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Situation & Outlook Report

Boone County, MO (29019)
- Geographic-Demographic-Economic Characteristics
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- Updated: 03/10/18

Produced for each of the United States 3,142 counties, this report is a companion product to the ProximityOne Data Service (PDS) and is developed/updated using PDS data resources. It presents selected PDS data used in the development of the ProximityOne Situation & Outlook Outlook2030 demographic-economic projections to 2030.

Contents
This document is organized into these sections:
1.1. Overview & Updates
2.1. General Demographics
2.2. Social Characteristics
2.3. Economic Characteristics
2.4. Housing Characteristics
3.1. Business Establishments
  Situation & Outlook
  Terms of Use
  Statistical Release Dates
  Related Resources
  Using this Document
  Glossary


1.1. Overview

Selected Characteristics
  Item   Value
  Census 2010 Total Population 163,201
  Census 2010 Percent Urban Population 81.21
  Land area 691.0 square miles
  Census 2010 Population Density 235 persons per square mile
  Internal latitude-longitude point 38.989861, -92.310202
  County Boone County, MO (29019)
  Metro/CBSA Columbia, MO MSA (17860)
  Projected Population 2020 185,585
  ... 2030 210,886
  Housing Price Index 2014 (see HPI notes) 337.93 .. %change from 2013 ... 2.55
  .. HPI 2015 345.39 .. %change from 2014 ... 2.21
  .. HPI 2016 360.98 .. %change from 2015 ... 4.51
  Business Establishments 2015 (see CBP notes) 4,649
  .. Business Establishments Employment, 2015 75,408
  .. Business Establishments Payroll, 2015 $2,812,613,000 .. annual pay per employee $37,299

Six Year Change (ACS-based 1-year estimates)
  Item2010 ACS2010-1yr2016 ACS2016-1yrChange% Change
Population 163,232 176,594 13,362 8.19
Housing Units 69,681 75,723 6,042 8.67
  Occupied Units 64,639 68,848 4,209 6.51
  Vacant Units 5,042 6,875 1,833 36.35
%H.S. Graduate 93.0 94.7 1.7 1.8
%College Graduate 50.6 43.9 -6.7 -13.2
Gini Index of Income Inequality (see Gini notes) 0.5080 0.4706 -0.0374 -7.3622
Median Household Income $41,006 $52,752 $11,746 28.64
Median Housing Value $158,500 $178,500 $20,000 12.62
Median Rent $731 $813 $82 11.22

Selected Annual Items (model-based estimates)
- these items among hundreds of others are available annually 2010-2030 in the Outlook2030 estimates & projections database.
- use the interactive table to examine the rank of this county among all counties in the U.S., a state or a metro.
  Item2010201120122013201420152016
Total Population 163,201 166,030 168,746 171,072 172,906 174,546 176,594
  Births 1,972 2,068 2,119 2,180 2,191 2,061 2,119
  Deaths 1,184 942 953 1,079 988 1,036 1,064
  Migration, International 656 656 649 628 692 711 698
  Migration, Domestic 1,056 1,056 881 535 -26 -133 255
Population in Group Quarters 8,998 8,998 9,006 9,010 9,014 9,011 9,019
Population in Households 154,203 157,032 159,740 162,062 163,892 165,535 167,575
Population by Age
  Ages 0-4 10,160 10,236 10,270 10,279 10,398 10,453 10,414
  Ages 5-17 24,177 24,496 24,755 25,067 25,104 25,139 25,320
  Ages 18-34 7,182 7,112 7,065 7,163 7,179 7,230 7,236
  Ages 18+ 128,864 131,298 133,721 135,726 137,404 138,954 140,860
  Ages 85+ 2,296 2,346 2,451 2,515 2,576 2,627 2,701
Population by Gender
  Male 79,206 80,361 81,716 82,902 83,860 84,682 85,677
  Female 83,995 85,669 87,030 88,170 89,046 89,864 90,917
Population by Race/Origin
  White alone 136,417 138,457 140,182 141,779 142,815 143,752 145,204
  Black alone 15,298 15,617 15,854 16,156 16,423 16,570 16,746
  American Indian/Alaska Native alone 723 734 746 739 752 760 761
  Asian alone 6,277 6,651 7,110 7,461 7,848 8,208 8,478
  Native Hawaiian & Other Pacific Islander alone 119 134 175 149 157 186 165
  Two or more races 4,367 4,437 4,679 4,788 4,911 5,070 5,240
  Hispanic 4,984 5,113 5,182 5,293 5,527 5,691 5,776
Total Housing Units 69,674 70,125 71,006 72,076 73,173 74,446 75,723
  Occupied Housing Units/Households 64,190 64,606 65,417 66,403 67,198 69,152 68,848
  Vacant Units 5,484 5,519 5,589 5,673 5,975 5,294 6,875
  New Residential Construction (total units) 607 1,037 1,226 1,230 1,414 1,433 1,304
Median Household Income $42,202 $46,769 $45,885 $49,118 $50,305 $50,865 $52,824

2.1. General Demographic Characteristics - goto top
- based on Census American Community Survey 1-year estimates; ACS 2015 and ACS 2016
- view/compare this area to other areas using county trends interactive table.
  Item2015 ACS2015-1yr2016 ACS2016-1yrChange% Change
    
GENDER AND AGE     
 Total population 174,974 176,594 1,620 0.9
  Male 84,675 86,362 1,687 2.0
  Female 90,299 90,232 -67 -0.1
    
  Under 5 years 11,250 10,462 -788 -7.0
  5 to 9 years 9,650 8,795 -855 -8.9
  10 to 14 years 9,351 11,093 1,742 18.6
  15 to 19 years 16,556 14,918 -1,638 -9.9
  20 to 24 years 24,065 25,466 1,401 5.8
  25 to 34 years 27,409 27,430 21 0.1
  35 to 44 years 20,404 19,897 -507 -2.5
  45 to 54 years 18,898 19,265 367 1.9
  55 to 59 years 9,630 10,290 660 6.9
  60 to 64 years 9,545 8,410 -1,135 -11.9
  65 to 74 years 10,712 12,307 1,595 14.9
  75 to 84 years 4,940 6,713 1,773 35.9
  85 years and over 2,564 1,548 -1,016 -39.6
    
  Median age (years) 30.4 30.6 0.2 0.7
    
  18 years and over 139,106 140,657 1,551 1.1
  21 years and over 123,092 128,208 5,116 4.2
  62 years and over 23,519 25,179 1,660 7.1
  65 years and over 18,216 20,568 2,352 12.9
    
  18 years and over 139,106 140,657 1,551 1.1
   Male 66,015 67,533 1,518 2.3
   Female 73,091 73,124 33 0.0
    
