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September 2017. In 2016, the U.S. median household income was $57,617 while states ranged from $41,754 (Mississippi) to $78,945 (Maryland). See item/column E062 in the interactive table below to view, rank, compare, analyze states based on this measure for 2016 ... in context of related economic characteristics. These data uniquely provide insights into many of the most important economic characteristics.

This section is focused on tools, resources and methods that you can use to access, integrate and analyze social characteristics for the U.S. and states. These data will update in September 2018.

Approximately 600 subject matter items from the American Community Survey ACS 2016 database (released September 2017) are included in these four pages/tables:
  • General Demographics
  • Social Characteristics
  • Economic Characteristics -- this section
  • Housing Characteristics

GIS, Data Integration & Visual Data Analysis
Use data extracted from these tables in a ready-to-use GIS project. These ACS sourced data (from the four tables listed above) have been integrated with population estimates trend data, components of change and personal income quarterly trend data. See details below in this section.

Patterns of Economic Prosperity by State
The following graphic shows patterns of median household income by state. Yellow label shows the state USPS abbreviation; white label shows $MHI. Legend shows color patterns associated with percent population change 2010-2016.

- View developed using CV XE GIS software and associated GIS project.
- use these resources to develop similar views for any area. Modify subjects, zoom, colors, labels, add your data.

Using the Interactive Table
Use the interactive table below to view, query, rank, compare economic characteristics for these areas. The scroll box shown below lists each of the subject matter items available for each area via the ranking table. In the subject matter items scrollbox, subject matter items are organized into to mini-tables with related items. The number at the left of the subject matter item is also used as the short name for the subject matter item in the column header in the ranking table.

