America’s recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic has been complicated by inflation and climbing interest rates. Emergency federal aid helped ordinary citizens, businesses, and government agencies alike make it through the economic slowdown.

But as that dries up, a darker picture is emerging. The poverty rate climbed in 2021, while income inequality grew from 2020 to 2021. And workers actually earned less, and watched the buying power of what they did earn drop.

Stacker looked at the economies of the states and Washington D.C, with statistics from the Census Bureau’s most recent 1-Year American Community Survey, released in September 2022, to rank them according to 2021 median household income. The review also includes statistics on median earnings, unemployment rate, health insurance coverage, and poverty level.

Note: The data point on median earnings is broken down to highlight the discrepancies between women and men. However, the Census collects data with a binary understanding of sex and gender, not considering other gender identities and potentially conflating sex and gender.

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#51. Mississippi

– Median household income: $48,716 (30.1% less than U.S. median income)
– Households earning less than $10,000: 105,133 (9.30%)
– Households earning over $200,000: 40,061 (3.50%)
– Median earnings for workers: $32,242 (men: $47,546; women: $37,056)
– Unemployment rate: 6.40%
– Families with income below poverty level: 14.40%
– Households with health insurance: 88.10%

Charleston skyline at twilight.
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#50. West Virginia

– Median household income: $51,248 (26.5% less than U.S. median income)
– Households earning less than $10,000: 60,933 (8.40%)
– Households earning over $200,000: 31,442 (4.40%)
– Median earnings for workers: $33,739 (men: $51,981; women: $39,897)
– Unemployment rate: 6.20%
– Families with income below poverty level: 12.30%
– Households with health insurance: 93.90%

Spanish moss in the Louisiana Bayou.
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#49. Louisiana

– Median household income: $52,087 (25.3% less than U.S. median income)
– Households earning less than $10,000: 164,981 (9.20%)
– Households earning over $200,000: 101,388 (5.70%)
– Median earnings for workers: $34,896 (men: $55,078; women: $40,136)
– Unemployment rate: 7.60%
– Families with income below poverty level: 15.20%
– Households with health insurance: 92.40%

Skyline afternoon in downtown Little Rock.
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#48. Arkansas

– Median household income: $52,528 (24.7% less than U.S. median income)
– Households earning less than $10,000: 89,818 (7.60%)
– Households earning over $200,000: 55,972 (4.70%)
– Median earnings for workers: $33,869 (men: $47,329; women: $39,526)
– Unemployment rate: 5.50%
– Families with income below poverty level: 11.60%
– Households with health insurance: 90.80%

Aerial view of downtown Montgomery.
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#47. Alabama

– Median household income: $53,913 (22.7% less than U.S. median income)
– Households earning less than $10,000: 152,450 (7.70%)
– Households earning over $200,000: 101,831 (5.20%)
– Median earnings for workers: $34,925 (men: $52,177; women: $39,338)
– Unemployment rate: 5.30%
– Families with income below poverty level: 11.70%
– Households with health insurance: 90.10%

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Balloons over the Rio Grande.
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#46. New Mexico

– Median household income: $53,992 (22.6% less than U.S. median income)
– Households earning less than $10,000: 75,083 (9.00%)
– Households earning over $200,000: 48,458 (5.80%)
– Median earnings for workers: $34,133 (men: $51,149; women: $43,227)
– Unemployment rate: 7.80%
– Families with income below poverty level: 14.30%
– Households with health insurance: 90.00%

Kentucky country evening.
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#45. Kentucky

– Median household income: $55,573 (20.3% less than U.S. median income)
– Households earning less than $10,000: 144,592 (8.10%)
– Households earning over $200,000: 92,250 (5.20%)
– Median earnings for workers: $34,928 (men: $51,842; women: $40,991)
– Unemployment rate: 5.40%
– Families with income below poverty level: 12.20%
– Households with health insurance: 94.30%

Skyline of Oklahoma City with OKC sign and ferris wheel.
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#44. Oklahoma

