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Crime Rate Indexes

2010 Crime Rate Indexes College Park, GA Georgia United States
Total Crime Risk Index 395 114 100
Murder Risk Index 315 113 100
Rape Risk Index 186 79 100
Robbery Risk Index 397 112 100
Assault Risk Index 366 89 100
Burglary Risk Index 260 122 100
Larceny Risk Index 345 123 100
Motor Vehicle Theft Risk Index 642 119 100

Crime Risk Index (100 = National Average): Index score for an area is compared to the national average of 100. A score of 200 indicates twice the national average total crime risk, while 50 indicates half the national risk. We encourage you to consult with a knowledgeable local real estate agent or contact the local police department for any additional information.

Crime Indexes are based on numerous current and historical datasets as well as proprietary modeling algorithms which estimate values at more granular geographic levels when specific data is either unavailable or impractical to aggregate. While every effort is made to ensure accuracy, these are estimates and should only be used as a guide. For detailed information regarding crime and safety in a community, please contact local law enforcement agencies.

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Education Level Profile and Enrollment Statistics

2010 Highest Education Level Attained (Population Age 25+) College Park, GA Georgia United States
Did Not Complete High School 17.07% 16.42% 15.35%
Completed High School 28.86% 29.67% 29.24%
Some College 26.66% 20.05% 20.56%
Completed Associate Degree 6.82% 6.26% 7.50%
Completed Bachelors Degree 15.27% 18.28% 17.52%
Completed Graduate Degree 5.33% 9.32% 9.84%
2010 Education Enrollment (Population Age 3+) College Park, GA Georgia United States
Education Index 115 81 100
Public Preprimary 1.46% 1.05% 0.79%
Private Preprimary 0.87% 1.18% 1.05%
Public School 21.43% 18.10% 17.44%
Private School 0.99% 1.73% 2.05%
Public College 4.90% 4.59% 5.28%
Private College 3.12% 1.46% 1.76%
Not Enrolled in School 67.24% 71.89% 71.64%

Highest Education Level Attained (Populations Age 25+): The data represents the percentage of people in the area over age 25 who have attained a particular education level.

Education Index: The Education Index for Zip Codes and places are comprised of a combination of socio-demographic characteristics. These index scores are not based statistically upon the performance of specific schools, programs or colleges located in these areas.

Education Enrollment (Population Age 3+): The data represents the percentage of people in the area over age 3 who are currently enrolled at each type of learning institution.

Index score: (100 = National Average) for an area is compared to the national average of 100. A score of 200 indicates twice the national average, while 50 indicates half the national average.

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Quality of Life Indexes

2010 Quality of Life Indexes College Park, GA Georgia United States
Quality of Life Index 148 133 100
Amusement Index 82 100 100
Culture Index 135 54 100
Earthquake Index 47 60 100
Education Index 115 81 100
Medical Index 112 54 100
Mortality Index (All Causes) 13 12 100
Religion Index 70 127 100
Restaurant Index 173 108 100
Weather Index 173 177 100

Quality of Life Index: Based on the results of a study group, this index is calculated based on what variables affect individuals as they search for a new home, how much they would enjoy living in a place and the impact of each selected variable. For example, the crime index affects the total quality of life index negatively and the amusement index affects it positively.

Positive Variables Weighted for Quality of Life Index: Amusement, Culture, Education, Medical, Religion, Restaurants and Weather

Negative Variables Weighted for Quality of Life Index: Crime, Earthquake and Mortality

Index score: (100 = National Average) for an area is compared to the national average of 100. A score of 200 indicates twice the national average, while 50 indicates half the national average.

