A person’s wealth shouldn’t only be defined by money, and the term “poorest towns” should never be a defining factor in our lives. Quality of life, love and happiness can make a person the richest in the world, not to mention living in a beautiful surrounding. And, boy, does Vermont have some of the most breathtaking scenery. According to Wikipedia, Vermont falls smack in the middle of the 50 states having the twenty-fifth highest per capita income in the United States of America, at $20,625 (2000). Its personal per capita income is $30,740 (2003). Based on U.S. Census data, these are the poorest towns (both incorporated and unincorporated) in Vermont.
Despite where any town falls in a national ranking, living in Vermont makes us the richest people in the world.
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