Economic Characteristics Items
.. a few item names and numbers changed from previous year data/table.
EMPLOYMENT STATUS
  E001         Population 16 years and over
  E002 In labor force
  E003     Civilian labor force
  E004         Employed
  E005         Unemployed
  E006     Armed Forces
  E007 Not in labor force
  E008     Civilian labor force
  E009 Unemployment Rate
  E010     Females 16 years and over
  E011 In labor force
  E012     Civilian labor force
  E013         Employed
  E014     Own children of the householder under 6 years
  E015 All parents in family in labor force
  E016     Own children of the householder 6 to 17 years
  E017 All parents in family in labor force
COMMUTING TO WORK
  E018     Workers 16 years and over
  E019 Car, truck, or van -- drove alone
  E020 Car, truck, or van -- carpooled
  E021 Public transportation (excluding taxicab)
  E022 Walked
  E023 Other means
  E024 Worked at home
  E025 Mean travel time to work (minutes)
OCCUPATION
  E026     Civilian employed population 16 years and over
  E027 Management, business, science, and arts occupations
  E028 Service occupations
  E029 Sales and office occupations
  E030 Natural resources, construction, and maintenance occupations
  E031 Production, transportation, and material moving occupations
INDUSTRY
  E032     Civilian employed population 16 years and over
  E033 Agriculture, forestry, fishing and hunting, and mining
  E034 Construction
  E035 Manufacturing
  E036 Wholesale trade
  E037 Retail trade
  E038 Transportation and warehousing, and utilities
  E039 Information
  E040 Finance and insurance, and real estate and rental and leasing
  E041 Professional, scientific, and management, and administrative and waste management services
  E042 Educational services, and health care and social assistance
  E043 Arts, entertainment, and recreation, and accommodation and food services
  E044 Other services, except public administration
  E045 Public administration
CLASS OF WORKER
  E046     Civilian employed population 16 years and over
  E047 Private wage and salary workers
  E048 Government workers
  E049 Self-employed in own not incorporated business workers
  E050 Unpaid family workers
INCOME AND BENEFITS (IN 2015 INFLATION-ADJUSTED DOLLARS)
  E051     Total households
  E052 Less than $10,000
  E053 $10,000 to $14,999
  E054 $15,000 to $24,999
  E055 $25,000 to $34,999
  E056 $35,000 to $49,999
  E057 $50,000 to $74,999
  E058 $75,000 to $99,999
  E059 $100,000 to $149,999
  E060 $150,000 to $199,999
  E061 $200,000 or more
  E062 Median household income (dollars)
  E063 Mean household income (dollars)
  E064 With earnings
  E065     Mean earnings (dollars)
  E066 With Social Security
  E067     Mean Social Security income (dollars)
  E068 With retirement income
  E069     Mean retirement income (dollars)
  E070 With Supplemental Security Income
  E071     Mean Supplemental Security Income (dollars)
  E072 With cash public assistance income
  E073     Mean cash public assistance income (dollars)
  E074 With Food Stamp/SNAP benefits in the past 12 months
  E075     Families
  E076 Less than $10,000
  E077 $10,000 to $14,999
  E078 $15,000 to $24,999
  E079 $25,000 to $34,999
  E080 $35,000 to $49,999
  E081 $50,000 to $74,999
  E082 $75,000 to $99,999
  E083 $100,000 to $149,999
  E084 $150,000 to $199,999
  E085 $200,000 or more
  E086 Median family income (dollars)
  E087 Mean family income (dollars)
  E088 Per capita income (dollars)
  E089     Nonfamily households
  E090 Median nonfamily income (dollars)
  E091 Mean nonfamily income (dollars)
  E092 Median earnings for workers (dollars)
  E093 Median earnings for male full-time, year-round workers (dollars)
  E094 Median earnings for female full-time, year-round workers (dollars)
HEALTH INSURANCE COVERAGE
  E095 .. Civilian Noninstitutionalized Population
  E096 .... With health insurance coverage
  E097 ...... With private health insurance coverage
  E098 ...... With public health coverage
  E099 .... No health insurance coverage
  E100 .... Civilian Noninstitutionalized Population Under 18 years
  E101 ...... No health insurance coverage
  E102 .... Civilian noninstitutionalized population 18 to 64 years
  E103 ...... In labor force:
  E104 ........ Employed:
  E105 .......... With health insurance coverage
  E106 ............ With private health insurance
  E107 ............ With public coverage
  E108 .......... No health insurance coverage
  E109 ........ Unemployed:
  E110 .......... With health insurance coverage
  E111 ............ With private health insurance
  E112 ............ With public coverage
  E113 .......... No health insurance coverage
  E114 ...... Not in labor force:
  E115 ........ With health insurance coverage
  E116 .......... With private health insurance
  E117 .......... With public coverage
  E118 ........ No health insurance coverage
PERCENTAGE OF FAMILIES AND PEOPLE WHOSE INCOME IN THE PAST 12 MONTHS IS BELOW THE POVERTY LEVEL
  E119 All families
  E120     With related children of the householder under 18 years
  E121         With related children of the householder under 5 years only
  E122 Married couple families
  E123     With related children of the householder under 18 years
  E124         With related children of the householder under 5 years only
  E125 Families with female householder, no husband present
  E126     With related children of the householder under 18 years
  E127         With related children of the householder under 5 years only
  E128 All people
  E129 Under 18 years
  E130     Related children of the householder under 18 years
  E131         Related children of the householder under 5 years
  E132         Related children of the householder 5 to 17 years
  E133 18 years and over
  E134     18 to 64 years
  E135     65 years and over
  E136 People in families
  E137 Unrelated individuals 15 years and over

U.S. & State 2016 Economic Characteristics -- interactive table
  Click ShowAll button between Find/Queries. Use mouseover on column header to view column description.
  See usage notes below table. See related tables -- http://proximityone.com/rankingtables.htm.


Usage Notes
  • If table not showing any rows; click ShowAll button below table.
  • Use vertical and horizontal scroll bars to navigate up/down or left/right.
  • Adjust column widths using column divider between header cells.
  • Find Name> button -- use to select area based on exact spelling of partial name in column 1.
    .. Key in exact up/low case spelling of partial name of area in the edit box to right of Find Name> button.
    .. overwriting the value Texas.
    .. click the Find Name> button ... table refreshes with all states with matched spelling in column 1.
  • Selected columns -- click the "$MHI.$MFI.$PCI" below the table to show only these columns;
    .. click "All columns" button to restore view to all columns.

  • All items are estimates for 2016.
  • Click ShowAll button between specific area queries.
  • Cells with negative value could not be estimated (for this geography and this time frame).

State GIS Project Installation & Use .. goto top
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Installation requirements include:
  • Windows computer with Internet connection.
  • Userid and password provided separately.
Terms of Use:
  • There is no warranty or guarantee; users are solely responsible for any use.
  • Authorized for personal, non-business/income generating use only.
  • Software nor data may not be redistributed.
  • Authorized for use only as a package; data not authorized for use with other software.
  • Contact use for more information; add message in test section.