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Weather, Forecast, Temperature and Precipitation Statistics

2010 Weather Summary College Park, GA Georgia United States
Weather Index 173 177 100
Hail Index 52 87 100
Hurricane Index 144 161 100
Tornado Index 153 108 100
 
Annual Maximum Avg. Temperature 71.0 °F 75.0 °F N/A
Annual Minimum Avg. Temperature 51.0 °F 52.0 °F N/A
Annual Avg. Temperature 61.3 °F 63.7 °F N/A
Annual Heating Degree Days (Tot Degrees < 65) 2,991 2,473 N/A
Annual Cooling Degree Days (Tot Degrees > 65) 1,667 2,031 N/A
Percent of Possible Sunshine 61 63 N/A
Mean Sky Cover (Sunrise to Sunset - Out of 10) 6 6 N/A
Mean Number of Days Clear (Out of 365 Days) 110 110 N/A
Mean Number of Days Rain (Out of 365 Days) 115 111 N/A
Mean Number of Days Snow (Out of 365 Days) 1 0 N/A
Avg. Annual Precipitation (Total Inches) 51.00" 48.00" N/A
Avg. Annual Snowfall (Total Inches) 2.00" 1.00" N/A
2010 Average Monthly Low Temperature College Park, GA Georgia United States
Avg. Annual Low Temperature 50.2 °F 51.0 °F N/A
Avg. January Low Temperature 32.3 °F 33.6 °F N/A
Avg. February Low Temperature 34.4 °F 35.6 °F N/A
Avg. March Low Temperature 40.9 °F 42.2 °F N/A
Avg. April Low Temperature 48.8 °F 49.5 °F N/A
Avg. May Low Temperature 57.3 °F 57.9 °F N/A
Avg. June Low Temperature 65.0 °F 65.5 °F N/A
Avg. July Low Temperature 68.4 °F 69.0 °F N/A
Avg. August Low Temperature 67.6 °F 68.2 °F N/A
Avg. September Low Temperature 61.9 °F 62.7 °F N/A
Avg. October Low Temperature 50.4 °F 51.0 °F N/A
Avg. November Low Temperature 40.8 °F 41.7 °F N/A
Avg. December Low Temperature 34.0 °F 35.2 °F N/A
2010 Average Monthly High Temperature College Park, GA Georgia United States
Avg. Annual High Temperature 72.1 °F 74.3 °F N/A
Avg. January High Temperature 52.4 °F 54.8 °F N/A
Avg. February High Temperature 56.3 °F 58.9 °F N/A
Avg. March High Temperature 64.4 °F 66.9 °F N/A
Avg. April High Temperature 73.1 °F 75.4 °F N/A
Avg. May High Temperature 80.6 °F 82.8 °F N/A
Avg. June High Temperature 86.8 °F 88.7 °F N/A
Avg. July High Temperature 89.0 °F 90.8 °F N/A
Avg. August High Temperature 88.2 °F 89.9 °F N/A
Avg. September High Temperature 82.8 °F 85.1 °F N/A
Avg. October High Temperature 73.5 °F 75.8 °F N/A
Avg. November High Temperature 63.2 °F 65.8 °F N/A
Avg. December High Temperature 54.3 °F 56.9 °F N/A
2010 Average Monthly Precipitation College Park, GA Georgia United States
Avg. Annual Precipitation 51.04" 49.20" N/A
Avg. January Precipitation 5.16" 5.07" N/A
Avg. February Precipitation 4.74" 4.69" N/A
Avg. March Precipitation 5.52" 5.45" N/A
Avg. April Precipitation 3.75" 3.69" N/A
Avg. May Precipitation 4.10" 3.67" N/A
Avg. June Precipitation 3.69" 3.74" N/A
Avg. July Precipitation 5.17" 4.74" N/A
Avg. August Precipitation 3.85" 4.02" N/A
Avg. September Precipitation 3.93" 3.45" N/A
Avg. October Precipitation 3.15" 3.01" N/A
Avg. November Precipitation 4.08" 3.70" N/A
Avg. December Precipitation 3.91" 3.96" N/A

Annual Heating Degree Days (HDD): A form of Degree Day used to estimate energy requirements for heating. Typically, heating degree days are calculated as how much colder the mean temperature at a location is than 65°F on a given day. For example, if a location experiences a mean temperature of 55°F on a certain day, there were 10 HDD that day because 65 - 55 = 10, according to the National Weather Service.

