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Per Capita Income (2010)

Unemployment Rate (2011)

% with incomes less than 1.5 times the poverty rate (2010)

Minnesota

$42,798

6.4%

19.5%

31.8%

Oklahoma

$35,389

6.2%

28.3%

22.9%

Alabama

$33,504

9.0%

30.4%

21.9%

Michigan

$34,714

10.3%

26.3%

25.2%

$39,937

8.9%

25.0%

28.1%

State

United States

Bachelors degree or more (2010)

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Personal Income

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Michigan

2010

$ Change from 01

% Change from 01

Private Sector Employment Earnings Per Capita

$20,058

-$4,282

-17.6%

Government Employment Earnings Per Capita

$4,128

$392

10.5%

Interest, Dividends and Rent Per Capita

$5,094

-$808

-13.7%

Transfer Payments Per Capita

$8,233

$2,996

56.3%

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Michigan

National Rank

Compared to U.S.

Per capita income

39

86.9%

Private sector employment earnings per capita

36

84.6%

Proportion of adults with a four year degree

34

89.7%

Employment rate

46

90.0%

Average wage

18

95.1%

Average wage in high education attainment industries

20

90.0%

Average wage in low education attainment industries

12

104.0%

Proportion of wages from high education attainment industries

29

90.8%

Households with income 1.5 times the poverty rate or less

32

105.1%

Households with income 4 times the poverty rate or more

29

91.3%

Government employment earnings per capita

46

77.7%

Interest, dividends and rent per capita

43

76.1%

8

111.0%

Transfer payments per capita

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Percent of wages from high ed sector (2010)

Percent of population with bachelors degree or more (2010)

% Low Income (2010)1

% High Income (2010)2

Personal Income per capita

% Population over 16 with jobs

Personal income per capita change 2001-10 (in 2010 $)

