Twp. Median Income Higher Than County Average
Census-based map shows Jefferson Township median income and rental rates per household.
Jefferson Township has a higher median income than the New Jersey average, but a fluctuating rental rate, according to American Community Survey.
The survey, which breaks down each zip code in America with median income ranges and rental price figures based on 2010 Census data, broke Jefferson Township into three parts: south, northwest and northeast.
Residents in the northeastern portion of the township boasted the largest median income, coming in at $104,758, according to the map. Interestingly, this section of town also had the lowest rental rate of $675 per month on average.
The southern portion of the township showed a household median income of $103,764 with a rental rate of $1,101, and the northwestern portion of the township had the lowest median income at $94,344, with a rental rate of $1,008.
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Statewide, the median income range was between $63,101.80 and $78,762.60. Rent in New Jersey was between $928 and $1,071.
What do you think of these figures? Do you think the Census statistics–and mapping–are a proper representation of Jefferson Township?