10) Bloomfield Township
Bloomfield Township is a much larger area than those previously mentioned, with a population of over 41,000 and an area of 26 square miles. The median age of residents is 45 years, with a population including people ranging from children to seniors. The per capita income is $62,716, and 2.5% of the population falls under the poverty line. The township is the most expensive community in which to live in Michigan. Bloomfield is home to the Detroit Skating Club, at which numerous world-class figure skaters have trained. The town has both public and private schooling options. Professional, science, and technical industries make up 18% of Bloomfield Township industry, which is significantly higher than in Michigan overall. Other important industries include transportation equipment and health care.
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