Seiling, OK City Data | Population, Maps, Homes, Statistics (2022)

Seiling, OK is a city with great restaurants, attractions, history and people. There are around 875 people who live in Seiling and approximately 4,743 who live in Dewey County. We want to help people moving to or living in Seiling to understand the dynamics of the city, so we have put together information gathered from various creditable sources to give you a better understanding of Seiling. We have included Seiling housing information, demographics, social and education characteristics, and even economic information.

General Seiling Information

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Dewey County where Seiling resides is 1,008.26 square miles. The resident population of this county is 4,743 and has a population rank of 2,864 out of all the places in the United States.

Seiling has a total of 875 people and of those residents there are 421 males and 454 females. The median age of the male population is 37.3 and the female population is 42.1. There are approximately 53 births each year and around 111 deaths. The race breakdown of the population in Seiling varies per year, but currently 849 are one race and 26 are two or more races.

Of the 875 people who live in Seiling, there are 267 under 20 years old. The sex breakdown of the 20 years old and younger population in Seiling is 141 male and 126 female. If you have children or you are under the age of 20, then you will be considered in that statistic. For those of you who are older, then you will be part of the population that is 18 years and older and totals 641.

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General Seiling Information
Total area in square miles - Dewey County 1,008.26
Water area in square miles - Dewey County N/A
Resident population - Dewey County 4,743
Population rank - Dewey County 2,864


Total population875
Total population (male)421
Total population (female)454
Population median age (male)37.3
Population median age (female)42.1


Births - Dewey County53
Deaths- Dewey County111


Population of one race849
Population of two or more races26


Population under 20 years267
Population under 20 years (male)141
Population under 20 years (female)126
Total population 18 years and over641

Seiling Social Characteristics

There are 1,962 households in Seiling. Families make up 1,355 of these households. The table below breaks down the Seiling families into three different groups. Married-couple families (1,173), male householder with no wife present (56) and female householder with no husband present (80). The remainder of the Seiling households are made up of nonfamily households, which total 626. Seiling, OK moving companies help people in Seiling move locally and all around the world.

For years, the US has been building stats on the relationship of males and females 15 years and older in cities around the country including Seiling. This information helps individuals analyze the area they are living in or moving to. For the county where Seiling is based, there are 2,029 females 15 and over; of those females there are 254 never married, 1,266 now married, 11 separated, 353 widowed, and 145 divorced. As for the males, there are N/A males 15 and older: N/A never married, N/A now married, 13 separated, 65 widowed and 154 never married. There is a lot of great information below regarding Seiling social characteristics. Be sure to review the tables for more information on Seiling.

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HOUSEHOLDS BY TYPE (Dewey County)
Total households1,962
Family households (families)1,355
With own children under 18 years568
Married-couple family1,173
With own children under 18 years475
Male householder, no wife present, family56
With own children under 18 years25
Female householder, no husband present, family80
With own children under 18 years49
Nonfamily households626
Householder living alone581
65 years and over321
GENERAL HOUSEHOLDS
Households with one or more people under 18 years114
Households with one or more people 65 years and over111
Average household size2.35
Average family size3.07
RELATIONSHIP FAMILY HOUSEHOLDS
Population in family households711
Householder228
Spouse186
Child246
Other relatives12
Nonrelatives10
Unmarried partner4
Roomer or boarderN/A
Housemate or roommateN/A
Unmarried partner6
Foster child4
Other2
RELATIONSHIP NONFAMILY HOUSEHOLDS
Population in nonfamily households141
Male householder50
Male householder living alone47
Male householder not living alone3
Female householder84
Female householder living alone82
Female householder not living alone2
Nonrelatives7
Unmarried partner2
Roomer or boarderN/A
Housemate or roommate2
Foster child3
OtherN/A
RELATIONSHIP BY SEX
Females 15 years and over2,029
Never married254
Now married1,266
Separated11
Widowed353
Divorced145
Males 15 years and overN/A
Never marriedN/A
Now marriedN/A
Separated13
Widowed65
Divorced154
TOTAL POPULATION BY SEX AND AGE
Total Population875
Male421
Under 5 years31
5 to 9 years33
10 to 14 years34
15 to 17 years27
18 and 19 years16
20 years5
21 years2
22 to 24 years16
25 to 29 years18
30 to 34 years18
35 to 39 years27
40 to 44 years28
45 to 49 years27
50 to 54 years35
55 to 59 years28
60 and 61 years3
62 to 64 years19
65 and 66 years5
67 to 69 years6
70 to 74 years14
75 to 79 years15
80 to 84 years7
85 years and over7
Female454
Under 5 years23
5 to 9 years24
10 to 14 years37
15 to 17 years25
18 and 19 years17
20 years6
21 years1
22 to 24 years20
25 to 29 years19
30 to 34 years11
35 to 39 years26
40 to 44 years41
45 to 49 years25
50 to 54 years25
55 to 59 years26
60 and 61 years4
62 to 64 years12
65 and 66 years9
67 to 69 years12
70 to 74 years19
75 to 79 years27
80 to 84 years24
85 years and over21
TOTAL POPULATION BY RACE
Total population875
One race849
White724
Black or African American2
American Indian and Alaska Native122
Asian1
Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific IslanderN/A
Some other raceN/A
Two or more races26
RACE POPULATION IN HOUSEHOLDS
Total population in households852
People who are White alone703
People who are Black or African American alone2
People who are American Indian and Alaska Native alone120
People who are Asian alone1
People who are Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander aloneN/A
People who are Hispanic or Latino26
People who are Some other race aloneN/A
RESIDENCE IN 1995
Population 5 years and over4,508
Same house2,984
Different house - same countyN/A
Different county - same state658
Different state or abroad212
Different state186
Abroad26
PLACE OF BIRTH (Dewey County)
Total resident population4,743
Born in United States4,524
State of residence3,700
Different state978
Born in Puerto Rico, U.S. Island areas3
Foreign born62

