8) Tysons Corner
Tysons Corner is a community in Fairfax County, Virginia, with a population of around 20,000 residents. The median age of residents is 35.8 years old, and there is a slightly higher proportion of female than male residents. The per capita income in Tysons Corner is $47,292 and median home values are higher than Virginia’s overall median. Accordingly, the cost of living here is higher than the United States’ average. More than half of the residents over age 15 are married, and almost 40% of residents were born in other countries. Tysons Corner is less than 12 miles from Washington D.C., so there is easy access to the resources and activities of a larger city. Additionally, the unemployment rate is relatively low, and there is less inequality in education than there is for Virginia’s average.