Per capita income is the “mean” or average income received by individuals, that is, total income divided by total number of people. Here, we provide information on real per capita income, which means the data have been adjusted for inflation.
Montana's per capita income, adjusted for inflation...
- was $43,862 in 2016, compared to $50,295 in the U.S.;
- increased 10.0 percent between 2010 and 2016;
- increased 55.2 percent since 1969 when it was $22,649;
- increased 15.0 percent in the 1970s, increased 7.1 percent in the 1980s, increased 36.8 percent in the 1990s, and increased 20.1 percent in the 2000s;
- ranked 35th - from highest to lowest - out of the 50 states in 2016.