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Farmington Hills stands as the place with the 36th highest income in the United States with a population exceeding 50,000. That degree of financial stability is reflected in the town's overall economic situation. The unemployment rate is nearly a full percentage point below the national average, while the numbers for projected future job growth, and income per capita are well over that figure. The majority of Farmington Hills locals work in the fields of sales, finance, computers and engineering. If you'd be coming into town with the intention of finding a new job, the options available to you are diverse. Farmington Public Schools serves the younger citizens with numerous grade school campuses. In terms of higher education, branches of Oakland Community College and Wayne State University are conveniently located within city boundaries.



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If you want to move into a home in a higher-end neighborhood, consider the town of Farmington Hills, Michigan. This suburb of Detroit is rather moderate in size at just over 33 square miles, with a population of over 80,000. There is a solid variety in the kinds of homes currently on the market, from two-bedroom condos to two-story houses on nearly 3,000 square feet of green property. As long as your budget is in the $200,000 to $300,000 range, the odds are good that you'll be able to find a place to suit your needs.
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