According to the PEW research center, the middle class is defined as a range from two thirds (2/3) of the median household income to a multiple of two (2) times the median household income. Displayed above are the city, state and national median household income averages. Simply enter your median household income to determine if your income falls into the middle class or if your household income is considered upper or lower class.
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The income per capita in Upper Laurel is 25% higher than the national average.
The median household income in Upper Laurel is 31% higher than the national average.
Male median earnings are 41% higher than female median earnings.
The unemployment rate in Upper Laurel is 12% higher than the national average.
The poverty level in Upper Laurel is equal to the national average.