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Economy in Cincinnati, Ohio

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EconomyCincinnati, OHUnited States
Unemployment Rate7.70%8.60%
Recent Job Growth-1.03%0.35%
Future Job Growth30.24%32.10%
Sales Taxes6.50%5.00%
Income Taxes6.21%4.70%
Income per Cap.$23,923$26,154
Household Income$35,136$50,935
Income Less Than 15K21.62%12.37%
Income between 15K and 25K14.46%10.53%
Income between 25K and 35K13.78%10.88%
Income between 35K and 50K15.43%15.37%
Income between 50K and 75K15.89%20.14%
Income between 75K and 100K8.04%12.41%
Income between 100K and 150K6.41%11.27%
Income between 150K and 250K2.96%5.01%
Income between 250K and 500K1.30%1.86%
Income greater than 500K0.12%0.16%
Management, Business, and Financial Operations13.12%14.04%
Professional and Related Occupations23.97%20.61%
Sales and Office26.45%26.75%
Farming, Fishing, and Forestry0.10%0.70%
Construction, Extraction, and Maintenance6.29%9.42%
Production, Transportation, and Material Moving13.14%14.05%

Median Household Income

The unemployment rate in Cincinnati, OH, is 7.70%, with job growth of -1.03%. Future job growth over the next ten years is predicted to be 30.24%.

Cincinnati, OH Taxes

Cincinnati, OH,sales tax rate is 6.50%. Income tax is 6.21%.

Cincinnati, OH Income and Salaries

The income per capita is $23,923, which includes all adults and children. The median household income is $35,136.

Cincinnati Economy SperlingViews

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