The 30 counties with the highest medium income just happen to be where most people work for the federal government.


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I am shocked, shocked! The 30 counties with the highest medium income just happen to be where most people work for the federal government.

The only county among the Top 5 for median household income not located near Washington, D.C., was No. 3 Los Alamos County, N.M.—which is the smallest county in that state, and which is also home to the U.S. Energy Department’s Los Alamos National Laboratory. The median household income in Los Alamos County in 2012, according to the Census Bureau, was $112,115.

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  • joe

    Bureaucracies that inflict pain upon American society for the purpose of expanding fiefdoms and personal gain are killing this country and eroding constitutional freedoms.

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