PCPI

(redirected from Per Capita Personal Income)
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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In 2016, per capita personal income ranged from $16,267 in Wheeler County, Georgia, to $199,635 in Teton County, Wyoming.
Arkansas' per capita personal income average stood at $39,345, ranking the state 45th in the country.
Real per capita personal income is available for both states and metropolitan areas.
Personal income in New Hampshire rose by nearly 5 percent in 2011 to the eighth-highest per capita personal income in the country, according to the U.
Essentially, they're reacting to the fact that Oregon's per capita personal income is too low when compared with the national per capita income - about 90 percent as of 2009.
In a sample of all metropolitan and micropolitan areas across the country, the correlation coefficient between population and per capita personal income is 0.
The REIS provided per capita personal income data on each of the selected region.
per capita personal income has grown more than 400 percent--an average of 2.
Over the last 15 years, West Virginia's per capita personal income growth has risen more (in percentage terms) than any other Fourth District state but its per capita personal income level remains below its District counterparts and the U.
Five of the 10 states with the fastest growing per capita personal income, led by North Dakota and South Dakota, were in the Plains region.
per capita personal income could rise fivefold, from $31,384 today to $155,632 in 2077.
and South Dakota, real per capita personal income has more than tripled.