Average Wages

CountyRanking (1-5)Value
Arkansas138,382
Ashley139,674
Baxter233,984
Benton5N/A
Boone154,422
Bradley331,999
Calhoun151,069
Carroll528,661
Chicot430,711
Clark332,245
Clay430,781
Cleburne332,264
Cleveland430,376
Columbia138,083
Conway235,352
Craighead136,492
Crawford235,391
Crittenden333,925
Cross333,161
Dallas430,802
Desha333,570
Drew332,009
Faulkner139,547
Franklin234,537
Fulton527,933
Garland333,916
Grant235,612
Greene235,364
Hempstead234,043
Hot Spring234,507
Howard431,684
Independence234,642
Izard430,063
Jackson235,475
Jefferson139,560
Johnson431,794
Lafayette332,840
Lawrence430,352
Lee332,967
Lincoln333,068
Little River147,204
Logan431,246
Lonoke332,844
Madison430,428
Marion529,691
Miller137,327
Mississippi142,293
Monroe429,738
Montgomery526,752
Nevada235,037
Newton524,959
Ouachita332,419
Perry529,507
Phillips431,155
Pike528,538
Poinsett233,971
Polk529,266
Pope236,490
Prairie332,878
Pulaski147,353
Randolph528,419
Saline234,166
Scott528,426
Searcy525,610
Sebastian140,534
Sevier431,274
Sharp528,305
St. Francis233,966
Stone527,170
Union145,903
Van Buren431,990
Washington331,995
White136,662
Woodruff431,521
Yell529,296

Description

Average Wages; Per capita personal income. Persons with greater income tend to have better health outcomes. Per capita personal income–personal income divided by population–is a useful metric for making comparisons of the level of personal income across counties. Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) https://bea.gov/newsreleases/regional/lapi/lapi_newsrelease.htm

Source/Citation

University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences Public Health in Arkansas Communities Search. (2017).Average Wages 2015. Retrieved Jun 25, 2017 from PHACS database. Available from United States Bureau of Economic Analysis database.


Ranking Information

* Health Ranking compared to other counties. This is a result of quintile ranking for all 75 counties in Arkansas. The rankings are assigned by placing the counties into five equal groups by the occurrence of the health indicator.

Category 1 - Highest, represents highest occurrence of the indicator/outcome

Category 2 - Higher, represents counties between the highest and mid-range occurrence of the indicator/outcome

Category 3 - Middle, represents counties within the middle range occurrence of the indicator/outcome

Category 4 - Lower, represents counties between mid-range and lowest occurrence of the indicator/outcome

Category 5 - Lowest, represents counties with the lowest occurrence of the indicator/outcome

2017 University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, Fay W. Boozman College of Public Health
Public Health in Arkansas' Communities Search