San Francisco’s top earners are insanely wealthy.
In a 2015 report showing the income gap between the bottom 20% of households and the top 5% in the 50 largest US cities, The Brookings Institution found that San Francisco ranks as the second most unequal city in the United States, trailing only Atlanta, Georgia.
The top 5% are bringing home a whopping $US350,000 a year.
That’s according to The New York Times’ interactive tool, which lets you enter your household income and see how you stack up against your fellow American earners across 344 US metro areas.
We decided to find out just how much you have to make to compete with the richest of the rich in the San Francisco metro area, and what income would put you in the middle of the pack.
Here’s the household income required to be in the:
Top 1%: $US558,046
Top 5%: $US349,693
Top 10%: $US238,855
Top 25%: $US141,790
Top 50%: $US78,086
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