060703|| Electronics and appliance stores |
|E060704|| Building material and garden equipment and supplies dealers |
|E060705|| Food and beverage stores |
|E060706|| Health and personal care stores |
|E060707|| Gasoline stations |
|E060708|| Clothing and clothing accessories stores |
|E060709|| Sporting goods, hobby, musical instrument, and book stores |
|E060711|| General merchandise stores |
|E060712|| Miscellaneous store retailers |
|E060713|| Nonstore retailers |
|E060800|| Transportation and warehousing |
|E060801|| Air transportation |
|E060802|| Rail transportation |
|E060803|| Water transportation |
|E060804|| Truck transportation |
|E060805|| Transit and ground passenger transportation |
|E060806|| Pipeline transportation |
|E060807|| Scenic and sightseeing transportation |
|E060808|| Support activities for transportation |
|E060809|| Couriers and messengers |
|E060811|| Warehousing and storage |
|E060900|| Information |
|E060901|| Publishing industries (except Internet) |
|E060902|| Motion picture and sound recording industries |
|E060903|| Broadcasting (except Internet) |
|E060904|| Internet publishing and broadcasting |
|E060905|| Telecommunications |
|E060906|| Data processing, hosting, and related services |
|E060907|| Other information services |
|E061000|| Finance and insurance |
|E061001|| Monetary Authorities-central bank |
|E061002|| Credit intermediation and related activities |
|E061003|| Securities, commodity contracts, and other financial investments and related activities |
|E061004|| Insurance carriers and related activities |
|E061005|| Funds, trusts, and other financial vehicles |
|E061100|| Real estate and rental and leasing |
|E061101|| Real estate |
|E061102|| Rental and leasing services |
|E061103|| Lessors of nonfinancial intangible assets (except copyrighted works) |
|E061200|| Professional, scientific, and technical services |
|E061300|| Management of companies and enterprises |
|E061400|| Administrative and support and waste management and remediation services |
|E061401|| Administrative and support services |
|E061402|| Waste management and remediation services |
|E061500|| Educational services |
|E061600|| Health care and social assistance |
|E061601|| Ambulatory health care services |
|E061602|| Hospitals |
|E061603|| Nursing and residential care facilities |
|E061604|| Social assistance |
|E061700|| Arts, entertainment, and recreation |
|E061701|| Performing arts, spectator sports, and related industries |
|E061702|| Museums, historical sites, and similar institutions |
|E061703|| Amusement, gambling, and recreation industries |
|E061800|| Accommodation and food services |
|E061801|| Accommodation |
|E061802|| Food services and drinking places |
|E061900|| Other services (except government and government enterprises) |
|E061901|| Repair and maintenance |
|E061902|| Personal and laundry services |
|E061903|| Religious, grantmaking, civic, professional, and similar organizations |
|E061904|| Private households |
|E062000|| Government and government enterprises |
|E062001|| Federal civilian |
|E062002|| Military |
|E062010|| State and local |
|E062011|| State government |
|E062012|| Local government |
E25. Total Full-Time and Part-Time Employment by NAICS Industry .. goto Scope TOC
| Employment by place of work |
|E250010|| Total employment (number of jobs) |
| By type |
|E250020|| Wage and salary employment |
|E250040|| Proprietors employment |
|E250050|| Farm proprietors employment |
|E250060|| Nonfarm proprietors employment |
| By industry |
|E250070|| Farm employment |
|E250080|| Nonfarm employment |
|E250090|| Private nonfarm employment |
|E250100|| Forestry, fishing, and related activities |
|E250200|| Mining, quarrying, and oil and gas extraction |
|E250300|| Utilities |
|E250400|| Construction |
|E250500|| Manufacturing |
|E250600|| Wholesale trade |
|E250700|| Retail trade |
|E250800|| Transportation and warehousing |
|E250900|| Information |
|E251000|| Finance and insurance |
|E251100|| Real estate and rental and leasing |
|E251200|| Professional, scientific, and technical services |
|E251300|| Management of companies and enterprises |
|E251400|| Administrative and support and waste management and remediation services |
|E251500|| Educational services |
|E251600|| Health care and social assistance |
|E251700|| Arts, entertainment, and recreation |
|E251800|| Accommodation and food services |
|E251900|| Other services (except government and government enterprises) |
|E252000|| Government and government enterprises |
|E252001|| Federal civilian |
|E252002|| Military |
|E252010|| State and local |
|E252011|| State government |
|E252012|| Local government |
E30. Economic Profile .. goto Scope TOC
| Place of residence profile |
|E300010|| Personal income (thousands of dollars) |
| Derivation of personal income |
|E300045|| Net earnings by place of residence |
|E300050|| Personal current transfer receipts |
|E300060|| Income maintenance benefits |
|E300070|| Unemployment insurance compensation |
|E300080|| Retirement and other |
|E300090|| Dividends, interest, and rent |
|E300100|| Population (persons) |
| Per capita incomes (dollars) |
|E300110|| Per capita personal income |
|E300120|| Per capita net earnings |
|E300130|| Per capita personal current transfer receipts |
|E300140|| Per capita income maintenance benefits |
|E300150|| Per capita unemployment insurance compensation |
|E300160|| Per capita retirement and other |
|E300170|| Per capita dividends, interest, and rent |
| Place of work profile (thousands of dollars) |
|E300180|| Earnings by place of work |
|E300190|| Wages and salaries |
|E300200|| Supplements to wages and salaries |
|E300201|| Employer contributions for employee pension and insurance funds |
|E300202|| Employer contributions for government social insurance |
|E300210|| Proprietors' income |
|E300220|| Farm proprietors' income |
|E300230|| Nonfarm proprietors' income |
|E300240|| Total employment (number of jobs) |
|E300250|| Wage and salary employment |
|E300260|| Proprietors employment |
|E300270|| Farm proprietors employment |
|E300280|| Nonfarm proprietors employment |
|E300290|| Average earnings per job (dollars) |