  65 years and over 18,216 20,568 2,352 12.9
   Male 7,881 9,055 1,174 14.9
   Female 10,335 11,513 1,178 11.4
    
RACE     
 Total population 174,974 176,594 1,620 0.9
  One race 167,294 171,550 4,256 2.5
  Two or more races 7,680 5,044 -2,636 -34.3
    
 One race 167,294 171,550 4,256 2.5
  White 141,836 142,618 782 0.6
  Black or African American 15,701 16,256 555 3.5
  American Indian and Alaska Native 530 811 281 53.0
   Cherokee tribal grouping ............
   Chippewa tribal grouping ............
   Navajo tribal grouping ............
   Sioux tribal grouping ............
  Asian 7,069 9,021 1,952 27.6
   Asian Indian 1,180 2,917 1,737 147.2
   Chinese 2,615 3,197 582 22.3
   Filipino 654 83 -571 -87.3
   Japanese 193 247 54 28.0
   Korean 680 431 -249 -36.6
   Vietnamese 380 29 -351 -92.4
   Other Asian 1,367 2,117 750 54.9
  Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander 310 23 -287 -92.6
   Native Hawaiian ............
   Guamanian or Chamorro ............
   Samoan ............
   Other Pacific Islander ............
  Some other race 1,848 2,821 973 52.7
 Two or more races 7,680 5,044 -2,636 -34.3
  White and Black or African American 2,976 3,293 317 10.7
  White and American Indian and Alaska Native 1,415 665 -750 -53.0
  White and Asian 2,121 581 -1,540 -72.6
  Black or African American and American Indian and Alaska Native 342.........
    
Race alone or in combination with one or more other races     
 Total population 174,974 176,594 1,620 0.9
  White 148,876 147,488 -1,388 -0.9
  Black or African American 19,168 19,839 671 3.5
  American Indian and Alaska Native 2,331 1,652 -679 -29.1
  Asian 9,593 9,735 142 1.5
  Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander 562.........
  Some other race 2,298 3,012 714 31.1
    
HISPANIC OR LATINO AND RACE     
 Total population 174,974 176,594 1,620 0.9
  Hispanic or Latino (of any race) 5,838 5,776 -62 -1.1
   Mexican 2,848.........
   Puerto Rican 470.........
   Cuban 373.........
   Other Hispanic or Latino 2,147.........
  Not Hispanic or Latino 169,136 170,818 1,682 1.0
   White alone 138,697 140,175 1,478 1.1
   Black or African American alone 15,624 16,256 632 4.0
   American Indian and Alaska Native alone 259 755 496 191.5
   Asian alone 7,069 8,852 1,783 25.2
   Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone 126 23 -103 -81.7
   Some other race alone 396 286 -110 -27.8
   Two or more races 6,965 4,471 -2,494 -35.8
    Two races including Some other race 3 49 46 1533.3
    Two races excluding Some other race, and Three or more races 6,962 4,422 -2,540 -36.5
    
Total housing units 74,446 75,723 1,277 1.7
    
CITIZEN, VOTING AGE POPULATION     
Citizen, 18 and over population 133,071 134,202 1,131 0.8
 Male 62,816 64,196 1,380 2.2
 Female 70,255 70,006 -249 -0.4
    

 
2.2. Social Characteristics - goto top
- based on Census American Community Survey 1-year estimates; ACS 2015 and ACS 2016
- view/compare this area to other areas using county trends interactive table.
  Item2015 ACS2015-1yr2016 ACS2016-1yrChange% Change
HOUSEHOLDS BY TYPE     
 Total households 69,152 68,848 -304 -0.4
  Family households (families) 37,099 39,966 2,867 7.7
   With own children of the householder under 18 years 17,450 18,557 1,107 6.3
  Married-couple family 30,585 30,278 -307 -1.0
   With own children of the householder under 18 years 13,309 12,532 -777 -5.8
  Male householder, no wife present, family 2,003 2,289 286 14.3
   With own children of the householder under 18 years 1,145 1,222 77 6.7
  Female householder, no husband present, family 4,511 7,399 2,888 64.0
   With own children of the householder under 18 years 2,996 4,803 1,807 60.3
  Nonfamily households 32,053 28,882 -3,171 -9.9
   Householder living alone 23,057 21,228 -1,829 -7.9
    65 years and over 5,543 5,072 -471 -8.5
    
  Households with one or more people under 18 years 18,603 20,513 1,910 10.3
  Households with one or more people 65 years and over 12,906 14,181 1,275 9.9
    
  Average household size 2.39 2.43 0.04 1.7
  Average family size 3.12 3.01 -0.11 -3.5
    
RELATIONSHIP     
 Population in households 165,538 167,465 1,927 1.2
  Householder 69,152 68,848 -304 -0.4
  Spouse 30,746 30,263 -483 -1.6
  Child 42,534 42,041 -493 -1.2
  Other relatives 5,508 8,052 2,544 46.2
  Nonrelatives 17,598 18,261 663 3.8
   Unmarried partner 4,135 3,970 -165 -4.0
    
MARITAL STATUS     
 Males 15 years and over 69,041 70,715 1,674 2.4
  Never married 30,789 32,505 1,716 5.6
  Now married, except separated 29,380 31,197 1,817 6.2
  Separated 690 722 32 4.6
  Widowed 1,075 1,306 231 21.5
  Divorced 7,107 4,985 -2,122 -29.9
    
 Females 15 years and over 75,682 75,529 -153 -0.2
  Never married 27,611 30,451 2,840 10.3
  Now married, except separated 33,882 31,905 -1,977 -5.8
  Separated 929 793 -136 -14.6
  Widowed 5,123 4,379 -744 -14.5
  Divorced 8,137 8,001 -136 -1.7
    
FERTILITY     
  Number of women 15 to 50 years old who had a birth in the past 12 months 2,204 1,780 -424 -19.2
  Unmarried women (widowed, divorced, and never married) 448 848 400 89.3
   Per 1,000 unmarried women 15 26 11 73.3
  Per 1,000 women 15 to 50 years old 43 35 -8 -18.6
  Per 1,000 women 15 to 19 years old 8.........
  Per 1,000 women 20 to 34 years old 63 55 -8 -12.7
  Per 1,000 women 35 to 50 years old 27 20 -7 -25.9
    
GRANDPARENTS     
 Number of grandparents living with own grandchildren under 18 years ............
  Grandparents responsible for grandchildren ............
Years responsible for grandchildren     
   Less than 1 year ............
   1 or 2 years ............
   3 or 4 years ............
   5 or more years ............
    
 Number of grandparents responsible for own grandchildren under 18 years ............
  Who are female ... 1,051......
  Who are married ... 1,763......
    
