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Health Indicator Report of New Mexico Population - Median Household Income

Income is strongly related to health status. Low-income persons tend to have poorer health status, in part because they cannot always afford good health care. However, some people have low income levels because chronic mental or physical illness limits their ability to complete educational goals and/or earn a good income.

Notes

Values are current dollars (not inflation-adjusted).

Data Source

U.S. Census Bureau, Data Integration Division, Small Area Estimates Branch, Small Area Income and Poverty Estimates (SAIPE). http://www.census.gov/did/www/saipe/

Definition

Median annual household income is the income level at which half of all households' income is lower, and half of all households' income is higher.

Numerator

Not Applicable

Denominator

Not Applicable
Page Content Updated On 02/13/2018, Published on 02/13/2018
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Content updated: Tue, 13 Feb 2018 13:04:37 MST