Two Atlanta suburbs have made a business publication’s list of top-earning small cities.
Sandy Springs and Roswell made CNN Money.com’s compilation published Monday.
The median family income in Sandy Springs was $115,171 in 2009, and in Roswell it was $113,750, according to the online publication.
That compares with $172,541 in top-ranked Bethesda, Md. and Wheaton, Il., with a median of $113,517.
The list is based on massaged numbers from census data, and only two places per state could qualify.
No Georgia community appeared on the list of cities with the highest average temperature in July. Phew…That’s good! Top-place honors for that went to Yuma, Ariz., where the thermometer reading averaged 106.5 degrees.
The numbers are for cities with 50,000 to 300,000 residents. The lists also appear in the August issue of Money Magazine.
Roswell! It’s a GREAT place to live, work and play!