Annual Cooling Degree Days (CDD): A form of Degree Day used to estimate energy requirements for air conditioning or refrigeration. Typically, cooling degree days are calculated as how much warmer the mean temperature at a location is than 65°F on a given day. For example, if a location experiences a mean temperature of 75°F on a certain day, there were 10 CDD that day because 75 - 65 = 10, according to the National Weather Service.

Mean Sky Cover: reflects the approximate amount that the sky is covered with clouds, sunrise to sunset on a scale of 0 to 10

Index score: (100 = National Average) for an area is compared to the national average of 100. A score of 200 indicates twice the national average, while 50 indicates half the national average. Note: A higher Weather Index score represents better overall weather (higher number good). A higher Hail, Hurricane or Tornado Index means the chance of that weather event is higher (higher number bad).

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Pollution Indexes

2010 Pollution Indexes College Park, GA Georgia United States
Air Pollution Index 85 84 100
Ozone Index 94 84 100
Lead Index 29 46 100
Carbon Monoxide Index 80 91 100
Nitrogen Dioxide Index 93 80 100
Particulate Matter Index 126 100 100

Index score: (100 = National Average) for an area is compared to the national average of 100. A score of 200 indicates twice the national average, while 50 indicates half the national average.

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Population Growth and Population Statistics

2010 Population Growth and Population Statistics College Park, GA Georgia United States
Total Population 22,253 9,894,543 308,455,134
Square Miles 12.13 57,906.14 N/A
Population Density 1,834.90 170.90 87.20
Population Change Since 1990 -0.57% 52.74% 24.02%
Population Change Since 2000 9.18% 20.86% 9.61%
Forecasted Population Change by 2014 0.93% 7.02% 4.52%
Population Male 48.25% 49.68% 49.48%
Population Female 51.75% 50.32% 50.52%
Median Age 28.40 33.40 35.60
2010 Population Statistics by Marital Status (Age 15+) College Park, GA Georgia United States
Males Never Married 25.01% 15.86% 15.85%
Males Married 16.86% 27.61% 27.37%
Males Widowed 0.83% 0.95% 1.16%
Males Divorced 4.39% 4.70% 4.50%
Females Never Married 26.40% 13.43% 13.47%
Females Married 16.00% 26.93% 27.06%
Females Widowed 3.75% 4.20% 4.64%
Females Divorced 6.76% 6.32% 5.94%

Population Change Since 1990 and 2000: Change in population since 1990 and 2000 expressed as a percentage increase or decrease.

Population by Marital Status (Population Age 15+): The data represents the number and percentage of people in the area, according to marital status.

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Population by Age

2010 Population by Age College Park, GA Georgia United States
Median Age 28.40 33.40 35.60
Age 0-5 10.38% 9.36% 8.84%
Age 6-11 8.95% 8.47% 8.41%
Age 12-17 8.71% 8.77% 8.65%
Age 18-24 15.22% 10.57% 9.94%
Age 25-34 19.78% 15.27% 13.40%
Age 35-44 13.56% 14.48% 13.74%
Age 45-54 13.04% 14.32% 14.32%
Age 55-64 5.86% 9.96% 10.80%
Age 65-74 2.37% 4.80% 6.11%
Age 75-84 1.54% 2.82% 4.04%
Age 85+ 0.60% 1.18% 1.75%
2010 Male Population by Age College Park, GA Georgia United States
Male Median Age 26.90 32.10 34.20
Aged 0 to 5 Years 11.03% 9.71% 9.21%
Aged 6 to 11 Years 9.70% 8.80% 8.79%
Aged 12 to 17 Years 9.58% 9.17% 9.03%
Aged 18 to 24 Years 16.01% 11.22% 10.37%
Aged 25 to 34 Years 19.71% 15.66% 13.75%
Aged 35 to 44 Years 13.43% 14.52% 13.92%
Aged 45 to 54 Years 11.56% 13.99% 14.20%
Aged 55 to 64 Years 5.53% 9.67% 10.49%
Aged 65 to 74 Years 2.08% 4.37% 5.69%
Aged 75 to 84 Years 1.06% 2.19% 3.39%
Aged 85 Years and Older 0.32% 0.70% 1.16%
2010 Female Population by Age College Park, GA Georgia United States
Female Median Age 29.80 34.80 36.90
Aged 0 to 5 Years 9.78% 9.01% 8.48%
Aged 6 to 11 Years 8.24% 8.13% 8.05%
Aged 12 to 17 Years 7.89% 8.37% 8.27%
Aged 18 to 24 Years 14.48% 9.92% 9.51%
Aged 25 to 34 Years 19.85% 14.89% 13.06%
Aged 35 to 44 Years 13.69% 14.45% 13.56%
Aged 45 to 54 Years 14.42% 14.65% 14.44%
Aged 55 to 64 Years 6.16% 10.25% 11.11%
Aged 65 to 74 Years 2.64% 5.23% 6.52%
Aged 75 to 84 Years 1.99% 3.45% 4.69%
Aged 85 Years and Older 0.86% 1.66% 2.32%

