Butler ranked 329th in state for resident earnings in 2017


Butler ranked 329th among cities in Oklahoma by annual earnings per resident, according to data obtained from the U.S. Census Bureau in August.

The median income of Butler residents was an inflation-adjusted $22,188 per year. Butler had 120 households in 2017, with a population of 271.

The city with the highest median resident income in the state was Lake Aluma. Lake Aluma's median income was $89,375 per year after adjusting for inflation – $67,187 more than Butler. It had 30 households in 2017 and a population of 63.

Kenton had the lowest annual resident income among cities in Oklahoma, with a median income of only $5,455 per year. That was $16,733 less than the median income in Butler at the time. Kenton had 19 households in 2017 and a population of 38.

The table below shows the top 100 cities ranked by median annual resident earnings in 2017.

Top 100 cities by earnings per resident (2017)
Rank
City
Earnings per resident ($$$)
1
Lake Aluma
89,375
2
Nichols Hills
72,321
3
Tiawah
48,750
4
Cedar Valley
45,714
5
Jenks
44,036
6
Fair Oaks
43,333
7
Gould
41,875
8
Nardin
41,375
9
Dale
40,833
10
Mazie
38,454
11
Platter
38,281
12
Newcastle
37,831
13
Carrier
37,813
14
Limestone
37,500
15
Bixby
37,358
16
Bridge Creek
37,344
17
Rosston
37,031
18
Hillsdale
37,031
19
Box
36,900
20
Nash
35,938
21
Choctaw
35,451
22
Piedmont
35,421
23
Pettit
35,335
24
Woodlawn Park
35,313
25
Edmond
35,296
26
Goldsby
35,281
27
Katie
35,185
28
Mooreland
35,000
29
Sharon
35,000
30
Broken Arrow
34,651
31
Kiefer
34,390
32
Tuttle
34,266
33
Blanchard
34,248
34
Forest Park
34,145
35
Headrick
33,750
36
Valley Park
33,750
37
Gregory
33,611
38
Hooker
33,550
39
Owasso
33,399
40
Kingfisher
33,342
41
Sequoyah
33,333
42
Glenpool
32,841
43
Harrah
32,657
44
Mustang
32,596
45
Dickson
32,450
46
Moore
32,171
47
Verdigris
32,049
48
Westport
32,045
49
Deer Creek
31,964
50
Devol
31,938
51
Tyrone
31,894
52
Colony
31,875
53
Okarche
31,781
54
Chester
31,667
55
Burlington
31,563
56
Canton
31,563
57
North Enid
31,556
58
Collinsville
31,503
59
Medicine Park
31,304
60
Eldon
31,250
61
Central High
31,178
62
Velma
31,176
63
Byng
31,162
64
Cayuga
31,000
65
Cashion
30,917
66
Lamont
30,917
67
Yukon
30,879
68
New Cordell
30,768
69
Boise City
30,551
70
Luther
30,444
71
Bison
30,417
72
Camargo
30,417
73
Hennessey
30,398
74
Jet
30,357
75
Cheyenne
30,313
76
Justice
30,237
77
Apache
30,208
78
Sand Springs
29,985
79
Jones
29,784
80
Kremlin
29,750
81
Morrison
29,688
82
Dover
29,375
83
Leach
29,297
84
Wardville
29,063
85
Elgin
29,059
86
Washington
29,034
87
Arapaho
29,028
88
Dripping Springs
29,000
89
Burneyville
28,854
90
Oologah
28,848
91
Aline
28,750
92
Blue
28,750
93
Tagg Flats
28,750
94
Warwick
28,750
95
Mulhall
28,750
96
Boynton
28,750
97
Texhoma
28,681
98
Dotyville
28,611
99
Burns Flat
28,516
100
Cole
28,500
* All values are inflation-adjusted

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