SCHOOL ENROLLMENT     
 Population 3 years and over enrolled in school 64,400 59,279 -5,121 -8.0
  Nursery school, preschool 1,811 2,689 878 48.5
  Kindergarten 2,098 1,454 -644 -30.7
  Elementary school (grades 1-8) 15,554 16,511 957 6.2
  High school (grades 9-12) 8,524 7,246 -1,278 -15.0
  College or graduate school 36,413 31,379 -5,034 -13.8
    
EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT     
 Population 25 years and over 104,102 105,860 1,758 1.7
  Less than 9th grade 2,121 2,054 -67 -3.2
  9th to 12th grade, no diploma 3,987 3,543 -444 -11.1
  High school graduate (includes equivalency) 22,139 22,503 364 1.6
  Some college, no degree 18,998 22,341 3,343 17.6
  Associate's degree 6,408 8,965 2,557 39.9
  Bachelor's degree 28,486 26,710 -1,776 -6.2
  Graduate or professional degree 21,963 19,744 -2,219 -10.1
    
  Percent high school graduate or higher 94.1 94.7 0.6 0.6
  Percent bachelor's degree or higher 48.5 43.9 -4.6 -9.5
    
VETERAN STATUS     
 Civilian population 18 years and over 138,927 140,324 1,397 1.0
  Civilian veterans 9,939 8,724 -1,215 -12.2
    
DISABILITY STATUS OF THE CIVILIAN NONINSTITUTIONALIZED POPULATION     
 Total Civilian Noninstitutionalized Population 173,722 175,132 1,410 0.8
  With a disability 19,643 16,686 -2,957 -15.1
    
 Under 18 years 35,709 35,845 136 0.4
  With a disability 1,716 1,109 -607 -35.4
    
 18 to 64 years 120,332 119,420 -912 -0.8
  With a disability 11,032 8,688 -2,344 -21.2
    
 65 years and over 17,681 19,867 2,186 12.4
  With a disability 6,895 6,889 -6 -0.1
    
RESIDENCE 1 YEAR AGO     
 Population 1 year and over 172,916 174,889 1,973 1.1
  Same house 133,152 134,784 1,632 1.2
  Different house in the U.S. 38,004 38,676 672 1.8
   Same county 21,212 22,732 1,520 7.2
   Different county 16,792 15,944 -848 -5.1
    Same state 10,046 8,499 -1,547 -15.4
    Different state 6,746 7,445 699 10.4
  Abroad 1,760 1,429 -331 -18.8
    
PLACE OF BIRTH     
 Total population 174,974 176,594 1,620 0.9
  Native 163,633 164,736 1,103 0.7
   Born in United States 161,735 163,945 2,210 1.4
    State of residence 112,020 107,298 -4,722 -4.2
    Different state 49,715 56,647 6,932 13.9
   Born in Puerto Rico, U.S. Island areas, or born abroad to American parent( 1,898 791 -1,107 -58.3
  Foreign born 11,341 11,858 517 4.6
    
U.S. CITIZENSHIP STATUS     
 Foreign-born population 11,341 11,858 517 4.6
  Naturalized U.S. citizen 4,707 4,312 -395 -8.4
  Not a U.S. citizen 6,634 7,546 912 13.7
    
YEAR OF ENTRY     
 Population born outside the United States 13,239 12,649 -590 -4.5
    
  Native 1,898 791 -1,107 -58.3
   Entered 2010 or later 91 233 142 156.0
   Entered before 2010 1,807 558 -1,249 -69.1
    
  Foreign born 11,341 11,858 517 4.6
   Entered 2010 or later 4,528 5,448 920 20.3
   Entered before 2010 6,813 6,410 -403 -5.9
    
WORLD REGION OF BIRTH OF FOREIGN BORN     
 Foreign-born population, excluding population born at sea ............
  Europe ............
  Asia ............
  Africa ............
  Oceania ............
  Latin America ............
  Northern America ............
    
LANGUAGE SPOKEN AT HOME     
 Population 5 years and over 163,724 166,132 2,408 1.5
  English only 151,815 153,041 1,226 0.8
  Language other than English 11,909 13,091 1,182 9.9
   Speak English less than "very well" 4,916 3,554 -1,362 -27.7
  Spanish ... 3,774......
   Speak English less than "very well" ... 638......
  Other Indo-European languages ... 3,668......
   Speak English less than "very well" ... 424......
  Asian and Pacific Islander languages ... 4,254......
   Speak English less than "very well" ... 2,079......
  Other languages ... 1,395......
   Speak English less than "very well" ... 413......
    
ANCESTRY     
 Total population 174,974 176,594 1,620 0.9
  American 10,683 11,255 572 5.4
  Arab 690 700 10 1.4
  Czech 655 493 -162 -24.7
  Danish 461 312 -149 -32.3
  Dutch 2,550 1,963 -587 -23.0
  English 16,181 20,533 4,352 26.9
  French (except Basque) 4,666 3,665 -1,001 -21.5
  French Canadian 93 250 157 168.8
  German 45,702 41,437 -4,265 -9.3
  Greek 361 212 -149 -41.3
  Hungarian 113 432 319 282.3
  Irish 19,647 21,488 1,841 9.4
  Italian 5,446 4,295 -1,151 -21.1
  Lithuanian ... 242......
  Norwegian 2,468 1,732 -736 -29.8
  Polish 2,919 3,542 623 21.3
  Portuguese 530.........
  Russian 1,057 1,208 151 14.3
  Scotch-Irish 2,041 1,457 -584 -28.6
  Scottish 2,570 3,484 914 35.6
  Slovak 289 121 -168 -58.1
  Subsaharan African 887 947 60 6.8
  Swedish 2,751 1,791 -960 -34.9
  Swiss 438 831 393 89.7
  Ukrainian 445 923 478 107.4
  Welsh 984 1,095 111 11.3
  West Indian (excluding Hispanic origin groups) 411 222 -189 -46.0
    
COMPUTERS AND INTERNET USE     
 Total households 69,152 68,848 -304 -0.4
  With a computer 64,606 64,413 -193 -0.3
  With a broadband Internet subscription 56,753 58,557 1,804 3.2
    

 
2.3. Economic Characteristics - goto top
- based on Census American Community Survey 1-year estimates; ACS 2015 and ACS 2016
- view/compare this area to other areas using county trends interactive table.
  Item2015 ACS2015-1yr2016 ACS2016-1yrChange% Change
EMPLOYMENT STATUS     
 Population 16 years and over 142,871 144,472 1,601 1.1
  In labor force 94,449 95,046 597 0.6
   Civilian labor force 94,270 94,713 443 0.5
    Employed 90,460 91,624 1,164 1.3
    Unemployed 3,810 3,089 -721 -18.9
   Armed Forces 179 333 154 86.0
  Not in labor force 48,422 49,426 1,004 2.1
    
