One more reason to become a lobbyist?
The nation’s capital has long been a place that attracts young professionals. Now, information from local income tax data provides some specifics, with a snapshot of the different types of families across D.C. neighborhoods.
“What we found was that childless singles [aka childfree singles] dominate the city,” says Ginger Moored, a fiscal analyst for the office of D.C.’s chief financial officer. (WTOP)