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Top 30 ZIPs With Six-Figure Salaries

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According to CNN Money the chart below shows the top 30 ZIP codes based on the percentage of residents earning $100,000 per year or more.

If you’re wondering why regions like Beverly Hills and other rich locations around Los Angeles, or regions in Manhattan like the Upper East Side, didn’t make the list, it’s because those ZIPs share residents who are significantly less affluent.

Here’s the chart:

60043 Kenilworth, IL 82.92%
22039 Fairfax Station, VA 79.20%
22066 Great Falls, VA 78.66%
94506 Danville, CA 78.24%
94027 Atherton, CA 78.04%
07078 Short Hills, NJ 76.70%
10577 Purchase, NY 75.73%
94028 Portola Valley, CA 75.56%
10506 Bedford, NY 74.82%
66221 Overland Park, KS 74.50%
92067 Rancho Santa Fe, CA 74.48%
20854 Potomac, MD 73.53%
76092 Southlake, TX 73.21%
10554 Chappaqua, NY 72.90%
10576 Pound Ridge, NY 72.80%
08550 Princeton Junction, NJ 72.62%
77094 Houston, TX 72.49%
60022 Glencoe, IL 70.91%
94507 Alamo, CA 70.90%
95970 Saratoga, CA 70.42%
08836 Martinsville, NJ 70.33%
02493 Weston, MA 70.09%
11568 Old Westbury, NY 70.23%
06883 Weston, CT 70.09%
07021 Essex Fells, NJ 70.06%
07046 Mountain Lakes, NJ 70.05%
21029 Clarksville, MD 70.00%
06897 Wilton, CT 69.88%
19035 Gladwyne, PA 69.80%
08502 Belle Mead, NJ 69.49%

Updated October 31, 2006 and originally published November 18, 2004. If you enjoyed this article, subscribe to the RSS feed or receive daily emails. Follow @ConsumerismComm on Twitter and visit our Facebook page for more updates.

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avatar Darren R. Sussman

I’m so not surprised to see Short Hills on that list. :)

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