 Civilian labor force 94,270 94,713 443 0.5
  Unemployment Rate 4.0 3.3 -0.7 -17.5
    
 Females 16 years and over 74,634 74,803 169 0.2
  In labor force 49,059 47,643 -1,416 -2.9
   Civilian labor force 49,059 47,643 -1,416 -2.9
   Employed 46,916 46,122 -794 -1.7
    
Own children of the householder under 6 years 11,935 11,630 -305 -2.6
All parents in family in labor force 9,680 8,829 -851 -8.8
    
 Own children of the householder 6 to 17 years 23,065 22,338 -727 -3.2
  All parents in family in labor force 19,668 18,976 -692 -3.5
    
COMMUTING TO WORK     
 Workers 16 years and over 88,785 91,173 2,388 2.7
  Car, truck, or van -- drove alone 72,424 72,792 368 0.5
  Car, truck, or van -- carpooled 7,088 9,312 2,224 31.4
  Public transportation (excluding taxicab) 1,348 351 -997 -74.0
  Walked 2,631 3,281 650 24.7
  Other means 1,963 1,525 -438 -22.3
  Worked at home 3,331 3,912 581 17.4
    
  Mean travel time to work (minutes) 19.0 17.3 -1.7 -8.9
    
OCCUPATION     
 Civilian employed population 16 years and over 90,460 91,624 1,164 1.3
  Management, business, science, and arts occupations 43,664 41,160 -2,504 -5.7
  Service occupations 12,013 15,502 3,489 29.0
  Sales and office occupations 22,971 20,720 -2,251 -9.8
  Natural resources, construction, and maintenance occupations 4,830 7,294 2,464 51.0
  Production, transportation, and material moving occupations 6,982 6,948 -34 -0.5
    
INDUSTRY     
 Civilian employed population 16 years and over 90,460 91,624 1,164 1.3
  Agriculture, forestry, fishing and hunting, and mining 752 1,071 319 42.4
  Construction 3,815 4,607 792 20.8
  Manufacturing 5,842 6,381 539 9.2
  Wholesale trade 1,735 1,805 70 4.0
  Retail trade 11,263 9,694 -1,569 -13.9
  Transportation and warehousing, and utilities 3,115 3,002 -113 -3.6
  Information 2,032 1,347 -685 -33.7
  Finance and insurance, and real estate and rental and leasing 7,976 6,741 -1,235 -15.5
  Professional, scientific, and management, and administrative and waste man 7,807 7,379 -428 -5.5
  Educational services, and health care and social assistance 31,814 30,181 -1,633 -5.1
  Arts, entertainment, and recreation, and accommodation and food services 8,330 10,473 2,143 25.7
  Other services, except public administration 2,691 5,106 2,415 89.7
  Public administration 3,288 3,837 549 16.7
    
CLASS OF WORKER     
 Civilian employed population 16 years and over 90,460 91,624 1,164 1.3
  Private wage and salary workers 66,218 70,896 4,678 7.1
  Government workers 19,734 16,142 -3,592 -18.2
  Self-employed in own not incorporated business workers 4,204 4,239 35 0.8
  Unpaid family workers 304 347 43 14.1
    
INCOME AND BENEFITS (IN 2015 INFLATION-ADJUSTED DOLLARS)     
 Total households 69,152 68,848 -304 -0.4
  Less than $10,000 8,357 6,223 -2,134 -25.5
  $10,000 to $14,999 3,572 3,889 317 8.9
  $15,000 to $24,999 6,200 7,075 875 14.1
  $25,000 to $34,999 6,706 7,163 457 6.8
  $35,000 to $49,999 9,274 7,905 -1,369 -14.8
  $50,000 to $74,999 13,003 11,881 -1,122 -8.6
  $75,000 to $99,999 7,689 10,096 2,407 31.3
  $100,000 to $149,999 9,097 8,866 -231 -2.5
  $150,000 to $199,999 3,220 2,811 -409 -12.7
  $200,000 or more 2,034 2,939 905 44.5
  Median household income (dollars) 50,520 52,752 2,232 4.4
  Mean household income (dollars) 66,751 70,450 3,699 5.5
    
  With earnings 57,386 56,924 -462 -0.8
   Mean earnings (dollars) 66,281 70,014 3,733 5.6
  With Social Security 15,041 16,167 1,126 7.5
   Mean Social Security income (dollars) 17,232 18,739 1,507 8.7
  With retirement income 10,072 10,719 647 6.4
   Mean retirement income (dollars) 24,810 28,936 4,126 16.6
    
  With Supplemental Security Income 1,985 2,011 26 1.3
   Mean Supplemental Security Income (dollars) 10,601 9,667 -934 -8.8
  With cash public assistance income 1,305 1,219 -86 -6.6
   Mean cash public assistance income (dollars) 3,336 2,297 -1,039 -31.1
  With Food Stamp/SNAP benefits in the past 12 months 5,451 5,987 536 9.8
    
 Families 37,099 39,966 2,867 7.7
  Less than $10,000 1,133 1,690 557 49.2
  $10,000 to $14,999 638 1,677 1,039 162.9
  $15,000 to $24,999 1,901 3,007 1,106 58.2
  $25,000 to $34,999 2,790 2,818 28 1.0
  $35,000 to $49,999 4,317 4,240 -77 -1.8
  $50,000 to $74,999 8,892 6,603 -2,289 -25.7
  $75,000 to $99,999 5,675 7,602 1,927 34.0
  $100,000 to $149,999 7,444 7,051 -393 -5.3
  $150,000 to $199,999 2,777 2,453 -324 -11.7
  $200,000 or more 1,532 2,825 1,293 84.4
  Median family income (dollars) 72,446 74,674 2,228 3.1
  Mean family income (dollars) 87,562 89,702 2,140 2.4
    
  Per capita income (dollars) 26,609 29,116 2,507 9.4
    
 Nonfamily households 32,053 28,882 -3,171 -9.9
  Median nonfamily income (dollars) 28,222 29,759 1,537 5.4
  Mean nonfamily income (dollars) 41,628 41,440 -188 -0.5
    
 Median earnings for workers (dollars) 27,552 29,076 1,524 5.5
 Median earnings for male full-time, year-round workers (dollars) 42,334 45,910 3,576 8.4
 Median earnings for female full-time, year-round workers (dollars) 37,809 37,245 -564 -1.5
    
HEALTH INSURANCE COVERAGE     
 Civilian noninstitutionalized population 173,722 175,132 1,410 0.8
  With health insurance coverage 163,476 163,671 195 0.1
   With private health insurance 146,728 140,274 -6,454 -4.4
   With public coverage 33,729 41,401 7,672 22.7
  No health insurance coverage 10,246 11,461 1,215 11.9
    
