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Burton is portrayed as the second - most people overall earn less than the poverty line (5,768), which is about the same as in Burton, Michigan. Compared to the number of people who work and live in the same city, Burton is about half the size. Burton, the third to largest percentage of people in their 30s work and live in the same cities, which is about 1.5 times their total population.


Compared to the number of people who work and live in the same city, Burton is about three to four quarters as large. Burton is about one-third of that size and the second largest percentage of the population, relative to the median household income, which is compared to the US average of $60,293.


Burton has an unemployment rate of 5.1%, which is above the US average of 4.5% and the national average. The next two charts are based on the American Community Survey and look at the number of jobs in Michigan and median household income. This survey shows the percentage of households that have had a retirement income in the last 12 months, and it shows that the largest place larger than Burton in that region is the city of Detroit, with a median income of $60,293, or about one-third of Burton's. It has 1.2 million inhabitants and an unemployment rate of 3.3% (just like Detroit). The following graph in Figure 11 shows which household in Burton, Michigan had the highest median income of all households ($50,000 or more) and which had the lowest median wage of all households in its region ($25,500).

The next employment-related data item is the number of jobs in Michigan and the unemployment rate of 3.3%. It shows the median income of all households in Burton, Michigan, as shown in Figure 21, and it shows that it is about one-third the size of Detroit in Michigan.


Burton shows that it has a Gini index of 44.7, the second and smallest when sorted by the surrounding region.


Burton shows that it has a Gini index of 44.7, the second smallest when sorted by the surrounding region. Burton has the highest median income of any city in the state and the third highest in Michigan, and ranks third in the number of single-earner jobs per 100,000 residents. It has an average annual per capita income of $28,527, slightly more than the national average, but it has the lowest median income for single earners at $26,827. Average household incomes in Burton, Michigan's second-largest city, have a median annual wage of just over $27,500, slightly lower than Detroit's at $29,800 a month.

Burton shows that it has a Gini index of 44.7, the second smallest when sorted by region, and a figure of 47 shows the median income of women in each occupational group. Similarly, Burton has the third highest number of single-worker jobs per 100,000 residents, grouped by incomes in computer and science professions, but it has the lowest median income for single earners, at $26,827. Burton showed that median per capita income of $28,527 is the fifth highest median annual wage of any city in the state, slightly higher than the national average. It also had the fourth highest average annual income, $27,500 for single people and $29,800 per month for families, with figures showing women's median earnings of $46.5 and $47.0, respectively, for each occupational group. Similarly, among all occupations earning in professions such as computers and engineering, Burlington had the seventh lowest per capita income for men and the eighth lowest for women.


Burton shows that it has a Gini index of 44.7, the second smallest when sorted by region, and a figure of 47 shows the median income of women in each occupational group. Burton showed that Burton has the third highest number of single jobs per 100,000 residents and ranks first in the state in terms of average commuting time of 22 hours, which is lower than the national average as measured by the US Census Bureau's Bureau of Labor Statistics. It has one of the lowest average commuting times of any city in Michigan and the fifth lowest average commuting time for single people, but it had the fourth highest average annual income, $27,500 for an individual and $29,800 per month for families.


Burton is about 15.9% smaller in terms of average hourly earnings, compared with the United States average of 23.71%. It is also about 17.7% lower than the median income of US workers, at $47,712, compared to the average annual income of $52,813.

Burton is also about 22.4% smaller than Michigan in terms of the average annual income of US workers, at $52,813. Burton is about 17.0% smaller than the U.S. average of 23.71% and about 4.5% lower than the median income in Michigan.


Burton is portrayed as a high percentage of people earning less than $30,000 a year, which is in the middle range of other places and areas. Burton's average annual income is $52,813, about 4.5% below the US average and about 1.7% above Michigan's median income. The unemployment rate is the lowest in Michigan at 3.1%, but is 2.2% below the national average of 5.0%.