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Median Household Income

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The median household income represents the midpoint of all household incomes, with half of the incomes abovethe median and half below. The Center on Budget and Policy Priorities reports that between 2004 and 2005, the median household income only rose modestly by 1.1 percent, while the overall poverty rate remained unchanged. In 2005, the median household incomes in Missouri and Illinois were $41,974 and $50,260 respectively.

 

Median Household Income

The Top 10 results for 2009 (ranked by Median Household Income)

Zip CodeMedian Household IncomeYear
630051404882009
631311207992009
630381191942009
631241000822009
63025965102009
63017930102009
63040926432009
63141898262009
63341871182009
63011848322009

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DATA NOTES:
The median income represents the midpoint of all incomes within the ZIP code, with half of the figures lying above the median and half lying below.

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COMPARATIVE NORM:
U.S: $46,242
MO: $41,974
IL: $50,260
U.S. Census Bureau.
American Community Survey (2005)