Arkansas Cost of Living (AR)

The cost of living in Arkansas (AR) is lower than the nationwide average. The average yearly pay in Arkansas is $36,163.00, which is lower than the U.S. average annual salary by $10,579.00. The consumer price index (CPI) of 206 in Arkansas is 8.04% lower than the U.S. city average CPI of 224.

This is calculated by averaging the information about the major metropolitan areas of the state and not by taking the state cost of living information directly. The factors in the calculation include the average Arkansas annual salary, Arkansas tax rates and the regional Arkansas consumer price index.

Regional Consumer Price Index (CPI): Average Annual Pay:
Arkansas U.S. City Average Arkansas U.S. City Average
206 224 $36,163.00 $46,742.00
View the Cost of Living for cities in Arkansas (AR):
Arkadelphia Cost of LivingBella Vista Cost of Living
Benton Cost of LivingBentonville Cost of Living
Blytheville Cost of LivingBryant Cost of Living
Cabot Cost of LivingCamden Cost of Living
Conway Cost of LivingEl Dorado Cost of Living
Fayetteville Cost of LivingForrest City Cost of Living
Fort Smith Cost of LivingHarrison Cost of Living
Helena-West Helena Cost of LivingHope Cost of Living
Hot Springs Cost of LivingJacksonville Cost of Living
Jonesboro Cost of LivingLittle Rock Cost of Living
Magnolia Cost of LivingMarion Cost of Living
Maumelle Cost of LivingMountain Home Cost of Living
North Little Rock Cost of LivingParagould Cost of Living
Pine Bluff Cost of LivingRogers Cost of Living
Russellville Cost of LivingSearcy Cost of Living
Sherwood Cost of LivingSiloam Springs Cost of Living
Springdale Cost of LivingTexarkana Cost of Living
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