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Html; calculations by New Strategist AMERICAN INCOMES 25 More Earners Help Stabilize Incomes Households with no earners or only one earner are falling behind. Although the median income of the average household fell 3 percent between 2000 and 2005, income declines were limited to households with no earners or only one earner. In fact, the more earners in the household, the better the household has fared during the past few years. 2 percent between 2000 and 2005, after adjusting for inﬂation. 5 percent decline.
The median household income of Hispanics is higher than that of blacks for one reason only— married couples head a larger share of Hispanic households (53 percent), which boosts their overall median to $35,967. In fact, however, Hispanic married couples have much lower incomes than black couples ($44,099 for Hispanics versus $56,539 for blacks). Hispanic couples have low incomes because they are less likely to be dual-earners than either whites or blacks and because many Hispanics are recent immigrants with little earning power.
In 1990, the median income of the single-earner couples was 71 percent as high as that of the dual-earners. By 2005, it was only 66 percent as high. ■ Women’s incomes are increasingly important for a middle-class lifestyle and keep many families from ﬁnancial ruin during hard times. 14 HOUSEHOLD INCOME TRENDS AMERICAN INCOMES 31 The Northeast Made Gains Despite the Recession Households in the other regions saw their incomes decline. Median household income grew in the Northeast between 2000 and 2005, even as incomes were declining in the other three regions.