Where you live can make a big impact on your financial situation. Stacker compiled a list of the lowest-earning counties in South Carolina using data from the U.S. Census Bureau.

Here are the top 10 lowest-earning South Carolina counties that are ranked by the U.S. Census’ 2019 5-year estimate median household income.

#10. Colleton County
– Median household income: $36,324
— 31.7% below the state median, 42.2% below the national median
– Households earning over $100k: 10.8%
— #2,927 highest rate among all counties nationwide
– Households earning less than $15k: 15.3%
— #738 highest rate among all counties nationwide

#9. Barnwell County
– Median household income: $35,803
— 32.7% below the state median, 43.0% below the national median
– Households earning over $100k: 12.7%
— #2,684 highest rate among all counties nationwide
– Households earning less than $15k: 25.3%
— #71 highest rate among all counties nationwide

#8. Marlboro County
– Median household income: $33,586
— 36.9% below state median, 46.6% below national median
– Households earning over $100k: 7.5%
— #3,108 highest rate among all counties nationwide
– Households earning less than $15k: 24.9%
— #80 highest rate among all counties nationwide

#7. Hampton County
– Median household income: $33,429
— 37.2% below the state median, 46.8% below national median
– Households earning over $100k: 9.4%
— #3,041 highest rate among all counties nationwide
– Households earning less than $15k: 15.7%
— #686 highest rate among all counties nationwide

#6. Williamsburg County
– Median household income: $32,485
— 38.9% below the state median, 48.3% below national median
– Households earning over $100k: 8.6%
— #3,075 highest rate among all counties nationwide
– Households earning less than $15k: 26.5%
— #54 highest rate among all counties nationwide

#5. Lee County
– Median household income: $32,371
— 39.2% below the state median, 48.5% below national median
– Households earning over $100k: 12.2%
— #2,758 highest rate among all counties nationwide
– Households earning less than $15k: 24.6%
— #93 highest rate among all counties nationwide

#4. Marion County
– Median household income: $32,063
— 39.7% below state median, 49.0% below national median
– Households earning over $100k: 9.1%
— #3,056 highest rate among all counties nationwide
– Households earning less than $15k: 24.9%
— #80 highest rate among all counties nationwide

#3. Bamberg County
– Median household income: $31,422
— 40.9% below state median, 50.0% below national median
– Households earning over $100k: 12.5%
— #2,712 highest rate among all counties nationwide
– Households earning less than $15k: 19.8%
— #273 highest rate among all counties nationwide

#2. Dillon County
– Median household income: $30,812
— 42.1% below state median, 51.0% below national median
– Households earning over $100k: 10.4%
— #2,966 highest rate among all counties nationwide
– Households earning less than $15k: 23.7%
— #114 highest rate among all counties nationwide

#1. Allendale County
– Median household income: $27,185
— 48.9% below state median, 56.7% below national median
– Households earning over $100k: 10.2%
— #2,988 highest rate among all counties nationwide
– Households earning less than $15k: 28.9%
— #25 highest rate among all counties nationwide

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