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$86,738 is Maryland's median household income. Maryland has the second-most millionaires per capita in 2020, according to Statista.

Maryland

Massachusetts has the most bachelor's degree holders per population with approximately 7 million individuals, according to the U.S. Census Bureau.

Massachusetts

$85,751 is New Jersey's median household income. Biotech giants Merck and Johnson & Johnson are based in the 11th most populated state, with a population of 9 million

New Jersey

$83,102 is Hawaii's median household income. Hawaii's beaches and laid-back surfer lifestyle are famous, but living there is expensive.

Hawaii

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$80,440 is California's median household income. With a $3 trillion GDP, California is the nation's biggest economy. The most populous state, it has almost 40 million people.

California

Loudoun County, Fairfax County, and Arlington County are among the wealthiest counties in the U.S., despite Virginia's low cost of living

Virginia

$77,127 is Colorado's median household income. Colorado homeowners are ready to spend a lot on their houses, despite the state's natural beauty.

Colorado

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$77,933 median household income. State income and capital gains taxes are not levied on New Hampshire's 1.4 million residents.

New Hampshire

$78,687 is Washington's median household income. The Evergreen State's earnings and cost of living have increased due to Amazon's presence.

Washington

$78,833 is Connecticut's median household income. Darien, one of America's 20 wealthiest towns, located in the Constitution State

Connecticut

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