 Civilian noninstitutionalized population under 18 years 35,709 35,845 136 0.4
  No health insurance coverage 1,692 832 -860 -50.8
    
 Civilian noninstitutionalized population 18 to 64 years 120,332 119,420 -912 -0.8
  In labor force: 89,503 89,542 39 0.0
   Employed: 85,693 86,669 976 1.1
    With health insurance coverage 80,273 78,789 -1,484 -1.8
     With private health insurance 78,499 76,947 -1,552 -2.0
     With public coverage 3,350 3,449 99 3.0
    No health insurance coverage 5,420 7,880 2,460 45.4
   Unemployed: 3,810 2,873 -937 -24.6
    With health insurance coverage 2,931 2,451 -480 -16.4
     With private health insurance 2,254 1,697 -557 -24.7
     With public coverage 838 787 -51 -6.1
    No health insurance coverage 879 422 -457 -52.0
  Not in labor force: 30,829 29,878 -951 -3.1
   With health insurance coverage 28,648 27,551 -1,097 -3.8
    With private health insurance 23,879 22,841 -1,038 -4.3
    With public coverage 5,904 6,051 147 2.5
   No health insurance coverage 2,181 2,327 146 6.7
    
Percent Families & People with Income in Past 12 Months Below Poverty Leve    
 All families 6.9 10.9 4.0 58.0
  With related children of the householder under 18 years 9.0 15.3 6.3 70.0
   With related children of the householder under 5 years only 16.5 22.0 5.5 33.3
 Married couple families 3.5 5.5 2.0 57.1
  With related children of the householder under 18 years 2.2 7.6 5.4 245.5
   With related children of the householder under 5 years only 1.6 17.6 16.0 1000.0
 Families with female householder, no husband present 24.6 28.9 4.3 17.5
  With related children of the householder under 18 years 32.5 33.4 0.9 2.8
   With related children of the householder under 5 years only 62.1 40.4 -21.7 -34.9
    
 All people 18.5 17.5 -1.0 -5.4
 Under 18 years 10.4 16.9 6.5 62.5
  Related children of the householder under 18 years 10.1 16.0 5.9 58.4
   Related children of the householder under 5 years 17.9 16.1 -1.8 -10.1
   Related children of the householder 5 to 17 years 6.5 16.0 9.5 146.2
 18 years and over 20.6 17.7 -2.9 -14.1
 18 to 64 years 22.5 19.8 -2.7 -12.0
 65 years and over 9.0 5.6 -3.4 -37.8
 People in families 6.8 11.2 4.4 64.7
 Unrelated individuals 15 years and over 45.5 33.5 -12.0 -26.4
    

 
2.4. Housing Characteristics - goto top
- based on Census American Community Survey 1-year estimates; ACS 2015 and ACS 2016
- view/compare this area to other areas using county trends interactive table.
  Item2015 ACS2015-1yr2016 ACS2016-1yrChange% Change
HOUSING OCCUPANCY     
 Total housing units 74,446 75,723 1,277 1.7
  Occupied housing units 69,152 68,848 -304 -0.4
  Vacant housing units 5,294 6,875 1,581 29.9
    
  Homeowner vacancy rate 1.7 0.6 -1.1 -64.7
  Rental vacancy rate 2.9 7.3 4.4 151.7
    
UNITS IN STRUCTURE     
 Total housing units 74,446 75,723 1,277 1.7
 1-unit, detached 44,635 42,141 -2,494 -5.6
 1-unit, attached 4,081 3,632 -449 -11.0
 2 units 4,607 5,887 1,280 27.8
 3 or 4 units 4,931 5,116 185 3.8
 5 to 9 units 5,681 6,607 926 16.3
 10 to 19 units 3,877 4,264 387 10.0
 20 or more units 4,092 4,036 -56 -1.4
 Mobile home 2,542 4,040 1,498 58.9
 Boat, RV, van, etc. ............
    
YEAR STRUCTURE BUILT     
 Total housing units 74,446 75,723 1,277 1.7
 Built 2014 or later 207 1,833 1,626 785.5
 Built 2010 to 2013 4,318 4,349 31 0.7
 Built 2000 to 2009 16,643 16,389 -254 -1.5
 Built 1990 to 1999 14,971 13,118 -1,853 -12.4
 Built 1980 to 1989 8,324 11,423 3,099 37.2
 Built 1970 to 1979 13,850 11,514 -2,336 -16.9
 Built 1960 to 1969 6,550 7,554 1,004 15.3
 Built 1950 to 1959 4,222 2,990 -1,232 -29.2
 Built 1940 to 1949 1,266 2,116 850 67.1
 Built 1939 or earlier 4,095 4,437 342 8.4
    
ROOMS     
 Total housing units 74,446 75,723 1,277 1.7
 1 room 2,325 837 -1,488 -64.0
 2 rooms 1,268 2,261 993 78.3
 3 rooms 5,626 5,972 346 6.2
 4 rooms 13,106 12,748 -358 -2.7
 5 rooms 13,665 16,344 2,679 19.6
 6 rooms 11,475 12,520 1,045 9.1
 7 rooms 8,451 7,868 -583 -6.9
 8 rooms 7,829 5,624 -2,205 -28.2
 9 rooms or more 10,701 11,549 848 7.9
 Median rooms 5.6 5.5 -0.1 -1.8
    
BEDROOMS     
 Total housing units 74,446 75,723 1,277 1.7
 No bedroom 2,424 883 -1,541 -63.6
 1 bedroom 4,857 6,362 1,505 31.0
 2 bedrooms 18,780 20,067 1,287 6.9
 3 bedrooms 28,897 28,514 -383 -1.3
 4 bedrooms 14,298 15,452 1,154 8.1
 5 or more bedrooms 5,190 4,445 -745 -14.4
    
HOUSING TENURE     
 Occupied housing units 69,152 68,848 -304 -0.4
  Owner-occupied 38,582 35,682 -2,900 -7.5
  Renter-occupied 30,570 33,166 2,596 8.5
    
  Average household size of owner-occupied unit 2.66 2.57 -0.09 -3.4
  Average household size of renter-occupied unit 2.06 2.28 0.22 10.7
    
YEAR HOUSEHOLDER MOVED INTO UNIT     
 Occupied housing units 69,152 68,848 -304 -0.4
  Moved in 2015 or later 9,328 20,018 10,690 114.6
  Moved in 2010 to 2014 27,639 21,141 -6,498 -23.5
  Moved in 2000 to 2009 18,432 15,876 -2,556 -13.9
  Moved in 1990 to 1999 8,098 6,433 -1,665 -20.6
  Moved in 1980 to 1989 3,058 3,628 570 18.6
  Moved in 1979 and earlier 2,597 1,752 -845 -32.5
    
