2000 Census Tract Income Characteristics

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Census TractHH Median Income(1)As % City HH Median(2)Average Household Income(1)Family Median Income(1,3)As % City Family Median(2)Average Family Income(1)Per Capita IncomeAs % City Per Capita Income(2,4)
3521485291.0171286751121.26103889377551.21
3522237500.538958421590.7151539215600.69
3523498501.0455369609051.0269435258820.83
3524259380.5448879246970.4245685165180.53
3525417160.8752592423330.7157595208310.67
3526428630.8950113433330.7347203206260.66
3527326850.6837438362500.6140334162660.52
3528441910.9267704422870.7164647276510.89
3529566071.1875977818011.3898236400941.29
3530534211.1163995570390.9669881317131.02
3531364770.7657358376610.6364154156020.5
3532497221.0462681614421.0375646288630.93
3533507261.0670150620091.0488329341121.09
3534415810.8752490457640.7751087225000.72
3535445830.9360830521880.8861884305860.98
3536512701.0777358722921.22114240310241
3537421780.8859218833731.4103324231770.74
3538469400.9866182659451.1189002393071.26
3539322220.6748867353130.5965073156470.5
3540605331.2673159932251.57110880352161.13
3541708481.481201621219542.05189881725952.33
35421008982.11784521408292.37233950793842.55
3543513571.0773676692861.1788221329791.06
3544768081.693278837881.41100362445681.43
3545674151.41114447921241.55163400622412
3546486081.0165341501110.8470283306680.98
3547687501.43960861049211.77130255457281.47
3548603931.2674179768131.2999364358691.15
3549333970.752312379730.6456150212320.68
3550430210.954267604171.0271131271690.87
Citywide4797917088759423190791311561

Footnotes:

  1. The median divides the income distribution into two equal parts: one-half of the cases falling below the median income and one-half above the median. For households and families, the median income is based on the distribution of the total number of households and families including those with no income.  Mean income is the amount obtained by dividing the aggregate income of a particular statistical universe by the number of units in that universe. Thus, mean household income is obtained by dividing total household income by the total number of households.  Income figures are based on figures reported for the last full calendar year prior to the 2000 U. S. Census.
  2. Multiply by 100 for percentage.
  3. A family household includes a householder and one or more other people living in the same household who are related to the householder by birth, marriage or adoption.
  4. Per capita income represents the average income of all residents, regardless of household or group quarters status.

Source: U. S. Census, Massachusetts SF 3 Data File, 2000.

For More Information

For more information about socioeconomic and demographic statistics about Cambridge, please contact Cliff Cook, ccook@cambridgema.gov, Planning Information Manager, at 617/349-4656.