Seiling Education and School Enrollment

School enrollment refers to students currently attending school, both private and public. By understanding the school enrollment in an area, you can make decisions concerning your kids' environments and even job markets. In a table below, we provide you with the total school enrollment for children 3 years and older in the county surrounding Seiling. That total enrollment is 1,121 for the population of the country, which includes Seiling. Nursery school and kindergarten enrollment was 429 and elementary or high school enrollment was 1,805 children. College or graduate school enrollment was 106.

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Education attainment is defined as "the highest level of education completed in terms of highest degree or the highest level or schooling completed." The table below shows the Seiling population over 25 years old and their level of education achievement.

SCHOOL ENROLLMENT
Population 3 years and over enrolled in school1,121
Pre-kindergarten58
Public48
Private10
Kindergarten53
Public53
PrivateN/A
Elementary school grades 1 to 8547
Public542
Private5
Elementary and high school903
Public887
Private16
High school grades 9 to 12356
Public345
Private11
College, undergraduate years79
Public72
Private7
Graduate or professional school28
Public25
Private3
Not enrolled in school3,486
EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT
Population 25 years and over3,310
Less than 9th grade231
9th to 12th grade, no diploma439
High school graduate1,350
Some college, no degree676
Associate's degree65
Bachelor's degree549
Graduate or professional degree16.6
Percent high school graduate or higher79.8
Percent bachelor's degree or higher387

Seiling Employment and Labor Characteristics

There are 3,837 people that are employed over the age of 16 in Seiling. The Seiling occupations categories include management, professional and related occupations (697), service occupations (326), sales and office occupations (447), farming, fishing and forestry occupations (100), constructions, extraction, maintenance and repair occupations (247) and production, transportation and material moving occupations (304). The 3,837 employed over the age of 16 are broken down into the class of worker. There are 1,220 private wage and salary workers, 399 government workers, 485 self-employed workers and approximately N/A unpaid family workers.

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EMPLOYMENT STATUS (Dewey County)
Population 16 years and over3,837
In labor force2,194
Civilian labor force2,194
Employed2,121
Unemployed73
Percent Unemployed3.3
Armed Forces


Females 16 years and over1,999
In labor force917
Civilian labor force917
Unemployed Civilian labor force49
Armed forces


Males 16 years and over1,838
In labor force1,277
Civilian labor forceN/A
Unemployed Civilian labor force24
Armed forces
COMMUTING TO WORK (Dewey County)
Workers 16 years and over2,103
Car, truck, or van -- drove alone1,646
Car, truck, or van -- carpooled250
Public transportation (excluding taxicab)N/A
Walked73
Other means8
Worked at home119
Mean travel time to work (minutes)45,470
OCCUPATION (Dewey County)
Civilian employed population 16 years and over697
Management, professional, and related occupations697
Service occupations326
Sales and office occupations447
Farming, fishing, and forestry occupations100
Construction, extraction, maintenance and repair occupations247
Production, transportation, and material moving occupations304
INDUSTRY (Dewey County)
Civilian employed population 16 years and over697
Agriculture, forestry, fishing and hunting, and mining515
ConstructionN/A
Manufacturing82
Wholesale trade51
Retail trade267
Transportation and warehousing, and utilities167
Information23
Finance and insurance, and real estate and rental and leasing124
Professional, scientific, and management, and administrative41
Educational services, and health care and social assistance392
Arts, entertainment, and recreation, and accommodation, and food services91
Other services, except public administrationN/A
Public administration91
CLASS OF WORKER (Dewey County)
Civilian employed population 16 years and over697
Private wage and salary workers1,220
Government workers399
Self-employed workers in own not incorporated business485
Unpaid family workersN/A

