Clifton, a small incorporated town in Fairfax County, is home to 282 residents. The median age of people living in this town is 37, although almost a quarter of residents are children. The per capita income in Clifton is a steady $47,459 and the median home value is far higher here than in the state of Virginia in general. Clifton is a town of well-educated individuals with a drive for innovation, as all residents over 25 years old have high school diplomas, almost 70% have at least a Bachelor’s degree, and professional, scientific, and technical services make up more than a quarter of the industry. The majority of households in this town have families, and the average number of people per household is 3.2. Additionally, there are relatively few individuals living in poverty, only 2.5% of all residents.