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Greenville-Mauldin-Easley South Carolina Household Income

The Census ACS 1-year survey reports that the median household income for the Greenville-Mauldin-Easley South Carolina metro area was $51,154 in 2017, the latest figures available. Greenville median household income is $584 higher than the median South Carolina household income and $9,182 less than the US median household income. 2018 metro income data (including Greenville median household income) will be released in September of 2019. Median family and per capita income for Greenville-Mauldin-Easley are shown below.

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Real Median Household Income for Greenville South Carolina

2017 1 Year Change 3 Year Change
US $60,336 +2.51% +8.49%
South Carolina $50,570 +0.01% +7.86%
Greenville $51,154 -1.12% +10.21%

Trends in Greenville, SC Real Median Household Income since 2005

The current median household income for Greenville is $51,154. Real median household income peaked in 2007 at $53,581 and is now $2,427 (4.53%) lower. From a post peak low of $46,416 in 2014, real median household income for Greenville has now grown by $4,738 (10.21%).

Real Median Household Income: Greenville, South Carolina, National

Historical Inflation Adjusted Median Household Income for Greenville

Date US South Carolina Greenville
2017 $60,336 $50,570 $51,154
2016 $58,856 $50,566 $51,733
2015 $57,709 $48,876 $49,851
2014 $55,613 $46,887 $46,416
2013 $55,072 $46,548 $47,275
2012 $54,948 $46,108 $46,768
2011 $55,162 $46,277 $48,646
2010 $56,388 $47,342 $48,043
2009 $57,519 $48,609 $49,572
2008 $59,382 $50,932 $51,501
2007 $60,135 $51,352 $53,581
2006 $59,051 $50,092 $50,063

Greenville Family Income

The ACS 1-year data shows the median family income for Greenville was $65,339 in 2017. Compared to the median South Carolina family income, Greenville median family income is $2,907 higher. As with the median household income data, 2018 family income data for Greenville will be released in September of 2019.

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Real Median Family Income for Greenville South Carolina

2017 1 Year Change 3 Year Change
US $73,891 +1.79% +8.17%
South Carolina $62,432 -0.68% +6.63%
Greenville $65,339 +0.23% +12.50%

Trends in Greenville, SC Real Median Family Income since 2005

The current median family income for Greenville is $65,339. Real median family income peaked in 2008 at $66,282 and is now $943 (1.42%) lower. From a post peak low of $58,078 in 2014, real median family income for Greenville has now grown by $7,261 (12.50%).

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Historical Inflation Adjusted Median Family Income for Greenville

Date US South Carolina Greenville
2017 $73,891 $62,432 $65,339
2016 $72,591 $62,859 $65,189
2015 $70,627 $61,338 $63,024
2014 $68,313 $58,550 $58,078
2013 $67,488 $57,639 $60,168
2012 $66,880 $56,437 $58,907
2011 $67,126 $57,061 $61,136
2010 $68,289 $58,256 $61,435
2009 $69,958 $60,021 $61,943
2008 $72,321 $63,531 $66,282
2007 $72,500 $62,710 $65,488
2006 $71,330 $61,346 $63,500

Greenville Per Capita Income

The ACS 1-year survey shows the per capita income for Greenville was $28,361 in 2017. Compared to the median South Carolina per capita income, Greenville median per capita income is $452 higher. As with the median household and median family income numbers above, 2018 per capita income data for Greenville will be released in September of 2019.

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Real Per Capita Income for Greenville South Carolina

2017 1 Year Change 3 Year Change
US $32,397 +1.88% +8.20%
South Carolina $27,909 +1.13% +9.48%
Greenville $28,361 +0.70% +11.53%

Trends in Greenville, SC Real Per Capita Income since 2005

At $28,361, the per capita income for Greenville was at a new inflation adjusted high in 2017.

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Historical Real Per Capita Income for Greenville

Date US South Carolina Greenville
2017 $32,397 $27,909 $28,361
2016 $31,798 $27,597 $28,164
2015 $31,019 $26,516 $25,876
2014 $29,942 $25,493 $25,430
2013 $29,706 $24,966 $24,912
2012 $29,221 $25,025 $25,918
2011 $29,173 $24,683 $25,802
2010 $29,361 $24,932 $26,098
2009 $30,246 $25,780 $26,202
2008 $31,488 $27,051 $27,916
2007 $31,629 $27,421 $28,001
2006 $30,795 $26,661 $27,315