Individuals looking for income growth might want to consider moving to Republican territory. USA Today finds that income in red states has grown faster than it has for those in blue states.
However, individuals considering the move might want to be prepared to make career or lifestyle changes if they plan to cash in.
Blue states are those leaning toward a Democratic vote, while red states are those likely to vote Republican.
According to USA Today, which evaluated revised income data released this week by the Bureau of Economic Analysis, personal income, adjusted for inflation, in 23 red states has risen 4.6 percent since the recession began in December 2007, while income is up just 0.5 percent in 15 blue states and Washington D.C. during that time.
Individuals in a dozen swing states, which could vote either way, have seen their income inch up by 1.4 percent during that 4 ½ year period, USA Today adds.
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