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Rhode Island
  Providence County is the poorest county in Rhode Island. Providence is the largest city located within Providence County.

  The upstanding residents of Providence County filed 308,450 federal tax returns in 2017. This amount represents 58.3% of all Rhode Island filings and 0.207% of the entire nation. Providence had an impressive combined total federal tax liability of $2,740,103,000 on earned income of $17,079,393,000. Other notable statistics from Providence County were 22,710 unemployment claims which collected a total of $98,933,000 and 70,960 charitable contributions valued at $208,488,000. 77,780 filings from Providence County paid a combined total of $384,614,000 in property taxes and 68,030 filings paid $469,441,000 on mortgage interest costs.

  In 2010 Providence county had 410 religious congregations with an estimated 341,982 members.

27.8% of the Providence population has a college level Bachelors degree or higher. 16.2% have less than a highschool diploma level education.

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At $55,848 the median income is 88.8% of the Rhode Island average. An estimated 15,552 people claimed to be unemployed last year in Providence, the equivalant of around 4.8% of the county population. This represents a decrease in the level of unemployment from the previous year's value of 5.5%.

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In 2018 the average price reduction was 3.38% in Providence County (averaging across 17 zip codes a sample of which are; 2921, 2905, 2910, 2906 and 2908).

In 2018 18.77% of listings in Providence County (averaging across 20 zip codes a sample of which are; 2857, 2921, 2908 and 2917) dropped their price.

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Map of Providence County, RI