Not only are there residents of all ages in the city, but about a quarter of them were not born in the US, with more people immigrating here in search of work. Furthermore, a large percentage of the workforce is quite successful in their respective careers. Here’s some more information about employment:
- • White-Collar Jobs - According to Neighborhood Scout, over 92% of working residents are employed in various white-collar jobs, a percentage much higher than the US average. Many professionals work as managers, in sales, IT, or in-office. Interestingly, more people here work in computer science or math than in 95% of all other places in the nation.
- • Highly Educated Residents - If knowledge is power, this city is pretty powerful. About 64% of adults have a bachelor’s, law, master’s degree, MD, or even Ph.D., significantly higher than the national average of 21.84%.
- • Median Income Differences - The city’s median income differs substantially among those who own their homes and those that rent, with owners earning $121,000 per year, while renters get about $69,300. Besides a strong demand, high-income jobs with people working remotely are the most significant contributors to the increased living cost.
- • The City Is Ethnically Diverse - Around 26% of residents immigrated from another country. Most important ancestries include English, German, Irish, and Norwegian. While the most commonly spoken language is English, Spanish and Langs of India also have a significant presence.