Per capita personal incomes rose in Central Oregon between 2010 and 2011, according to data by the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis.
The average Deschutes County resident earned $37,084 in 2011, up from $35,874 the year before, according to the data. Crook County residents earned an average of $30,496 in 2011, compared with $28,872 in 2010. In Jefferson County, the average resident earned $27,875 in 2011, versus $26,722 the year before.
The wages for Crook and Jefferson counties are all-time highs, according to the BEA data, which has been tracked annually since 1969.
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