– Median household income: $55,826 (19.9% less than U.S. median income)
– Households earning less than $10,000: 105,917 (6.80%)
– Households earning over $200,000: 77,228 (5.00%)
– Median earnings for workers: $34,460 (men: $51,289; women: $39,781)
– Unemployment rate: 5.90%
– Families with income below poverty level: 11.50%
– Households with health insurance: 86.20%

Charleston in the French Quarter.
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#43. South Carolina

– Median household income: $59,318 (14.9% less than U.S. median income)
– Households earning less than $10,000: 144,668 (7.10%)
– Households earning over $200,000: 122,320 (6.00%)
– Median earnings for workers: $35,987 (men: $52,296; women: $40,739)
– Unemployment rate: 5.60%
– Families with income below poverty level: 10.80%
– Households with health insurance: 90.00%

Downtown Knoxville aerial view of skyline.
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#42. Tennessee

– Median household income: $59,695 (14.4% less than U.S. median income)
– Households earning less than $10,000: 181,576 (6.60%)
– Households earning over $200,000: 175,898 (6.30%)
– Median earnings for workers: $36,663 (men: $51,538; women: $41,863)
– Unemployment rate: 5.30%
– Families with income below poverty level: 9.70%
– Households with health insurance: 90.00%

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Downtown St. Louis skyline from above.
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#41. Missouri

– Median household income: $61,847 (11.3% less than U.S. median income)
– Households earning less than $10,000: 146,475 (5.90%)
– Households earning over $200,000: 157,589 (6.40%)
– Median earnings for workers: $37,083 (men: $54,140; women: $43,065)
– Unemployment rate: 4.60%
– Families with income below poverty level: 8.40%
– Households with health insurance: 90.60%

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#40. North Carolina

– Median household income: $61,972 (11.1% less than U.S. median income)
– Households earning less than $10,000: 265,655 (6.40%)
– Households earning over $200,000: 308,936 (7.40%)
– Median earnings for workers: $37,218 (men: $52,421; women: $44,297)
– Unemployment rate: 5.80%
– Families with income below poverty level: 9.40%
– Households with health insurance: 89.60%

Columbus skyline on the Scioto River.
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#39. Ohio

– Median household income: $62,262 (10.7% less than U.S. median income)
– Households earning less than $10,000: 317,928 (6.60%)
– Households earning over $200,000: 312,314 (6.50%)
– Median earnings for workers: $38,214 (men: $57,177; women: $46,068)
– Unemployment rate: 5.40%
– Families with income below poverty level: 9.40%
– Households with health insurance: 93.50%

Indiana State Capitol Building in Indianapolis.
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#38. Indiana

– Median household income: $62,743 (10.0% less than U.S. median income)
– Households earning less than $10,000: 151,979 (5.70%)
– Households earning over $200,000: 152,761 (5.70%)
– Median earnings for workers: $37,998 (men: $55,191; women: $43,215)
– Unemployment rate: 4.70%
– Families with income below poverty level: 8.30%
– Households with health insurance: 92.50%

The scenic road to downtown Saint Petersburg.
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#37. Florida

– Median household income: $63,062 (9.5% less than U.S. median income)
– Households earning less than $10,000: 542,819 (6.30%)
– Households earning over $200,000: 663,997 (7.80%)
– Median earnings for workers: $35,997 (men: $51,151; women: $42,228)
– Unemployment rate: 5.60%
– Families with income below poverty level: 9.40%
– Households with health insurance: 87.90%

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Aerial view of downtown Bozeman in summer.
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#36. Montana

– Median household income: $63,249 (9.3% less than U.S. median income)
– Households earning less than $10,000: 23,195 (5.20%)
– Households earning over $200,000: 30,784 (6.90%)
– Median earnings for workers: $35,272 (men: $55,496; women: $41,725)
– Unemployment rate: 4.00%
– Families with income below poverty level: 7.20%
– Households with health insurance: 91.80%

