The Highest Income Earning ZIP Codes

Posted on December 5, 2012

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You’ve seen some of the ZIP Codes with the highest home prices in the country.  Now, ZIPCodeMaps.com shows you some of America’s highest income earning ZIP Codes.  

 

Los Angeles Metro Area Map

As much as you’ve heard great things about the 90210 ZIP Code in Beverly Hills, California, it is NOT the top earning ZIP in the US.  It is in the top 3 though.  The average adjusted gross income for this California ZIP Code is around $3.1 million.  With neighborhoods filled with celebrities and movie stars, that number isn’t too hard to believe.

 

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Greenwich, Connecticut’s 06830 ZIP Code beat Beverly Hills’ high-earning numbers with an average adjusted gross income of $3.3 million.  The city of Greenwich has the highest wealth value in Connecticut.  Wealth value measures the value of residential and commercial real estate and the town’s tax base available to pay for public education.

 

New York City Map

New York City: home to Wall Street and nearly 300 million square feet of office space.  Midtown Manhattan is the largest central business district in the United States.  It’s no surprise that New York City’s 10021 ZIP topped the list of highest earning ZIP Codes in the country with an average adjusted gross income of just over $12 million.  Don’t break anything when you’re spending time in this ZIP Code: you just might have to pay for it.

 

Knowing key differences between ZIP Codes can help you choose better business locations and find the right target markets.  If your business targets high income earners, you’ll want to know which ZIP Codes have the highest median income.

 

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ZIPCodeMaps.com can help you target the right ZIP Codes for your business.  We offer the highest quality demographic data for any county, city, or ZIP Code in the US.  Find out which ZIP codes have the target qualities that you’re looking for.

 

Contact ZIPCodeMaps.com today.  We can help you target ZIP Codes based on age, income, household size, and more

 

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