The Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis' Research Division provides a wealth of resources to explore. The chart below shows the percentage of foreign-born residents in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, compared to that of their neighboring geographies and matrices. This indicates that Bucks County's income is much higher than the median income in the United States, and household income in the county is at the 98th percentile.
The Northeast Wealth Corridor also crosses Montgomery County, the highest in the area of the municipalities of Whitpain, Lower Gwynedd, Plymouth, Upper Dublin and Whitemarsh; and reaches areas of Bucks County, especially the area around New Hope, such as the municipalities of Solebury, Lower Makefield and Upper Makefield. The chart below shows homes in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, distributed among a number of car-ownership groups compared to the national averages for each group. The following graph shows households in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, distributed among a number of income groups compared to the national averages for each group. The table below shows the percentages of U. S.
citizenship in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, compared to its neighboring geographies and matrices. The largest universities in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, by number of degrees awarded are Bucks County Community College (1,022 (37.9%), Delaware Valley University (487 and 18.1%) and Pennco Tech-Bristol (362 and 13.4%)Unlike the Delaware Valley, Pittsburgh's affluent neighborhoods are more concentrated in small places while Philadelphia's affluent communities are spread across four counties (Bucks, Chester, Delaware and Montgomery) and within city borders. Car ownership in Bucks County is roughly equal to the national average with an average of two cars per household. The table below shows how the average household income in Bucks County compares to that of its neighboring geographies and matrices.
Many of the wealthiest places in Pennsylvania are located in Allegheny County (suburbs of Pittsburgh) and Cumberland and Dauphin counties (suburbs of Harrisburg).The homeownership rate in Bucks County is 78.1%, roughly equal to the national average of 64.4%. The map below shows all of the districts of Bucks County colored by their median household income (total). Education is often more related to income and in Bucks County 44% of adults have a bachelor's degree or higher compared to 31% across the country. This visualization illustrates the percentage of students who graduate with an associate degree from schools in Bucks County depending on their specialty. The most common workgroups by number of people living in Bucks County are management occupations (41,347 people), administrative support occupations (26%) in offices (38,540 people), and sales-related occupations (35,530 people).