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A $50 gift card to buy college textbooks will be worth $25,000 if you’re an Amish family from Michigan, according to a new report.
Amish Amish culture is known for its traditional dress code and its traditional lifestyle, but many of the Amish have gone on to work as teachers, doctors, lawyers, and even teachers.
They are not allowed to marry.
They don’t have any children, but they do have a strong community and have the best-paid professions in the country.
They have a median annual income of $80,000, according the National Association of School Administrators, making them among the top earners.
Their income is nearly twice that of other working-class American families, according an analysis by the American Association of University Women.
The average Amish woman earns about $44,000 a year, according data from the Pew Charitable Trusts.
But they earn more than most American women, especially in the private sector, where they make nearly $20,000 per year, said Amanda Johnson, a doctoral student at the University of California, San Diego.
Johnson and her colleagues found that Amish Amishes have earned an average of $43,000 annually, or more than three times the national median.
That’s more than the national average for all women of color, but it’s less than the $65,000 median for black women and the $68,000 average for Hispanic women.
Johnson said the average Amishes earned about 40 percent of their income in salary, about one-third in bonuses, and a third in interest, and nearly all of that money went to pay tuition and fees for their children.
“It’s a very good deal for a working-age Amish man and a very bad deal for working-aged women,” Johnson said.
A family of three with children ages 6 to 15 earns $23,500 annually.
That includes interest, bonuses, bonuses on credit cards, and other deductions, Johnson said in an interview.
It’s not uncommon for a married Amish household to take a family vacation every two years, she said.
The average Amished woman spends more than 20 percent of her annual income on housing and food.