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(Households and people as of March of the following year)
|1997||Median income (in 1997 dollars)||
Percent change in real income 1997
Percent change in real income 1989 to 1997
|Number (thous.)||Median income (dollars)||1996||1989r|
|All households||102,528||37,005||36,306||37,303||1.9 *||-0.8|
|Type of Household|
|Family households||70,880||45,347||44,071||44,647||2.9 *||1.6 *|
|--Married couple families||54,317||51,681||51,002||49,925||1.3 *||3.5 *|
|--Female householder, no husband present||12,652||23,040||22,059||22,315||4.4 *||3.3|
|--Male householder, no wife present||3,911||36,634||36,476||39,108||0.4||-6.3 *|
|Nonfamily households||31,648||21,705||21,454||22,221||1.2||-2.3 *|
|--Female householder||17,516||17,613||16,774||17,865||5.0 *||-1.4|
|--Male householder||14,133||27,592||27,892||29,036||-1.1||-5.0 *|
|Race and Hispanic Origin of Householder|
|--White, not Hispanic||77,936||40,577||39,677||40,166||2.3 *||1.0|
|Black||12,474||25,050||24,021||23,583||4.3 *||6.2 *|
|Asian and Pacific Islander||3,125||45,249||44,269||46,611||2.2||-2.9|
|Hispanic origin1/||8,590||26,628||25,477||28,192||4.5 *||-5.5 *|
|Age of Householder|
|15 to 24 years||5,435||22,583||21,930||24,027||3.0||-6.0 *|
|25 to 34 years||19,033||38,174||36,711||38,442||4.0 *||-0.7|
|35 to 44 years||23,943||46,359||45,439||48,554||2.0 *||-4.5 *|
|45 to 54 years||19,547||51,875||51,630||53,738||0.5||-3.5 *|
|55 to 64 years||13,072||41,356||40,729||39,946||1.5||3.5 *|
|65 years and over||21,497||20,761||19,894||20,402||4.4 *||1.8||Nativity of the householder|
|Native born||91,713||37,643||36,920||NA||2.0 *||X|
|--Not a citizen||5,946||26,959||26,239||NA||2.7||X|
|Midwest||24,236||38,316||37,418||37,107||2.4 *||3.3 *|
|South||36,578||34,345||33,166||33,412||3.6 *||2.8 *|
|Inside metropolitan areas||82,122||39,381||38,504||40,151||2.3 *||-1.9 *|
|--Inside central cities||31,907||31,548||31,058||NA||1.6||X|
|--Outside central cities||50,215||44,668||43,429||NA||2.9 *||X|
|Outside metropolitan areas||20,406||30,057||28,734||28,942||4.6 *||3.9 *|
|EARNINGS OF FULL-TIME, YEAR-ROUND WORKERS|
|Male||54,909||33,674||32,882||35,179||2.4 *||-4.3 *|
|Female||37,683||24,973||24,254||24,237||3.0 *||3.0 *|
|PER CAPITA INCOME|
|All races 2/||269,094||19,241||18,552||17,999||3.7 *||6.9 *|
|White||221,650||20,425||19,621||19,088||4.1 *||7.0 *|
|--White, not Hispanic||192,178||21,905||20,991||NA||4.4 *||X|
|Asian and Pacific Islander||10,492||18,226||18,332||NA||-0.6||X|
*Statistically significant change at the 90-percent confidence level.
1/People of Hispanic origin may be of any race.
2/Data for American Indians, Eskimos, and Aleuts are not shown separately. Data for this population group are not tabulated from the CPS due to its small size.
Source: U.S. Bureau of the Census, March Current Population Survey.