Seiling Housing Characteristics

In Seiling, OK there are 2,425 housing units; of those housing units, there are approximately 1,962 occupied and 463 vacant. Types of homes change over the years, but single family homes detached have remained fairly consistent. In Seiling, there are 2,011 1-unit detached housing units. Single-family attached homes, 1-unit attached, which are also known as row houses or town homes, total 9 units in Seiling. Apartment housing and apartment buildings are from 2-50 units and the statistics are below. With so many housing units people are always in need of Seiling, OK local movers to help them move from one place to another so be sure to check out MovingIdeas.org for moving guides, Seiling, OK truck rentals options, quotes and additional information.

There are several different ranges if you are looking to rent or are a renter in Seiling. There are 46 housing units with rent less than $200, 87 with rent between $200-299, 113 with rent between $300-499 and 21 with rent for $500 and above. Full Seiling gross rent statistics are shown in the table below. Regardless of the housing unit value, it is always suggested by MovingIdeas.org to have Seiling, OK home security systems installed to keep you and your family safe.

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HOUSING OCCUPANCY (Dewey County)
Total housing units2,425
Occupied housing units1,962
Vacant housing units463
UNITS IN STRUCTURE (Dewey County)
Total housing units2,425
1-unit, detached2,011
1-unit, attached9
2 units24
3 or 4 units24
5 to 9 units10
10 to 19 units6
20 to 49 units6
50 or more units
Mobile home331
HOUSING TENURE (Dewey County)
Occupied housing units1,962
Owner-occupied1,554
Renter-occupied408
VEHICLES AVAILABLE (Dewey County)
Occupied housing units1,962
No vehicles available102
2 vehicle available1,321
3 vehicles available383
4 vehicles available128
5 or more vehicles available95
HOUSE HEATING FUEL (Dewey County)
Occupied housing units1,962
Utility gas684
Bottled, tank, or LP gasN/A
Electricity446
Fuel oil, kerosene, etc.7
Coal or coke
Wood87
Solar energy
Other fuel18
No fuel used2
HOUSING UNIT VALUE (Dewey County)
Occupied housing units1,962
Less Than $50,0001,554
$50,000 to $99,999295
$100,000 to $149,99925
$150,000 to $199,9996
$200,000 to $299,9992
$300,000 to $499,999
$1,000,000 or more
Median (dollars)38,000
GROSS RENT (Dewey County)
Occupied units paying rent408
Less than $20046
$200 to $29987
$300 to $499113
$500 to $69919
$700 to $9992
$1,000 to $1,499
$1,500 or moreN/A

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Seiling is a town in Dewey County, OK with a population of 860 within city limits (based on a 2020 estimate by World Population Review.com). The Seiling zip code which includes surrounding properties and is served by the Seiling Public Schools has a population of 1,357. Seiling is the largest town in Dewey County, OK.

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Preston, Oklahoma (OK) profile - Find all the local information for Preston, OK including Population, Maps, Real Estate Information, Home Statistics, Travel, Crime, News and more.

