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The median household income in Washington, DC in 2017 was $82,372, which was about the same as the median annual income of $82,372 across the entire state of District of Columbia. Compared to the median income of $40,127 in 2000 this represents an increase of 51.3%. The per capita income in 2017 was $52,500, which means an increase of 45.4% compared to 2000 when it was $28,659.

Whole page based on the data from 2000 / 2017 when the population of Washington, District of Columbia was 572,059 / 693,972

Income statistics for all residents

Median household income in 2017
Change in household income between 2000 and 2017
Median non-family household income in 2017
Change in non-family household income between 2000 and 2017
Median per capita income in 2017
Change in per capita income between 2000 and 2017
Distribution of median household income in Washington, DC in 2017
Income distribution in Washington, DC (%)
Income distribution in District of Columbia (%)
Distribution of median household income by age in 2017
Median household income in Washington, DC in 2017:
Washington:

$82,372
State:

$82,372
Change in median household income between 2000 and 2017:
Washington, District of Columbia:

+105.3%
State:

+105.3%
Number of households with income < $10k:
Washington:

9.2% (25,954)
State:

9.2% (25,954)
Number of households with income $10k - 20k:
Washington:

7.9% (22,226)
State:

7.9% (22,226)
Number of households with income $20k - 30k:
Washington:

6.8% (19,081)
State:

6.8% (19,081)
Number of households with income $30k - 40k:
Washington:

4.7% (13,315)
State:

4.7% (13,315)
Number of households with income $40k - 50k:
Washington:

4.8% (13,476)
District of Columbia:

4.8% (13,476)
Number of households with income $50k - 60k:
Washington:

4.8% (13,646)
District of Columbia:

4.8% (13,646)
Number of households with income $60k - 75k:
Washington:

8.1% (22,675)
State:

8.1% (22,675)
Number of households with income $75k - 100k:
Washington:

11.1% (31,279)
State:

11.1% (31,279)
Number of households with income $100k - 125k:
Washington:

9.6% (27,131)
State:

9.6% (27,131)
Number of households with income $125k - 150k:
Washington:

6.8% (19,177)
State:

6.8% (19,177)
Number of households with income $150k - 200k:
Washington:

9.4% (26,481)
State:

9.4% (26,481)
Number of households with income > $200k:
Washington:

16.7% (47,034)
District of Columbia:

16.7% (47,034)
Aggregate household income in Washington in 2017: $34,085,302,100
Distribution of median family income in 2017
Median family income in Washington by age in 2017:
Washington:

$106,528
State:

$106,528
Number of families with income < $10k:
Washington:

6.4% (7,641)
State:

6.4% (7,641)
Number of families with income $10k - 20k:
Washington:

7.2% (8,651)
State:

7.2% (8,651)
Number of families with income $20k - 30k:
Washington:

5.7% (6,816)
State:

5.7% (6,816)
Number of families with income $30k - 40k:
Washington:

4.0% (4,779)
District of Columbia:

4.0% (4,779)
Number of families with income $40k - 50k:
Washington:

4.1% (4,927)
District of Columbia:

4.1% (4,927)
Number of families with income $50k - 60k:
Washington:

3.7% (4,400)
District of Columbia:

3.7% (4,400)
Number of families with income $60k - 75k:
Washington:

5.5% (6,622)
District of Columbia:

5.5% (6,622)
Number of families with income $75k - 100k:
Washington:

9.9% (11,855)
State:

9.9% (11,855)
Number of families with income $100k - 125k:
Washington:

8.8% (10,562)
District of Columbia:

8.8% (10,562)
Number of families with income $125k - 150k:
Washington:

7.4% (8,819)
State:

7.4% (8,819)
Number of families with income $150k - 200k:
Washington:

11.4% (13,552)
State:

11.4% (13,552)
Number of families with income > $200k:
Washington:

25.7% (30,733)
District of Columbia:

25.7% (30,733)
Median family income by family size
Median family income by earners
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 Washington in 2017:
Washington:

$68,067
State:

$68,067
Change in median non-family income between 2000 and 2017:
Washington, District of Columbia:

+99.4%
State:

+99.4%
Median per capita income in Washington in 2017:
Washington:

$52,500
District of Columbia:

$52,500
Change in median per capita income between 2000 and 2017:
Washington, District of Columbia:

+83.2%
State:

+83.2%

Income statistics for White residents

Distribution of median household income in Washington, DC in 2017
Income distribution in Washington, DC (%)
Income distribution in District of Columbia (%)
Distribution of median household income by age in 2017
Median household income in Washington, DC in 2017:
Washington:

$132,698
District of Columbia:

$132,698
Change in median household income between 2000 and 2017:
Washington, District of Columbia:

+102.8%
State:

+102.8%
Number of households with income < $10k:
Washington:

3.2% (4,155)
District of Columbia:

3.2% (4,155)
Number of households with income $10k - 20k:
Washington:

2.0% (2,625)
District of Columbia:

2.0% (2,625)
Number of households with income $20k - 30k:
Washington:

2.6% (3,309)
State:

2.6% (3,309)
Number of households with income $30k - 40k:
Washington:

2.7% (3,460)
District of Columbia:

2.7% (3,460)
Number of households with income $40k - 50k:
Washington:

2.3% (3,004)
State:

2.3% (3,004)
Number of households with income $50k - 60k:
Washington:

3.5% (4,494)
State:

3.5% (4,494)
Number of households with income $60k - 75k:
Washington:

7.1% (9,198)
State:

7.1% (9,198)
Number of households with income $75k - 100k:
Washington:

10.9% (13,977)
State:

10.9% (13,977)
Number of households with income $100k - 125k:
Washington:

11.9% (15,304)
State:

11.9% (15,304)
Number of households with income $125k - 150k:
Washington:

9.6% (12,321)
State:

9.6% (12,321)
Number of households with income $150k - 200k:
Washington:

14.3% (18,452)
District of Columbia:

14.3% (18,452)
Number of households with income > $200k:
Washington:

29.8% (38,370)
District of Columbia:

29.8% (38,370)
Aggregate household income in Washington in 2017: $23,268,293,700
Distribution of median family income in 2017
Median family income in Washington by age in 2017:
Washington:

$202,498
State:

$202,498
Number of families with income < $10k:
Washington:

1.0% (465)
State:

1.0% (465)
Number of families with income $10k - 20k:
Washington:

0.5% (254)
District of Columbia:

0.5% (254)
Number of families with income $20k - 30k:
Washington:

0.5% (226)
State:

0.5% (226)
Number of families with income $30k - 40k:
Washington:

1.5% (719)
State:

1.5% (719)
Number of families with income $40k - 50k:
Washington:

1.0% (465)
State:

1.0% (465)
Number of families with income $50k - 60k:
Washington:

0.9% (448)
State:

0.9% (448)
Number of families with income $60k - 75k:
Washington:

3.1% (1,499)
State:

3.1% (1,499)
Number of families with income $75k - 100k:
Washington:

5.7% (2,754)
District of Columbia:

5.7% (2,754)
Number of families with income $100k - 125k:
Washington:

8.6% (4,193)
District of Columbia:

8.6% (4,193)
Number of families with income $125k - 150k:
Washington:

8.4% (4,099)
State:

8.4% (4,099)
Number of families with income $150k - 200k:
Washington:

17.8% (8,655)
State:

17.8% (8,655)
Number of families with income > $200k:
Washington:

51.2% (24,930)
State:

51.2% (24,930)
Median non-family income in Washington in 2017:
Washington:

$103,468
State:

$103,468
Change in median non-family income between 2000 and 2017:
Washington, District of Columbia:

+101.0%
State:

+101.0%
Median per capita income in Washington in 2017:
Washington:

$83,859
State:

$83,859
Change in median per capita income between 2000 and 2017:
Washington, District of Columbia:

+59.6%
District of Columbia:

+59.6%

Income statistics for Black or African American residents

Distribution of median household income in Washington, DC in 2017
Income distribution in Washington, DC (%)
Income distribution in District of Columbia (%)
Distribution of median household income by age in 2017
Median household income in Washington, DC in 2017:
Washington:

$42,161
State:

$42,161
Change in median household income between 2000 and 2017:
Washington, District of Columbia:

+38.3%
District of Columbia:

+38.3%
Number of households with income < $10k:
Washington:

15.8% (19,557)
State:

15.8% (19,557)
Number of households with income $10k - 20k:
Washington:

14.2% (17,588)
State:

14.2% (17,588)
Number of households with income $20k - 30k:
Washington:

11.0% (13,611)
District of Columbia:

11.0% (13,611)
Number of households with income $30k - 40k:
Washington:

7.2% (8,942)
District of Columbia:

7.2% (8,942)
Number of households with income $40k - 50k:
Washington:

7.1% (8,782)
District of Columbia:

7.1% (8,782)
Number of households with income $50k - 60k:
Washington:

6.1% (7,586)
State:

6.1% (7,586)
Number of households with income $60k - 75k:
Washington:

8.4% (10,352)
District of Columbia:

8.4% (10,352)
Number of households with income $75k - 100k:
Washington:

10.2% (12,618)
State:

10.2% (12,618)
Number of households with income $100k - 125k:
Washington:

6.9% (8,503)
District of Columbia:

6.9% (8,503)
Number of households with income $125k - 150k:
Washington:

4.2% (5,257)
State:

4.2% (5,257)
Number of households with income $150k - 200k:
Washington:

4.7% (5,875)
District of Columbia:

4.7% (5,875)
Number of households with income > $200k:
Washington:

4.2% (5,189)
State:

4.2% (5,189)
Aggregate household income in Washington in 2017: $7,838,902,000
Distribution of median family income in 2017
Median family income in Washington by age in 2017:
Washington:

$55,655
State:

$55,655
Number of families with income < $10k:
Washington:

11.3% (6,566)
State:

11.3% (6,566)
Number of families with income $10k - 20k:
Washington:

13.4% (7,782)
State:

13.4% (7,782)
Number of families with income $20k - 30k:
Washington:

9.5% (5,555)
State:

9.5% (5,555)
Number of families with income $30k - 40k:
Washington:

6.0% (3,467)
District of Columbia:

6.0% (3,467)
Number of families with income $40k - 50k:
Washington:

6.2% (3,598)
District of Columbia:

6.2% (3,598)
Number of families with income $50k - 60k:
Washington:

5.6% (3,284)
State:

5.6% (3,284)
Number of families with income $60k - 75k:
Washington:

7.6% (4,416)
State:

7.6% (4,416)
Number of families with income $75k - 100k:
Washington:

12.4% (7,219)
State:

12.4% (7,219)
Number of families with income $100k - 125k:
Washington:

9.3% (5,394)
State:

9.3% (5,394)
Number of families with income $125k - 150k:
Washington:

6.6% (3,854)
State:

6.6% (3,854)
Number of families with income $150k - 200k:
Washington:

6.7% (3,923)
District of Columbia:

6.7% (3,923)
Number of families with income > $200k:
Washington:

5.5% (3,207)
District of Columbia:

5.5% (3,207)
Median non-family income in Washington in 2017:
Washington:

$32,298
State:

$32,298
Change in median non-family income between 2000 and 2017:
Washington, District of Columbia:

+36.1%
District of Columbia:

+36.1%
Median per capita income in Washington in 2017:
Washington:

$27,634
State:

$27,634
Change in median per capita income between 2000 and 2017:
Washington, District of Columbia:

+55.8%
State:

+55.8%

Income statistics for Asian residents

Distribution of median household income in Washington, DC in 2017
Income distribution in Washington, DC (%)
Income distribution in District of Columbia (%)
Distribution of median household income by age in 2017
Median household income in Washington, DC in 2017:
Washington:

$96,394
District of Columbia:

$96,394
Number of households with income < $10k:
Washington:

8.7% (978)
District of Columbia:

8.7% (978)
Number of households with income $10k - 20k:
Washington:

3.6% (400)
District of Columbia:

3.6% (400)
Number of households with income $20k - 30k:
Washington:

1.6% (175)
District of Columbia:

1.6% (175)
Number of households with income $30k - 40k:
Washington:

0.9% (103)
State:

0.9% (103)
Number of households with income $40k - 50k:
Washington:

4.8% (539)
State:

4.8% (539)
Number of households with income $50k - 60k:
Washington:

5.0% (557)
District of Columbia:

5.0% (557)
Number of households with income $60k - 75k:
Washington:

11.1% (1,238)
State:

11.1% (1,238)
Number of households with income $75k - 100k:
Washington:

17.0% (1,904)
State:

17.0% (1,904)
Number of households with income $100k - 125k:
Washington:

13.5% (1,514)
State:

13.5% (1,514)
Number of households with income $125k - 150k:
Washington:

7.5% (841)
State:

7.5% (841)
Number of households with income $150k - 200k:
Washington:

10.7% (1,195)
District of Columbia:

10.7% (1,195)
Number of households with income > $200k:
Washington:

15.6% (1,750)
District of Columbia:

15.6% (1,750)
Aggregate household income in Washington in 2017: $1,390,452,000
Distribution of median family income in 2017
Median family income in Washington by age in 2017:
Washington:

$130,510
State:

$130,510
Number of families with income < $10k:
Washington:

3.9% (164)
District of Columbia:

4.4% (161)
Number of families with income $10k - 20k:
Washington:

3.5% (150)
District of Columbia:

4.5% (167)
Number of families with income $20k - 30k:
Washington:

2.5% (108)
District of Columbia:

3.0% (109)
Number of families with income $30k - 40k:
Washington:

3.6% (151)
State:

4.1% (151)
Number of families with income $40k - 50k:
Washington:

5.4% (228)
District of Columbia:

6.1% (225)
Number of families with income $50k - 60k:
Washington:

3.2% (137)
State:

3.6% (134)
Number of families with income $60k - 75k:
Washington:

6.7% (282)
District of Columbia:

7.4% (272)
Number of families with income $75k - 100k:
Washington:

8.3% (350)
State:

9.0% (330)
Number of families with income $100k - 125k:
Washington:

7.7% (325)
State:

8.0% (295)
Number of families with income $125k - 150k:
Washington:

7.1% (301)
District of Columbia:

7.4% (272)
Number of families with income $150k - 200k:
Washington:

16.2% (686)
State:

15.3% (563)
Number of families with income > $200k:
Washington:

31.9% (1,353)
State:

27.1% (996)
Median non-family income in Washington in 2017:
Washington:

$86,272
State:

$86,272
Median per capita income in Washington in 2017:
Washington:

$67,471
State:

$67,471
Change in median per capita income between 2000 and 2017:
Washington, District of Columbia:

+148.4%
State:

+148.4%

Income statistics for Hispanic or Latino residents

Distribution of median household income in Washington, DC in 2017
Income distribution in Washington, DC (%)
Income distribution in District of Columbia (%)
Distribution of median household income by age in 2017
Median household income in Washington, DC in 2017:
Washington:

$84,728
District of Columbia:

$84,728
Change in median household income between 2000 and 2017:
Washington, District of Columbia:

+134.3%
State:

+134.3%
Number of households with income < $10k:
Washington:

8.1% (1,714)
State:

8.1% (1,714)
Number of households with income $10k - 20k:
Washington:

3.2% (677)
State:

3.2% (677)
Number of households with income $20k - 30k:
Washington:

7.0% (1,495)
District of Columbia:

7.0% (1,495)
Number of households with income $30k - 40k:
Washington:

4.5% (965)
State:

4.5% (965)
Number of households with income $40k - 50k:
Washington:

5.2% (1,107)
State:

5.2% (1,107)
Number of households with income $50k - 60k:
Washington:

4.5% (956)
District of Columbia:

4.5% (956)
Number of households with income $60k - 75k:
Washington:

9.6% (2,048)
State:

9.6% (2,048)
Number of households with income $75k - 100k:
Washington:

16.3% (3,455)
State:

16.3% (3,455)
Number of households with income $100k - 125k:
Washington:

10.9% (2,311)
District of Columbia:

10.9% (2,311)
Number of households with income $125k - 150k:
Washington:

6.3% (1,334)
District of Columbia:

6.3% (1,334)
Number of households with income $150k - 200k:
Washington:

8.8% (1,878)
State:

8.8% (1,878)
Number of households with income > $200k:
Washington:

15.5% (3,284)
State:

15.5% (3,284)
Aggregate household income in Washington in 2017: $2,664,270,400
Distribution of median family income in 2017
Median family income in Washington by age in 2017:
Washington:

$87,612
State:

$87,612
Number of families with income < $10k:
Washington:

1.5% (153)
State:

1.5% (153)
Number of families with income $10k - 20k:
Washington:

3.2% (323)
State:

3.2% (323)
Number of families with income $20k - 30k:
Washington:

9.0% (914)
District of Columbia:

9.0% (914)
Number of families with income $30k - 40k:
Washington:

5.4% (547)
State:

5.4% (547)
Number of families with income $40k - 50k:
Washington:

8.1% (817)
State:

8.1% (817)
Number of families with income $50k - 60k:
Washington:

3.0% (300)
State:

3.0% (300)
Number of families with income $60k - 75k:
Washington:

9.2% (928)
State:

9.2% (928)
Number of families with income $75k - 100k:
Washington:

15.3% (1,552)
District of Columbia:

15.3% (1,552)
Number of families with income $100k - 125k:
Washington:

9.0% (910)
State:

9.0% (910)
Number of families with income $125k - 150k:
Washington:

6.6% (666)
District of Columbia:

6.6% (666)
Number of families with income $150k - 200k:
Washington:

6.4% (648)
State:

6.4% (648)
Number of families with income > $200k:
Washington:

23.4% (2,364)
District of Columbia:

23.4% (2,364)
Median non-family income in Washington in 2017:
Washington:

$78,984
State:

$78,984
Median per capita income in Washington in 2017:
Washington:

$38,596
State:

$38,596
Change in median per capita income between 2000 and 2017:
Washington, District of Columbia:

+122.1%
State:

+122.1%

Income statistics for American Indian and Alaska Native residents

Distribution of median household income in Washington, DC in 2017
Income distribution in Washington, DC (%)
Income distribution in District of Columbia (%)
Distribution of median household income by age in 2017
Median household income in Washington, DC in 2017:
Washington:

$21,534
District of Columbia:

$21,534
Change in median household income between 2000 and 2017:: -40.8%
Washington, District of Columbia -40.8%
State -40.8%
Number of households with income < $10k:
Washington:

14.5% (140)
State:

15.4% (137)
Number of households with income $10k - 20k:
Washington:

4.8% (46)
District of Columbia:

5.5% (49)
Number of households with income $20k - 30k:
Washington:

7.0% (68)
State:

7.6% (68)
Number of households with income $30k - 40k:
Washington:

10.2% (99)
District of Columbia:

10.7% (95)
Number of households with income $40k - 50k:
Washington:

7.7% (74)
State:

8.1% (72)
Number of households with income $50k - 60k:
Washington:

5.3% (51)
State:

5.4% (48)
Number of households with income $60k - 75k:
Washington:

10.1% (98)
State:

9.6% (85)
Number of households with income $75k - 100k:
Washington:

27.1% (262)
State:

26.9% (239)
Number of households with income $100k - 125k:
Washington:

5.5% (53)
State:

4.7% (42)
Number of households with income $125k - 150k:
Washington:

2.4% (23)
State:

2.0% (18)
Number of households with income $150k - 200k:
Washington:

1.4% (14)
District of Columbia:

1.2% (11)
Number of households with income > $200k:
Washington:

3.9% (38)
District of Columbia:

2.8% (25)
Aggregate household income in Washington in 2017: $27,718,400
Distribution of median family income in 2017
Median family income in Washington by age in 2017:
Washington:

$76,575
District of Columbia:

$69,432
Number of families with income < $10k:
Washington:

4.4% (15)
District of Columbia:

4.9% (16)
Number of families with income $10k - 20k:
Washington:

6.0% (21)
District of Columbia:

7.0% (23)
Number of families with income $20k - 30k:
Washington:

10.4% (36)
State:

12.2% (40)
Number of families with income $30k - 40k:
Washington:

14.4% (50)
State:

14.7% (48)
Number of families with income $40k - 50k:
Washington:

7.4% (26)
District of Columbia:

7.6% (25)
Number of families with income $50k - 60k:
Washington:

0.9% (3)
State:

0.9% (3)
Number of families with income $60k - 75k:
Washington:

3.5% (12)
State:

3.4% (11)
Number of families with income $75k - 100k:
Washington:

36.8% (128)
District of Columbia:

36.1% (118)
Number of families with income $100k - 125k:
Washington:

4.7% (16)
State:

4.0% (13)
Number of families with income $125k - 150k:
Washington:

5.8% (20)
District of Columbia:

4.9% (16)
Number of families with income $150k - 200k:
Washington:

1.7% (6)
State:

1.5% (5)
Number of families with income > $200k:
Washington:

4.1% (14)
State:

2.8% (9)
Median non-family income in Washington in 2017:
Washington:

$54,564
State:

$49,531
Change in median non-family income between 2000 and 2017:
Washington, District of Columbia:

+71.6%
State:

+55.8%
Median per capita income in Washington in 2017:
Washington:

$28,208
State:

$28,208
Change in median per capita income between 2000 and 2017:
Washington, District of Columbia:

+16.3%
District of Columbia:

+16.3%

Income statistics for Multirace residents

Distribution of median household income in Washington, DC in 2017
Income distribution in Washington, DC (%)
Income distribution in District of Columbia (%)
Distribution of median household income by age in 2017
Median household income in Washington, DC in 2017:
Washington:

$85,501
State:

$85,501
Number of households with income < $10k:
Washington:

4.9% (350)
State:

4.9% (350)
Number of households with income $10k - 20k:
Washington:

13.9% (998)
District of Columbia:

13.9% (998)
Number of households with income $20k - 30k:
Washington:

6.6% (475)
District of Columbia:

6.6% (475)
Number of households with income $30k - 40k:
Washington:

2.3% (163)
State:

2.3% (163)
Number of households with income $40k - 50k:
Washington:

3.0% (214)
State:

3.0% (214)
Number of households with income $50k - 60k:
Washington:

6.8% (487)
State:

6.8% (487)
Number of households with income $60k - 75k:
Washington:

6.3% (454)
State:

6.3% (454)
Number of households with income $75k - 100k:
Washington:

16.9% (1,215)
State:

16.9% (1,215)
Number of households with income $100k - 125k:
Washington:

10.5% (755)
State:

10.5% (755)
Number of households with income $125k - 150k:
Washington:

5.9% (428)
District of Columbia:

5.9% (428)
Number of households with income $150k - 200k:
Washington:

7.4% (529)
State:

7.4% (529)
Number of households with income > $200k:
Washington:

15.7% (1,127)
State:

15.7% (1,127)
Aggregate household income in Washington in 2017: $802,733,800
Distribution of median family income in 2017
Median family income in Washington by age in 2017:
Washington:

$146,563
State:

$146,563
Number of families with income < $10k:
Washington:

1.6% (43)
State:

2.1% (48)
Number of families with income $10k - 20k:
Washington:

3.3% (89)
State:

4.2% (97)
Number of families with income $20k - 30k:
Washington:

5.5% (150)
District of Columbia:

6.9% (158)
Number of families with income $30k - 40k:
Washington:

4.2% (115)
State:

4.8% (109)
Number of families with income $40k - 50k:
Washington:

5.1% (139)
State:

6.2% (142)
Number of families with income $50k - 60k:
Washington:

5.7% (157)
District of Columbia:

6.9% (158)
Number of families with income $60k - 75k:
Washington:

4.6% (125)
State:

5.1% (117)
Number of families with income $75k - 100k:
Washington:

12.7% (349)
State:

13.3% (304)
Number of families with income $100k - 125k:
Washington:

9.0% (248)
State:

9.0% (206)
Number of families with income $125k - 150k:
Washington:

5.2% (143)
District of Columbia:

5.1% (117)
Number of families with income $150k - 200k:
Washington:

13.6% (374)
State:

12.7% (290)
Number of families with income > $200k:
Washington:

29.7% (815)
District of Columbia:

23.8% (546)
Median non-family income in Washington in 2017:
Washington:

$70,720
District of Columbia:

$70,720
Median per capita income in Washington in 2017:
Washington:

$38,119
State:

$38,119
Change in median per capita income between 2000 and 2017:
Washington, District of Columbia:

+66.3%
District of Columbia:

+66.3%

Income statistics for other residents

Distribution of median household income in Washington, DC in 2017
Income distribution in Washington, DC (%)
Income distribution in District of Columbia (%)
Distribution of median household income by age in 2017
Median household income in Washington, DC in 2017:
Washington:

$60,964
State:

$60,964
Number of households with income < $10k:
Washington:

8.1% (798)
State:

8.1% (798)
Number of households with income $10k - 20k:
Washington:

5.0% (498)
State:

5.0% (498)
Number of households with income $20k - 30k:
Washington:

13.7% (1,354)
District of Columbia:

13.7% (1,354)
Number of households with income $30k - 40k:
Washington:

6.5% (647)
District of Columbia:

6.5% (647)
Number of households with income $40k - 50k:
Washington:

9.5% (937)
District of Columbia:

9.5% (937)
Number of households with income $50k - 60k:
Washington:

4.6% (452)
District of Columbia:

4.6% (452)
Number of households with income $60k - 75k:
Washington:

14.1% (1,393)
State:

14.1% (1,393)
Number of households with income $75k - 100k:
Washington:

15.8% (1,565)
State:

15.8% (1,565)
Number of households with income $100k - 125k:
Washington:

9.7% (954)
State:

9.7% (954)
Number of households with income $125k - 150k:
Washington:

3.3% (330)
State:

3.3% (330)
Number of households with income $150k - 200k:
Washington:

3.6% (356)
State:

3.6% (356)
Number of households with income > $200k:
Washington:

6.1% (598)
State:

6.1% (598)
Aggregate household income in Washington in 2017: $745,614,500
Distribution of median family income in 2017
Median family income in Washington by age in 2017:
Washington:

$51,193
State:

$51,193
Number of families with income < $10k:
Washington:

5.5% (302)
District of Columbia:

5.5% (302)
Number of families with income $10k - 20k:
Washington:

6.6% (361)
District of Columbia:

6.6% (361)
Number of families with income $20k - 30k:
Washington:

15.2% (832)
State:

15.2% (832)
Number of families with income $30k - 40k:
Washington:

8.1% (443)
State:

8.1% (443)
Number of families with income $40k - 50k:
Washington:

14.2% (775)
State:

14.2% (775)
Number of families with income $50k - 60k:
Washington:

1.8% (100)
State:

1.8% (100)
Number of families with income $60k - 75k:
Washington:

9.5% (520)
State:

9.5% (520)
Number of families with income $75k - 100k:
Washington:

17.2% (941)
State:

17.2% (941)
Number of families with income $100k - 125k:
Washington:

6.4% (352)
State:

6.4% (352)
Number of families with income $125k - 150k:
Washington:

2.7% (149)
State:

2.7% (149)
Number of families with income $150k - 200k:
Washington:

3.5% (192)
District of Columbia:

3.5% (192)
Number of families with income > $200k:
Washington:

9.2% (501)
State:

9.2% (501)
Median non-family income in Washington in 2017:
Washington:

$61,548
State:

$61,548
Change in median non-family income between 2000 and 2017:
Washington, District of Columbia:

+129.8%
District of Columbia:

+129.8%
Median per capita income in Washington in 2017:
Washington:

$25,058
State:

$25,058
Change in median per capita income between 2000 and 2017:
Washington, District of Columbia:

+78.5%
District of Columbia:

+78.5%
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