Population by Age: The data represents the percentage of people in the area within each age group.

Male Population: The data represents the percentage of males in the population according to age range.

Female Population: The data represents the percentage of females in the population according to age range.

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Population by Race and Ethnicity

2010 Population by Race and Ethnicity College Park, GA Georgia United States
Population by Race
White 8.60% 60.94% 71.91%
Black or African American 83.93% 29.01% 12.01%
American Indian and Alaska Native 0.06% 0.37% 0.98%
Asian 0.68% 3.01% 4.51%
Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander 0.03% 0.11% 0.21%
Other 6.70% 6.56% 10.38%
Population by Ethnicity
Population Hispanic 8.54% 8.04% 16.05%
Population Non Hispanic 91.46% 91.96% 83.95%

Race versus Ethnicity: According to the Census, race and ethnicity are considered two separate and distinct identities. Hispanic or Latino origin is asked as a separate question and categorized under ethnicity. In addition to their race and/or races, all respondents are categorized by one of two ethnicities, which are "Hispanic" and "Non Hispanic."

Hispanic Ethnicity: According to the Census, people of Hispanic origin, were those who indicated that their origin was Mexican, Puerto Rican, Cuban, Central or South American or some other Hispanic origin. It should be noted that people of Hispanic origin may be of any race.

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Household Makeup and Size

2010 Household Family Makeup Statistics College Park, GA Georgia United States
Family HH 59.05% 70.52% 68.23%
Non-Family HH 40.95% 29.48% 31.77%
Family Households
Married Family HH 40.36% 74.44% 76.48%
Other Family HH 59.64% 25.56% 23.52%
Other Family Households
Male Householder, No Wife Present 22.96% 25.00% 27.73%
Female Householder, No Husband Present 77.04% 75.00% 72.27%
Married Family Households
with Children Under 18 51.45% 45.90% 43.56%
with No Children Under 18 48.55% 54.10% 56.44%
Other Family Households
Male Householder, No Wife Present with Children Under 18 11.57% 12.38% 14.10%
Male Householder, No Wife Present with No Children 11.39% 12.63% 13.63%
Female Householder, No Husband Present with Children Under 18 53.73% 46.13% 42.96%
Female Householder, No Husband Present with No Children 23.31% 28.86% 29.30%
Non-Family Households
Male Householder 52.35% 48.13% 47.56%
Female Householder 47.65% 51.87% 52.44%
2010 Household Size Statistics College Park, GA Georgia United States
Households 8,979 3,698,789 118,402,143
Household Growth Since 2000 15.65% 23.03% 12.25%
Average Household Size 2.46 2.61 2.54
Median Household Size 2.68 2.81 2.73
1 Person 30.09% 23.20% 25.45%
2 Person 29.20% 32.89% 33.50%
3 Person 17.37% 17.87% 16.08%
4 Person 12.60% 16.08% 14.79%
5 Person 6.36% 6.63% 6.59%
6 Person 2.42% 2.15% 2.27%
7 or More Person 1.96% 1.17% 1.32%

Family Household: A family household is a household maintained by a householder who is in a family, and includes any unrelated people (unrelated subfamily members and/or secondary individuals) who may be residing there.

