UNDATED (AP) - Personal income has been growing faster in the St. Cloud and Mankato regions than in other metropolitan areas in Minnesota.

From 2010 to 2012, per-capita personal income in the St. Cloud Area grew 11 percent.

Only the Mankato area did better at 13 percent.

Rochester saw a 6.6 percent increase, Duluth a 9 percent increase and the Twin Cities a 9 percent increase in the same period.

The figures come from the latest report by the U.S. Department of Commerce Bureau of Economic Analysis.

Per-capita personal income for the Mankato region was $40,052 in 2012, higher than in St. Cloud and Duluth but below the $45,702 in Rochester and the $50,260 in the Twin Cities.