Preston has a total of 162 people and of those residents there are 79 males and 83 females.. The median age of the male population is 29.5 and the female population is 30.5.. General Preston InformationTotal area in square miles - Okmulgee County 702.32Water area in square miles - Okmulgee County N/AResident population - Okmulgee County 39,685Population rank - Okmulgee County 1,119Total population162Total population (male)79Total population (female)83Population median age (male)29.5Population median age (female)30.5Births - Okmulgee County550Deaths- Okmulgee County458Population of one race149Population of two or more races13Population under 20 years60Population under 20 years (male)29Population under 20 years (female)31Total population 18 years and over107 Preston Social Characteristics. HOUSEHOLDS BY TYPE (Okmulgee County) Total households 15,300Family households (families)10,768With own children under 18 years5,555Married-couple family8,082With own children under 18 years3,540Male householder, no wife present, family631With own children under 18 years347Female householder, no husband present, family1,920With own children under 18 years1,162 Nonfamily households 4,599Householder living alone4,13265 years and over1,922GENERAL HOUSEHOLDSHouseholds with one or more people under 18 years28Households with one or more people 65 years and over10Average household size2.84Average family size3.17RELATIONSHIP FAMILY HOUSEHOLDS Population in family households 149Householder46Spouse32Child60Other relatives2Nonrelatives3Unmarried partner2Roomer or boarderN/AHousemate or roommateN/AUnmarried partner3Foster childN/AOther1RELATIONSHIP NONFAMILY HOUSEHOLDS Population in nonfamily households 13Male householder4Male householder living alone4Male householder not living aloneN/AFemale householder7Female householder living alone5Female householder not living alone2Nonrelatives2Unmarried partner1Roomer or boarderN/AHousemate or roommate1Foster childN/AOtherN/ARELATIONSHIP BY SEX Females 15 years and over 16,178Never married2,971Now married8,766Separated321Widowed2,085Divorced2,035 Males 15 years and over N/ANever marriedN/ANow marriedN/ASeparated202Widowed401Divorced1,604TOTAL POPULATION BY SEX AND AGE Total Population 162Male79Under 5 years105 to 9 years410 to 14 years515 to 17 years718 and 19 years320 yearsN/A21 years222 to 24 years425 to 29 years630 to 34 years335 to 39 years840 to 44 years345 to 49 years1050 to 54 years255 to 59 years160 and 61 years362 to 64 years265 and 66 years167 to 69 years170 to 74 years475 to 79 yearsN/A80 to 84 yearsN/A85 years and overN/AFemale83Under 5 years75 to 9 years1010 to 14 years915 to 17 years318 and 19 years220 years121 yearsN/A22 to 24 years425 to 29 years530 to 34 years435 to 39 years740 to 44 years645 to 49 years550 to 54 years655 to 59 years360 and 61 years162 to 64 years465 and 66 years167 to 69 years270 to 74 yearsN/A75 to 79 years180 to 84 years185 years and over1TOTAL POPULATION BY RACE Total population 162 One race 149White112Black or African American13American Indian and Alaska Native23Asian1Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific IslanderN/ASome other raceN/ATwo or more races13RACE POPULATION IN HOUSEHOLDS Total population in households 162People who are White alone112People who are Black or African American alone13People who are American Indian and Alaska Native alone23People who are Asian alone1People who are Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander aloneN/APeople who are Hispanic or Latino2People who are Some other race aloneN/ARESIDENCE IN 1995 Population 5 years and over 37,044Same house20,608Different house - same countyN/ADifferent county - same state5,681Different state or abroad2,738Different state2,369Abroad369PLACE OF BIRTH (Okmulgee County) Total resident population 39,685Born in United States27,550State of residence29,056Different state10,199Born in Puerto Rico, U.S. Island areas137Foreign born293 Preston Education and School Enrollment. In a table below, we provide you with the total school enrollment for children 3 years and older in the county surrounding Preston.. The table below shows the Preston population over 25 years old and their level of education achievement.. EMPLOYMENT STATUS (Okmulgee County) Population 16 years and over 30,353In labor force17,015Civilian labor force16,984Employed15,661Unemployed1,323Percent Unemployed7.8Armed Forces31 Females 16 years and over 15,871In labor force7,712Civilian labor force7,706Unemployed Civilian labor force621Armed forces6 Males 16 years and over 14,482In labor force9,303Civilian labor forceN/AUnemployed Civilian labor force702Armed forces25COMMUTING TO WORK (Okmulgee County) Workers 16 years and over 15,329Car, truck, or van -- drove alone11,777Car, truck, or van -- carpooled2,283Public transportation (excluding taxicab)N/AWalked399Other means175Worked at home614Mean travel time to work (minutes)402,110OCCUPATION (Okmulgee County) Civilian employed population 16 years and over 3,594Management, professional, and related occupations3,594Service occupations3,069Sales and office occupations3,811Farming, fishing, and forestry occupations133Construction, extraction, maintenance and repair occupations2,128Production, transportation, and material moving occupations2,926INDUSTRY (Okmulgee County) Civilian employed population 16 years and over 3,594Agriculture, forestry, fishing and hunting, and mining623ConstructionN/AManufacturing2,449Wholesale trade452Retail trade1,748Transportation and warehousing, and utilities960Information219Finance and insurance, and real estate and rental and leasing870Professional, scientific, and management, and administrative840Educational services, and health care and social assistance3,493Arts, entertainment, and recreation, and accommodation, and food services1,164Other services, except public administrationN/APublic administration793CLASS OF WORKER (Okmulgee County) Civilian employed population 16 years and over 3,594Private wage and salary workers11,439Government workers2,870Self-employed workers in own not incorporated business1,242Unpaid family workersN/A Preston Housing Characteristics. In Preston, OK there are 17,316 housing units; of those housing units, there are approximately 15,300 occupied and 2,016 vacant.. With so many housing units people are always in need of Preston, OK local movers to help them move from one place to another so be sure to check out MovingIdeas.org for moving guides, Preston, OK truck rentals options, quotes and additional information.. HOUSING OCCUPANCY (Okmulgee County) Total housing units 17,316Occupied housing units15,300Vacant housing units2,016UNITS IN STRUCTURE (Okmulgee County) Total housing units 17,3161-unit, detached13,1301-unit, attached2072 units4103 or 4 units5205 to 9 units19210 to 19 units10420 to 49 units6650 or more units49Mobile home2,572HOUSING TENURE (Okmulgee County) Occupied housing units 15,300Owner-occupied11,094Renter-occupied4,206VEHICLES AVAILABLE (Okmulgee County) Occupied housing units 15,300No vehicles available1,6022 vehicle available8,4843 vehicles available2,2164 vehicles available5715 or more vehicles available203HOUSE HEATING FUEL (Okmulgee County) Occupied housing units 15,300Utility gas9,491Bottled, tank, or LP gasN/AElectricity2,956Fuel oil, kerosene, etc.6Coal or cokeWood320Solar energyOther fuel139No fuel used47HOUSING UNIT VALUE (Okmulgee County) Occupied housing units 15,300Less Than $50,00011,094$50,000 to $99,9992,563$100,000 to $149,999457$150,000 to $199,999231$200,000 to $299,99961$300,000 to $499,9996$1,000,000 or moreMedian (dollars)46,000GROSS RENT (Okmulgee County) Occupied units paying rent 4,206Less than $200459$200 to $299788$300 to $4991,461$500 to $699574$700 to $99993$1,000 to $1,49916$1,500 or moreN/A