Michigan Theater in Ann Arbor.
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#35. Michigan

– Median household income: $63,498 (8.9% less than U.S. median income)
– Households earning less than $10,000: 256,830 (6.30%)
– Households earning over $200,000: 273,320 (6.70%)
– Median earnings for workers: $37,258 (men: $60,293; women: $46,914)
– Unemployment rate: 6.90%
– Families with income below poverty level: 9.00%
– Households with health insurance: 95.00%

Aerial view of Lawrence and Kansas State University.
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#34. Kansas

– Median household income: $64,124 (8.0% less than U.S. median income)
– Households earning less than $10,000: 65,819 (5.70%)
– Households earning over $200,000: 74,933 (6.50%)
– Median earnings for workers: $38,071 (men: $54,902; women: $44,368)
– Unemployment rate: 4.40%
– Families with income below poverty level: 8.00%
– Households with health insurance: 90.80%

Portland Head Light, a lighthouse.
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#33. Maine

– Median household income: $64,767 (7.1% less than U.S. median income)
– Households earning less than $10,000: 32,174 (5.40%)
– Households earning over $200,000: 39,832 (6.70%)
– Median earnings for workers: $39,725 (men: $57,009; women: $47,018)
– Unemployment rate: 4.90%
– Families with income below poverty level: 7.20%
– Households with health insurance: 94.30%

Road from Yellowstone National Park to Grand Teton National Park.
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#32. Wyoming

– Median household income: $65,204 (6.5% less than U.S. median income)
– Households earning less than $10,000: 14,659 (6.00%)
– Households earning over $200,000: 14,179 (5.80%)
– Median earnings for workers: $35,613 (men: $59,853; women: $40,976)
– Unemployment rate: 3.70%
– Families with income below poverty level: 7.80%
– Households with health insurance: 87.80%

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Des Moines skyline.
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#31. Iowa

– Median household income: $65,600 (5.9% less than U.S. median income)
– Households earning less than $10,000: 64,244 (4.90%)
– Households earning over $200,000: 81,020 (6.20%)
– Median earnings for workers: $39,068 (men: $56,427; women: $44,801)
– Unemployment rate: 3.60%
– Families with income below poverty level: 6.90%
– Households with health insurance: 95.20%

Mount Rushmore with a blue sky in the background.
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#30. South Dakota

– Median household income: $66,143 (5.1% less than U.S. median income)
– Households earning less than $10,000: 17,158 (4.80%)
– Households earning over $200,000: 20,292 (5.70%)
– Median earnings for workers: $37,149 (men: $52,405; women: $41,792)
– Unemployment rate: 2.80%
– Families with income below poverty level: 7.90%
– Households with health insurance: 90.50%

Las Vegas skyline over the strip at dusk.
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#29. Nevada

– Median household income: $66,274 (4.9% less than U.S. median income)
– Households earning less than $10,000: 85,960 (7.20%)
– Households earning over $200,000: 89,881 (7.50%)
– Median earnings for workers: $37,052 (men: $52,398; women: $44,906)
– Unemployment rate: 9.70%
– Families with income below poverty level: 10.60%
– Households with health insurance: 88.40%

Aerial view of a Boise street leading to the capitol building in fall.
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#28. Idaho

– Median household income: $66,474 (4.7% less than U.S. median income)
– Households earning less than $10,000: 30,955 (4.50%)
– Households earning over $200,000: 45,347 (6.50%)
– Median earnings for workers: $34,941 (men: $51,941; women: $40,803)
– Unemployment rate: 3.30%
– Families with income below poverty level: 7.70%
– Households with health insurance: 91.20%

Aerial View of Grand Forks in autumn.
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#27. North Dakota

– Median household income: $66,519 (4.6% less than U.S. median income)
– Households earning less than $10,000: 18,213 (5.60%)
– Households earning over $200,000: 19,407 (6.00%)
– Median earnings for workers: $39,438 (men: $57,121; women: $45,182)
– Unemployment rate: 2.90%
– Families with income below poverty level: 6.30%
– Households with health insurance: 92.10%

