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Jefferson County Demographic Profile

Community data

Population | 84,509

Median Age | 38 years

56.1% Female | 43.9% Male

Households | 32,613

High School Grads or Higher | 92%

Bachelor Degree or Higher | 24%

Number of K-12 Public Schools | 33

Number of Post-Secondary Schools | 3

Single-Family new house construction building permits, 2009 | 160

Occupied Housing Units | 92.8%

Homeowner Vacancy Rate | 2.9%

Rental Vacancy Rate | 1.6%

Population with No Vehicles Available | 2.6%

Median Housing Value | $162,200

Median rent | $711

Average Mortgage Payment | $1,531

Source: American Community Survey 1-Year Estimate, 2013

JEfferon County Trends

Population | 79,368 to 84,509

Median Age | 38 to 38.1 years

Percent Minority | 4% to 3%

Married Households | 57% to 55%

English-Only Speakers | 94% to 92.5%

Residents in Poverty | 8% to 10%

Childhood Poverty | 9% to 13%

Population Receiving Transfer Payments | 7% to 10.5%

Dropouts | 12% to 9.5%

College Graduates | 21.3% to 23%

Average Household Size | 2.49 people

Housing Older than 1980 | 64%

Households per Acre | .082 to .081

Workers Who Work From Home | 3.8% to 3.7%

Dropouts | 12% to 9.5%

Farms (2007) | 1,034

Acres Farming (2007) | 244,238

Average Farm Size in Acres (2007) | 170

Source: American Community Survey 5-Year Estimates, 2009 vs. 2012