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Washington County Census Highlights 2013

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Washington County, WI has experienced interesting demographic shifts in the past decade. These 17 slides provide an overview of these changes.

Washington County, WI has experienced interesting demographic shifts in the past decade. These 17 slides provide an overview of these changes.

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  • Decennial census shows greater change than ACS. 2011 ACS says 96.4% White.
  • 2000- 1,5292010- 3,385Milwaukee 2010 Hispanic Population is 126,093
  • Hispanic Median Age in 2010- 20.6
  • Husband Wife with Child+20% Hartford+13% Jackson+9% Kewaskum-3% West Bend-4% Germantown
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    • 1. Changing Demographics of Washington County: 2000-2010 By: Paul Roback UW-Extension, Washington County
    • 2. 1950 33,902 1970 63,839 1990 95,328 2010 131,887 Population Growth
    • 3. 14,391 population increase from 2000 to 2010
    • 4. Changing Diversity 2000 97.7% White 2010 95.8% White
    • 5. 121% growth in Hispanic Population between 2000 & 2010
    • 6. In 2010, 49% the Hispanic Population in Washington County was under the age of 19 Other Races: • 43% Black • 37% Asian • 26% White
    • 7. Median age rose from 36.6 in 2000 to 40.9 in 2010
    • 8. 65+ population increased 35%
    • 9. Population ages 20-44 decreased 8%
    • 10. Total Households Increased 18%, Husband-Wife Family with Children Decreased 3%
    • 11. Female Householder with Children +19% Male Householder with Children +44%
    • 12. Percentage of adults 25+ with: • A bachelor's degree or higher increased from 22% to 26% • An associate’s degree increased from 9% to 10%
    • 13. Top Private Sector Employers: 2000-12 2000 Serigraph Inc. Quad/Graphics Inc. Broan-Nutone LLC Saint Joseph's Community Hospital Benevolent Corp. Cedar Campuses Prescott's Supermarkets Inc. West Bend Mutual Insurance Co West Bend Co Wal-Mart Associates Inc. Aurora Medical Center Of Washington 2012 Quad/Graphics Inc WAL-MART West Bend Mutual Insurance Co Cedar Community Broan-Nutone LLC Signicast LLC Saint Joseph’s Community Hospital West Bend Clinic Inc Tecstar Mfg Co Serigraph Inc
    • 14. In 2010, 51% of employed residents commuted outside of the county to work
    • 15. Median Household Income rose from $57,033 in 2000 to $64,434 in 2010
    • 16. Poverty 2012 Federal Poverty Level Family Size 100% 115% 185% 1 $11,170 $12,846$20,665 2 $15,130 $17,400$27,991 3 $19,090 $21,954$35,317 4 $23,050 $26,508$42,643 5 $27,010 $31,062$49,969 2007-2011 Washington All people 5.3% Under 18 years 7.6% 18 to 64 4.4% 65 years and over 5.2% Population in Poverty 2007-2011 Total County Total 6,899 Population Male 2,739 39.7% 49.6% Female 4,160 60.3% 50.4% Children 2,428 35.2% 26.9% Age 65+ 861 12.5% 13.2% White 6,504 94.4% 96.4% Black 146 2.1% 1.0% Hispanic 513 7.4% 2.5%
    • 17. Developed By: Paul Roback UW-Extension Washington County paul.roback@ces.uwex.edu 262-335-4480