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APPENDIX 30 Per Capita Personal Income MSA 2001 2010 2011 2012 2013 01-10 10-13 Atlanta, GA $34,501 $37,493 $39,826 $40,738 $41,307 8.7% 10.2% Austin, TX $32,720 $39,010 $41,641 $44,517 $44,760 19.2% 14.7% Birmingham, AL $30,341 $38,556 $40,262 $42,124 $42,570 27.1% 10.4% Charlotte, NC $31,535 $37,307 $38,758 $41,436 $41,645 18.3% 11.6% Huntsville, AL $28,983 $39,574 $41,054 $41,588 $41,899 36.5% 5.9% Louisville, KY $31,225 $37,561 $39,094 $41,404 $41,477 20.3% 10.4% Memphis, TN $31,399 $36,931 $38,552 $40,630 $40,987 17.6% 11.0% Mobile, AL $22,815 $31,333 $32,622 $32,631 $32,843 37.3% 4.8% Montgomery, AL $27,936 $36,263 $37,189 $37,694 $38,419 29.8% 5.9% Nashville, TN $32,600 $40,571 $42,494 $45,207 $45,759 24.5% 12.8% Oklahoma City, OK $29,126 $38,261 $41,673 $43,843 $44,280 31.4% 15.7% Raleigh, NC $35,088 $40,298 $41,016 $43,667 $43,947 14.8% 9.1% Alabama $25,547 $33,894 $35,010 $35,942 $36,481 32.7% 7.6% United States $31,524 $40,144 $42,332 $44,200 $44,765 27.3% 11.5% Source: U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis, Feb 23, 2015 Construction Investment ($millions) MSA 2008 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 08-10 10-14 Atlanta, GA $10,846,305,000 $5,004,284,000 $5,801,305,000 $5,965,089,000 $9,187,347,000 $11,797,236,000 -53.9% 135.7% Austin, TX $4,853,426,000 $3,902,577,000 $3,765,039,000 $4,285,689,000 $5,277,325,000 $6,419,426,000 -19.6% 64.5% Birmingham, AL $1,780,655,000 $1,318,511,000 $1,383,612,000 $1,205,764,000 $1,478,907,000 $1,927,875,000 -26.0% 46.2% Charlotte, NC $4,450,676,000 $2,423,096,000 $2,967,739,000 $3,434,442,000 $4,265,122,000 $4,592,915,000 -45.6% 89.5% Huntsville, AL $1,076,874,000 $846,119,000 $717,014,000 $880,756,000 $791,478,000 $851,448,000 -21.4% 0.6% Louisville, KY $1,874,599,000 $1,264,012,000 $1,459,487,000 $2,076,371,000 $4,108,135,000 $1,801,330,000 -32.6% 42.5% Memphis, TN $2,140,051,000 $1,447,823,000 $1,553,381,000 $2,129,003,000 $1,953,941,000 $1,953,879,000 -32.3% 35.0% Mobile, AL $4,523,378,000 $1,418,612,000 $582,459,000 $453,863,000 $638,126,000 $468,106,000 -68.6% -67.0% Montgomery, AL $798,991,000 $435,619,000 $481,596,000 $517,256,000 $502,255,000 $400,870,000 -45.5% -8.0% Nashville, TN $3,673,876,000 $3,023,755,000 $2,567,783,000 $3,208,365,000 $3,948,270,000 $4,982,598,000 -17.7% 64.8% Oklahoma City, OK $2,292,804,000 $2,118,911,000 $1,906,569,000 $2,993,023,000 $2,940,151,000 $3,435,493,000 -7.6% 62.1% Raleigh, NC $2,995,341,000 $2,634,416,000 $2,216,403,000 $2,918,141,000 $3,396,199,000 $3,138,723,000 -12.0% 19.1% Alabama $12,226,472,000 $6,811,371,000 $6,047,368,000 $6,463,784,000 $6,489,783,000 $6,467,691,000 -44.3% -5.0% United States $556,688,000,000 $433,697,000,000 $443,772,000,000 $490,305,000,000 $536,442,000,000 $581,508,000,000 -22.1% 34.1% Source: McGraw Hill Construction, Research and Analytics, April 1. 2015 National Institutes of Health (NIH Grant), Awards by Metropolitan Area MSA 2001 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 01-10 10-14 Atlanta, GA $298,406,128 $365,630,977 $375,761,953 $373,496,482 $361,122,784 $389,726,054 22.5% 6.6% Austin, TX $56,951,498 $63,479,249 $69,456,113 $65,965,086 $63,963,635 $68,664,613 11.5% 8.2% Birmingham, AL $272,129,366 $240,284,496 $235,302,579 $220,503,179 $197,984,306 $246,184,876 -11.7% 2.5% Charlotte, NC $5,427,093 $3,401,433 $2,149,376 $7,024,506 $9,146,509 $8,352,760 -37.3% 145.6% Huntsville, AL $2,011,229 $7,162,044 $7,571,406 $10,106,324 $11,090,543 $6,198,490 256.1% -13.5% Louisville, KY $78,540,883 $51,580,408 $60,512,633 $64,950,512 $56,829,509 $55,663,567 -34.3% 7.9% Memphis, TN $114,458,944 $103,704,741 $106,880,123 $105,868,635 $104,038,234 $117,796,468 -9.4% 13.6% Mobile, AL $11,702,513 $10,642,586 $10,216,441 $12,462,512 $8,981,444 $9,142,301 -9.1% -14.1% Montgomery, AL $1,414,518 $338,288 $220,435 $281,548 $361,468 $576,901 -76.1% 70.5% Nashville, TN $300,620,003 $356,382,478 $355,776,085 $358,832,770 $337,692,528 $330,819,643 18.5% -7.2% Oklahoma City, OK $76,326,262 $74,750,707 $76,183,262 $79,537,467 $80,559,446 $80,359,693 -2.1% 7.5% Raleigh - Durham, NC* $901,308,390 $913,476,965 $929,429,806 $909,093,700 $901,447,010 $963,566,701 1.4% 5.5% (Durham, NC) $847,398,794 $891,984,016 $886,219,884 $880,308,332 $878,455,746 $943,540,446 5.3% 5.8% Alabama $296,963,877 $271,922,743 $268,486,551 $253,111,519 $228,361,926 $273,600,407 -8.4% 0.6% United States $15,562,790,181 $24,095,133,093 $23,699,348,435 $23,533,481,196 $22,238,475,219 $22,970,771,271 54.8% -4.7% Source: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Feb 27, 2015 * Durham is a separate metropolitan area from Raleigh; however, due to the unique location attributes of the Research Triangle, Durham and Raleigh’s NIH Awards were combined


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