|E300300|| Average wages and salaries |
|E300310|| Average nonfarm proprietors' income |
E35. Personal Current Transfer Receipts .. goto Scope TOC
|E351000|| Personal current transfer receipts (thousands of dollars) |
|E352000|| Current transfer receipts of individuals from governments |
|E352100|| Retirement and disability insurance benefits |
|E352110|| Social Security benefits |
|E352120|| Excluding Social Security benefits |
|E352200|| Medical benefits |
|E352210|| Medicare benefits |
|E352220|| Public assistance medical care benefits |
|E352230|| Military medical insurance benefits |
|E352300|| Income maintenance benefits |
|E352310|| Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits |
|E352320|| Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) |
|E352330|| Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) |
|E352340|| Other income maintenance benefits |
|E352400|| Unemployment insurance compensation |
|E352410|| State unemployment insurance compensation |
|E352420|| Excluding state unemployment insurance compensation |
|E352500|| Veterans' benefits |
|E352600|| Education and training assistance |
|E352700|| Other transfer receipts of individuals from governments |
|E353000|| Current transfer receipts of nonprofit institutions |
|E354000|| Current transfer receipts of individuals from businesses |
E45. Farm Income and Expenses .. goto Scope TOC
|E450010|| Cash receipts from marketings (thousands of dollars) |
|E450020|| Cash receipts: Livestock and products |
|E450060|| Cash receipts: Crops |
|E450120|| Other income |
|E450130|| Government payments |
|E450140|| Imputed and miscellaneous income received |
|E450150|| Production expenses |
|E450160|| Feed purchased |
|E450170|| Livestock purchased |
|E450180|| Seed purchased |
|E450190|| Fertilizer and lime (incl. ag. chemicals 1978-fwd.) |
|E450200|| Petroleum products purchased |
|E450210|| Hired farm labor expenses |
|E450220|| All other production expenses |
|E450240|| Value of inventory change |
|E450250|| Value of inventory change: livestock |
|E450260|| Value of inventory change: crops |
|E450265|| Value of inventory change: materials and supplies |
| Derivation of farm proprietors' income and earnings |
|E450270|| Cash receipts and other income |
|E450280|| Less: Production expenses |
|E450290|| Equals: Realized net income |
|E450300|| Plus: Value of inventory change |
|E450310|| Equals: Net income including corporate farms |
|E450320|| Less: Net income of corporate farms |
|E450330|| Plus: Statistical adjustment |
|E450340|| Equals: Farm proprietors' income |
|E450350|| Plus: Farm wages and salaries |
|E450360|| Plus: Farm supplements to wages and salaries |
|E450370|| Equals: Farm earnings |
E91. Gross Flow of Earnings .. goto Scope TOC
|E910010|| Inflows of earnings |
|E910020|| Outflows of earnings |
|E910030|| Adjustment for residence |
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REIS estimates (Local Area Personal Income) are developed by the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis based on
data from the Census Bureau, Bureau of Labor Statistics and other sources.
Personal income is the income received by all persons from all sources.
Personal income is the sum of net earnings by place of residence, property income, and personal
current transfer receipts. Net earnings is earnings by place of work (the sum of wages and salaries,
supplements to wages and salaries, and proprietors income) less contributions for government social insurance,
plus an adjustment to convert earnings by place of work to a place-of-residence basis.
Property income is rental income of persons, personal dividend income, and personal interest income.
Personal income is measured before the deduction of personal income taxes and other personal taxes and
is reported in current dollars (no adjustment is made for price changes).
Per capita personal income is calculated as the personal income of the residents of a given area divided by
the Census Bureau estimate of the resident population of the area.
Place of Residence and Place of Work.
Personal income, by definition, is a measure of the income received by persons,
and the estimates of state and county personal income should reflect the residence of the
income recipients. However, some of the data that are used to estimate some components
of personal income are reported by the recipient's place of work rather than by his place
of residence. Therefore, these components are estimated on a place-of-work basis, the
amounts aggregated, and the aggregate (called the income subject to adjustment) adjusted
to a place-of-residence basis. Thus the combination of the components of personal
income plus the residence adjustment yields personal income on a place-of-residence
The estimates of wages and salaries, supplements to wages and salaries, and
contributions for government social insurance (by employers and employees) are mainly
derived from data that are reported by place of work. These data are reported by industry
in the state and county in which the employing establishment is located.
The estimates of nonfarm proprietors' income and contributions for government
social insurance (by the self-employed) are derived from source data that are reported by
the tax-filing address of the recipient. This address is usually that of the proprietor's
residence; therefore, these data are assumed to be reported by place of residence.
The estimates of farm proprietors' income are derived from data that are reported
by the principal place of production, which is usually the county in which the farm has
most of its land and in which most of the work is performed. Because most farm
proprietors live on, or near, their land, the place of residence is assumed to be the same as
the place of work.
The estimates of rental income of persons, personal dividend income, personal
interest income, personal current transfer receipts, and contributions for supplementary
medical insurance and for veterans' life insurance are derived from data that are reported
by the place of residence of the income recipient.
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