Cities Where $100,000 A Year Doesn't Make You A Top Earner

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April 06, 2017

Those with an annual household income of $100,000 a year won’t make the top 20 percent of earners in the metro areas of San Francisco, Seattle, or Washington, D.C., according to an interactive tool from The New York Times that allows users to compare their earnings across 344 metros across the United States. A $100,000 income would put them in the top 22 percent of earners in Salt Lake City, however, and the top 24 percent in Atlanta.

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