Best Places to Live in New Jersey

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What you need to know about New Jersey

From dense urban areas like Newark and Jersey City to green countrysides and charming villas, New Jersey offers diverse places to live. Families flock to the Jersey Shore during warm summer months while many outdoor lovers venture to the Skylands for hiking, hunting and camping. Hoboken, Princeton and Morristown are among the best places to live in New Jersey. The economy in New Jersey is anchored by the pharmaceutical industry, banking, chemical development, telecommunications, publishing and tourism.

Population

8,874,374
Up by 3%
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A man and women carry dogs across a flooded street in Hoboken, NJ during the 2012 flood.
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Housing

Homes Owned 65%
65% Complete
Homes Rented 35%
35% Complete

Median Home Price

$319,900
Higher than the national average

Median Household Income

$72,062
Higher than the national average

Education

Bachelor’s Degree 36%
36% Complete
Graduated High School 88%
88% Complete

Residents

Most residents are
5-17 Years old

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