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The Richest Cities in America in the year 2019

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Posted By : AmnaAnees
Posted Date : 07 Jul 2019 14:02 hrs

San-FranciscoThe United States of America is one of the topmost wealthiest countries of the world. It is called the land of opportunities and is the home to numerous billionaires in several fields. According to the Global Finance rankings for the year 2019, America stands at 12th position with the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) on the Purchasing Power Parity (PPP) of 64,767 USD. With such startling financial number, all states of America must be harboring superbly. Here is the list of the richest cities of America in the year 2019 according to the data collected by the U.S Census Bureau.

In addition to the standing of these American cities in the financial category, here you will also learn about the percentage of graduate individuals as well. The number of educated individuals is an integral part of any country's economic state. And the land of America is particularly famous for giving opportunities to youngsters who have great ideas in mind that can change the course of development in any industry.

So without any further ado, let's learn which are the richest cities in America in the year 2019!

1.    San Jose-Sunnyvale-Santa Clara County in California

•    Average Household Income (2019):  $117,474
•    Adults having Bachelor's Degree: 50.8%
•    Houses having $200,000 or more income: 25.7%
•    Unemployment Rate (As Recorded in March 2019): 3.0%
San Jose is top of the list with the highest average household income of $117,474. This incredible city contributes outstandingly in the country's economy. Most of the people are associated with the law, information technology, and business fields.

2.    San Francisco-Oakland-Hayward in California

•    Average Household Income (2019): $101,714
•    Adults having Bachelor's Degree: 49.3%
•    Houses having $200,000 or more income: 21.4%
•    Unemployment Rate (As Recorded in March 2019): 3.0%
San Francisco is the 2nd richest city of the United States in 2019. This city is the financial, cultural, and commercial center of the California state. This city has experienced an extravagant boom in the economy in the last two decades, all thanks to the flourishing internet industry. This city is loaded with marketing professionals, designers, sales professionals, and of course computer geeks.

3.    Bridgeport-Stamford-Norwalk in Connecticut

•    Average Household Income (2019): $91,198
•    Adults having Bachelor's Degree: 47.1%
•    Houses having $200,000 or more income: 20.4%
•    Unemployment Rate (As Recorded in March 2019): 4.1%
Bridgeport has gained the third position with the booming economic state of the city. The economy of this city mainly depends on education, healthcare, and finance. The number of graduates is on the rise as well, and to date, the city has 47.1% of people with a bachelor's degree.

4.    Napa in California

•    Average Household Income (2019): $86,562
•    Adults having Bachelor's Degree: 36.2%
•    Houses having $200,000 or more income: 12.4%
•    Unemployment Rate (As Recorded in March 2019): 3.5%
Napa was designated as a city in 1872. More than 60% of the jobs in this city are in the public administration, food services, accommodation (including tourism), healthcare, manufacturing, and retail.

5.    Boston-Cambridge-Newton in Massachusetts- New Hampshire

•    Average Household Income (2019): $85,691
•    Adults having Bachelor's Degree: 44.8%
•    Houses having $200,000 or more income: 47.6%
•    Unemployment Rate (As Recorded in March 2019): 2.7%
Boston is the nationwide leader in three major industries; medicine, higher education, and technology. Most of the professionals here are associated with health care and social assistance, technical and social services, and finance and insurance.

6.    Oxnard-Thousand Oaks-Ventura in California

•    Average Household Income (2019): $82,857
•    Adults having Bachelor's Degree: 33.4%
•    Houses having $200,000 or more income: 12.2%
•    Unemployment Rate (As Recorded in March 2019): 4.0%
Oxnard's economy flourishes through international trade, manufacturing, agriculture, defense, and tourism industries. This area is particularly important as the manufacturing site and holds immense importance in the country's economy.

7.    Seattle-Tacoma-Bellevue in Washington

•    Average Household Income (2019): $82,133
•    Adults having Bachelor's Degree: 41.9%
•    Houses having $200,000 or more income: 12.0%
•    Unemployment Rate (As Recorded in March 2019): 4.1%
Seattle's economy is booming by leaps and bounds as compared to its previous economic state. It's economy mainly depend on the manufacturing of transportation equipment, forest products, food processing industry, aerospace industry, and electronics equipment.

