|Income per capita||$26,091||$29,519||$28,051|
|Median household income||$62,589||$56,853||$53,046|
|Median household income owner occupied||$79,206||$71,980||$67,062|
|Median household income renter occupied||$34,101||$31,476||$32,212|
|Median earnings male||$35,778||$38,636||$35,771|
|Median earnings female||$25,973||$26,030||$25,299|
The income per capita in Aurora is 11.6% less than the Illinois average and 7% less than the National average. The median household income in Aurora is 10.1% greater than the Illinois average and 18% greater than the National average. The median household income in Aurora for owner occupied housing is 132.3% greater than the median household income for renter occupied housing in Aurora.
The poverty level in Aurora is 0.6% less than the Illinois average and 8.7% less than the National average. The median earnings for males in Aurora is 37.8% greater than the median earnings for females in Aurora.
|Long Grove, IL||83||33.3|
|Burr Ridge, IL||83||20.7|
|Clarendon Hills, IL||83||19|
|Western Springs, IL||83||21.9|
|Lake Forest, IL||83||42.3|
|Highland Park, IL||83||39.5|
|La Grange, IL||83||23.4|