The map below shows median household income in Vermont by area. Areas in the top 1% of earnings are in purple, high-earning areas are in green, and low-earning areas are in red.

Vermont map of rich and poor neighborhoods by household income

Household Income Key

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The median household income in Vermont is $66,305. This means Vermont income is about average for the median income in the United States, with state household incomes in the 48th percentile. Education is usually most correlated with income, and in Vermont 38% of adults have bachelor’s degrees or higher versus 31% nationwide. 51% of states might have higher incomes, and 47% of locations would have lower household income. Compared to nearby states family and household incomes are lower. Median income ranges from a low of $19,698 to a high of $146,755 in some neighborhoods.

Higher income areas are typically found in the west parts of the state, and lower income areas are in the northeast areas.

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