New Hampshire Has the Highest Median Income in the US

For a state with no minimum wage the people who live here are doing rather well.

The mean average hourly wage for the entire state rose from $22.62/hour in 2014 to $24.03/hour in the 2016 report (+6.2%). The mean entry level wage in New Hampshire is $10.66/hour, $3.41 above the federal minimum wage. The median wage is up to $18.39/hour. And if you have “experience,” your average wage is $31.71/hour.

New Hampshire has the lowest poverty rate in the nation and in 2016 they had (not for the first time) the highest median income in the country. | More…

| GraniteGrok

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