Snake River, Washington (WA) income map, earnings map, and wages data


Income statistics for All residents

Median household income in 2013 ($)

Change in household income between 2000 and 2013 (%)

Median non-family household income in 2013 ($)

Change in non-family household income between 2000 and 2013 (%)

Median per capita income in 2013 ($)

Change in per capita income between 2000 and 2013 (%)

Distribution of median household income in 2013 (number of people)

Income distribution in Snake River (%)

Income distribution in Washington (%)

Median household income in Snake River in 2013:
Snake River:

$45,290
State:

$58,405
Change in median household income between 2000 and 2013:
Snake River, Washington:

+26.2%
State:

+27.6%
Number of households with income < $10k:
Snake River:

6.7% (69,501)
State:

6.7% (177,391)
Number of households with income $10-20k:
Snake River:

8.7% (90,009)
State:

8.7% (229,726)
Number of households with income $20-30k:
Snake River:

9.3% (96,073)
State:

9.3% (245,199)
Number of households with income $30-40k:
Snake River:

9.4% (97,139)
State:

9.4% (247,904)
Number of households with income $40-50k:
Snake River:

8.6% (89,520)
Washington:

8.6% (228,452)
Number of households with income $50-60k:
Snake River:

8.3% (85,828)
Washington:

8.3% (219,044)
Number of households with income $60-75k:
Snake River:

10.3% (106,980)
State:

10.3% (273,021)
Number of households with income $75-100k:
Snake River:

13.0% (135,068)
State:

13.0% (344,734)
Number of households with income $100-125k:
Snake River:

9.0% (93,467)
State:

9.0% (238,541)
Number of households with income $125-150k:
Snake River:

5.7% (58,923)
State:

5.7% (150,383)
Number of households with income $150-200k:
Snake River:

5.8% (59,614)
State:

5.8% (152,159)
Number of households with income > $200k:
Snake River:

5.2% (54,064)
Washington:

5.2% (138,003)
Aggregate household income in Snake River in 2013: $363,914,576
Median family income in Snake River in 2013:
Snake River:

$48,174
State:

$71,371

Distribution of median family (with children under 18) income by family type (%)

Distribution of median family (without children < 18) income by family type (%)

Median non-family income in Snake River in 2013:
Snake River:

$32,344
State:

$36,452
Change in median non-family income between 2000 and 2013:
Snake River, Washington:

+22.1%
State:

+24.0%
Median per capita income in Snake River in 2013:
Snake River:

$24,147
State:

$30,672
Change in median per capita income between 2000 and 2013:
Snake River, Washington:

+34.8%
Washington:

+33.5%

Income statistics for White residents

Distribution of median household income in 2013 (number of people)

Income distribution in Snake River (%)

Income distribution in Washington (%)

Median household income in Snake River in 2013:
Snake River:

$45,356
Washington:

$60,183
Change in median household income between 2000 and 2013:
Snake River, Washington:

+26.4%
Washington:

+27.9%
Number of households with income < $10k:
Snake River:

5.9% (49,215)
Washington:

5.9% (129,100)
Number of households with income $10-20k:
Snake River:

8.4% (70,444)
State:

8.4% (184,797)
Number of households with income $20-30k:
Snake River:

8.9% (74,450)
Washington:

8.9% (195,300)
Number of households with income $30-40k:
Snake River:

9.4% (78,080)
State:

9.4% (204,795)
Number of households with income $40-50k:
Snake River:

8.8% (73,325)
State:

8.8% (192,297)
Number of households with income $50-60k:
Snake River:

8.4% (70,520)
Washington:

8.4% (184,981)
Number of households with income $60-75k:
Snake River:

10.5% (87,318)
State:

10.5% (229,005)
Number of households with income $75-100k:
Snake River:

13.4% (111,726)
State:

13.4% (293,119)
Number of households with income $100-125k:
Snake River:

9.2% (76,814)
State:

