The median earnings of Alabama was $29,288 in 2017.

Earnings and Gender

Earnings and Education

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    151- FY19 Proposed Performance Metric, Obj. 1.2 | Last Updated 2018-08-21T18:00:48.000Z

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    Latin America and the Caribbean Fiscal Burden Database | Last Updated 2017-10-23T18:42:27.000Z

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    This database delivers information about several management systems, classified in five “pillars” of the public sector management cycle that are considered important for the implementation of Management for Development Results (MfDR): (i) results-based planning, (ii) results-based budgeting, (iii) public financial management (including auditing and procurement), (iv) program and project management (including the public investment system), and (v) monitoring and evaluation of public management. These pillars are broken down into components that track the maturity of institutional systems. The components are in turn composed of indicators and minimum requirements that these systems must have in an MfDR environment. The most of these requirements are categorized alternatively as: the requirement is met, partially met, or is not met.<br><br><b>Click here to access the data:</b></br></br>

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