Survey Seyz: Jackson County Stays Losing Money

A recent review of Missouri money puts Kansas City far behind our friends who live in nicer places across the bridge.

In fact, the overriding takeaway of this data seems to be that Jackson County confronts serious economic decline. 

Here's the data . . .

#25. Jackson County
– Median household income: $55,134
— 0.6% below state median, 12.3% below national median
– Households earning over $100k: 23.3%
— #910 highest rate among all counties nationwide
– Households earning less than $15k: 11.4%
— #1,636 highest rate among all counties nationwide

Check the list in its entirety . . .

Notice a much better position for Clay & Platte County that is only partially offset by a population comparison . . .

Read more via news link . . .

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by: Stacker Posted: / Updated: The 2019 median household income in the U.S. was $68,703, up 6.8% from 2018. COVID-19 in 2020 drastically altered income and poverty levels, along with consumer habits and job opportunities. Stacker compiled a list of the highest-earning counties in Missouri using data from the U.S.