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In its annual report on income and poverty, the U.S. Census Bureau publishes data on national economic measures such as household income, earnings, wealth, employment, and poverty.
Prior to 2020, the median real income for families in the United States had been increasing for 5 consecutive years.
Blacks and Hispanics have much higher poverty rates than other groups.
Full-time male workers earn more than full-time female workers
There is a high rate of child poverty in the United States compared to other developed countries.
Income varies widely across racial and ethnic groups in the United States.
Over 11 percent of the population lives in poverty, and nearly half of those in poverty live in deep poverty.
Poverty levels among children remain much higher than poverty levels for those 65 and older.
Income levels for Americans vary across geography, race, and gender.