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Old 08-23-2016, 09:28 PM
 
Location: ATL now
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Black Men Earning $100,000 Per Year or More

Brooklyn - 7,131 (6.0%)
Chicago - 5,417 (6.4%)
Queens - 5,327 (8.0%)
Washington - 5,260 (13.4%)
Los Angeles - 4,860 (11.2%)
Houston - 4,113 (5.7%)
Manhattan - 4,040 (12.8%)
Philadelphia - 3,071 (4.3%)
Charlotte - 2,351 (6.4%)
Detroit - 2,048 (4.5%)
Atlanta - 1,986 (7.5%)
Baltimore - 1,815 (4.0%)
Dallas - 1,583 (4.1%)
Oakland - 1,551 (13.1%)
Boston - 1,365 (6.8%)
New Orleans - 1,271 (4.8%)
San Francisco - 1,017 (14.7%)
Raleigh - 969 (5.4%)
Phoenix - 810 (5.4%)
Durham - 710 (5.4%)
Seattle - 590 (8.7%)
Milwaukee - 588 (2.9%)
Birmingham - 385 (2.3%)
Minneapolis - 354 (5.2%)
Miami - 312 (3.4%)
Cleveland - 271 (1.6%)
Pittsburgh - 265 (3.3%)
1. LA's numbers make total sense. You got the producers; A&R's, A List Actors and Commercial guild players, Along with singers musicians, athletes and entertainment lawyers all making it rain.

2.NY is a boss, and probably has all the above careers mentioned, while having a fair share of attorneys, accounts, bankers, sales and corporate types in the mix.

3.Atlanta is hella low to me, I would think brotha's made more out here, but honestly its not to surprising when you see the amount of people that settle out here for less than what their worth $$. The hype is real!

4. Milwaukee is tragic and needs to get its act together, embarrassing to have those kind of numbers with the black history the city has..
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Old 08-23-2016, 09:45 PM
 
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1. LA's numbers make total sense. You got the producers; A&R's, A List Actors and Commercial guild players, Along with singers musicians, athletes and entertainment lawyers all making it rain.

2.NY is a boss, and probably has all the above careers mentioned, while having a fair share of attorneys, accounts, bankers, sales and corporate types in the mix.

3.Atlanta is hella low to me, I would think brotha's made more out here, but honestly its not to surprising when you see the amount of people that settle out here for less than what their worth $$. The hype is real!

4. Milwaukee is tragic and needs to get its act together, embarrassing to have those kind of numbers with the black history the city has..
Atlanta's numbers are higher considering the entire metro area, but Milwaukee is just kinda sad all the way around it seems.
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Old 08-24-2016, 06:07 AM
 
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Black Men Earning $100,000 or More By MSA

New York - 43,953 (9.0%)
Washington - 43,881 (16.5%)
Atlanta - 20,092 (7.6%)
Houston - 14,655 (9.0%)
Los Angeles - 14,602 (12.3%)
Chicago - 14,223 (7.7%)
Dallas - 12,287 (7.8%)
Baltimore - 11,856 (10.3%)
Philadelphia - 11,058 (7.1%)
Miami - 7,596 (4.6%)
San Francisco - 7,363 (16.1%)
Detroit - 6,772 (7.1%)
Boston - 4,751 (8.9%)
Charlotte - 4,446 (6.4%)
Raleigh - 4,186 (6.5%)*
Memphis - 3,626 (4.5%)
Seattle - 3,112 (8.6%)
New Orleans - 2,544 (4.5%)
St. Louis - 2,477 (4.2%)
Nashville - 2,290 (6.1%)
Denver - 2,223 (8.9%)
Columbus - 2,103 (5.5%)
Indianapolis - 1,927 (5.7%)
San Jose - 1,858 (20.8%)
Birmingham - 1,627 (4.0%)
Cleveland - 1,319 (3.1%)
Pittsburgh - 1,202 (5.3%)
Milwaukee - 1,053 (4.4%)

*CSA figure
Could you do one with women included?
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Old 08-24-2016, 06:10 AM
 
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I haven't seen that for earnings. There is data for Black households earning $200,000 or more.

