Harrison, Tennessee is one of the most unequal states in the country.
Its median household income of $46,721 is less than $5,000 below the national average.
And despite being the birthplace of the Civil Rights movement, the city has seen its population decline in recent decades.
Despite the fact that Harrison’s median income is higher than the national median, it’s also one of just three US cities where the median household wealth per capita is lower than the median in the entire nation.
It also has one of America’s highest rates of poverty, according to the latest US Census.
And while the city of more than 8,000 people has a median household household income around $42,000, only 8.9% of the population is earning at least $50,000 a year.
But the city’s wealth is actually quite impressive.
Its residents earn a median annual income of more $58,000 compared to the national poverty rate of just $25,000.
And that’s despite having a city that has a higher median income per capita than every other US city.
The city has also seen a massive influx of millionaires.
According to the most recent US Census data, Harrison has a total of 486,400 people earning $1 million or more.
That’s up from just 33,400 in 2015.
And even though Harrison has had an uptick in millionaires over the last decade, the number of people earning at the same income is still lower than every city in the US.
That said, the amount of money people are earning in Harrison is still far below the average for other US cities.
As of 2016, the median income for residents of Harrison was just $41,948.
That means the city had a median income of just more than $40,000 for a family of four.
In other words, it still has the second highest median income in the nation.
So how does Harrison compare to other US communities?
The city has a number of areas that are home to millionaires, but Harrison also has some areas that have a lower median income than the US average.
That includes a region that is home to one of its poorest cities, San Diego.
The median income among residents of San Diego is just $26,500.
But the city is actually much better than Harrison for residents earning less than that, as well.
The median income across the entire city of San Jose, California, is just over $37,000 while Harrison’s is just slightly over $40.
That is a stark difference that could have a big impact on how Harrison fares in the next census.
And while Harrison has the third highest median household disposable income in America, it is far less than the average, according the latest Census.
That income is just under $22,000 per household.
The city of nearly 4.6 million people, however, has a household income that is just well above the US median.
In fact, the US Census Bureau says that only 4.5% of households in the United States are earning above $100,000 and the median for that group is just a little more than half that figure.