Worcester Ranked in Top 100 Most Diverse Cities in America

Worcester Ranked in Top 100 Most Diverse Cities in America

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WORCESTER – The City of Worcester has been ranked in the top 100 most diverse city in America out of more than 500 U.S. Cities, according to a new report from Wallethub.

The report — 2019’s Most Diverse Cities in America — ranks Worcester #96 overall out of 501 cities. Wallethub compared each city across five major diversity categories: household diversity, religious diversity, socioeconomic diversity, cultural diversity and economic diversity.

Through a particular methodology used by Wallethub, Worcester achieved a diversity score of 67.3 [the most diverse city, Houston, Texas, received a score of 71.6] and were attributed overall rankings for each diversity category: socioeconomic [#245], cultural [#78], economic [#404], household [#170], and religious [#286].

Among midsize cities in America, Worcester ranked #29 out of 143 cities with populations between 100,000 to 300,000 residents.

Other Worcester Overall Rankings [out of 501 U.S. Cities]:

  • Income Diversity: 332
  • Educational Attainment Diversity: 164
  • Racial & Ethnic Diversity: 122
  • Linguistic Diversity: 55
  • Birthplace Diversity: 277
  • Industry Diversity: 441
  • Occupational Diversity: 279
  • Worker-Class Diversity: 264
  • Marital-Status Diversity: 216
  • Age Diversity: 74
  • Household-Type Diversity: 162
  • Household-Size Diversity: 280
  • Religious Diversity: 286

To see how Worcester compared to the rest of the cities in Massachusetts, New England and across the country, please scroll the map below:

Source: WalletHub

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