Most populated cities in the U.S. - per capita income 2017

Per capita income in the most populated U.S. cities in 2017 (in U.S. dollars)

by Erin Duffin, last edited Apr 29, 2019
Most populated cities in the U.S. - per capita income 2017 This statistic shows the per capita income of the top 25 most populated cities in the U.S. in 2017. In 2017, the per capita income in San Francisco city was at 64,597 U.S. dollars. . San Francisco was followed in this regard by Seattle, Washington and Washington, D.C.. The median household income in San Francisco in 2017 was 110,816 dollars, the highest among the most populated cities in the United States.
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Per capita income in the most populated U.S. cities in 2017 (in U.S. dollars)

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Per capita income in U.S. dollars
San Francisco city, California64,597
Seattle city, Washington55,276
Washington city, District of Columbia52,500
San Jose city, California43,593
Denver city, Colorado42,271
Boston city, Massachusetts42,236
Austin city, Texas40,323
San Diego city, California39,325
New York city, New York37,447
Charlotte city, North Carolina37,300
Chicago city, Illinois34,269
Los Angeles city, California33,496
Nashville-Davidson metropolitan government (balance), Tennessee33,028
Dallas city, Texas32,114
Houston city, Texas31,175
Jacksonville city, Florida28,531
Fort Worth city, Texas28,174
Phoenix city, Arizona27,999
Columbus city, Ohio27,544
Indianapolis city (balance), Indiana27,304
Philadelphia city, Pennsylvania26,039
San Antonio city, Texas24,625
Memphis city, Tennessee24,143
El Paso city, Texas21,908
Detroit city, Michigan17,667
Per capita income in U.S. dollars
San Francisco city, California64,597
Seattle city, Washington55,276
Washington city, District of Columbia52,500
San Jose city, California43,593
Denver city, Colorado42,271
Boston city, Massachusetts42,236
Austin city, Texas40,323
San Diego city, California39,325
New York city, New York37,447
Charlotte city, North Carolina37,300
Chicago city, Illinois34,269
Los Angeles city, California33,496
Nashville-Davidson metropolitan government (balance), Tennessee33,028
Dallas city, Texas32,114
Houston city, Texas31,175
Jacksonville city, Florida28,531
Fort Worth city, Texas28,174
Phoenix city, Arizona27,999
Columbus city, Ohio27,544
Indianapolis city (balance), Indiana27,304
Philadelphia city, Pennsylvania26,039
San Antonio city, Texas24,625
Memphis city, Tennessee24,143
El Paso city, Texas21,908
Detroit city, Michigan17,667
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by Erin Duffin, last edited Apr 29, 2019
This statistic shows the per capita income of the top 25 most populated cities in the U.S. in 2017. In 2017, the per capita income in San Francisco city was at 64,597 U.S. dollars. . San Francisco was followed in this regard by Seattle, Washington and Washington, D.C.. The median household income in San Francisco in 2017 was 110,816 dollars, the highest among the most populated cities in the United States.
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