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Carroll County Georgia Household Income

The Census ACS 1-year survey reports that the median household income for the Carroll County Georgia area was $50,100 in 2017, the latest figures available. Carroll County median household income is $6,083 lower than the median Georgia household income and $10,236 less than the US median household income. 2018 county income data (including Carroll County median household income) will be released in September of 2019. Median family and per capita income for Carroll County are shown below.

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Real Median Household Income for Carroll County Georgia

2017 1 Year Change 3 Year Change
US $60,336 +2.51% +8.49%
Georgia $56,183 +2.69% +9.91%
Carroll County $50,100 -4.26% +18.64%

Trends in Carroll County, GA Real Median Household Income since 2005

The current median household income for Carroll is $50,100. Real median household income peaked in 2005 at $55,428 and is now $5,328 (9.61%) lower. From a post peak low of $42,229 in 2014, real median household income for Carroll has now grown by $7,871 (18.64%).

Real Median Household Income: Carroll County, Georgia, National

Historical Inflation Adjusted Median Household Income for Carroll County

Date US Georgia Carroll County
2017 $60,336 $56,183 $50,100
2016 $58,856 $54,711 $52,330
2015 $57,709 $53,021 $44,915
2014 $55,613 $51,119 $42,229
2013 $55,072 $50,412 $48,149
2012 $54,948 $50,496 $46,137
2011 $55,162 $50,253 $46,813
2010 $56,388 $52,313 $51,865
2009 $57,519 $54,505 $51,974
2008 $59,382 $58,049 $53,874
2007 $60,135 $58,234 $49,657
2006 $59,051 $57,078 $52,575

Carroll County Family Income

The ACS 1-year data shows the median family income for Carroll County was $63,938 in 2017. Compared to the median Georgia family income, Carroll County median family income is $4,045 lower. As with the median household income data, 2018 family income data for Carroll County will be released in September of 2019.

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Real Median Family Income for Carroll County Georgia

2017 1 Year Change 3 Year Change
US $73,891 +1.79% +8.17%
Georgia $67,983 +2.36% +11.39%
Carroll County $63,938 +2.35% +16.26%

Trends in Carroll County, GA Real Median Family Income since 2005

The current median family income for Carroll is $63,938. Real median family income peaked in 2006 at $67,876 and is now $3,938 (5.80%) lower. From a post peak low of $52,195 in 2015, real median family income for Carroll has now grown by $11,743 (22.50%).

Real Median Family Income: Carroll County, Georgia, National

Historical Inflation Adjusted Median Family Income for Carroll County

Date US Georgia Carroll County
2017 $73,891 $67,983 $63,938
2016 $72,591 $66,417 $62,473
2015 $70,627 $63,374 $52,195
2014 $68,313 $61,032 $54,996
2013 $67,488 $60,561 $58,201
2012 $66,880 $60,631 $53,658
2011 $67,126 $60,077 $58,848
2010 $68,289 $62,205 $58,785
2009 $69,958 $64,339 $60,724
2008 $72,321 $68,785 $63,996
2007 $72,500 $69,217 $59,549
2006 $71,330 $68,388 $67,876

Carroll County Per Capita Income

The ACS 1-year survey shows the per capita income for Carroll County was $25,238 in 2017. Compared to the median Georgia per capita income, Carroll County median per capita income is $4,430 lower. As with the median household and median family income numbers above, 2018 per capita income data for Carroll County will be released in September of 2019.

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Real Per Capita Income for Carroll County Georgia

2017 1 Year Change 3 Year Change
US $32,397 +1.88% +8.20%
Georgia $29,668 +3.05% +11.75%
Carroll County $25,238 +7.94% +13.12%

Trends in Carroll County, GA Real Per Capita Income since 2005

The current per capita income for Carroll is $25,238. Real per capita income peaked in 2005 at $27,665 and is now $2,427 (8.77%) lower. From a post peak low of $21,527 in 2011, real per capita income for Carroll has now grown by $3,711 (17.24%).

Real Per Capita Income: Carroll County, Georgia, National

Historical Real Per Capita Income for Carroll County

Date US Georgia Carroll County
2017 $32,397 $29,668 $25,238
2016 $31,798 $28,789 $23,381
2015 $31,019 $27,740 $22,770
2014 $29,942 $26,549 $22,310
2013 $29,706 $26,269 $22,495
2012 $29,221 $26,014 $21,696
2011 $29,173 $25,782 $21,527
2010 $29,361 $26,346 $22,941
2009 $30,246 $27,383 $22,457
2008 $31,488 $29,385 $23,252
2007 $31,629 $29,544 $23,069
2006 $30,795 $28,904 $23,495