United States

$39,937

58.47%

4.10%

58.38%

28.10%

24.99%

35.17%

Connecticut

$54,239

62.19%

-1.82%

63.75%

35.50%

16.39%

49.91%

Massachusetts

$51,304

60.64%

2.29%

66.81%

39.00%

18.31%

48.65%

New Jersey

$51,139

60.01%

1.73%

63.58%

35.40%

16.79%

50.16%

Maryland

$49,023

62.81%

5.12%

63.57%

36.10%

15.92%

50.50%

New York

$48,596

56.97%

8.01%

68.89%

32.60%

23.57%

39.89%

Wyoming

$44,961

65.40%

17.98%

44.92%

24.10%

19.70%

37.79%

Virginia

$44,267

64.47%

7.80%

63.27%

34.30%

18.88%

44.36%

Alaska

$44,233

64.67%

12.35%

53.14%

27.90%

18.35%

42.96%

New Hampshire

$43,698

65.74%

-1.01%

58.93%

32.80%

14.95%

46.17%

North Dakota

$42,890

69.31%

34.06%

46.34%

27.60%

20.99%

35.46%

$34,714

53.58%

-3.97%

53.03%

25.20%

26.26%

32.11%

State

Michigan

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Personal Income Per Capita

Non-Natural Resources Private Earnings

Share of Personal Income

United States

$39,937

$23,149

57.96%

28.10%

Massachusetts

$51,304

$34,082

66.43%

39.00%

Connecticut

$54,239

$33,460

61.69%

35.50%

New York

$48,596

$31,510

64.84%

32.60%

New Jersey

$51,139

$29,036

56.78%

35.40%

Minnesota

$42,798

$26,823

62.67%

31.80%

New Hampshire

$43,698

$26,347

60.29%

32.80%

Illinois

$42,040

$26,081

62.04%

30.70%

Delaware

$40,097

$25,982

64.80%

27.80%

Colorado

$42,295

$25,322

59.87%

36.40%

California

$42,514

$24,882

58.53%

30.10%

Personal Income Per Capita

Non-Natural Resources Private Earnings

Share of Personal Income

% of Population with a Bachelors Degree or more

United States

$39,937

$23,149

57.96%

28.10%

Alabama

$33,504

$17,121

51.10%

21.90%

Oklahoma

$35,389

$17,078

48.26%

22.90%

Kentucky

$32,316

$17,021

52.67%

20.50%

South Carolina

$32,462

$16,756

51.62%

24.60%

Montana

$35,053

$16,689

47.61%

28.80%

Arkansas

$32,805

$16,636

50.71%

19.50%

Idaho

$31,897

$16,553

51.90%

24.40%

New Mexico

$33,342

$15,130

45.38%

25.00%

West Virginia

$32,042

$14,545

45.39%

17.50%

$31,071

$14,358

46.21%

19.50%

Mississippi

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% of Population with a Bachelors Degree or more


2010

2010 $ Rank

2010 Share

$33,504

42

100.0%

100.0%

$2,536

$425

24

1.3%

2.0%

-$190

Other Private Earn.

$17,121

41

51.1%

56.6%

-$419

Government Earn.

$5,350

20

16.0%

14.3%

$935

Dividends, Int. Rent

$5,000

44

14.9%

17.1%

-$288

Transfer Payments

$7,948

13

23.7%

17.3%

$2,591

Soc. Ins. Tax & Res Adj

-$2,340

N.A.

-7.0%

-7.3%

-$92

Indiana

$33,981

41

100.0%

100.0%

$236

$380

28

1.1%

0.4%

$235

Other Private Earn.

$20,064

30

59.0%

64.5%

-$1,686

Government Earn.

$3,800

50

11.2%

10.1%

$378

Dividends, Int. Rent

$4,872

45

14.3%

17.0%

-$869

Transfer Payments

$7,104

34

20.9%

14.5%

$2,216

Soc. Ins. Tax & Res Adj

- $2,240

N.A.

-6.6%

-6.5%

-$38

Minnesota

$42,798

11

100.0%

100.0%

$885

16

2.1%

0.3%

$770

Other Private Earn.

$26,823

5

62.7%

67.8%

-$388

Government Earn.

$4,668

38

10.9%

10.5%

$438

Dividends, Int. Rent

$7,217

15

16.9%

19.1%

-$447

Transfer Payments

$7,241

31

16.9%

12.3%

$2,313

-$4,036

N.A.

-9.4%

-10.0%

-$38

Area/Source Alabama Private Nat. Res. Earn.

Private Nat. Res. Earn.

Private Nat. Res. Earn.

Soc. Ins. Tax & Res Adj

2001 Share

Change from 2001-2010

$2,648

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Personal Income Per Capita 2010

% Change Per Capita Personal Income 2001 to 2010 (10$)

% Wages High Education Industries 2010

% With Bachelors Degree or More (2010)

United States

$39,937

4.10%

58.38%

28.10%

24.99%

35.17%

3.0 million or more

$45,132

1.75%

62.74%

33.61%

22.53%

40.68%

1.0 million to 3.0 million

$38,070

2.60%

55.61%

28.10%

24.42%

34.66%

500,000 to 1.0 million

$35,460

5.12%

51.79%

25.43%

26.12%

31.98%

200,000 to 500,000

$35,589

9.36%

50.47%

24.56%

27.86%

30.71%

under 200,000

$33,855

10.05%

48.13%

22.51%

27.74%

28.69%

Non-metro counties

$31,619

12.96%

47.29%

16.92%

29.90%

25.14%

CSAs and nonCSA MSAs

% Low Income (2010)1

% High Income (2010)2

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Number metros

Per Capita Personal Income 2010

Private Earn

3.0 million or more

17

$45,132

64.5%

1.0 million to 3.0 million

37

$38,070

500,000 to 1.0 million

46

200,000 to 500,000

Div Int Rent

Transfer Pay

12.0%

16.6%

15.3%

-8.4%

60.8%

13.5%

15.8%

19.0%

-9.0%

$35,460

54.7%

14.5%

16.6%

21.1%

-7.0%

91

$35,589

52.5%

16.4%

15.8%

21.5%

-6.2%

under 200,000

120

$33,855

51.2%

18.1%

14.7%

23.2%

-7.2%

Non-metro counties

N.A.