Married Family Household: A married family household consists of a married householder and one or more other persons living in the same household who are related to the householder by birth, marriage or adoption.

Other Family Household: An other family household consists of a householder and one or more other persons living in the same household who are related to the householder by birth or adoption. These households may have a Male Householder with No Wife Present and/or Female Householder with No Husband Present.

Non-Family Household: A non-family household consists of a householder living alone (a one-person household) or where the householder shares the home exclusively with people to whom he/she is not related.

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Number of Vehicles Per Household

2010 Number of Vehicles per Household College Park, GA Georgia United States
Households, Median Vehicles 1.70 2.30 2.20
No Vehicles 17.11% 6.44% 8.49%
1 Vehicle 47.34% 30.19% 32.66%
2 Vehicles 22.71% 39.86% 38.43%
3 Vehicles 9.58% 17.30% 15.03%
4+ Vehicles 3.26% 6.22% 5.39%

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Housing Statistics, Occupancy and Year Built

2010 Move In Date by Year College Park, GA Georgia United States
Households 8,979 3,698,789 118,402,143
Household, Median Year Moved In 2004 2003 2003
Moved In 1999 or Later 93.52% 91.87% 90.21%
Moved In 1995 to 1998 2.75% 2.30% 2.33%
Moved In 1990 to 1994 0.90% 1.15% 1.30%
Moved In 1980 to 1989 0.78% 1.05% 1.26%
Moved In 1970 to 1979 0.94% 1.27% 1.63%
Moved In 1969 or Earlier 1.11% 2.35% 3.27%
2010 Housing Occupancy Statistics College Park, GA Georgia United States
Total Units 9,422 3,932,748 126,739,245
Occupied Units 95.30% 94.05% 93.42%
Vacant Units 4.70% 5.95% 6.58%
Total Housing Units
Owner Occupied Units 23.42% 65.30% 63.21%
Renter Occupied Units 71.87% 28.75% 30.21%
Vacant Units 4.70% 5.95% 6.58%
Vacant Housing Units
Vacant Units For Rent 76.30% 32.29% 25.10%
Vacant Units For Sale 8.35% 19.11% 14.92%
Vacant Units Seasonal 6.77% 22.46% 39.17%
Vacant Units Vacant Other 8.58% 26.14% 20.81%
2010 Housing Statistic Year Built College Park, GA Georgia United States
Housing, Units 9,422 3,932,748 126,739,245
Housing, Median Year Built 1975 1989 1977
Built 1999 or Later 26.39% 37.00% 28.20%
Built 1995 to 1998 0.97% 8.35% 5.22%
Built 1990 to 1994 3.20% 7.47% 5.19%
Built 1980 to 1989 11.60% 14.58% 11.37%
Built 1970 to 1979 23.02% 13.55% 14.68%
Built 1960 to 1969 22.74% 10.20% 11.93%
Built 1950 to 1959 7.86% 7.10% 11.33%
Built 1940 to 1949 5.08% 3.56% 6.39%
Built 1939 or Earlier 4.07% 4.52% 12.74%

Occupied Units: Housing units that are Owner Occupied or Renter Occupied.

Vacant Units: Housing units that are For Sale and Vacant, For Rent and Vacant, Seasonal and Vacant and Other.

