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Living in Kentucky

Hi! Welcome to Kentucky, home of 4,327,844 others just like you! Out of all current residents, 89.81% have made the move to Kentucky in the past 10 years.

A highly-educated state, 11.99% of Kentucky residents have graduated from college, and 8.02% have some form of graduate degree. With this level of education, it’s no surprise that the average household income in Kentucky is $59,796, a 24.50% increase from the average household income in the year 2000.

And while the housing market has had its ups and downs over the past several years nationwide, the median home price in Kentucky is $121,032.

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