VEHICLES AVAILABLE     
 Occupied housing units 69,152 68,848 -304 -0.4
  No vehicles available 4,896 3,267 -1,629 -33.3
  1 vehicle available 24,116 26,027 1,911 7.9
  2 vehicles available 27,277 26,199 -1,078 -4.0
  3 or more vehicles available 12,863 13,355 492 3.8
    
HOUSE HEATING FUEL     
 Occupied housing units 69,152 68,848 -304 -0.4
  Utility gas 35,499 32,903 -2,596 -7.3
  Bottled, tank, or LP gas 5,365 4,085 -1,280 -23.9
  Electricity 25,813 30,325 4,512 17.5
  Fuel oil, kerosene, etc. 147.........
  Coal or coke ............
  Wood 1,177 1,066 -111 -9.4
  Solar energy 38.........
  Other fuel 154 222 68 44.2
  No fuel used 959 247 -712 -74.2
    
SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS     
 Occupied housing units 69,152 68,848 -304 -0.4
  Lacking complete plumbing facilities 267 95 -172 -64.4
  Lacking complete kitchen facilities 579 419 -160 -27.6
  No telephone service available 1,441 1,956 515 35.7
    
OCCUPANTS PER ROOM     
 Occupied housing units 69,152 68,848 -304 -0.4
  1.00 or less 68,321 67,714 -607 -0.9
  1.01 to 1.50 452 670 218 48.2
  1.51 or more 379 464 85 22.4
    
VALUE     
 Owner-occupied units 38,582 35,682 -2,900 -7.5
  Less than $50,000 1,365 2,256 891 65.3
  $50,000 to $99,999 3,643 3,185 -458 -12.6
  $100,000 to $149,999 8,948 7,776 -1,172 -13.1
  $150,000 to $199,999 7,024 7,273 249 3.5
  $200,000 to $299,999 10,131 8,645 -1,486 -14.7
  $300,000 to $499,999 5,490 5,316 -174 -3.2
  $500,000 to $999,999 1,742 1,192 -550 -31.6
  $1,000,000 or more 239 39 -200 -83.7
  Median (dollars) 181,000 178,500 -2,500 -1.4
    
MORTGAGE STATUS     
 Owner-occupied units 38,582 35,682 -2,900 -7.5
  Housing units with a mortgage 27,152 21,867 -5,285 -19.5
  Housing units without a mortgage 11,430 13,815 2,385 20.9
    
SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS (SMOC)     
 Housing units with a mortgage 27,152 21,867 -5,285 -19.5
  Less than $500 135 388 253 187.4
  $500 to $999 6,270 5,711 -559 -8.9
  $1,000 to $1,499 11,521 8,153 -3,368 -29.2
  $1,500 to $1,999 5,616 4,728 -888 -15.8
  $2,000 to $2,499 1,729 1,878 149 8.6
  $2,500 to $2,999 1,112 458 -654 -58.8
  $3,000 or more 769 551 -218 -28.3
  Median (dollars) 1,248 1,307 59 4.7
    
 Housing units without a mortgage 11,430 13,815 2,385 20.9
  Less than $250 1,503 1,470 -33 -2.2
  $250 to $399 2,629 3,951 1,322 50.3
  $400 to $599 4,116 6,135 2,019 49.1
  $600 to $799 2,297 1,758 -539 -23.5
  $800 to $999 333 215 -118 -35.4
  $1,000 or more 552 286 -266 -48.2
  Median (dollars) 465 433 -32 -6.9
    
Monthly Owner Costs as Percent of Household Income (SMOCAPI)     
 Housing units with a mortgage (excluding units where SMOCAPI cannot be com 27,152 21,786 -5,366 -19.8
  Less than 20.0 percent 13,386 12,228 -1,158 -8.7
  20.0 to 24.9 percent 5,885 4,691 -1,194 -20.3
  25.0 to 29.9 percent 2,277 1,162 -1,115 -49.0
  30.0 to 34.9 percent 2,181 1,246 -935 -42.9
  35.0 percent or more 3,423 2,459 -964 -28.2
    
  Not computed ... 81......
    
 Housing unit without a mortgage (excl units where SMOCAPI cannot be comput 11,238 13,731 2,493 22.2
  Less than 10.0 percent 5,568 6,620 1,052 18.9
  10.0 to 14.9 percent 2,546 3,492 946 37.2
  15.0 to 19.9 percent 1,053 1,073 20 1.9
  20.0 to 24.9 percent 920 1,007 87 9.5
  25.0 to 29.9 percent 513 451 -62 -12.1
  30.0 to 34.9 percent 148 199 51 34.5
  35.0 percent or more 490 889 399 81.4
    
  Not computed 192 84 -108 -56.3
    
GROSS RENT     
 Occupied units paying rent 29,713 32,209 2,496 8.4
  Less than $500 3,444 2,977 -467 -13.6
  $500 to $999 18,375 20,071 1,696 9.2
  $1,000 to $1,499 5,109 7,744 2,635 51.6
  $1,500 to $1,999 1,251 1,104 -147 -11.8
  $2,000 to $2,499 1,250 224 -1,026 -82.1
  $2,500 to $2,999 103 89 -14 -13.6
  $3,000 or more 181.........
  Median (dollars) 769 813 44 5.7
    
  No rent paid 857 957 100 11.7
    
Gross Rent as Percent of Household Income (GRAPI)     
 Occupied units paying rent (excluding units where GRAPI cannot be computed 27,247 30,943 3,696 13.6
  Less than 15.0 percent 3,520 4,558 1,038 29.5
  15.0 to 19.9 percent 3,834 4,744 910 23.7
  20.0 to 24.9 percent 3,051 3,926 875 28.7
  25.0 to 29.9 percent 2,494 3,111 617 24.7
  30.0 to 34.9 percent 1,758 1,979 221 12.6
  35.0 percent or more 12,590 12,625 35 0.3
    
