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Washington-Arlington-Alexandria, DC-VA-MD-WV

#1 Biggest Change in Pay Inequality Since 2008: U.S. Cities #2 Highest Rents: U.S. Cities #3 Greenest Commuters: U.S. Cities #4 Booming Hipster Neighborhoods: U.S. Metro Areas #4 Most Patents Granted in Millennial-Heavy Cities: U.S. Metro Areas #4 Where Hipsters Live: U.S. Metro Areas #5 Biggest Pay Increase for STEM Occupations: U.S. Metro Areas #6 Biggest Boomtowns: U.S. Cities #6 Busiest Airports for International Travel: U.S. Cities #7 Highest Passive Earners: U.S. Cities #7 Most Eateries per Capita: U.S. Cities #11 Biggest Increase in Multifamily Housing Permits: U.S. Metro Areas #11 Most Volunteers: U.S. Cities #18 Greatest Gains in Millennial Population: U.S. Metro Areas #18 Least Upwardly Mobile for Fast-Food Workers: U.S. Cities #29 Highest Homeownership Rates: U.S. Cities