The AreaPopulation The 2011A population estimate in this selected geography is 83,763. The 2010 Census revealed a population of 83,094, and in 2000 it was 67,260 representing a 23.5% change. It is projected the population in this area will be 87,515 in 2016, representing a change of 4.5% from 2011A. The current population is 50.0% male and 50.0% female. In 2011A, the median age of the population in this area was 36.8, compared to the US median age which was 37.1. The population density in your area is 266.6 people per square mile.Households There are currently 27,523 estimated households in this selected geography. The Census revealed household counts of 27,062 in 2010 and 21,815 in 2000, representing a change of 24.1%. It is projected the number of households in this area will be 29,405 in 2016, representing a change of 6.8% from the current year. In 2011A, the median number of years in residence in this geographys population is 3.3. The average household size in this geography was 3.0 people and the average family size was 3.5 people. The average number of vehicles per household in this geography was 2.1.Income In 2011A, the median household income in this selected geography was $69,774, compared to the US median which was $50,008. The Census revealed median household incomes of $56,035 in 2000. Income questions were not asked in the 2010 Census and will be available in an upcoming ACS (American Communities Survey) release. It is projected the median household income in this area will be $75,557 in 2016, which would represent a change of 8.3% from the current year. In 2011A, the per capita income in this area was $26,825, compared to the US per capita, which was $26,226. The 2011A average household income for this area was $80,589, compared to the US average which was $67,073.Race & Ethnicity In 2011A, the racial makeup of this selected area was as follows: 88.5% White; 4.9% Black; 0.2% Native American; 0.8% Asian/Pacific Islander; and 3.6% Other. Compare these to the US racial makeup which was: 72.4% White, 12.6% Black, 1.0% Native American, 4.7% Asian/Pacific Islander and 5.9% Other. People of Hispanic ethnicity are counted independently of race. People of Hispanic origin make up 10.3% of the current year population in this selected area. Compare this to the US makeup of 16.9%. Changes in the population within each race and ethnicity category from the 2000 Census to the 2010 Census are as follows: 33.2% American Indian, Eskimo, Aleut Population; 160.1% Asian, Pacific Islander; 22.4% Black; 115.0% Hispanic Ethnicity; 124.5% Other; White 19.7%.
Housing, Employment & EducationHousing The median housing value in this area was $116,991 in 1990; compare this to the US median of $78,381 for the same year. The 2000 Census median housing value was $151,138. In 2000, there were 77.8% owner occupied housing units in this area vs. 79.2% estimated in 2011A. Also in 2000, there were 18.4% renter occupied housing units in this area vs. 16.5% estimated in 2011A. The average rent in 2000 was $507. Detailed Housing Units questions were not asked in the 2010 Census and will be available in an upcoming ACS release.Employment In 2011A, there were 44,686 people over the age of 16 in the labor force in your geography. Of these 92.1% were employed, 7.9% were unemployed, 31.4% were not in the labor force and 0.1% were in the Armed Forces. In 2000, unemployment in this area was 3.4%. In 2011A, there were 18,834 employees in this selected area (daytime population) and there were 1,897 establishments. For this area in 2000, white collar workers made up 55.0% of the population, and those employed in blue collar occupations made up 45.0%. In 2000, the average time traveled to work was 28 minutes. Detailed Employment questions were not asked in the 2010 Census and will be available in an upcoming ACS release.Educational Facilities The local public school district is the Oxford Area School District. There are six schools associated with the district: Jordan Bank Elementary, Elk Ridge Elementary, Nottingham Elementary, Hopewell Elementary, Penns Grove Middle, and Oxford Area High School. Sacred Heart School is also located in Oxford, but is considered part of the Archdiocese of Philadelphia. Oxford is the closest town to Lincoln University, the first historically black college in the United States.
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