The 15 Cities With the Most Jobs That Pay $100,000 or More

In order to be considered “upper class” in the United States a household of two needs to earn over $102,001, a family of four needs to bring in more than $144,251 and a family of five needs to rake in over $161,277 a year. And in order to earn these six-figure salaries, workers probably need to move to a major city.

Even with unemployment at just 4 percent, workers are still waiting for wage growth across the country but select cities are boasting sky-high salaries.

Job site Ladders analyzed thousands of opportunities across the United States and found that 15 cities stood out for having the most high-paying roles in the month of July. Ladders considered data from opportunities posted in their database.

Here are the 15 cities with the most six-figure jobs:

15. Austin, TX

Jobs available: 5,295

14. Phoenix, AZ

Jobs available: 5,443

13. Minneapolis-Saint Paul, MN

Jobs available: 5,879

12. Houston, TX

Jobs available: 6,313

11. Denver, CO

Jobs available: 7,414

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

10. Philadelphia, PA

Jobs available: 9,712

9. Atlanta, GA

Jobs available: 10,359

8. Dallas, TX

Jobs available: 10,378

7. Seattle, WA

Jobs available: 11,910

6. Chicago, IL

Jobs available: 14,043

Los Angeles, California

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Los Angeles, California

5. Los Angeles, CA

Jobs available: 15,438

4. Boston, MA

Jobs available: 16,547

3. Washington, DC

Jobs available: 22,218

2. New York, NY

Jobs available: 30,782

1. San Francisco

Jobs available: 33,062

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San Francisco topped Ladders’ list of the cities with the most six-figure roles. Marc Cenedella, CEO and Founder of Ladders says that workers and young people hoping to make over $100,000 cannot afford to overlook the industries that thrive in the City by the Bay.

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Source: CNBC

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