Supply, North Carolina (NC) profile - Find all the local information for Supply, NC including Population, Maps, Real Estate Information, Home Statistics, Travel, Crime, News and more.

Supply has a total of 9,822 people and of those residents there are 4,876 males and 4,946 females.. The median age of the male population is 42.5 and the female population is 44.6.. General Supply InformationTotal area in square miles - Brunswick County 1,050.01Water area in square miles - Brunswick County N/AResident population - Brunswick County 73,143Population rank - Brunswick County 685Total population9,822Total population (male)4,876Total population (female)4,946Population median age (male)42.5Population median age (female)44.6Births - Brunswick County856Deaths- Brunswick County725Population of one race9,745Population of two or more races77Population under 20 years2,189Population under 20 years (male)1,148Population under 20 years (female)1,041Total population 18 years and over7,825 Supply Social Characteristics. HOUSEHOLDS BY TYPE (Brunswick County) Total households 30,438Family households (families)22,144With own children under 18 years8,767Married-couple family17,695With own children under 18 years5,652Male householder, no wife present, family1,206With own children under 18 years672Female householder, no husband present, family3,012With own children under 18 years1,767 Nonfamily households 8,410Householder living alone6,95965 years and over2,628GENERAL HOUSEHOLDSHouseholds with one or more people under 18 years1,154Households with one or more people 65 years and over1,235Average household size2.31Average family size2.72RELATIONSHIP FAMILY HOUSEHOLDS Population in family households 8,357Householder3,013Spouse2,459Child2,308Other relatives114Nonrelatives156Unmarried partner79Roomer or boarder10Housemate or roommate23Unmarried partner199Foster child6Other38RELATIONSHIP NONFAMILY HOUSEHOLDS Population in nonfamily households 1,451Male householder620Male householder living alone508Male householder not living alone112Female householder607Female householder living alone533Female householder not living alone74Nonrelatives224Unmarried partner120Roomer or boarder20Housemate or roommate47Foster child6Other31RELATIONSHIP BY SEX Females 15 years and over 30,884Never married4,612Now married18,583Separated935Widowed3,528Divorced3,226 Males 15 years and over N/ANever marriedN/ANow marriedN/ASeparated774Widowed866Divorced2,642TOTAL POPULATION BY SEX AND AGE Total Population 9,822Male4,876Under 5 years2655 to 9 years28810 to 14 years29815 to 17 years19718 and 19 years10020 years5421 years5322 to 24 years14125 to 29 years27130 to 34 years26335 to 39 years33540 to 44 years34345 to 49 years32350 to 54 years35055 to 59 years38560 and 61 years16262 to 64 years20865 and 66 years16567 to 69 years20370 to 74 years25175 to 79 years13880 to 84 years5685 years and over27Female4,946Under 5 years2595 to 9 years25810 to 14 years26415 to 17 years16818 and 19 years9220 years4621 years4622 to 24 years13925 to 29 years23030 to 34 years27235 to 39 years37340 to 44 years35245 to 49 years37950 to 54 years39955 to 59 years40460 and 61 years16562 to 64 years24765 and 66 years13267 to 69 years18170 to 74 years24975 to 79 years15580 to 84 years7685 years and over60TOTAL POPULATION BY RACE Total population 9,822 One race 9,745White8,394Black or African American1,200American Indian and Alaska Native65Asian9Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander2Some other race5Two or more races77RACE POPULATION IN HOUSEHOLDS Total population in households 9,808People who are White alone8,386People who are Black or African American alone1,194People who are American Indian and Alaska Native alone65People who are Asian alone9People who are Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone2People who are Hispanic or Latino165People who are Some other race alone75RESIDENCE IN 1995 Population 5 years and over 69,144Same house37,299Different house - same countyN/ADifferent county - same state9,190Different state or abroad10,897Different state10,054Abroad843PLACE OF BIRTH (Brunswick County) Total resident population 73,143Born in United States27,063State of residence42,032Different state28,642Born in Puerto Rico, U.S. Island areas378Foreign born2,091 Supply Education and School Enrollment. In a table below, we provide you with the total school enrollment for children 3 years and older in the county surrounding Supply.. EMPLOYMENT STATUS (Brunswick County) Population 16 years and over 59,310In labor force34,240Civilian labor force33,922Employed32,355Unemployed1,567Percent Unemployed4.6Armed Forces318 Females 16 years and over 30,484In labor force15,398Civilian labor force15,372Unemployed Civilian labor force808Armed forces26 Males 16 years and over 28,826In labor force18,842Civilian labor forceN/AUnemployed Civilian labor force759Armed forces292COMMUTING TO WORK (Brunswick County) Workers 16 years and over 31,962Car, truck, or van -- drove alone25,083Car, truck, or van -- carpooled4,483Public transportation (excluding taxicab)N/AWalked500Other means455Worked at home1,092Mean travel time to work (minutes)759,150OCCUPATION (Brunswick County) Civilian employed population 16 years and over 7,588Management, professional, and related occupations7,588Service occupations5,836Sales and office occupations8,094Farming, fishing, and forestry occupations320Construction, extraction, maintenance and repair occupations6,140Production, transportation, and material moving occupations4,377INDUSTRY (Brunswick County) Civilian employed population 16 years and over 7,588Agriculture, forestry, fishing and hunting, and mining422ConstructionN/AManufacturing2,660Wholesale trade799Retail trade4,301Transportation and warehousing, and utilities2,027Information451Finance and insurance, and real estate and rental and leasing1,930Professional, scientific, and management, and administrative2,469Educational services, and health care and social assistance4,779Arts, entertainment, and recreation, and accommodation, and food services3,957Other services, except public administrationN/APublic administration1,510CLASS OF WORKER (Brunswick County) Civilian employed population 16 years and over 7,588Private wage and salary workers24,744Government workers4,100Self-employed workers in own not incorporated business3,358Unpaid family workersN/A Supply Housing Characteristics. In Supply, NC there are 51,431 housing units; of those housing units, there are approximately 30,438 occupied and 20,993 vacant.. With so many housing units people are always in need of Supply, NC local movers to help them move from one place to another so be sure to check out MovingIdeas.org for moving guides, Supply, NC truck rentals options, quotes and additional information.

