Kingman County ranked 22nd in state for resident earnings in 2017


Kingman County ranked 22nd among counties in Kansas by annual earnings per resident, according to data obtained from the U.S. Census Bureau in August.

The median income of Kingman County residents was an inflation-adjusted $29,129 per year. Kingman County had 3,148 households in 2017, with a population of 7,576.

The county with the highest median resident income in the state was Johnson County. Johnson County's median income was $40,199 per year after adjusting for inflation – $11,070 more than Kingman County. It had 224,248 households in 2017 and a population of 578,797.

Crawford County had the lowest annual resident income among counties in Kansas, with a median income of only $20,585 per year. That was $8,544 less than the median income in Kingman County at the time. Crawford County had 14,974 households in 2017 and a population of 39,099.

The table below shows the top 100 counties ranked by median annual resident earnings in 2017.

Top 100 counties by earnings per resident (2017)
Rank
County
Earnings per resident ($$$)
1
Johnson County
40,199
2
Scott County
36,518
3
Miami County
32,351
4
Pottawatomie County
32,347
5
Gray County
32,291
6
Trego County
32,098
7
Jefferson County
32,078
8
Leavenworth County
31,682
9
Edwards County
31,369
10
Sheridan County
31,284
11
Grant County
31,250
12
Clark County
31,235
13
Butler County
30,886
14
Wabaunsee County
30,670
15
Stevens County
30,438
16
Shawnee County
30,244
17
McPherson County
29,864
18
Franklin County
29,490
19
Hodgeman County
29,476
20
Ottawa County
29,419
21
Jackson County
29,219
22
Kingman County
29,129
23
Sedgwick County
28,903
24
Meade County
28,671
25
Logan County
28,653
26
Marshall County
28,085
27
Coffey County
28,056
28
Geary County
27,915
29
Comanche County
27,862
30
Osage County
27,742
31
Pratt County
27,570
32
Lane County
27,533
33
Wallace County
27,500
34
Nemaha County
27,463
35
Sumner County
27,443
36
Linn County
27,424
37
Washington County
27,389
38
Finney County
27,362
39
Saline County
27,304
40
Ford County
27,246
41
Harvey County
27,146
42
Gove County
27,080
43
Greeley County
27,070
44
Ness County
27,018
45
Chase County
26,980
46
Haskell County
26,955
47
Thomas County
26,940
48
Morris County
26,914
49
Wichita County
26,806
50
Dickinson County
26,743
51
Sherman County
26,741
52
Clay County
26,682
53
Harper County
26,674
54
Barber County
26,623
55
Hamilton County
26,396
56
Cheyenne County
26,392
57
Pawnee County
26,340
58
Republic County
26,326
59
Kearny County
26,308
60
Mitchell County
26,256
61
Kiowa County
26,036
62
Stafford County
26,034
63
Phillips County
25,905
64
Barton County
25,809
65
Ellsworth County
25,739
66
Osborne County
25,625
67
Lincoln County
25,618
68
Norton County
25,578
69
Brown County
25,550
70
Rooks County
25,526
71
Seward County
25,523
72
Rawlins County
25,381
73
Rush County
25,240
74
Reno County
25,220
75
Doniphan County
25,159
76
Rice County
25,143
77
Russell County
24,992
78
Decatur County
24,930
79
Neosho County
24,821
80
Stanton County
24,783
81
Ellis County
24,774
82
Smith County
24,759
83
Cloud County
24,759
84
Graham County
24,731
85
Douglas County
24,640
86
Morton County
24,617
87
Allen County
24,547
88
Wyandotte County
24,456
89
Lyon County
24,376
90
Cowley County
24,207
91
Marion County
24,170
92
Greenwood County
23,881
93
Labette County
23,879
94
Montgomery County
23,592
95
Cherokee County
23,556
96
Anderson County
23,133
97
Jewell County
22,755
98
Wilson County
22,713
99
Riley County
22,548
100
Chautauqua County
22,307
* All values are inflation-adjusted

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