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Home Values and Rental Rates

2010 Homeowner Statistics and Home Values College Park, GA Georgia United States
Owner Occupied Units 2,207 2,568,054 80,110,230
Owner Households, With Mortgage Any 80.88% 75.27% 70.65%
Owner Households, With No Mortgage 19.12% 24.73% 29.35%
Median Value Owner Households $135,751 $169,802 $177,046
Valued Less than $20,000 0.14% 2.17% 1.98%
Valued $20,000-$39,999 1.13% 3.46% 3.31%
Valued $40,000-$59,999 3.72% 5.75% 5.64%
Valued $60,000-$79,999 5.26% 4.83% 4.79%
Valued $80,000-$99,999 14.32% 9.23% 8.96%
Valued $100,000-$124,999 18.89% 9.62% 8.79%
Valued $125,000-$149,999 15.22% 8.49% 7.92%
Valued $150,000-$174,999 14.68% 8.15% 7.94%
Valued $175,000-$199,999 8.16% 7.61% 8.11%
Valued $200,000-$249,999 8.16% 6.86% 7.66%
Valued $250,000-$299,999 4.21% 8.05% 8.72%
Valued $300,000-$399,999 3.90% 8.33% 8.63%
Valued $400,000-$499,999 2.13% 6.19% 6.36%
Valued $500,000-$749,999 0.09% 6.24% 6.34%
Valued $750,000-$999,999 0.00% 3.12% 3.01%
Valued More than $1,000,000 0.00% 1.90% 1.84%
2010 Housing Rental Rates College Park, GA Georgia United States
Renter Occupied Units 6,772 1,130,735 38,291,913
Median Rent $894 $927 $950
Rent Less than $250 1.23% 4.29% 3.11%
Rent $250-$499 3.63% 7.31% 6.19%
Rent $500-$749 7.94% 18.77% 18.33%
Rent $750-$999 63.36% 23.35% 24.67%
Rent $1,000-$1,249 19.94% 26.48% 24.03%
Rent $1,250-$1,499 2.14% 6.89% 7.13%
Rent $1,500-$1,999 0.03% 4.48% 7.07%
Rent $2,000+ 0.44% 2.28% 4.19%
No Cash Rent 1.28% 6.15% 5.28%

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Employment, Occupation and Industry

2010 Employment Statistics for Potential Employees (Age 16+) College Park, GA Georgia United States
Employment Potential 16,660 7,552,657 237,450,726
Civilian Total 10,678 4,734,401 143,186,664
Employed Civilian Males 31.96% 33.66% 32.21%
Employed Civilian Females 32.14% 29.02% 28.09%
Armed Forces Male 0.08% 0.80% 0.44%
Armed Forces Female 0.16% 0.14% 0.08%
Unemployed Males 3.44% 3.09% 3.63%
Unemployed Females 5.26% 2.60% 2.51%
Not in the Labor Force Male 11.84% 12.22% 13.51%
Not in the Labor Force Female 15.13% 18.46% 19.53%
2010 Employment by Job Type for Civilian Population (Age 16+) College Park, GA Georgia United States
White Collar 69.45% 72.81% 74.72%
Blue Collar 30.55% 27.19% 25.28%
 
Management, Business, and Financial Operations 11.70% 16.97% 16.09%
Professional and Related 11.96% 20.19% 21.78%
Sales and Office 33.47% 26.61% 26.38%
Service 17.64% 12.01% 13.50%
Farming, Fishing, and Forestry 0.10% 0.41% 0.51%
Construction, Extraction, and Maintenance 9.40% 10.15% 8.85%
Production, Transportation, and Material Moving 15.72% 13.66% 12.88%
2010 Employment by Type of Employer Total Civilian Population (Age 16+) College Park, GA Georgia United States
Private for-Profit Wage and Salary Workers 80.47% 76.68% 73.77%
Private Not-for-Profit Wage and Salary Workers 5.30% 4.77% 7.05%
Local Government Workers 5.27% 6.07% 6.26%
State Government Workers 2.97% 4.68% 4.67%
Federal Government Workers 3.13% 2.70% 2.47%
Self-Employed Workers in Own Not Incorporated Business 2.64% 4.98% 5.64%
Unpaid Family Workers 0.22% 0.12% 0.14%
2010 Employment by Industry for Civilian Population (Age 16+) College Park, GA Georgia United States
Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing and Hunting, and Mining 0.37% 1.04% 1.49%
Construction 5.80% 8.17% 6.97%
Manufacturing 5.77% 12.53% 11.93%
Wholesale Trade 2.55% 3.34% 3.05%
Retail Trade 8.46% 10.29% 10.02%
Transportation and Warehousing, and Utilities 13.58% 6.58% 5.58%
Information 4.12% 3.46% 2.94%
Finance, Insurance, Real Estate and Rental and Leasing 7.11% 6.63% 6.91%
Professional, Scientific, Management, Administrative, etc. 12.27% 10.71% 10.43%
Educational, Health and Social Services 16.30% 19.55% 22.14%
Arts, Entertainment, Accommodation and Food Services, etc. 13.30% 7.60% 8.46%
Other Services 5.90% 5.03% 5.15%
Public Administration 4.50% 5.08% 4.92%

