Shared Prosperity

Seattle strives to be a place where racial and gender disparities no longer exist. The City's Race and Social Justice Initiative, the minimum wage ordinance championed by Mayor Murray, the Mayor's Youth Employment Initiative, and our Pathways to Careers program are all taking steps to ensure that all our residents share in Seattle's flourishing economy.

Use the dashboard below to see how race and gender impact income and unemployment in Seattle. Then, see how overall income distribution has changed since 1980.