America’s Poorest Cities

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32. Terre Haute, IN
> Median household income: $43,843
> Median income change 2016-2017: -$3,108 (-6.6%)
> Median home value: $88,800 (bottom 10%)
> Adults with a bachelor’s degree: 19.3% (bottom 20%)
> July unemployment: 4.7%

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31. Parkersburg-Vienna, WV
> Median household income: $43,648
> Median income change 2016-2017: -$2,946 (-6.3%)
> Median home value: $129,100 (bottom 20%)
> Adults with a bachelor’s degree: 21.1% (bottom 20%)
> July unemployment: 5.6% (top 10%)

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30. Albany, GA
> Median household income: $43,614
> Median income change 2016-2017: +$2,947 (+7.2%)
> Median home value: $115,900 (bottom 10%)
> Adults with a bachelor’s degree: 21.2% (bottom 20%)
> July unemployment: 4.5%

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29. Jackson, TN
> Median household income: $43,570
> Median income change 2016-2017: +$1,197 (+2.8%)
> Median home value: $121,900 (bottom 20%)
> Adults with a bachelor’s degree: 23.4%
> July unemployment: 3.9%

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28. Homosassa Springs, FL
> Median household income: $43,548
> Median income change 2016-2017: +$4,342 (+11.1%)
> Median home value: $128,900 (bottom 20%)
> Adults with a bachelor’s degree: 16.8% (bottom 10%)
> July unemployment: 5.2% (top 20%)