Workforce Statistics: The Workforce breakdown is derived from data, published by the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS).

White Collar Employment: perform tasks that are considered less physically laborious

Blue Collar Employment: perform tasks that are manual, technical labor or are in technical maintenance "trades"

Civilian Employers (Population Age 16+): This data represents 2010 employment by type of employers for the total civilian population, over age 16.

Employment by Industry: This data represents 2010 employment by industry for the total civilian population.

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Travel Time and Mode of Transportation to Work

2010 Travel Time to Work College Park, GA Georgia United States
Travel Time Less than 15 Min 14.55% 20.84% 25.26%
Travel Time 15-29 Min 33.79% 34.44% 36.15%
Travel Time 30-59 Min 38.92% 33.59% 29.43%
Travel Time 60+ Min 12.73% 11.13% 9.16%
2010 Mode of Transportation to Work College Park, GA Georgia United States
Car, Truck, Van to Work 77.06% 91.58% 87.32%
Public Transportation to Work 16.92% 2.17% 4.44%
Other Transportation to Work 4.28% 2.50% 4.00%
Work at Home 1.73% 3.75% 4.24%

Travel Time to Work: Half the workers in the area have a longer travel time than this, half have less travel time.

Mode of Transportation to Work: Provides a percentage breakdown by mode of transportation to work in a particular area.

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Employee Statistics by NAICS Code

2010 Employee Statistics by NAICS Code College Park, GA Georgia United States
Employees, Total (by Place of Work) 20,121 3,595,376 119,050,433
Forestry, Fishing, Hunting, and Agriculture Support 0.00% 0.24% 0.15%
Mining 0.00% 0.17% 0.48%
Utilities 0.00% 0.61% 0.53%
Construction 1.66% 6.34% 6.25%
Manufacturing 2.15% 11.54% 11.24%
Wholesale Trade 3.71% 5.70% 5.02%
Retail Trade 4.55% 13.47% 13.19%
Transportation and Warehousing 32.36% 4.11% 3.65%
Information 0.32% 3.29% 2.87%
Finance and Insurance 3.23% 5.11% 5.61%
Real Estate and Rental and Leasing 3.53% 1.90% 1.97%
Professional, Scientific, and Technical Services 10.98% 6.58% 6.84%
Management of Companies and Enterprises 0.23% 3.11% 2.61%
Admin, Support, Waste Mgt, Remediation Services 2.34% 8.09% 6.84%
Educational Services 2.76% 1.78% 2.33%
Health Care and Social Assistance 1.96% 11.79% 14.14%
Arts, Entertainment and Recreation 0.02% 1.30% 1.75%
Accommodation and Food Services 27.65% 10.28% 9.86%
Other Services (Except Public Administration) 2.54% 4.56% 4.66%

North American Industry Classification System (NAICS): NAICS is the standard used by Federal statistical agencies in classifying business establishments for the purpose of collecting, analyzing and publishing statistical data related to the U.S. business economy.

