Median Household Income

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Median household income captures the midpoint of household income for a county; 50 percent of households have an income higher than the median household income and 50 percent of households have an income below it. It includes public assistance such as Social Security income, but not non-cash assistance such as food stamps. Median household incomes in Georgia ranged from $20,880 to $91,840 during 2012-2016.

2007-2011 median household incomes are adjusted for inflation using the U.S. PCE Price Index from the Bureau of Economic Analysis.

Source: US Census American Community Survey, 2007-2011, 2012-2016
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