8.    California-Lexington Park in Maryland

•    Average Household Income (2019): $81,495
•    Adults having Bachelor's Degree: 31.8%
•    Houses having $200,000 or more income: 9.6%
•    Unemployment Rate (As Recorded in March 2019): 3.7%
Major professionals in this area are associated with management occupations including marketing managers, public relations and fundraising managers, computer and information systems managers,  administrative services managers,  human resources managers, legislators, and advertising and promotions managers.

9.    Urban Honolulu in Hawaii

•    Average Household Income (2019): $81,284
•    Adults having Bachelor's Degree: 34.7%
•    Houses having $200,000 or more income: 10.6%
•    Unemployment Rate (As Recorded in March 2019): 2.7%
Hawaii is one of the topmost popular states of America concerning tourism. It's hotels, beaches, and resorts attract tourists from all over the world, all around the year. Significant developments are intended in the economic growth of Hawaii in 2019 and 2020.

10.    Boulder in Colorado

•    Average Household Income (2019): $80,834
•    Adults having Bachelor's Degree: 63.2%
•    Houses having $200,000 or more income: 13.2%
•    Unemployment Rate (As Recorded in March 2019): 2.5%
Boulder adds a significant share in the US economy. Agriculture, forestry, construction, manufacturing, technical services, scientific researchers, healthcare and social assistance, and tourism are the major industries of this city.

11.    Santa Rosa in California

•    Average Household Income (2019): $80,409
•    Adults having Bachelor's Degree: 35.8%
•    Houses having $200,000 or more income: 10.3%
•    Unemployment Rate (As Recorded in March 2019): 3.3%
Santa Rosa has a booming economic growth. Retail trade, finance and insurance, accommodation and food services (tourism), healthcare and social assistance, educational services, and manufacturing of goods are the most profiting industries of this city.

12.    Kahului-Wailuku-Lahaina in Hawaii

•    Average Household Income (2019): $80,183
•    Adults having Bachelor's Degree: 27%
•    Houses having $200,000 or more income: 9.2%
•    Unemployment Rate (As Recorded in March 2019): 2.8%
Kahului-Wailuku-Lahaina's economic state largely depends on accommodation and food services, retail trade, construction, public administration, and health care and social assistance.

13.    Santa Cruz-Watsonville in California

•    Average Household Income (2019): $79,705
•    Adults having Bachelor's Degree: 40.2%
•    Houses having $200,000 or more income: 15.6%
•    Unemployment Rate (As Recorded in March 2019): 6.9%
Santa Cruz-Watsonville has a multicultural population. The biggest industries of this city include educational services, retail trade, scientific, professional, and technical services, and management companies.

14.    Trenton in New Jersey

•    Average Household Income (2019): $79,173
•    Adults having Bachelor's Degree: 43.9%
•    Houses having $200,000 or more income: 15.3%
•    Unemployment Rate (As Recorded in March 2019): 3.5%
Majority of people in Trenton are associated with health care and social assistance, educational services, accommodation and food services, administration and waste management services, and retail trade. And these industries provide a boost to the economy.

15.    Manchester-Nashua in New Hampshire

•    Average Household Income (2019): $78,769
•    Adults having Bachelor's Degree: 37.6%
•    Houses having $200,000 or more income: 9.7%
•    Unemployment Rate (As Recorded in March 2019): 2.6%
The economic state of Manchester-Nashua relies on healthcare and social assistance, educational services. Accommodation and food services, and scientific and technical service providers.

16.    Baltimore-Columbia-Towson in Maryland

•    Average Household Income (2019): $77,394
•    Adults having Bachelor's Degree: 39.5%
•    Houses having $200,000 or more income: 10.1%
•    Unemployment Rate (As Recorded in March 2019): 3.9%
Baltimore-Columbia-Towson is a beautiful city, full of arts and culture, and natural attractions. Its unemployment rate has fallen over the past few years. Its primary economy-boosting industries include educational services, healthcare, and social assistance, accommodation and food services, technical and scientific services, and retail trade.