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Establishment Statistics by NAICS Code

2010 Establishments by NAICS Code College Park, GA Georgia United States
Establishments, Total (by Place of Work) 465 231,416 7,700,385
Forestry, Fishing, Hunting, and Agriculture Support 0.00% 0.45% 0.31%
Mining 0.00% 0.09% 0.33%
Utilities 0.00% 0.24% 0.22%
Construction 4.30% 10.09% 10.56%
Manufacturing 2.80% 3.76% 4.31%
Wholesale Trade 4.95% 6.14% 5.60%
Retail Trade 13.98% 15.53% 14.62%
Transportation and Warehousing 16.56% 2.78% 2.86%
Information 1.94% 1.88% 1.86%
Finance and Insurance 5.81% 6.82% 6.58%
Real Estate and Rental and Leasing 5.16% 5.40% 4.95%
Professional, Scientific, and Technical Services 5.81% 12.28% 11.28%
Management of Companies and Enterprises 0.65% 0.70% 0.66%
Admin, Support, Waste Mgt, Remediation Services 3.66% 5.23% 4.98%
Educational Services 0.43% 1.08% 1.13%
Health Care and Social Assistance 7.31% 9.02% 10.21%
Arts, Entertainment and Recreation 0.43% 1.22% 1.63%
Accommodation and Food Services 18.06% 8.06% 8.24%
Other Services (Except Public Administration) 8.17% 9.21% 9.70%

North American Industry Classification System (NAICS): NAICS is the standard used by Federal statistical agencies in classifying business establishments for the purpose of collecting, analyzing and publishing statistical data related to the U.S. business economy.

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Household Income Statistics

2010 Household Income Statistics College Park, GA Georgia United States
Total Area Household Income $420,209,552 $254,425,649,319 $8,877,041,207,141
Median Household Income $37,419 $52,162 $55,970
Average Household Income $46,799 $68,786 $74,974
Per Capita Household Income $18,883 $25,714 $28,779
 
Income Less than $15,000 16.28% 12.75% 11.96%
Income $15,000 to $24,999 15.21% 9.78% 9.15%
Income $25,000 to $34,999 15.73% 10.57% 9.99%
Income $35,000 to $49,999 17.23% 15.20% 14.37%
Income $50,000 to $74,999 17.70% 19.70% 18.95%
Income $75,000 to $99,999 9.93% 13.29% 14.07%
Income $100,000 to $124,999 4.41% 7.57% 8.54%
Income $125,000 to $149,999 1.57% 4.23% 5.01%
Income $150,000 to $199,999 1.16% 3.19% 3.59%
Income $200,000 and Over 0.78% 3.71% 4.38%

Household Income: Data on consumer income collected by the Census Bureau covers money income received (exclusive of certain money receipts such as capital gains) before payments for personal income taxes, social security, union dues, medicare deductions, etc. Therefore, money income does not reflect the fact that some families receive part of their income in the form of non-cash benefits, such as food stamps, health benefits, rent-free housing, and goods produced and consumed on the farm.

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Retail Sales Statistics

2010 Retail Sales Statistics College Park, GA Georgia United States
Total Retail Sales (Including Food Services) $269,232,000 $125,389,600,000 $4,253,550,572,000
Building Materials and Garden Store Sales 1.72% 8.71% 7.42%
Clothing and Accessories Store Sales 3.83% 5.00% 4.47%
Electrical and Appliances Store Sales 0.00% 2.25% 2.37%
Food and Beverage Store Sales 9.16% 13.88% 13.98%
Food Services 54.48% 9.51% 9.50%
Gasoline Stations Store Sales 4.73% 8.98% 7.46%
General Merchandise Store Sales 1.85% 18.35% 17.57%
Health and Personal Care Store Sales 3.02% 4.77% 5.41%
Home Furnishings Store Sales 0.10% 2.93% 2.53%
Miscellaneous Store Sales 11.96% 2.85% 2.94%
Motor Vehicles Store Sales 3.64% 16.88% 16.16%
Nonstore Purchases Store Sales 0.55% 3.94% 7.98%
Sporting Goods Store Sales 4.96% 1.95% 2.20%

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