Middle Class Income Calculator for Major Metropolitan Areas, Cities and States in the United States (2012 Data)



Every one has a different definition for what constitutes the "middle class" of the United States. One metric is household income between two-thirds and twice the median household income ( $59,127 in 2010 from the Pew Report, for a range of $39.4K to $118K.) However, across the country the median household income varies substantially, so I created this calculator so you can enter an income amount and see how that stands up to all the different known household incomes recorded across our great country (using 2012 data). I included a select field where you can also compare against the top areas (median over $75K or $85K) and the bottom areas (median under $50K) as well as just those places below and above the median. Data for all 50 states plus DC is currently available.
Enter your household income here :
Compared to    
City/State/Metro AreaMedianMiddle Class RangeYou are in the:
BETHESDA-ROCKVILLE-FREDERICK, MD 113400 ( 75600 to 226800 ) LOWER CLASS
NASSAU-SUFFOLK, NY 107500 ( 71666 to 215000 ) LOWER CLASS
BRIDGEPORT-STAMFORD-NORWALK, CT 106700 ( 71133 to 213400 ) LOWER CLASS
CAMBRIDGE-NEWTON-FRAMINGHAM, MA 106400 ( 70933 to 212800 ) LOWER CLASS
WASHINGTON-ARLINGTON-ALEXANDRIA, DC-VA-MD-WV 105700 ( 70466 to 211400 ) LOWER CLASS
SAN JOSE-SUNNYVALE-SANTA CLARA, CA 105000 ( 70000 to 210000 ) LOWER CLASS
SAN FRANCISCO-SAN MATEO-REDWOOD CITY, CA 103000 ( 68666 to 206000 ) LOWER CLASS


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