Personal income in Colorado grew last year at one of the slowest rates in the nation.
The U-S Bureau of Economic Analysis says per-capita income in Colorado rose one-point-seven percent in 2003 to 34-thousand-283 dollars.
That rate was 46th in the country.
Colorado ranked last in income growth in 2002.
Coloradans still enjoy among the highest levels of per-capita income though. It ranked eighth in 2003.
Per-capita personal income is calculated by dividing the state's total population by the amount of personal income earned in the state.