Follow these steps to install the "States1" GIS project and related data files.
1. Install the CV XS GIS software
... run the CV XE GIS installer
... take all defaults during installation
... not necessary to reinstall if already installed
2. Install the States1 project fileset
... using windows explorer, create the folder c:\statetrends.
... unzip States1 GIS project files to local folder c:\statetrends
3. Open the c:\statetrends\states1.gis project
... after completing the above steps, click File>Open>Dialog
... open the file named c:\statetrends\states1.gis
4. Done. The start-up view for the states1.gis project is shown below.

- View developed using CV XE GIS software and associated GIS project.

Using the State GIS Project .. goto top
The layers in the states1.gis project are listed below.
1States1cb_2015_us_state_500k.shp
2StatesLabelcb_2015_us_state_500k.shp
3Med Age Labelcb_2015_us_state_500k.shp
4Coll Grad Labelcb_2015_us_state_500k.shp
5MHI Labelcb_2015_us_state_500k.shp
6MHV Labelcb_2015_us_state_500k.shp
7StatesPopcb_2015_us_state_500k.shp
8PCPI Labelcb_2015_us_state_500k.shp
9PCPIcb_2015_us_state_500k.shp
10States2cb_2015_us_state_500k.shp

Most of these layers use the shapefile cb_2015_us_state_500k.shp. The fields/attributes of this shapefile are listed below.
  • Fields 8 - 27 ... Census Bureau population estimates program.
  • Fields 28 - 37 ... Census Bureau ACS 2016 1 year data (from tables in this and related sections).
  • Fields 38 - 127 ... Bureau of Economic Analysis State Quarterly Personal Income data (2010Q1 through 2017Q2).
    .. three sections of quarterly data: total personal income, population, per capita personal income.
Scroll table:
  Field# Field Name - DescriptionAttributes
  1 STATEFP C, 2, 0
  2 STATENS C, 8, 0
  3 GEOID C, 2, 0
  4 STUSPS C, 2, 0
  5 NAME C, 100, 0
  6 LSAD C, 2, 0
  7 ALAND N, 14, 0
  8 AWATER N, 14, 0
  9 POP040110 N, 9, 0
  10 POP040110B N, 9, 0
  11 POP070110 N, 9, 0
  12 POP070111 N, 9, 0
  13 POP070112 N, 9, 0
  14 POP070113 N, 9, 0
  15 POP070114 N, 9, 0
  16 POP070115 N, 9, 0
  17 POP070116 N, 9, 0
  18 C10B16 N, 9, 0
  19 C10B16P N, 9, 1
  20 RKC10B16 C, 9, 0
  21 RKC10B16P C, 9, 0
  22 NI10B16 N, 9, 0
  23 B10B16 N, 9, 0
  24 D10B16 N, 9, 0
  25 MIG10B16 N, 9, 0
  26 IMIG10B16 N, 9, 0
  27 DMIGD10B16 C, 9, 0
  28 D001 N, 9, 0
  29 D017 N, 9, 1
  30 S066 N, 9, 1
  31 S067 N, 9, 1
  32 E062 N, 9, 0
  33 E063 N, 9, 0
  34 H001 N, 9, 0
  35 H002 N, 9, 0
  36 H003 N, 9, 0
  37 H089 N, 9, 0
  38 PI2010Q1 N, 14, 0
  39 PI2010Q2 N, 14, 0
  40 PI2010Q3 N, 14, 0
  41 PI2010Q4 N, 14, 0
  42 PI2011Q1 N, 14, 0
  43 PI2011Q2 N, 14, 0
  44 PI2011Q3 N, 14, 0
  45 PI2011Q4 N, 14, 0
  46 PI2012Q1 N, 14, 0
  47 PI2012Q2 N, 14, 0
  48 PI2012Q3 N, 14, 0
  49 PI2012Q4 N, 14, 0
  50 PI2013Q1 N, 14, 0
  51 PI2013Q2 N, 14, 0
  52 PI2013Q3 N, 14, 0
  53 PI2013Q4 N, 14, 0
  54 PI2014Q1 N, 14, 0
  55 PI2014Q2 N, 14, 0
