You Might Be ‘Rich’ If You Earn Less Than $100,000 In These Cities

You might not be living in a mansion, eating caviar, and enjoying untold riches but you’re still living better than a majority of the population if your salary is closing in on $100,000 in these U.S. cities. The term “rich” can mean a lot of different things to different demographics. In any case, if you make less than six figures in these U.S. cities a study from GoBankingRates says you’re considered to be in the 80th or better percentile for earnings. That annual income makes you fairly rich in the eyes of many people.

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The city of sin has a lot going for residents who can manage to pull in close to $100,000. You’re considered to be in the 80th percentile if your combined family income is $99,470. The media home price isn’t too shabby at $393,600.

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