WASHINGTON — Where you grow up matters — at least, that’s what a Harvard University study and New York Times article say. A study from economists at Harvard first looked at the correlation between the county where a child…
The income disparity between the rich and poor in D.C. is growing and the divide is worse when compared to the nation as a whole.
Maryland households are the nation’s top earners, according to the Department of Health and Human Services.
New census figures released on Monday show that
one in seven
Washington-region households have incomes that put
them in the top
5 percent in the nation.
New U.S. Census data suggest some areas in the D.C. region are doing better than others.