$31,619

45.1%

14.0%

15.5%

27.3%

-1.9%

Number metros

Per Capita Personal Income 2001

Private Earn

Div Int Rent

Transfer Pay

3.0 million or more

17

$44,306

70.6%

10.8%

17.2%

10.5%

-9.0%

1.0 million to 3.0 million

37

$37,137

66.5%

12.5%

17.0%

13.4%

-9.4%

500,000 to 1.0 million

46

$33,847

60.3%

13.1%

18.8%

15.2%

-7.4%

200,000 to 500,000

91

$32,678

57.9%

15.0%

19.4%

15.8%

-8.1%

under 200,000

120

$30,802

56.0%

16.9%

18.4%

17.5%

-8.8%

Non-metro counties

N.A.

$27,993

48.4%

13.2%

19.3%

22.0%

-2.9%

CSAs and nonCSA MSAs

CSAs and nonCSA MSAs

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Gov Earn

Gov Earn

Soc Ins Tax Res Adj

Soc Ins Tax Res Adj


State

Personal Income Per Capita 2010

% Change Per Capita Personal Income 2001 to 2010 (10$)

% Wages High Education Industries 2010

% With Bachelors Degree or More (2010)

% Low Income (2010)1

% High Income (2010)2

United States

$39,937

4.10%

58.38%

28.10%

24.99%

35.17%

San Jose-San FranciscoOakland, CA (CSA)

$56,061

0.41%

69.75%

41.40%

18.73%

49.11%

New York-NewarkBridgeport, NY-NJ-CT-PA (CSA)

$54,173

2.98%

70.02%

35.90%

21.02%

45.40%

Washington-BaltimoreNorthern Virginia, DCMD-VA-WV (CSA)

$54,104

4.81%

70.19%

42.40%

14.70%

54.22%

Boston-Worcester-Manchester, MA-RI-NH (CSA)

$50,332

4.25%

66.56%

38.10%

17.60%

48.83%

Hartford-West HartfordWillimantic, CT (CSA)

$49,387

3.03%

63.11%

33.60%

17.19%

49.30%

Seattle-Tacoma-Olympia, WA (CSA)

$47,417

5.04%

65.01%

35.40%

18.32%

45.21%

Philadelphia-CamdenVineland, PA-NJ-DE-MD (CSA)

$46,192

5.94%

63.41%

32.00%

20.14%

43.95%

Denver-Aurora-Boulder, CO (CSA)

$45,698

-0.69%

66.00%

39.00%

21.23%

42.57%

Minneapolis-St. Paul-St. Cloud, MN-WI (CSA)

$45,668

3.13%

63.37%

36.60%

17.90%

44.97%

San Diego-Carlsbad-San Marcos, CA (MSA)

$45,627

2.56%

62.91%

33.70%

24.43%

38.51%

3.69%

59.56%

33.50%

22.43%

39.81%

Chicago-NapervilleMichigan City, IL-IN-WI (CSA)

$44,043

Houston-Baytown-Huntsville, TX (CSA)

$43,710

2.36%

54.13%

28.30%

26.84%

35.05%

Pittsburgh-New Castle, PA (CSA)

$42,307

7.72%

59.29%

28.80%

21.02%

36.56%

Detroit-Warren-Flint, MI (CSA)

$37,398

-5.41%

57.27%

27.80%

25.79%

35.55%

Grand Rapids-Muskegon-Holland, MI (CSA)

$32,441

-3.96%

44.03%

24.80%

25.21%

28.97%

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Per Capita Income, 2010

Metro Area % with a Bachelor's degree or more, 2010

Central City % population with bachelor's degree or more, 2010

United States

$39,937

28.10%

N.A.

