Special Report

America's Richest Cities

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10. Boulder, CO
> Median household income: $88,535
> Median income change 2018 to 2019: +$2,972 (+3.5%)
> Median home value: $592,000 (highest 10% of US metros)
> Adults with a bachelor’s degree: 64.8% (highest 10% of US metros)
> 2019 unemployment: 2.4% (lowest 10% of US metros)

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9. Santa Cruz-Watsonville, CA
> Median household income: $89,269
> Median income change 2018 to 2019: +$748 (+0.8%)
> Median home value: $839,500 (highest 10% of US metros)
> Adults with a bachelor’s degree: 43.8% (highest 10% of US metros)
> 2019 unemployment: 4.7% (highest 25% of US metros)

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8. Oxnard-Thousand Oaks-Ventura, CA
> Median household income: $92,236
> Median income change 2018 to 2019: +$6,126 (+7.1%)
> Median home value: $629,600 (highest 10% of US metros)
> Adults with a bachelor’s degree: 34.8% (highest 25% of US metros)
> 2019 unemployment: 3.6%

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7. Napa, CA
> Median household income: $92,769
> Median income change 2018 to 2019: +$3,978 (+4.5%)
> Median home value: $670,000 (highest 10% of US metros)
> Adults with a bachelor’s degree: 36.2% (highest 25% of US metros)
> 2019 unemployment: 2.8% (lowest 25% of US metros)

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6. Seattle-Tacoma-Bellevue, WA
> Median household income: $94,027
> Median income change 2018 to 2019: +$4,423 (+4.9%)
> Median home value: $503,000 (highest 10% of US metros)
> Adults with a bachelor’s degree: 44.1% (highest 10% of US metros)
> 2019 unemployment: 3.3%