The good news: We beat LA and Chicago and New York and Washington DC and even SAN FRANCISCO. W00t!
The bad news: We lost to Connecticut. Connecticut? Haven’t they been in the news enough already?
Rob Wile | Business Insider | Feb. 11, 2013, 8:24 PM
The U.S. Census has published its list of U.S. metropolitan areas with the highest concentrations of wealth in the country.
These are places where a large percentage of your neighbors earn incomes in the top 5th percentile.
Here are the top five. For the full list, see the article at Business Insider.
|Rank||Metro||% MSA households in US Top 5%||Primary Industry|
|5||Trenton/Ewing NJ||11.6%||Protection, extralegal goods, beating the shit out of rivals|
|4||San Francisco/Oakland/Fremont CA||13.0%||Social Media, Investment (hypothetical shit)|
|3||Washington/Arlington/Alexandria DC-VA-MD-WV||14.1%||Lobbying (access to shit)|
|2||San Jose/Sunnyvale/Santa Clara CA||15.9%||Inventing new shit|
|1||Bridgeport/Stanford/Norwalk CT||17.9%||Insuring shit|