Interactive Graph Shows Real Median Income and Number of Households

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March 10, 2015

By analyzing data from the bureaus of Labor Statistics and the U.S. Census, the NAR found that areas with the highest median household income are not the areas with the highest number of households.

According to the NAR, the period of 2005-2013 saw household income increases in one out of four metro areas. Almost all metro areas experienced a decrease of their income in 2009, with 30 out of 50 metro areas having a lower median income in 2009 compared to 2005.

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