Census Data Shows Median Income Climbs in NJ, But Wage Disparity Remains High

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Median household income rose by almost 4 percent, poverty dipped slightly, but activists say New Jersey is still too costly for manyThe signs of an improving New Jersey economy are evident in the rising incomes of some residents last year, but that good news is tempered by a continuing large wage disparity, according to the U.S. Census Bureau.According to 2016 American Community Survey data...

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