9.2% (201,488)
Number of households with income $125-150k:
Snake River:

5.9% (49,086)
State:

5.9% (128,757)
Number of households with income $150-200k:
Snake River:

5.8% (48,637)
Washington:

5.8% (127,604)
Number of households with income > $200k:
Snake River:

5.4% (45,260)
State:

5.4% (118,778)
Aggregate household income in Snake River in 2013: $308,243,738

Distribution of median family income in 2013 (number of people)

Median family income in Snake River in 2013:
Snake River:

$48,070
Washington:

$73,539
Number of families with income < $10k:
Snake River:

17.2% (20)
Washington:

3.4% (47,725)
Number of families with income $10-20k:
Snake River:

2.3% (3)
State:

4.8% (67,492)
Number of families with income $20-30k:
Snake River:

10.6% (13)
State:

6.4% (89,518)
Number of families with income $30-40k:
Snake River:

12.7% (15)
State:

8.4% (117,108)
Number of families with income $40-50k:
Snake River:

3.1% (4)
State:

8.1% (113,581)
Number of families with income $50-60k:
Snake River:

2.1% (2)
Washington:

8.5% (119,817)
Number of families with income $60-75k:
Snake River:

15.5% (18)
State:

11.2% (157,649)
Number of families with income $75-100k:
Snake River:

5.5% (7)
Washington:

15.4% (215,695)
Number of families with income $100-125k:
Snake River:

7.2% (9)
State:

11.5% (160,494)
Number of families with income $125-150k:
Snake River:

16.4% (19)
Washington:

7.4% (103,175)
Number of families with income $150-200k:
Snake River:

7.3% (9)
Washington:

7.6% (106,927)
Median non-family income in Snake River in 2013:
Snake River:

$32,433
State:

$37,105
Change in median non-family income between 2000 and 2013:
Snake River, Washington:

+22.4%
Washington:

+24.2%
Median per capita income in Snake River in 2013:
Snake River:

$24,270
State:

$32,833
Change in median per capita income between 2000 and 2013:
Snake River, Washington:

+34.8%
State:

+33.1%

Distribution of median household income in 2013 (number of people)

Income distribution in Snake River (%)

Income distribution in Washington (%)

Median household income in Snake River in 2013:
Snake River:

$7,007
State:

$19,349
Change in median household income between 2000 and 2013:
Snake River, Washington:

+39.2%
State:

+42.0%
Number of households with income < $10k:
Snake River:

6.3% (5,033)
State:

6.3% (13,622)
Number of households with income $10-20k:
Snake River:

12.5% (10,066)
State:

12.5% (27,244)
Number of households with income $20-30k:
Snake River:

12.5% (10,066)
Washington:

12.5% (27,244)
Number of households with income $30-40k:
Snake River:

12.5% (10,066)
Washington:

12.5% (27,244)
Number of households with income $40-50k:
Snake River:

12.5% (10,066)
State:

12.5% (27,244)
Number of households with income $50-60k:
Snake River:

6.3% (5,033)
State:

6.3% (13,622)
Number of households with income $60-75k:
Snake River:

6.3% (5,033)
Washington:

6.3% (13,622)
Number of households with income $75-100k:
Snake River:

6.3% (5,033)
State:

6.3% (13,622)
Number of households with income $100-125k:
Snake River:

6.3% (5,033)
State:

6.3% (13,622)
Number of households with income $125-150k:
Snake River:

6.3% (5,033)
State:

6.3% (13,622)
Number of households with income $150-200k:
Snake River:

6.3% (5,033)
State:

6.3% (13,622)
Number of households with income > $200k:
Snake River:

6.3% (5,033)
State:

6.3% (13,622)
Median per capita income in Snake River in 2013:
Snake River:

$7,007
Washington:

$19,349
Change in median per capita income between 2000 and 2013:
Snake River, Washington:

+39.2%
Washington:

+42.0%
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