17.    Vallejo-Fairfield in California

•    Average Household Income (2019): $77,133
•    Adults having Bachelor's Degree: 26.6%
•    Houses having $200,000 or more income: 8.8%
•    Unemployment Rate (As Recorded in March 2019): 4.6%
Vallejo-Fairfield is a suburban complex in Northern California. This city has a very strong economy. Retail trade, manufacturing of goods, construction, educational services, and healthcare and social assistance are the vital flourishing economies of this city.

18.    Anchorage in Alaska

•    Average Household Income (2019): $76,871
•    Adults having Bachelor's Degree: 31.6%
•    Houses having $200,000 or more income: 8.1%
•    Unemployment Rate (As Recorded in March 2019): 6.3%

Among all the richest cities in America in the year 2019, the economy of this city has experienced dwindling situations. The economy of Anchorage chiefly relies on petroleum and gas industry, tourism and agriculture. Over the past few years, its unemployment rate has risen, but still, it has managed to pick up the success track.

19.    Minneapolis-St. Paul-Bloomington in Minnesota- Wisconsin

•    Average Household Income (2019): $76,856
•    Adults having Bachelor's Degree: 41.7%
•    Houses having $200,000 or more income: 9.2%
•    Unemployment Rate (As Recorded in March 2019): 3.6%
Minneapolis-St. Paul-Bloomington is enriched with beautiful natural attractions. This city is particularly renowned for its exceptional educational opportunities. Regarding the economic state, a large share of its finances come from retail trade, manufacturing, construction, healthcare and social assistance, educational services, and accommodation and food services.

20.    Fairbanks in Alaska

•    Average Household Income (2019): $76,747
•    Adults having Bachelor's Degree: 29.6%
•    Houses having $200,000 or more income: 6.8%
•    Unemployment Rate (As Recorded in March 2019): 6.4%
Fairbanks is a gorgeously attractive city and is best known for its soothing and calming environment. The people here are very well educated and mannered. Major share of the economy depends upon healthcare and social assistance, educational services, accommodation and food services, retail trade, and manufacturing.

21.    Denver-Aurora-Lakewood in Colorado

•    Average Household Income (2019): $76,643
•    Adults having Bachelor's Degree: 43.9%
•    Houses having $200,000 or more income: 9.5%
•    Unemployment Rate (As Recorded in March 2019): 2.9%

While talking about the richest cities of America in the year 2019, Denver certainly marks its presence with an incredibly flourishing economy. This city is particularly famous for its gigantic mountains, fantastic arts and cultural richness, and superbly soothing natural attractions. Retail trade, educational services, healthcare, and social services, accommodation and food services, and technical, scientific and professional services mainly account for Denver's economic state.

22.    San Diego-Carlsbad in California

•    Average Household Income (2019): $76,207
•    Adults having Bachelor's Degree: 38.8%
•    Houses having $200,000 or more income: 10.9%
•    Unemployment Rate (As Recorded in March 2019): 3.7%
Most of the population of this area is associated with retail trade, manufacturing of goods, healthcare, and social assistance, and educational services. The economy of this place is thriving, but over the past years, the unemployment rate has risen a bit.

23.    New York-Newark-Jersey City in New York-New Jersey- Pennsylvania

•    Average Household Income (2019): $75,368
•    Adults having Bachelor's Degree: 39.6%
•    Houses having $200,000 or more income: 13.2%
•    Unemployment Rate (As Recorded in March 2019): 3.9%
New York is one of the most important business hubs of the United States. Its economy relies on the manufacturing of various goods, trade, and transportation of equipment.

24.    Midland in Texas

•    Average Household Income (2019): $75,266
•    Adults having Bachelor's Degree: 27.6%
•    Houses having $200,000 or more income: 8.5%
•    Unemployment Rate (As Recorded in March 2019): 2.1%
On 24th place, this city relies mainly on retail trade, manufacturing, constriction, and healthcare for its amazing economic state, and less unemployment rate.

25.    Austin-Round Rock in Texas

•    Average Household Income (2019): $73,800
•    Adults having Bachelor's Degree: 44.8%
•    Houses having $200,000 or more income: 9.7%
•    Unemployment Rate (As Recorded in March 2019): 2.7%
Round Rock is a beautiful city. It is loved for its mesmerizing locations. Primary industries of this city include retail trade, manufacturing, healthcare, and social services and educational services.

The information for the richest cities in America in the year 2019 is collected from the USA today news article. 




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