El Paso and Texas Border Cities Close the Gap in Per Capita Income
El Paso’s per capita income rose to $28,698 in 2010, or 71.9% of the U.S. level, marking another year of progress in bringing local per capita income closer to the U.S. average. The following report examines how El Paso has begun to close the large gap in per capita income levels between itself and the U.S. In particular, it explores which local industry sectors drove the recent convergence.
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