Washington - 33,672 (6.2%)
New York - 33,658 (2.8%)
Atlanta - 11,033 (1.8%)
Chicago - 9,951 (1.7%)
Los Angeles - 9,947 (2.9%)
Houston - 8,263 (2.2%)
Philadelphia - 7,501 (1.7%)
San Francisco - 5,101 (3.6%)
Wow, D.C. must have just passed NYC in this figure for raw numbers. I remember a couple years ago, we were behind NYC in raw numbers but lead in percentage.
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Old 08-24-2016, 07:24 AM
 
Location: Crooklyn, New York
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Could you do one with women included?
Washington - 85,080 (15.1%)
New York - 82,565 (7.7%)
Atlanta - 33,431 (5.9%)
Chicago - 25,383 (6.2%)
Los Angeles - 24,811 (10.1%)
Houston - 23,715 (6.9%)
Baltimore - 21,687 (8.4%)
Dallas - 19,124 (5.7%)
Philadelphia - 19,098 (5.6%)
San Francisco - 12,347 (13.2%)
Detroit - 11,410 (5,2%)

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Old 08-24-2016, 08:20 AM
 
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Washington - 85,080 (15.1%)
New York - 82,565 (7.7%)
Atlanta - 33,431 (5.9%)
Chicago - 25,383 (6.2%)
Los Angeles - 24,811 (10.1%)
Houston - 23,715 (6.9%)
Baltimore - 21,687 (8.4%)
Dallas - 19,124 (5.7%)
Philadelphia - 19,098 (5.6%)
San Francisco - 12,347 (13.2%)
Detroit - 11,410 (5,2%)
Great and thank you! It's interesting that it seems NYC and D.C. have just as many black women making over $100,000 per year as black men; however, black women in Atlanta, Houston, and Chicago seem to have a much wider gap in pay compared to black men.
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Old 08-24-2016, 08:43 AM
 
Location: Crooklyn, New York
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Black Minors Ages 6 to 17 Without Health Insurance

Atlanta - 31,384 (8.9%)
Miami - 29,203 (13.1%)
New York - 21,157 (4.0%)
Houston - 14,714 (7.2%)
Dallas - 13,542 (6.8%)
Chicago - 10,343 (3.7%)
Philadelphia - 8,341 (3.9%)
Detroit - 6,806 (4.1%)
Los Angeles - 6,710 (5.3%)
Washington - 5,987 (2.5%)
Memphis - 5,495 (4.8%)
Charlotte - 4,240 (4.3%)
Baltimore - 3,670 (2.7%)
New Orleans - 3,706 (4.7%)
Raleigh - 2,803 (3.3%)
Minneapolis - 2,549 (4.1%)
Cleveland - 2,099 (2.9%)
Milwaukee - 1,915 (3.4%)
Boston - 1,842 (3.2%)
San Francisco - 1,521 (3.1%)
Seattle - 1,172 (3.6%)
Nashville - 594 (1.2%)
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Old 08-24-2016, 08:47 AM
 
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Black Minors Ages 6 to 17 Without Health Insurance

Atlanta - 31,384 (8.9%)
Miami - 29,203 (13.1%)
New York - 21,157 (4.0%)
Houston - 14,714 (7.2%)
Dallas - 13,542 (6.8%)
Chicago - 10,343 (3.7%)
Philadelphia - 8,341 (3.9%)
Detroit - 6,806 (4.1%)
Los Angeles - 6,710 (5.3%)
Washington - 5,987 (2.5%)
Memphis - 5,495 (4.8%)
Charlotte - 4,240 (4.3%)
Baltimore - 3,670 (2.7%)
New Orleans - 3,706 (4.7%)
Raleigh - 2,803 (3.3%)
Minneapolis - 2,549 (4.1%)
Cleveland - 2,099 (2.9%)
Milwaukee - 1,915 (3.4%)
Boston - 1,842 (3.2%)
San Francisco - 1,521 (3.1%)
Seattle - 1,172 (3.6%)
Nashville - 594 (1.2%)
I assume these are pre-ACA figures? I think that might have an impact, although CHIP was already in place.
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Old 08-24-2016, 08:47 AM
 
Location: Crooklyn, New York
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This is the big problem living in a state controlled by a Republican, conservative legislature.

https://gbpi.org/2015/georgia-falls-...d-rate-in-u-s/
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Old 08-24-2016, 08:49 AM
 
Location: Crooklyn, New York
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I assume these are pre-ACA figures? I think that might have an impact, although CHIP was already in place.
Yes. But it's still unacceptably high.

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The number of uninsured Georgia children fell by more than 50,000 in 2014, the first year of full implementation of the Affordable Care Act, a new report found.

That drop of 53,000 was the fourth-biggest decline in the United States. Yet it left Georgia still having 210,000 kids without coverage, the fourth-largest total in the nation, according to the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation report, released Thursday.
Georgia has fewer uninsured kids as ACA takes hold | Georgia Health News
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