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Some articles on income, incomes, average incomes, average income, average:

Educational Attainment In The United States - Income
... Educational attainment is strongly correlated with income in the United States ... Although the incomes of both men and women are associated with higher educational attainment (higher incomes for higher educational attainment), the income gap between races and ... In 2003 average incomes ranged from $13,459 for a male high-school dropout to $90,761 for a male with an advanced degree ...
Løvstakksiden - Economy
... The average income of the inhabitants of Løvstakksiden was 138,526 NOK in 1999, which was clearly lower than for the city of Bergen as a whole at that time ... Municipality Living Standards Report of 2008 the area Solheim nord had an average income of 194,800 NOK, while Solheim sør had an average income of 220,100 NOK ... These areas had practically the lowest average incomes for the whole city ...
Blue Quill Estates, Edmonton - Income
... The average household Income of residents of Blue Quill Estates exceeds the average income of the city at large ... In 2001 according to the federal census, the average household income of Blue Quill Estates is $97,744 compared to the city's average income of $56,400. 28.2% of the population enjoy an annual average income of over $100,000, while 2.7% of the residents enjoy an annual average income of $10,000 or less ...
Economic Freedom Of The World - Research
... Economic freedom has been shown to correlate strongly with higher average income per person, higher income of the poorest 10%, higher life expectancy, higher literacy, lower infant ... The share of income in percent going to the poorest 10% is the same for both more and less economically free countries ... The people living in the top one-fifth of the most free countries enjoy an average income of $23,450 and a growth rate in the 1990s of 2.56 percent per year in contrast, the bottom one-fifth ...

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