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9 Richest States in the U.S.


According to Statista, Maryland had the second-most millionaires per capita. Mid-Atlantic state is 18th most populous with almost 6 million people.


The U.S. Census Bureau reports that Massachusetts has the most bachelor's degree holders per capita at about 7 million.

New Jersey

New Jersey is one of the top three richest states, yet its median house value is lower than other states.


Hawaii is famous for its beaches and surfer lifestyle, but living there is expensive.


The largest California industries include agriculture, media, tourism, and technology.


Washington has the world's most costly residence.

New Hampshire

Living costs are minimal compared to the other top 10 richest states.


Due to its beautiful scenery, Colorado homeowners are prepared to pay a lot for their homes.


Compared to other major cities, the cost of living here is quite inexpensive.

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