10 Richest Cities in the United States

Today we are going to read about the richest cities in the United States, published by Insider Monkey recently. This year has brought lots of miserable things for everyone due to the pandemic. Millions of people lost their jobs, entire industries had a lockdown, and were forced to slow down. Large number of cities and towns impoverished, but yet there are rich cities in the United States. In this article, we will focus on them.

America has always been considered to be the land of promise and opportunities. And it’s true, particularly if we can see lots of successful stories about companies beginning their triumph from the garage, such as Google, Facdebook, Amazon Apple. Founder of Amazon, Jeff Bezos now owns a net worth of 175 billions in dollars. Fun fact, but true that he has more money, than several countries in the world. Although these stories suggest that you can reach everything with hard work, the reality is not black or white, of course. What is sure, if you make efforts to be successful in your profession, it will surely show a return.

An now, without a further ado, let’s check out what Insider Monkey has brought up with for today. We are going to select two cities from the list, just as usual. At first, here is Napa, California on the eighth spot. As of 2019, the median salary in the city was 92,769 in dollars, while in 2018 it was $84,566. This area is famous for its wine idustry, no wonder Napa Valley has a pretty high median income. Up on the list, we can find Heber, UT Micro Area on the fourth spot with a considerable amount of median salary. In 2019 the city could boast with $99,265 as median salary, while in 2018 it was $100,000. If you want to get further informative details about the richest cities in the United States, please click the link.

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