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General Arnold InformationTotal area in square miles - Calaveras County 1,036.84Water area in square miles - Calaveras County N/AResident population - Calaveras County 40,554Population rank - Calaveras County 1,100Total population4,218Total population (male)2,140Total population (female)2,078Population median age (male)49.2Population median age (female)50.6Births - Calaveras County307Deaths- Calaveras County383Population of one race4,118Population of two or more races100Population under 20 years871Population under 20 years (male)495Population under 20 years (female)376Total population 18 years and over3,423 Arnold Social Characteristics. HOUSEHOLDS BY TYPE (Calaveras County) Total households 16,469Family households (families)11,707With own children under 18 years4,851Married-couple family9,694With own children under 18 years3,296Male householder, no wife present, family619With own children under 18 years369Female householder, no husband present, family1,214With own children under 18 years851 Nonfamily households 4,722Householder living alone3,82965 years and over1,671GENERAL HOUSEHOLDSHouseholds with one or more people under 18 years441Households with one or more people 65 years and over620Average household size2.26Average family size2.65RELATIONSHIP FAMILY HOUSEHOLDS Population in family households 3,567Householder1,325Spouse1,147Child914Other relatives38Nonrelatives55Unmarried partner25Roomer or boarder9Housemate or roommate8Unmarried partner86Foster child5Other8RELATIONSHIP NONFAMILY HOUSEHOLDS Population in nonfamily households 651Male householder269Male householder living alone222Male householder not living alone47Female householder270Female householder living alone221Female householder not living alone49Nonrelatives112Unmarried partner61Roomer or boarder11Housemate or roommate32Foster childN/AOther8RELATIONSHIP BY SEX Females 15 years and over 16,839Never married2,261Now married10,154Separated310Widowed1,869Divorced2,245 Males 15 years and over N/ANever marriedN/ANow marriedN/ASeparated333Widowed588Divorced1,808TOTAL POPULATION BY SEX AND AGE Total Population 4,218Male2,140Under 5 years905 to 9 years11510 to 14 years15615 to 17 years9218 and 19 years4220 years1121 years1522 to 24 years3925 to 29 years5530 to 34 years6935 to 39 years10540 to 44 years15745 to 49 years14650 to 54 years18455 to 59 years19060 and 61 years7762 to 64 years12465 and 66 years7367 to 69 years11370 to 74 years13275 to 79 years9580 to 84 years3985 years and over21Female2,078Under 5 years605 to 9 years9510 to 14 years12715 to 17 years6018 and 19 years3420 years1321 years722 to 24 years3025 to 29 years5930 to 34 years7335 to 39 years12840 to 44 years16145 to 49 years16250 to 54 years21255 to 59 years24560 and 61 years8362 to 64 years12065 and 66 years5667 to 69 years7970 to 74 years10975 to 79 years8580 to 84 years5485 years and over26TOTAL POPULATION BY RACE Total population 4,218 One race 4,118White4,012Black or African American10American Indian and Alaska Native40Asian21Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander5Some other race7Two or more races100RACE POPULATION IN HOUSEHOLDS Total population in households 4,218People who are White alone4,012People who are Black or African American alone10People who are American Indian and Alaska Native alone40People who are Asian alone21People who are Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone5People who are Hispanic or Latino141People who are Some other race alone30RESIDENCE IN 1995 Population 5 years and over 38,831Same house21,350Different house - same countyN/ADifferent county - same state9,766Different state or abroad1,590Different state1,375Abroad215PLACE OF BIRTH (Calaveras County) Total resident population 40,554Born in United States12,759State of residence27,265Different state11,692Born in Puerto Rico, U.S. Island areas378Foreign born1,219 Arnold Education and School Enrollment. SCHOOL ENROLLMENT Population 3 years and over