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Per capita personal income by county

Per Capita Personal Income, 1980

Inflation-Adjusted to 2019 Dollars

  • The 1980 for Washington state was $29,631 (inflation-adjusted to 2019 dollars).
  • Pend Oreille and Ferry counties had the lowest per capita personal income at $18,293 and $18,324, respectively.
  • At the high end of the spectrum were Garfield ($33,316), King ($35,486) and Lincoln ($33,973) counties.

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Per Capita Personal Income, 1990

Inflation-Adjusted to 2019 Dollars

  • The 1990 per capita personal income for Washington state was $35,063 (inflation-adjusted to 2019 dollars).
  • Ferry County had the lowest per capita personal income at the county level at $22,249.
  • At the high end of the spectrum was King County at $44,381. San Juan, with per capita income of $41,307, was the only other county with a per capita personal income over $40,000.

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Per Capita Personal Income, 2000

Inflation-Adjusted to 2019 Dollars

  • In 2000, the Washington state per capita personal income was $46,208 (inflation-adjusted to 2019 dollars).
  • Only two counties topped the state average: King County at $64,707 and San Juan County at $56,853.
  • Three counties had per capita personal incomes below $29,000: Ferry ($25,420), Franklin ($28,294) and Stevens ($28,308).

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Per Capita Personal Income, 2019

Inflation-Adjusted to 2019 Dollars

  • In 2019, the Washington state per capita personal income was $64,758.
  • Two counties bettered the state average: King County at $94,974 and San Juan County at $81,351.
  • Three counties had per capital personal income below $35,000: Ferry (31,963), Franklin ($34,142) and Grant ($34,718).

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Change in Per Capita Personal Income, 2000–2019

Inflation-Adjusted to 2019 Dollars

  • Overall, inflation-adjusted per capita personal income increased by 32.2% in Washington between 2000 and 2019. At the county level, the change ranged from a 4.9% gain for Benton County to a 46.9% increase for King County.

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Data Sources:

E-mail: OFM.Forecasting@ofm.wa.gov

Last updated
Friday, July 2, 2021
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