San Jose-San Francisco-Oakland, CA (CSA)

$56,061

41.40%

36.60%

New York-Newark-Bridgeport, NY-NJ-CT-PA (CSA)

$54,173

35.90%

33.30%

Washington-Baltimore-Northern Virginia, DCMD-VA-WV (CSA)

$54,104

42.40%

50.10%

Boston-Worcester-Manchester, MA-RI-NH (CSA)

$50,332

38.10%

44.30%

Hartford-West Hartford-Willimantic, CT (CSA)

$49,387

33.60%

13.60%

Seattle-Tacoma-Olympia, WA (CSA)

$47,417

35.40%

56.00%

Philadelphia-Camden-Vineland, PA-NJ-DE-MD (CSA)

$46,192

32.00%

22.60%

Denver-Aurora-Boulder, CO (CSA)

$45,698

39.00%

40.90%

Minneapolis-St. Paul-St. Cloud, MN-WI (CSA)

$45,668

36.60%

44.60%

San Diego-Carlsbad-San Marcos, CA (MSA)

$45,627

33.70%

40.40%

Chicago-Naperville-Michigan City, IL-IN-WI (CSA)

$44,043

33.50%

33.40%

Pittsburgh-New Castle, PA (CSA)

$42,307

28.80%

35.00%

Detroit-Warren-Flint, MI (CSA)

$37,398

27.80%

11.90%

Grand Rapids-Muskegon-Holland, MI (CSA)

$32,441

24.80%

29.00%

Area Name

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Rank in Per Capita Income, 2010

Rank in % change in per capita income, 2001-10

Rank in % share wages high education industries, 2010

Rank in share of population over 25 with a bachelor's degree or more, 2010

Michigan (of 50)

39

49

29

34

Detroit-Warren-Flint, MI (CSA) (of 54)

38

54

34

35

Grand Rapids-Muskegon-Holland, MI (CSA) (of 54)

52

50

53

48

Per Capita Income, 2010

% change in per capita income, 2001-10

% share wages high education industries, 2010

Share of population over 25 with a bachelor's degree or more, 2010

United States

$39,937

4.10%

58.38%

28.10%

Lansing-East Lansing-Owosso, MI (CSA)

$32,866

0.10%

61.50%

27.70%

Madison-Baraboo, WI (CSA)

$43,522

5.70%

60.26%

41.00%

Area

Area

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2010 Per capita personal income

2010$ rank of 54

2010 share

2001 share

Change from 2001-2010 (10$)

Detroit CSA

$37,398

38

100.00%

100.00%

-$2,137

Private Earn.

$23,071

34

61.69%

72.35%

-$5,534

Government Earn.

$4,215

38

11.27%

9.12%

$609

Dividends, Int. Rent

$6,085

32

16.27%

17.80%

-$953

Transfer Payments

$8,384

6

22.42%

13.04%

$3,228

Soc. Ins. Tax & Res Adj

-$4,357

N.A.

-11.65%

-12.32%

$514

Grand Rapids CSA

$32,441

52

100.00%

100.00%

-$1,337

Private Earn.

$20,937

44

64.54%

72.05%

-$3,399

Government Earn.

$2,897

54

8.93%

8.36%

$74

Dividends, Int. Rent

$5,166

45

15.92%

17.11%

-$612

Transfer Payments

$6,762

31

20.84%

12.94%

$2,392

Soc. Ins. Tax & Res Adj

-$3,320

N.A.

-10.23%

-10.45%

$208

Minneapolis CSA

$45,668

9

100.00%

100.00%

$1,388

Private Earn.

$31,496

7

68.97%

73.56%

-$1,076

Government Earn.

$4,804

25

10.52%

9.87%

$435

Dividends, Int. Rent

$7,087

13

15.52%

17.00%

-$441

Transfer Payments

$6,555

40

14.35%

9.48%

$2,356

Soc. Ins. Tax & Res Adj

-$4,274

N.A.

-9.36%

-9.91%

$114

Pittsburgh CSA

$42,307

13

100.00%

100.00%

$3,033

Private Earn.

$26,664

15

63.02%

66.09%

$708

Government Earn.

$3,594

51

8.49%

8.31%

$329

Dividends, Int. Rent

$6,278

27

14.84%

17.00%

-$397

Transfer Payments

$9,475

1

22.40%

17.51%

$2,599

-$3,704

N.A.

-8.75%

-8.91%

-$206

Area/Source

Soc. Ins. Tax & Res Adj

28


Per capita personal income 2010

2010 share

2001 share

Lansing CSA

$32,866

100.00%

100.00%

$34

Private Earn.

