The average median household income in North Tulsa in 2018, less than half that of South Tulsa ($59,908)

[Source: City of Tulsa]


Carly Putnam joined OK Policy in 2013. As Policy Director, she supervises policy research and strategy. She previously worked as an OK Policy intern, and she was OK Policy's health care policy analyst through July 2020. She graduated from the University of Tulsa in 2013. As a student, she was a participant in the National Education for Women (N.E.W.) Leadership Institute and interned with Planned Parenthood. Carly is a graduate of the Oklahoma Center for Nonprofits Nonprofit Management Certification; the Oklahoma Developmental Disabilities Council’s Partners in Policymaking; The Mine, a social entrepreneurship fellowship in Tulsa; and Leadership Tulsa Class 62. She currently serves on the boards of Restore Hope Ministries and The Arc of Oklahoma. In her free time, she enjoys reading, cooking, and doing battle with her hundred year-old house.

One thought on “$28,867

  1. First, what is the “average median” household income? Average is one number, and median is an entirely different number; I don’t know how you find an average of the median. I’m not sure I understand the relevance here in any case. Where is the dividing line that shows the median income balance for Tulsa residents? Is it an East-West division, a Northwest-Southeast division, or something else? Did you infer any significant, major conclusions from this North Tulsa / South Tulsa median household income difference?

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