enrolled in school 9,406Pre-kindergarten383Public299Private84Kindergarten344Public341PrivateN/AElementary school grades 1 to 84,697Public4,532Private165Elementary and high school7,253Public6,960Private293High school grades 9 to 122,556Public2,428Private128College, undergraduate years1,203Public1,016Private187Graduate or professional school223Public158Private65Not enrolled in school30,176EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT Population 25 years and over 29,201Less than 9th grade8499th to 12th grade, no diploma3,327High school graduate8,346Some college, no degree9,027Associate's degree2,656Bachelor's degree4,996Graduate or professional degree17.1Percent high school graduate or higher85.7Percent bachelor's degree or higher3,353 Arnold Employment and Labor Characteristics. EMPLOYMENT STATUS (Calaveras County) Population 16 years and over 32,543In labor force17,565Civilian labor force17,555Employed16,202Unemployed1,353Percent Unemployed7.7Armed Forces10 Females 16 years and over 16,542In labor force8,023Civilian labor force8,023Unemployed Civilian labor force575Armed forces Males 16 years and over 16,001In labor force9,542Civilian labor forceN/AUnemployed Civilian labor force778Armed forces10COMMUTING TO WORK (Calaveras County) Workers 16 years and over 15,863Car, truck, or van -- drove alone11,718Car, truck, or van -- carpooled2,408Public transportation (excluding taxicab)N/AWalked422Other means102Worked at home1,103Mean travel time to work (minutes)508,885OCCUPATION (Calaveras County) Civilian employed population 16 years and over 5,035Management, professional, and related occupations5,035Service occupations2,949Sales and office occupations3,879Farming, fishing, and forestry occupations116Construction, extraction, maintenance and repair occupations2,356Production, transportation, and material moving occupations1,867INDUSTRY (Calaveras County) Civilian employed population 16 years and over 5,035Agriculture, forestry, fishing and hunting, and mining439ConstructionN/AManufacturing1,097Wholesale trade379Retail trade2,118Transportation and warehousing, and utilities1,154Information302Finance and insurance, and real estate and rental and leasing800Professional, scientific, and management, and administrative1,290Educational services, and health care and social assistance3,028Arts, entertainment, and recreation, and accommodation, and food services1,548Other services, except public administrationN/APublic administration1,209CLASS OF WORKER (Calaveras County) Civilian employed population 16 years and over 5,035Private wage and salary workers10,183Government workers3,285Self-employed workers in own not incorporated business2,645Unpaid family workersN/A Arnold Housing Characteristics. HOUSING OCCUPANCY (Calaveras County) Total housing units 22,946Occupied housing units16,469Vacant housing units6,477UNITS IN STRUCTURE (Calaveras County) Total housing units 22,9461-unit, detached19,3981-unit, attached4642 units2813 or 4 units2135 to 9 units18610 to 19 units3320 to 49 units12750 or more units8Mobile home2,055HOUSING TENURE (Calaveras County) Occupied housing units 16,469Owner-occupied12,967Renter-occupied3,502VEHICLES AVAILABLE (Calaveras County) Occupied housing units 16,469No vehicles available9512 vehicle available11,2163 vehicles available3,0614 vehicles available8475 or more vehicles available498HOUSE HEATING FUEL (Calaveras County) Occupied housing units 16,469Utility gas1,499Bottled, tank, or LP gasN/AElectricity2,617Fuel oil, kerosene, etc.246Coal or cokeWood4,410Solar energy18Other fuel295No fuel used25HOUSING UNIT VALUE (Calaveras County) Occupied housing units 16,469Less Than $50,00012,967$50,000 to $99,9991,175$100,000 to $149,9993,035$150,000 to $199,9992,464$200,000 to $299,9991,937$300,000 to $499,999405$1,000,000 or more23Median (dollars)156,900GROSS RENT (Calaveras County) Occupied units paying rent 3,502Less than $200100$200 to $299198$300 to $499631$500 to $699974$700 to $999874$1,000 to $1,499157$1,500 or more20

