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Income in the United States


Median Household Income
  • Median income of all households: $46,326
  • Households with two income earners: $67,348
Median Personal Income
  • Males, age 25 or older: $39,403
  • Females, age 25 or older: $26,507
Distribution of Household Income
  • Top 1.5%: $250,000+
  • Top 5%: 157,000+
  • Top 20%: more than $88,030
  • Top quarter: $77,500 or more
  • Middle 20%: $34,738 to $55,331
  • Middle 50%: $22,500 to $77,500
  • Bottom quarter: $22,500 or less
  • Lowest 20%: less than $18,500
  • Bottom 5%: $7,500 or less
  • Bottom 10%: $10,500 or less
Education and Personal Income (Both Sexes, age 25 or older)
  • High School: $26,505
  • Some college: $31,054
  • Bachelor's degree $43,143
  • Masters degree $52,390
  • Bachelor's degree or more: $49,303
  • Doctorate degree: $70,853
Race and Household Income
  • Asian: $57,518
  • White (non-hispanic): $48,977
  • Hispanic: $34,241
  • African American: $30,134

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  1. ^ "Detailed Income Tabulations from the CPS". U.S. Census Bureau. 2006.