Source: County Health Rankings. Date of last available data: 2018 using 2016 data.
This map displays median household incomes by county in Ohio from <$40,000 – $60,000 (and higher). Darker blue counties represent higher wealth, while lighter shaded counties depict lower median household income. This map shows higher wealth in outer ring suburbs of major metropolitan cities and less wealth concentrated within the cities themselves.
Median household income is calculated by the Census Bureau by finding the middle income reported by family earners ages 16 and older.
Median household income is an important measure of the economic health of the region. The measure provides information on the financial well-being and resources available to households. Higher household incomes contribute to better economic outcomes, such as educational attainment, employment, and less reliance on federal assistance programs. Rising median income conveys higher consumer buying power.
Green: Increase in ranking (closer to the highest median income out of the 88 counties in Ohio)
Yellow: No change in ranking
Red: Decrease in ranking
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