  Not computed 3,323 2,223 -1,100 -33.1

3.1. Business Establishment Characteristics - goto top
- based on Census County Business Patterns ZBP ... see usage notes below
- view/compare this area to other areas using business establishments interactive table.
- this section expands to include 2016 data in May 2018.
  Industry2015
Establishments
2016
Establishments
Change% Change
  ------ Total for all sectors 4,649 ... ... ...
  11----   Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing and Hunting 17 ... ... ...
  113///    Forestry and Logging 3 ... ... ...
  114///    Fishing, Hunting and Trapping 1 ... ... ...
  115///    Support Activities for Agriculture and Forestry 13 ... ... ...
  21----   Mining, Quarrying, and Oil and Gas Extraction 3 ... ... ...
  212///    Mining (except Oil and Gas) 3 ... ... ...
  22----   Utilities 4 ... ... ...
  221///    Utilities 4 ... ... ...
  23----   Construction 494 ... ... ...
  236///    Construction of Buildings 176 ... ... ...
  237///    Heavy and Civil Engineering Construction 17 ... ... ...
  238///    Specialty Trade Contractors 301 ... ... ...
  31----   Manufacturing 96 ... ... ...
  311///    Food Manufacturing 10 ... ... ...
  312///    Beverage and Tobacco Product Manufacturing 6 ... ... ...
  313///    Textile Mills 1 ... ... ...
  314///    Textile Product Mills 5 ... ... ...
  315///    Apparel Manufacturing 1 ... ... ...
  321///    Wood Product Manufacturing 3 ... ... ...
  323///    Printing and Related Support Activities 13 ... ... ...
  324///    Petroleum and Coal Products Manufacturing 1 ... ... ...
  325///    Chemical Manufacturing 2 ... ... ...
  326///    Plastics and Rubber Products Manufacturing 4 ... ... ...
  327///    Nonmetallic Mineral Product Manufacturing 4 ... ... ...
  332///    Fabricated Metal Product Manufacturing 5 ... ... ...
  333///    Machinery Manufacturing 8 ... ... ...
  334///    Computer and Electronic Product Manufacturing 5 ... ... ...
  335///    Electrical Equipment, Appliance, and Component Manufacturing 2 ... ... ...
  336///    Transportation Equipment Manufacturing 3 ... ... ...
  337///    Furniture and Related Product Manufacturing 7 ... ... ...
  339///    Miscellaneous Manufacturing 16 ... ... ...
  42----   Wholesale Trade 173 ... ... ...
  423///    Merchant Wholesalers, Durable Goods 111 ... ... ...
  424///    Merchant Wholesalers, Nondurable Goods 37 ... ... ...
  425///    Wholesale Electronic Markets and Agents and Brokers 25 ... ... ...
  44----   Retail Trade 627 ... ... ...
  441///    Motor Vehicle and Parts Dealers 78 ... ... ...
  442///    Furniture and Home Furnishings Stores 33 ... ... ...
  443///    Electronics and Appliance Stores 28 ... ... ...
  444///    Building Material and Garden Equipment and Supplies Dealers 56 ... ... ...
  445///    Food and Beverage Stores 56 ... ... ...
  446///    Health and Personal Care Stores 46 ... ... ...
  447///    Gasoline Stations 63 ... ... ...
  448///    Clothing and Clothing Accessories Stores 95 ... ... ...
  451///    Sporting Goods, Hobby, Musical Instrument, and Book Stores 42 ... ... ...
  452///    General Merchandise Stores 22 ... ... ...
  453///    Miscellaneous Store Retailers 57 ... ... ...
  454///    Nonstore Retailers 51 ... ... ...
  48----   Transportation and Warehousing 100 ... ... ...
  484///    Truck Transportation 64 ... ... ...
  485///    Transit and Ground Passenger Transportation 9 ... ... ...
  486///    Pipeline Transportation 5 ... ... ...
  488///    Support Activities for Transportation 13 ... ... ...
  492///    Couriers and Messengers 6 ... ... ...
  493///    Warehousing and Storage 3 ... ... ...
  51----   Information 83 ... ... ...
  511///    Publishing Industries (except Internet) 14 ... ... ...
  512///    Motion Picture and Sound Recording Industries 9 ... ... ...
  515///    Broadcasting (except Internet) 5 ... ... ...
  517///    Telecommunications 38 ... ... ...
  518///    Data Processing, Hosting, and Related Services 4 ... ... ...
  519///    Other Information Services 13 ... ... ...
  52----   Finance and Insurance 304 ... ... ...
  522///    Credit Intermediation and Related Activities 130 ... ... ...
  523///    Securities, Commodity Contracts, and Other Financial Investm 42 ... ... ...
  524///    Insurance Carriers and Related Activities 131 ... ... ...
  525///    Funds, Trusts, and Other Financial Vehicles 1 ... ... ...
  53----   Real Estate and Rental and Leasing 261 ... ... ...
  531///    Real Estate 222 ... ... ...
  532///    Rental and Leasing Services 37 ... ... ...
  533///    Lessors of Nonfinancial Intangible Assets (except Copyrighte 2 ... ... ...
  54----   Professional, Scientific, and Technical Services 423 ... ... ...
  541///    Professional, Scientific, and Technical Services 423 ... ... ...
  55----   Management of Companies and Enterprises 29 ... ... ...
  551///    Management of Companies and Enterprises 29 ... ... ...
  56----   Administrative and Support and Waste Management and Remediat 263 ... ... ...
  561///    Administrative and Support Services 257 ... ... ...
  562///    Waste Management and Remediation Services 6 ... ... ...
  61----   Educational Services 55 ... ... ...
  611///    Educational Services 55 ... ... ...
  62----   Health Care and Social Assistance 719 ... ... ...
  621///    Ambulatory Health Care Services 405 ... ... ...
  6211//     Offices of Physicians 169 ... ... ...
  62111/      Offices of Physicians 169 ... ... ...
  621111       Offices of Physicians (except Mental Health Specialists) 160 ... ... ...
  621112       Offices of Physicians, Mental Health Specialists 9 ... ... ...
  6212//     Offices of Dentists 65 ... ... ...
  62121/      Offices of Dentists 65 ... ... ...
  6213//     Offices of Other Health Practitioners 100 ... ... ...
  62131/      Offices of Chiropractors 25 ... ... ...
  62132/      Offices of Optometrists 17 ... ... ...
  62133/      Offices of Mental Health Practitioners (except Physicians) 17 ... ... ...
  62134/      Offices of Physical, Occupational and Speech Therapists, and 26 ... ... ...
  62139/      Offices of All Other Health Practitioners 15 ... ... ...
  621391       Offices of Podiatrists 1 ... ... ...
  621399       Offices of All Other Miscellaneous Health Practitioners 14 ... ... ...
  6214//     Outpatient Care Centers 27 ... ... ...
  62141/      Family Planning Centers 2 ... ... ...
  62142/      Outpatient Mental Health and Substance Abuse Centers 9 ... ... ...
  62149/      Other Outpatient Care Centers 16 ... ... ...
  621492       Kidney Dialysis Centers 5 ... ... ...
  621493       Freestanding Ambulatory Surgical and Emergency Centers 4 ... ... ...
  621498       All Other Outpatient Care Centers 7 ... ... ...
  6215//     Medical and Diagnostic Laboratories 13 ... ... ...
  62151/      Medical and Diagnostic Laboratories 13 ... ... ...
  621511       Medical Laboratories 8 ... ... ...
  621512       Diagnostic Imaging Centers 5 ... ... ...
  6216//     Home Health Care Services 20 ... ... ...
  62161/      Home Health Care Services 20 ... ... ...
  6219//     Other Ambulatory Health Care Services 11 ... ... ...
  62191/      Ambulance Services 1 ... ... ...
  62199/      All Other Ambulatory Health Care Services 10 ... ... ...
  621991       Blood and Organ Banks 3 ... ... ...
  621999       All Other Miscellaneous Ambulatory Health Care Services 7 ... ... ...
  622///    Hospitals 8 ... ... ...
  6221//     General Medical and Surgical Hospitals 5 ... ... ...
  62211/      General Medical and Surgical Hospitals 5 ... ... ...
  6222//     Psychiatric and Substance Abuse Hospitals 1 ... ... ...
  62221/      Psychiatric and Substance Abuse Hospitals 1 ... ... ...
  6223//     Specialty (except Psychiatric and Substance Abuse) Hospitals 2 ... ... ...
  62231/      Specialty (except Psychiatric and Substance Abuse) Hospitals 2 ... ... ...
  623///    Nursing and Residential Care Facilities 54 ... ... ...
  6231//     Nursing Care Facilities (Skilled Nursing Facilities) 11 ... ... ...
  62311/      Nursing Care Facilities (Skilled Nursing Facilities) 11 ... ... ...
  6232//     Residential Intellectual and Developmental Disability, Menta 21 ... ... ...
  62321/      Residential Intellectual and Developmental Disability Facili 16 ... ... ...
  62322/      Residential Mental Health and Substance Abuse Facilities 5 ... ... ...
  6233//     Continuing Care Retirement Communities and Assisted Living F 14 ... ... ...
  62331/      Continuing Care Retirement Communities and Assisted Living F 14 ... ... ...
  623311       Continuing Care Retirement Communities 4 ... ... ...
  623312       Assisted Living Facilities for the Elderly 10 ... ... ...
  6239//     Other Residential Care Facilities 8 ... ... ...
  62399/      Other Residential Care Facilities 8 ... ... ...
  624///    Social Assistance 252 ... ... ...
  6241//     Individual and Family Services 165 ... ... ...
  62411/      Child and Youth Services 7 ... ... ...
  62412/      Services for the Elderly and Persons with Disabilities 142 ... ... ...
  62419/      Other Individual and Family Services 16 ... ... ...
  6242//     Community Food and Housing, and Emergency and Other Relief S 7 ... ... ...
  62421/      Community Food Services 4 ... ... ...
  62422/      Community Housing Services 3 ... ... ...
  624221       Temporary Shelters 3 ... ... ...
  6243//     Vocational Rehabilitation Services 6 ... ... ...
  62431/      Vocational Rehabilitation Services 6 ... ... ...
  6244//     Child Day Care Services 74 ... ... ...
  62441/      Child Day Care Services 74 ... ... ...
  71----   Arts, Entertainment, and Recreation 83 ... ... ...
  711///    Performing Arts, Spectator Sports, and Related Industries 19 ... ... ...
  712///    Museums, Historical Sites, and Similar Institutions 3 ... ... ...
  713///    Amusement, Gambling, and Recreation Industries 61 ... ... ...
  72----   Accommodation and Food Services 452 ... ... ...
  721///    Accommodation 66 ... ... ...
  722///    Food Services and Drinking Places 386 ... ... ...
  81----   Other Services (except Public Administration) 433 ... ... ...
  811///    Repair and Maintenance 114 ... ... ...
  812///    Personal and Laundry Services 122 ... ... ...
  813///    Religious, Grantmaking, Civic, Professional, and Similar Org 197 ... ... ...
  99----   Industries not classified 30 ... ... ...

