Per Capita Income in the Rural Capital Area Surpasses $42,000, Grows 16% in 5 Years

Recently released data from the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis shows that the per capita income of the Rural Capital Area reached $42,000 in 2016, a 16% increase from the previous 5 years (on par with US growth). Per capita income in the Rural Capital Area is 85% of the US average.

Within the Rural Capital Area, Fayette county has the highest per capita income ($48,200), followed by Blanco county ($47,400) and Llano county ($45,400). 5-year growth rates were the highest in Llano (27%), Lee (22%), and Fayette (19%) counties. Last year, per capita income grew the fastest in Williamson county (1.5%).

Download a snapshot of per capita income in the Rural Capital Area by county, metro or region by clicking in the bottom-right corner below. Or, visit the Per Capita Income dashboard in Rural Capital Headlight to download individual charts.

And, the dashboard above can be embedded in other websites. Click on the embed icon and paste the embed code into the HTML of your web page.

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