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United States Economy: 19 Richest Metro-Areas - Boston at #7

United States Economy, Per Person Income, Average Per Person Income, Average Salaries Nationwide, Average Pay

Of the Top 19, Boston Ranks as #7 in Average Per Person Income

There are 366 Metropolitan Statistical Areas of the United States of America, so if you were to think what are the top 19 richest Nationwide what would you guess? First, we must break down what statistics we are specifically looking at. This study coming from The Atlantic looked at the average per capita personal income in these broad-ranging areas, and some of the findings may surprise you.

Boston came in at rank number 7, even ahead of New York City. Overall this is very praiseworthy and reflects all of the positive strides our economy has made of late on the local level. Please have a look to the other rankings below with their corresponding rough estimate of average per capita personal income based on where it falls in the shared graph. Where did you expect these cities to rank?

  1. Bridgeport, CT - $78,000
  2. Midland, TX - $65,000
  3. San Francisco - $62,000
  4. San Jose - $61,000
  5. Washington, D.C. - $59,000
  6. Naples, FL - $58,500
  7. Boston - $57,000
  8. New York City - $56,000
  9. Barnstable Town, MA - $55,500
  10. Trenton - $54,500
  11. Casper, WY - $54,000
  12. Hartford, CT - $53,000
  13. Boulder - $52,000
  14. Napa, CA - $51,000
  15. Baltimore - $50,500
  16. Vero Beach, FL - $50,250
  17. Seattle - $50,175
  18. New Haven - $49,000
  19. Denver - $48,000

More Information: The Atlantic

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