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Downtown Atlanta skyline.
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#26. Georgia

– Median household income: $66,559 (4.5% less than U.S. median income)
– Households earning less than $10,000: 251,693 (6.30%)
– Households earning over $200,000: 337,914 (8.40%)
– Median earnings for workers: $37,512 (men: $54,422; women: $45,405)
– Unemployment rate: 5.50%
– Families with income below poverty level: 10.60%
– Households with health insurance: 87.40%

Aerial view of Lincoln in autumn.
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#25. Nebraska

– Median household income: $66,817 (4.2% less than U.S. median income)
– Households earning less than $10,000: 40,806 (5.20%)
– Households earning over $200,000: 53,061 (6.80%)
– Median earnings for workers: $38,898 (men: $56,121; women: $44,037)
– Unemployment rate: 2.70%
– Families with income below poverty level: 6.70%
– Households with health insurance: 92.90%

An abandoned old barn with the symbol of Texas painted on the roof.
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#24. Texas

– Median household income: $66,963 (4.0% less than U.S. median income)
– Households earning less than $10,000: 657,665 (6.10%)
– Households earning over $200,000: 955,952 (8.90%)
– Median earnings for workers: $38,059 (men: $56,100; women: $45,393)
– Unemployment rate: 6.20%
– Families with income below poverty level: 11.00%
– Households with health insurance: 82.00%

Downtown skyline with buildings along the Milwaukee river.
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#23. Wisconsin

– Median household income: $67,125 (3.7% less than U.S. median income)
– Households earning less than $10,000: 117,547 (4.80%)
– Households earning over $200,000: 160,477 (6.60%)
– Median earnings for workers: $40,678 (men: $57,925; women: $46,762)
– Unemployment rate: 3.50%
– Families with income below poverty level: 6.80%
– Households with health insurance: 94.60%

Downtown Pittsburgh skyline.
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#22. Pennsylvania

– Median household income: $68,957 (1.1% less than U.S. median income)
– Households earning less than $10,000: 308,449 (5.90%)
– Households earning over $200,000: 454,003 (8.70%)
– Median earnings for workers: $40,983 (men: $62,096; women: $50,272)
– Unemployment rate: 6.40%
– Families with income below poverty level: 8.30%
– Households with health insurance: 94.50%

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Downtown Tucson skyline including Sentinel Peak at dusk.
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#21. Arizona

– Median household income: $69,056 (0.9% less than U.S. median income)
– Households earning less than $10,000: 158,400 (5.60%)
– Households earning over $200,000: 228,651 (8.10%)
– Median earnings for workers: $39,023 (men: $55,458; women: $46,309)
– Unemployment rate: 5.80%
– Families with income below poverty level: 9.10%
– Households with health insurance: 89.30%

Aerial view of Wilmington.
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#20. Delaware

– Median household income: $71,091 (2.0% more than U.S. median income)
– Households earning less than $10,000: 20,504 (5.20%)
– Households earning over $200,000: 33,025 (8.30%)
– Median earnings for workers: $41,374 (men: $60,608; women: $51,827)
– Unemployment rate: 5.60%
– Families with income below poverty level: 8.60%
– Households with health insurance: 94.30%

Aerial view of Portland at sunset from Pittock Mansion.
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#19. Oregon

– Median household income: $71,562 (2.6% more than U.S. median income)
– Households earning less than $10,000: 90,749 (5.30%)
– Households earning over $200,000: 153,152 (9.00%)
– Median earnings for workers: $40,063 (men: $60,831; women: $51,057)
– Unemployment rate: 6.40%
– Families with income below poverty level: 7.60%
– Households with health insurance: 93.90%

Downtown Chicago skyline from Lincoln Park at twilight.
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#18. Illinois

