PCPI

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AcronymDefinition
PCPIPer Capita Personal Income (regional business statistic)
PCPIPhysician Consortium for Performance Improvement
PCPIParent Cooperative Preschools International
PCPIPrivate Company Price Index
PCPIPatient, Carer and Public Involvement (health network; UK)
PCPIPeriod Cost Performance Index
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This figure represents 79.5% of average per capita personal income for the U.S."
Per capita personal income for Montana urban communities is presented in Table 2.
as measured by per capita personal income, although aggregate personal income gains have trailed the nation and key finance and manufacturing sectors are experiencing only modest growth after the retrenchment of recent years.
* Real GDP by State for 2017 Real Per Capita Personal Income and Regional Price Parities for 2016, Arts and Cultural Production Satellite Account for 2015 {June}
Despite paying the highest property taxes in the nation, New Hampshire's tax burden is one of the lightest in the nation, at least compared to per capita personal income, according to the personal finance website, which used data from the Tax Policy Center.
Despite the growth, Idaho's per capita personal income was $40,507, which ranked the state at 44 among the other states and the District of Columbia, or 80 percent of the U.S.
Income Per Capita: Utah's per capita personal income grew 3.5% to reach $40,744 in 2016.
Louis ranks in the top 6 percent of MSAs based on real per capita personal income and in the top 16 percent based on real median household income.
In 2016, per capita personal income ranged from $16,267 in Wheeler County, Georgia, to $199,635 in Teton County, Wyoming.
The highly taxed states also generated slightly higher levels of per capita personal income growth, disposable personal income growth and personal consumption growth, as well as prime age employment, a measure of the job market that, unlike the traditional unemployment rate, includes people who have stopped looking for work.
State per capita personal income can be downloaded from the Bureau of Labor Statistics (www.bls.gov).