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Household Incomes Rose 5.2% in 2015; Poverty Rate Drops
Incomes in the U.S. jumped in 2015, delivering the first increase for family households in eight years. The median annual household income—the level at which half are above and half are below—rose 5.2%, after adjusting for inflation, or $2,800, to $56,500, the Census Bureau said.
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