County Economic Status, Fiscal Year 2003

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 Three-Year Average Unemployment Rate, 1998-2000Per Capita Market Income, 1999Poverty Rate, 1990Three-Year Avg. Unemp. Rate, Percent of U.S. Avg., 1998-2000Per Capita Market Income, Percent of U.S. Average, 1999Poverty Rate, Percent of U.S. Average, 1990
United States4.2% $24,819 13.1% 100.0% 100.0% 100.0%
Appalachian Region4.6% $19,210 15.4% 108.8% 77.4% 117.1%
STATE TOTALS
Alabama4.5% $19,192 18.3% 106.6% 77.3% 139.8%
Georgia4.0% $24,299 14.7% 93.2% 97.9% 111.7%
Kentucky4.4% $19,303 19.0% 103.6% 77.8% 145.1%
Maryland4.0% $29,238 8.3% 93.8% 117.8% 63.0%
Mississippi5.4% $16,847 25.2% 126.9% 67.9% 192.2%
New York5.1% $28,578 13.0% 120.4% 115.1% 99.3%
North Carolina3.4% $22,861 13.0% 80.4% 92.1% 98.9%
Ohio4.2% $23,370 12.5% 99.1% 94.2% 95.6%
Pennsylvania4.4% $24,026 11.1% 103.7% 96.8% 84.8%
South Carolina4.0% $19,992 15.4% 95.2% 80.6% 117.2%
Tennessee4.1% $21,625 15.7% 95.4% 87.1% 119.7%
Virginia2.6% $26,932 10.2% 62.0% 108.5% 78.1%
West Virginia6.3% $16,171 19.7% 147.3% 65.2% 149.9%
STATE APPALACHIAN TOTALS
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Appalachian Alabama4.2% $20,012 16.1% 98.1% 80.6% 122.9%
Appalachian Georgia3.0% $22,647 10.2% 71.1% 91.2% 77.5%
Appalachian Kentucky6.3% $12,594 29.0% 148.1% 50.7% 221.0%
Appalachian Maryland5.5% $18,323 12.5% 130.5% 73.8% 94.9%
Appalachian Mississippi5.9% $15,412 23.5% 139.8% 62.1% 179.1%
Appalachian New York4.9% $17,933 12.9% 115.0% 72.3% 98.1%
Appalachian North Carolina3.2% $21,499 12.4% 76.5% 86.6% 94.9%
Appalachian Ohio5.9% $16,550 17.4% 139.6% 66.7% 132.7%
Appalachian Pennsylvania5.0% $20,711 12.5% 117.7% 83.4% 95.0%
Appalachian South Carolina2.9% $21,543 11.6% 69.3% 86.8% 88.1%
Appalachian Tennessee4.2% $18,943 16.1% 100.0% 76.3% 122.9%
Appalachian Virginia5.1% $15,576 18.3% 120.7% 62.8% 139.3%
Appalachian West Virginia6.3% $16,171 19.7% 147.3% 65.2% 149.9%