– Median household income: $72,205 (3.6% more than U.S. median income)
– Households earning less than $10,000: 321,928 (6.40%)
– Households earning over $200,000: 504,727 (10.10%)
– Median earnings for workers: $41,504 (men: $63,819; women: $51,131)
– Unemployment rate: 7.40%
– Families with income below poverty level: 8.60%
– Households with health insurance: 93.00%

Montpelier skyline in autumn.
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#17. Vermont

– Median household income: $72,431 (3.9% more than U.S. median income)
– Households earning less than $10,000: 10,992 (4.10%)
– Households earning over $200,000: 23,553 (8.70%)
– Median earnings for workers: $40,249 (men: $55,803; women: $51,931)
– Unemployment rate: 4.20%
– Families with income below poverty level: 6.30%
– Households with health insurance: 96.30%

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Providence cityscape at Waterplace Park.
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#16. Rhode Island

– Median household income: $74,008 (6.2% more than U.S. median income)
– Households earning less than $10,000: 25,735 (5.80%)
– Households earning over $200,000: 45,324 (10.30%)
– Median earnings for workers: $41,891 (men: $63,219; women: $54,188)
– Unemployment rate: 7.70%
– Families with income below poverty level: 7.00%
– Households with health insurance: 95.70%

View of Brooklyn Bridge and Manhattan skyline.
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#15. New York

– Median household income: $74,314 (6.6% more than U.S. median income)
– Households earning less than $10,000: 535,006 (7.00%)
– Households earning over $200,000: 987,887 (12.90%)
– Median earnings for workers: $43,462 (men: $67,512; women: $59,869)
– Unemployment rate: 8.70%
– Families with income below poverty level: 10.10%
– Households with health insurance: 94.80%

Downtown Minneapolis skyline at sunset.
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#14. Minnesota

– Median household income: $77,720 (11.5% more than U.S. median income)
– Households earning less than $10,000: 96,651 (4.20%)
– Households earning over $200,000: 226,903 (9.90%)
– Median earnings for workers: $43,853 (men: $64,611; women: $52,535)
– Unemployment rate: 4.90%
– Families with income below poverty level: 5.50%
– Households with health insurance: 95.50%

Creek Street in Ketchikan.
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#13. Alaska

– Median household income: $77,845 (11.7% more than U.S. median income)
– Households earning less than $10,000: 14,625 (5.40%)
– Households earning over $200,000: 27,700 (10.20%)
– Median earnings for workers: $41,962 (men: $62,134; women: $55,285)
– Unemployment rate: 7.00%
– Families with income below poverty level: 7.10%
– Households with health insurance: 88.60%

Downtown Salt Lake City skyline at dusk.
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#12. Utah

– Median household income: $79,449 (14.0% more than U.S. median income)
– Households earning less than $10,000: 47,612 (4.30%)
– Households earning over $200,000: 108,131 (9.80%)
– Median earnings for workers: $37,325 (men: $61,269; women: $44,707)
– Unemployment rate: 3.50%
– Families with income below poverty level: 5.90%
– Households with health insurance: 91.00%

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Downtown Richmond skyline.
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#11. Virginia

– Median household income: $80,963 (16.1% more than U.S. median income)
– Households earning less than $10,000: 167,157 (5.00%)
– Households earning over $200,000: 445,751 (13.40%)
– Median earnings for workers: $43,963 (men: $66,014; women: $53,414)
– Unemployment rate: 4.80%
– Families with income below poverty level: 6.90%
– Households with health insurance: 93.20%

Downtown Denver including City Park.
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#10. Colorado

– Median household income: $82,254 (18.0% more than U.S. median income)
– Households earning less than $10,000: 110,592 (4.80%)
– Households earning over $200,000: 277,905 (12.00%)
– Median earnings for workers: $44,818 (men: $65,217; women: $54,635)
– Unemployment rate: 5.30%
– Families with income below poverty level: 6.20%
– Households with health insurance: 92.00%

Downtown Hartford skyline.
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#9. Connecticut

