The Salt Lake City metropolitan area attracts a bit less than its share of the richest Americans, a new U.S. Census Bureau report shows.
The Census Bureau released an analysis this week of which areas have the highest concentration of high-income households defined as being in the top 5 percent, or having annual incomes of more $191,469.
In the Salt Lake metro area, 4.4 percent of households were high income or a bit less than the 5 percent that would be average nationally. That ranked No. 29 among the nation's 50 largest metro areas.