The number of Americans who live in cities has increased by nearly 10 million over the past two decades.
That’s a lot of cities, but they’re spread out across the country.
To make things even more interesting, some of those cities are now home to more than one million people, a number that has tripled in the past 15 years.
Here are the top 10 cities for which the average annual household income is over $100,000.
New York City: $110,500 2.
Los Angeles: $100.000 3.
Chicago: $89,500 4.
San Francisco: $84,500 5.
Atlanta: $80,000 6.
Houston: $79,500 7.
Washington, D.C.: $76,000 8.
San Jose: $72,000 9.
Denver: $70,000 10.
Seattle: $66,000 The numbers don’t get any more interesting than this.
According to the Census Bureau, the median household income for a family of four in the U.S. is $110.
The median household size is a whopping 8.3.
The largest city in the nation is also home to one of the most expensive places to live: New York.
If you want to live on the Upper West Side, you’d better get your foot in the door.
The average cost of a single-family home in New York is $3.2 million, according to Zillow, a real estate site that aggregates home sales data.
That number rises to $3 million for a home with two bedrooms, three bathrooms, a walk-in closet and a basement.
It’s $2.4 million for two-bedrooms, three-baths, two bathrooms and a walk in closet.
That brings the total cost of living in New Yorks housing market to $14,000 a month.
In fact, New York has more than 50% of the country’s median household salary, according the Census.
That means it’s a great place to live for families with kids.
If your income is under $50,000, the average family home would cost $1.7 million.
That makes it the fourth-highest-cost major city in America.
In addition, the U of A’s student loan debt is $17,000 for the average student.
If that’s not enough to scare you away, consider the fact that the median annual household household income in New york is just $8,000 less than the median income in the entire state of Pennsylvania.
If New York had the most affordable housing, you wouldn’t be seeing so many empty houses on the street.
That would be the envy of most other major cities in the country, which has also become the top city for median home prices in the world.
Washington DC: $96,000 3: Los Angeles $89.500 4: Seattle $88.000 5: San Jose $87.500 6: Boston $85.000 7: Washington, DC $84.500 8: Detroit $83.000 9: New Orleans $81.500 10: Charlotte, NC Source National Geographic article How to get around the list The U.K., with its average household income of £44,927, tops the list with the highest average income in any country.
That doesn’t mean the U,D.C. or San Francisco have the cheapest homes, of course.
In a city where most residents work at home, it’s the job they’re most likely to be able to afford.
For example, the typical household in the capital earns £3,936 a year.
That puts them in the top-10 for the most unaffordable housing in the OECD.
On the other hand, there are some good things to take from all of this.
As you might expect, the biggest city in New England has the lowest median household household earnings, according a report by Real Estate Board of Greater New England.
That includes a whopping £3.1 million in the median home price.
But it’s worth noting that the average salary in the city is also slightly below the U.,D.O.S.’ average of £47,000 per year.
If it wasn’t for the U and D.O., New England would have ranked fourth-most unaffordable, behind only Paris, London and Hong Kong.
The U., D.A. and London also rank near the top of the list for home affordability.
Toronto: $101,000 4.
Seattle $86.500 5: Boston £83.500 Source National Magazine article What’s more, while the median house price in the metro area of Toronto is still a record high of $9,800, it is still $4,400 below the median family income in that area, according TOB data.
In comparison, the national median household incomes for Toronto are