Special Report

America's Richest Cities

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30. Trenton-Princeton, NJ
> Median household income: $79,492
> Median income change 2018 to 2019: -$2,421 (-3.0%)
> Median home value: $291,600 (highest 25% of US metros)
> Adults with a bachelor’s degree: 44.5% (highest 10% of US metros)
> 2019 unemployment: 3.2%

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29. Bremerton-Silverdale-Port Orchard, WA
> Median household income: $79,624
> Median income change 2018 to 2019: +$1,217 (+1.6%)
> Median home value: $378,800 (highest 10% of US metros)
> Adults with a bachelor’s degree: 34.8% (highest 25% of US metros)
> 2019 unemployment: 4.6% (highest 25% of US metros)

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28. Raleigh-Cary, NC
> Median household income: $80,096
> Median income change 2018 to 2019: +$3,529 (+4.6%)
> Median home value: $285,600 (highest 25% of US metros)
> Adults with a bachelor’s degree: 48.0% (highest 10% of US metros)
> 2019 unemployment: 3.4%

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27. Salt Lake City, UT
> Median household income: $80,196
> Median income change 2018 to 2019: +$4,980 (+6.6%)
> Median home value: $356,400 (highest 10% of US metros)
> Adults with a bachelor’s degree: 36.5% (highest 25% of US metros)
> 2019 unemployment: 2.5% (lowest 10% of US metros)

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26. Anchorage, AK
> Median household income: $80,676
> Median income change 2018 to 2019: -$1,780 (-2.2%)
> Median home value: $300,100 (highest 25% of US metros)
> Adults with a bachelor’s degree: 33.1%
> 2019 unemployment: 5.5% (highest 10% of US metros)