Wisconsin Income Measurement Stuck At Middle

  A little better and a little worse.  That would sum up Wisconsin's position in per capita income compared to the rest of the nation.   A new report says, on one hand, the state's per capita personal income is 3.8% behind the national average, the third consecutive year the state's income has risen in relation to the rest of the US.  On the other hand, Wisconsin has dropped to 25th in the nation in the same measurement, at just over forty thousand dollars for last year.   The national per capita personal income is closer to 42 thousand dollars.  Meanwhile, Minnesota has the 11th highest per capita income in the nation at almost 45 thousand dollars.  

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