– Median household income: $83,771 (20.2% more than U.S. median income)
– Households earning less than $10,000: 74,573 (5.20%)
– Households earning over $200,000: 208,195 (14.60%)
– Median earnings for workers: $45,511 (men: $73,022; women: $60,672)
– Unemployment rate: 6.70%
– Families with income below poverty level: 6.70%
– Households with health insurance: 94.80%

Seattle skyline and Mount Rainier on a clear day.
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#8. Washington

– Median household income: $84,247 (20.8% more than U.S. median income)
– Households earning less than $10,000: 145,555 (4.80%)
– Households earning over $200,000: 422,689 (14.00%)
– Median earnings for workers: $46,951 (men: $74,068; women: $57,567)
– Unemployment rate: 5.90%
– Families with income below poverty level: 6.50%
– Households with health insurance: 93.60%

Aerial view of Downtown Honolulu skyline and the surrounding area.
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#7. Hawaii

– Median household income: $84,857 (21.7% more than U.S. median income)
– Households earning less than $10,000: 26,535 (5.40%)
– Households earning over $200,000: 65,102 (13.30%)
– Median earnings for workers: $40,595 (men: $61,812; women: $49,816)
– Unemployment rate: 7.70%
– Families with income below poverty level: 8.00%
– Households with health insurance: 96.10%

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Golden Gate Bridge at sunset seen from San Francisco beach.
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#6. California

– Median household income: $84,907 (21.8% more than U.S. median income)
– Households earning less than $10,000: 715,644 (5.30%)
– Households earning over $200,000: 2,082,043 (15.50%)
– Median earnings for workers: $41,891 (men: $65,324; women: $57,373)
– Unemployment rate: 8.30%
– Families with income below poverty level: 9.00%
– Households with health insurance: 93.00%

Aerial view of White Mountain National Forest in autumn.
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#5. New Hampshire

– Median household income: $88,465 (26.9% more than U.S. median income)
– Households earning less than $10,000: 17,235 (3.10%)
– Households earning over $200,000: 62,138 (11.30%)
– Median earnings for workers: $45,677 (men: $68,566; women: $51,880)
– Unemployment rate: 3.60%
– Families with income below poverty level: 4.80%
– Households with health insurance: 94.90%

Aerial view of Atlantic City boardwalk.
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#4. New Jersey

– Median household income: $89,296 (28.1% more than U.S. median income)
– Households earning less than $10,000: 171,737 (4.90%)
– Households earning over $200,000: 584,370 (16.70%)
– Median earnings for workers: $50,021 (men: $75,297; women: $61,802)
– Unemployment rate: 8.10%
– Families with income below poverty level: 7.40%
– Households with health insurance: 92.80%

Boston skyline in sunny summer day, view from harbor of downtown.
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#3. Massachusetts

– Median household income: $89,645 (28.6% more than U.S. median income)
– Households earning less than $10,000: 149,006 (5.40%)
– Households earning over $200,000: 472,304 (17.10%)
– Median earnings for workers: $50,683 (men: $77,636; women: $66,536)
– Unemployment rate: 6.60%
– Families with income below poverty level: 7.10%
– Households with health insurance: 97.50%

Washington D.C. at the White House and Lafayette Square.
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#2. Washington D.C.

– Median household income: $90,088 (29.2% more than U.S. median income)
– Households earning less than $10,000: 30,677 (9.60%)
– Households earning over $200,000: 68,951 (21.60%)
– Median earnings for workers: $72,457 (men: $103,222; women: $87,244)
– Unemployment rate: 8.20%
– Families with income below poverty level: 12.80%
– Households with health insurance: 96.30%

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Downtown Annapolis, view over Main Street with the State House.
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#1. Maryland

– Median household income: $90,203 (29.4% more than U.S. median income)
– Households earning less than $10,000: 122,990 (5.20%)
– Households earning over $200,000: 355,084 (15.10%)
– Median earnings for workers: $50,548 (men: $71,995; women: $62,190)
– Unemployment rate: 5.90%
– Families with income below poverty level: 7.40%
– Households with health insurance: 93.90%

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