  56 PI2014Q3 N, 14, 0
  57 PI2014Q4 N, 14, 0
  58 PI2015Q1 N, 14, 0
  59 PI2015Q2 N, 14, 0
  60 PI2015Q3 N, 14, 0
  61 PI2015Q4 N, 14, 0
  62 PI2016Q1 N, 14, 0
  63 PI2016Q2 N, 14, 0
  64 PI2016Q3 N, 14, 0
  65 PI2016Q4 N, 14, 0
  66 PI2017Q1 N, 14, 0
  67 PI2017Q2 N, 14, 0
  68 POP2010Q1 N, 14, 0
  69 POP2010Q2 N, 14, 0
  70 POP2010Q3 N, 14, 0
  71 POP2010Q4 N, 14, 0
  72 POP2011Q1 N, 14, 0
  73 POP2011Q2 N, 14, 0
  74 POP2011Q3 N, 14, 0
  75 POP2011Q4 N, 14, 0
  76 POP2012Q1 N, 14, 0
  77 POP2012Q2 N, 14, 0
  78 POP2012Q3 N, 14, 0
  79 POP2012Q4 N, 14, 0
  80 POP2013Q1 N, 14, 0
  81 POP2013Q2 N, 14, 0
  82 POP2013Q3 N, 14, 0
  83 POP2013Q4 N, 14, 0
  84 POP2014Q1 N, 14, 0
  85 POP2014Q2 N, 14, 0
  86 POP2014Q3 N, 14, 0
  87 POP2014Q4 N, 14, 0
  88 POP2015Q1 N, 14, 0
  89 POP2015Q2 N, 14, 0
  90 POP2015Q3 N, 14, 0
  91 POP2015Q4 N, 14, 0
  92 POP2016Q1 N, 14, 0
  93 POP2016Q2 N, 14, 0
  94 POP2016Q3 N, 14, 0
  95 POP2016Q4 N, 14, 0
  96 POP2017Q1 N, 14, 0
  97 POP2017Q2 N, 14, 0
  98 PCPI2010Q1 N, 14, 0
  99 PCPI2010Q2 N, 14, 0
  100 PCPI2010Q3 N, 14, 0
  101 PCPI2010Q4 N, 14, 0
  102 PCPI2011Q1 N, 14, 0
  103 PCPI2011Q2 N, 14, 0
  104 PCPI2011Q3 N, 14, 0
  105 PCPI2011Q4 N, 14, 0
  106 PCPI2012Q1 N, 14, 0
  107 PCPI2012Q2 N, 14, 0
  108 PCPI2012Q3 N, 14, 0
  109 PCPI2012Q4 N, 14, 0
  110 PCPI2013Q1 N, 14, 0
  111 PCPI2013Q2 N, 14, 0
  112 PCPI2013Q3 N, 14, 0
  113 PCPI2013Q4 N, 14, 0
  114 PCPI2014Q1 N, 14, 0
  115 PCPI2014Q2 N, 14, 0
  116 PCPI2014Q3 N, 14, 0
  117 PCPI2014Q4 N, 14, 0
  118 PCPI2015Q1 N, 14, 0
  119 PCPI2015Q2 N, 14, 0
  120 PCPI2015Q3 N, 14, 0
  121 PCPI2015Q4 N, 14, 0
  122 PCPI2016Q1 N, 14, 0
  123 PCPI2016Q2 N, 14, 0
  124 PCPI2016Q3 N, 14, 0
  125 PCPI2016Q4 N, 14, 0
  126 PCPI2017Q1 N, 14, 0
  127 PCPI2017Q2 N, 14, 0


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The importance of understanding the demographic-economic make-up and trends can hardly be overstated. Community and educational challenges and opportunities are shaped by demographic-economic dynamics. Only by knowing "where we are" can we develop the most effective plans for improvement.

The American Community Survey provides "richer" demographic-economic characteristics for national scope wide-ranging geographic areas. While Census 2010 provides data similar to those items in the General Demographics section, only ACS sourced data provide details on topics such as income and poverty, labor force and employment, housing value and costs, educational participation and attainment, language spoken at home, among many related items. The approximate 600 items accessible via the dataset are supplemented by a wide range of additional subject matter. These data are updated annually in December of each year for each/all political/statistical areas, including census tracts, ZIP code areas and block groups..

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