$16,705

50.83%

57.22%

-$2,082

Government Earn.

$7,697

23.42%

21.42%

$665

Dividends, Int. Rent

$4,317

13.13%

15.54%

-$785

Transfer Payments

$7,119

21.66%

13.96%

$2,536

Soc. Ins. Tax & Res Adj

-$2,972

-9.04%

-8.14%

-$300

Madison CSA

$43,522

100.00%

100.00%

$2,346

Private Earn.

$27,401

62.96%

64.56%

$816

Government Earn.

$8,281

19.03%

19.32%

$324

Dividends, Int. Rent

$7,523

17.28%

19.17%

-$370

Transfer Payments

$5,955

13.68%

9.76%

$1,936

-$5,638

-12.95%

-12.82%

-$360

Area/Source

Soc. Ins. Tax & Res Adj

Change from 20012010(10$)

29


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2010 earnings

Change from 2001-10

Percent change from 2001-10

Private sector employment earnings per capita

$23,071

-$5,534

-19.3%

Government employment earnings per capita

$4,215

$609

16.9%

Interest, dividends and rent per capita

$6,085

-$953

-15.3%

Transfer payments per capita

$8,384

$3,228

62.6%

Metro Detroit

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Metro Detroit

Rank (out of 54)

Share of U.S.

Per capita income

38

93.6%

Private sector employment earnings per capita

34

97.3%

Proportion of adults with a four year degree

35

98.9%

Average wage

16

104.4%

Average wage in high education attainment industries

21

98.0%

Average wage in low education attainment industries

5

111.0%

Proportion of wages from high education attainment industries

34

98.1%

Households with income 1.5 times the poverty rate or less

40

103.2%

Households with income 4 times the poverty rate or more

28

101.1%

Government employment earnings per capita

38

79.4%

Interest, dividends and rent per capita

32

78.6%

6

113.1%

Transfer payments per capita

32


Grand Rapids

2010

Change from 2001

Percentage change

Private sector employment earnings per capita

$20,937

-$3,399

-14.0%

Government employment earnings per capita

$2,897

$74

2.6%

Interest, dividends and rent per capita

$5,166

-$612

-11.4%

Transfer payments per capita

$6,762

$2,392

54.7%

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Grand Rapids

Rank (out of 54)

Share of U.S.

Per capita income

52

81.2%

Private sector employment earnings per capita

44

88.3%

Proportion of adults with a four year degree

48

88.3%

Average wage

49

85.2%

Average wage in high education attainment industries

50

79.2%

Average wage in low education attainment industries

27

99.8%

Proportion of wages from high education attainment industries

53

75.4%

Households with income 1.5 times the poverty rate or less

36

100.9%

Households with income 4 times the poverty rate or more

52

82.4%

Government employment earnings per capita

54

54.6%

Interest, dividends and rent per capita

45

71.2%

Transfer payments per capita

31

91.2%

35


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2010 earnings

Change from 2001-10

Percent change from 2001-10

Private sector employment earnings per capita

$16,705

-$2,082

-11.1%

Government employment earnings per capita

$7,697

$665

9.5%

Interest, dividends and rent per capita

$4,317

-$785

-15.2%

Transfer payments per capita

$7,119

$2,536

55.3%

Lansing

37


Lansing Per capita income

82.3%

Private sector employment earnings per capita

70.5%

Proportion of adults with a four year degree

98.6%

Average wage

91.9%

Average wage in high education attainment industries

85.4%

Average wage in low education attainment industries

94.9%

Proportion of wages from high education attainment industries

38

Share of U.S.

105.3%

Proportion of adults with a four year degree

98.6%

Households with income 1.5 times the poverty rate or less

97.5%

Households with income 4 times the poverty rate or more

93.8%

Per capita income

82.3%

Private sector employment earnings per capita

70.5%

Government employment earnings per capita

144.9%

Interest, dividends and rent per capita

64.5%

Transfer payments per capita

96.0%


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Michigan's Transition to a Knowledge-Based Economy