What It Actually Costs to Live in America’s Most Expensive Cities

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35. Glens Falls, NY
> Monthly cost of living, family of 4: $8,249
> Monthly median family income (all types): $6,010
> Monthly cost of living, single adult: $3,184
> Monthly housing costs, single adult: $622
> Monthly food costs, single adult: $304
> Monthly median individual income: $2,749

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34. Worcester, MA-CT
> Monthly cost of living, family of 4: $8,031
> Monthly median family income (all types): $7,480
> Monthly cost of living, single adult: $3,324
> Monthly housing costs, single adult: $841
> Monthly food costs, single adult: $287
> Monthly median individual income: $3,358

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33. California-Lexington Park, MD
> Monthly cost of living, family of 4: $7,628
> Monthly median family income (all types): $8,127
> Monthly cost of living, single adult: $3,565
> Monthly housing costs, single adult: $938
> Monthly food costs, single adult: $278
> Monthly median individual income: $3,714

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32. Seattle-Tacoma-Bellevue, WA
> Monthly cost of living, family of 4: $7,840
> Monthly median family income (all types): $8,386
> Monthly cost of living, single adult: $3,487
> Monthly housing costs, single adult: $1,031
> Monthly food costs, single adult: $290
> Monthly median individual income: $3,685

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31. Norwich-New London, CT
> Monthly cost of living, family of 4: $7,859
> Monthly median family income (all types): $7,298
> Monthly cost of living, single adult: $3,491
> Monthly housing costs, single adult: $845
> Monthly food costs, single adult: $306
> Monthly median individual income: $3,253