In 2018, the median household income was $55,000, according to the Census Bureau.
That is more than $12,000 more than the median income in 2010, when median household incomes were $52,000.
That was because the economy has gotten more competitive since 2010, with the job market booming and incomes rising.
And in 2018, there were fewer people moving from rural areas to cities, with only 5.3% moving to cities in rural areas, according a 2017 report by the Brookings Institution.
But rural residents still need to be careful.
In 2018 alone, 6.4 million people moved to the city.
That’s more than 8.5% of the population in urban areas, and more than 4.7% of those moving to urban areas were from rural states.
While the Census figures are low for 2018, this year the rate of population growth in cities has been much slower than in rural America.
For example, the Census bureau reported in January that the population growth rate in urban cities is more like 3.4% than 5.5%.
In rural areas it’s about 0.8%, according to census data.
I would suggest that rural residents stay put and be patient for the economy to catch up to rural populations.
If you’re not living in rural communities, the chances are you’re still in the same boat as many people are.
That means it’s a good idea to keep the house and the garden clean and to be diligent about keeping the pet in the yard.
As with any new occupation, you’ll need to learn how to work with others.
I found it hard to learn and manage my own finances and I felt more at home in a new city.
It’s good to have people to talk to, talk to about your problems, and help you learn the language and the culture of a new country.
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