Statistics & Data

Cullman County, Alabama Statistics

The numbers

19.6% is the Cullman County poverty rate

57.83% of County students receive free and reduced lunch rate (CCBOE)

53.0% of households in poverty are led by single moms

 

2009 Median U.S. Earnings per Year by Educational Attainment

(for workers age 25 and older) percentage of Cullman County population in bold

Less than 9th grade                                                                                         7.8%

No high school diploma                      $23,608 ($454/week)                 10.8%

High School diploma                           $32,552 ($626/week)                  33.2%

Associate Degree                                   $39,572 ($761/week)                  9.6%

Bachelor’s Degree                                 $53,300 ($1025/week)               9.2%

Master’s Degree                                     $65,364 ($1257/week)                5.2%*

Professional Degree                              $79,508 ($1529/week)

Doctoral Degree                                     $79,664 ($1532/week)

*professional/doctoral degree combined

Poverty Income Levels per Household Size (USDA)

Household Size               Per Year               Per Month               Per Week

              1                             $14,157                   $1,180                      $272

              2                             $19,123                   $1,594                      $368

              3                             $25,089                  $2,007                     $463

              4                             $29,055                   $2,421                      $559

 

Click these links for additional information

US Census QuickFacts for Cullman County

Wikipedia

Cullman County website

City of Cullman website

The Alabama Poverty Project Facts

The Alabama Poverty Project 2012 Data Sheet

 

 

Infographic: The Invisible Poor
The Invisible Poor by Payday Loan.co.uk