With an estimated population of 523,542 in 2019, Greenville County is South Carolina’s largest county. The County’s population has increased by 72,317 between 2010 and 2019, or 1.7 percent per year.
Greenville is one of the ten counties that comprise the Upstate Region of South Carolina. The Upstate’s population has been steadily increasing as well, growing from 1,362,073 in 2010 to 1,499,762 in 2019, a 1.1 percent annual increase since 2010.
Greenville County residents are among the state’s wealthiest. Greenville County traditionally ranks as number two in South Carolina for per capita income, outranked only by Beaufort County, which includes the Hilton Head resort community. According to the ESRI Business Analyst, Greenville County per capita personal income for 2019 was $31,682.
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