Warren County’s southern neighbor, Forrest County, has the lowest cost of living in Pennsylvania.
This is according to smartasset.com research based on data from MIT and multiple federal agencies.
calculated research “Standard living expenses” Another indicator for one person without dependents “Reflected spending typical of those earning the median county income.” according to the statement.
Then I subtracted the income tax and combined the two numbers.
According to the review, Forrest County was the only county in the state with a cost of living under $30,000.But that’s more than per capita income
Several neighboring counties are also in the top 10. McKean is fifth and Crawford is sixth. Eastern couple Tioga is his eighth.
This methodology puts Warren County in 20th place, with a per capita income of $46,793 and cost of living assessed at $35,206.
The review also includes per capita income (not surprisingly, populated by southeastern and southwestern counties) and purchasing power concentrated in these areas.
However, there is some evidence that the rising cost of living seen from the supply chain and the problem of inflation may abate.
The latest data available from the US Bureau of Labor Statistics showed that the CPI rose 0.1% in November. This is largely due to his 2.2% rise in the energy sector.
The data show that food prices increased by 0.2%. This is his smallest rise since May 2021 and below his July 2022 peak rise of 1.3%.
On the energy front, gasoline prices rose 4.8% in November after four months of decline. Domestic gas services rose 1.2% and electricity rose 0.1%.
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