Westchester County’s Median Household Income More than Double National Scale

Same goes for the average household income as well, proving our pockets are deeper than most.



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Oh boy, are our pockets deeper than those of our fellow countrymen. Our median household income is more than 50 percent higher than the rest of the nation’s—$77,415 per year, walloping the $50,046 competition. And our mean household income is nearly twice the country’s: $124,645, as compared to $68,259. The difference between our mean (i.e., average) income and median income (i.e., the figure in the exact middle) also means that we have a large number of people with very high incomes. Indeed, 14.9 percent of households make more than $200,000 per year here, which is a lot higher than the 3.9 percent of households who bring that in the rest of the country.

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