Greenville's per capita income is $25,030.

Greenville County’s per capita income is higher than for South Carolina, but lower than the United States. Over the years, it has increased at the same rate as the state and the United States.

Source: U.S. Census

Average income has risen at the same level as the state and country.

Household income is $63,194, lower than the $70,328 for the United States. While lower than the country, household income has increased at a similar rate to the United States and South Carolina.

Source: U.S. Census

Median household income has increased 58% since 1990.

In 1990, the median household income, which is the middle value of all incomes, was $29,247. Since then, household income has increased 58% to $46,772 expected in 2016.

Source: U.S. Census

Income differs greatly by geography.

Median household income differs greatly by ZIP code and Census Tract. Areas in Downtown and on the West side have substantially lower incomes, than Greenvillians living in the Eastern suburbs.

Source: U.S. Census

Greenville's median income is at the middle of the road compared to peer communities.

Compared to peer communities, Greenville is somewhat in the middle. At $46,115, Greenville is higher than some peers like Hinds, Livingston, and Montgomery counties, but lower than Wake, Henrico, and Mecklenburg counties.

Source: U.S. Census