Source: ProximityOne and Census Bureau.
Notes:
  negative values in 2015, 2016 data columns indicate data not available.

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ACS Survey-based Estimates. goto top All Census Bureau American Community Survey (ACS) estimates are subject to errors of estimation and other sources of error. ACS 1-year estimates are available for approximately 810 counties having population of 65,000 or more. ACS 1-year estimates are used to develop the profile when available for a specific county; otherwise ACS 5-year estimates are used.
- The ACS 1-year estimates reflect more current conditions compared to the ACS 5-year estimate.
- ACS 2015 5-year estimates are centric to mid 2013; ACS 2016 5-year estimates are centric to mid 2014.
- ACS 2015 1-year estimates are calendar year 2015 data; ACS 2016 1-year estimates are calendar year 2016 data.
ACS Data Values & Top-coding.
- ACS 2015 median housing value is top-coded at $1,000,000
- ACS 2016 median housing value is top-coded at $2,000,000

Negative values appearing in the data columns 2015 and 2016 indicate data not available. Note that a value of zero appearing in the data columns 2015 and 2016 may not in actuality be zero; as described above, these are estimates based on survey respondent data.

Gini Index & Measuring Income Inequality. goto top The Gini Index is a dimensionless statistic that can be used as a measure of income inequality. The Gini index varies from 0 to 1, with a 0 indicating perfect equality, where there is a proportional distribution of income. A Gini index of 1 indicates perfect inequality, where one household has all the income and all others have no income.

At the national level, the 2015 Gini index for U.S. was 0.482 (based on 2015 ACS 1-year estimates) was significantly higher than in the 2014 ACS Index of 0.480 (based on 2014 ACS 1-year estimates). This increase suggests that income inequality increased across the country.

Housing Price Index Notes. goto top The Housing Price Index (HPI) is shown as an index with a base year of 2010. This HPI shows housing value appreciation since 2010. The HPI 2010 base year index is not available for all counties. See the HPI by ZIP Code section for more information.

Business Patterns Notes. goto top The County Business Patterns (CBP) provide data on the number of establishments, employment and earnings. CBP data reflect place of employment whereas ACS data reflect place of residence. See the CBP section for more information.

Detailed industry detail shown in section 3.1. use NAICS type of business codes. While the underlying database can be used to show all 6-digit detail, this profile is limited to 3-digit level, except for the Health Services sector (62) for which all types of business are shown.

Organization & Navigation. Use the Table of Contents at the top of the document to select a section by hyperlink.

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Related Resources ... goto top
  • Main Counties Page
  • County Population Estimates 2010-16 & Components of Change
  • County Personal Income by Major Source (REIS)
  • County Demographic-Economic Interactive Tables
    .. General Demographics
    .. Social Characteristics
    .. Economic Characteristics
    .. Housing Characteristics
  • County Business Patterns - business establishments
  • Health Care & Social Assistance Establishments
  • County Urban/Rural Interactive Table

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