Colorado income growth continues to outpace nation

The US Bureau of Economic Analysis recently issued its quarterly state-level personal income estimates. Total personal income increased 0.92 percent in the first quarter of 2012, compared to 0.8 percent for the US overall. Over the past 5 years, Colorado has tended to outperform the nation. (In 2011, Colorado’s per capita income was $44,088, 5.8 percent higher than the US ($41,633)). 


Amongst all states, Colorado’s growth ranked 16th. 



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