GOLDEN VALLEY, Minn. - The Twin Cities metro may be bucking the trend when it comes to family incomes.
A report from the U.S. Census Bureau finds the average family income in the metro rose to $66,282 in 2012.
That's significantly higher than the national average of $53,607.
The metro also has the highest number of people with a high school diplomas out of any major metro area in the U.S.
Charles Nelson, with the U.S. Census Bureau, was on KARE 11 Sunrise via satellite to discuss the rebounding economy in our area.
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