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Economic Yearbook 2005 - Space Coast

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Ken Ibold | 4/1/2005

PER CAPITA INCOME
Source of IncomeCountyPer Capita
Income 2005LaborPropertyTransferBrevard$30,29661.7%24.0%14.3%Flagler$26,94745.1%34.1%20.8%Volusia$26,78351.8%29.1%19.1%FLORIDA$32,66262.5%25.8%11.7%
Sources: Woods & Poole Economics Inc. Washington, D.C. Copyright 2004. Woods & Poole does not guarantee the accuracy of this data. The use of this data and the conclusions drawn from it are solely the responsibility of Florida Trend. Population data include military stationed in Florida, college residents and inmates. Jobs data measure full- and part-time jobs and proprietors and include farmworkers. Property income includes rent, dividend and interest payments. Transfer income includes Social Security, Medicare and unemployment insurance. Unemployment data are from the Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation.

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