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Harold has a total of 3,461 people and of those residents there are 1,731 males and 1,730 females.. The median age of the male population is 36.2 and the female population is 37.. General Harold InformationTotal area in square miles - Floyd County 395.46Water area in square miles - Floyd County N/AResident population - Floyd County 42,441Population rank - Floyd County 1,047Total population3,461Total population (male)1,731Total population (female)1,730Population median age (male)36.2Population median age (female)37Births - Floyd County539Deaths- Floyd County493Population of one race3,453Population of two or more races8Population under 20 years950Population under 20 years (male)506Population under 20 years (female)444Total population 18 years and over2,612 Harold Social Characteristics. HOUSEHOLDS BY TYPE (Floyd County) Total households 16,881Family households (families)12,371With own children under 18 years5,993Married-couple family9,537With own children under 18 years4,292Male householder, no wife present, family608With own children under 18 years294Female householder, no husband present, family1,924With own children under 18 years1,140 Nonfamily households 4,614Householder living alone4,23965 years and over1,730GENERAL HOUSEHOLDSHouseholds with one or more people under 18 years527Households with one or more people 65 years and over266Average household size2.44Average family size2.93RELATIONSHIP FAMILY HOUSEHOLDS Population in family households 3,019Householder1,017Spouse789Child1,036Other relatives34Nonrelatives39Unmarried partner26Roomer or boarder1Housemate or roommate3Unmarried partner50Foster childN/AOther9RELATIONSHIP NONFAMILY HOUSEHOLDS Population in nonfamily households 439Male householder195Male householder living alone173Male householder not living alone22Female householder203Female householder living alone189Female householder not living alone14Nonrelatives41Unmarried partner24Roomer or boarder1Housemate or roommate8Foster childN/AOther8RELATIONSHIP BY SEX Females 15 years and over 17,612Never married2,702Now married10,295Separated333Widowed2,293Divorced1,989 Males 15 years and over N/ANever marriedN/ANow marriedN/ASeparated312Widowed556Divorced1,687TOTAL POPULATION BY SEX AND AGE Total Population 3,461Male1,731Under 5 years1195 to 9 years12510 to 14 years12515 to 17 years8418 and 19 years5320 years1921 years1822 to 24 years5625 to 29 years9730 to 34 years13635 to 39 years15740 to 44 years13945 to 49 years14150 to 54 years14855 to 59 years8160 and 61 years3462 to 64 years5065 and 66 years1867 to 69 years2670 to 74 years5175 to 79 years3180 to 84 years1585 years and over8Female1,730Under 5 years1035 to 9 years9710 to 14 years11115 to 17 years8518 and 19 years4820 years1321 years2922 to 24 years6225 to 29 years13130 to 34 years13835 to 39 years13940 to 44 years15645 to 49 years14750 to 54 years11755 to 59 years10660 and 61 years3062 to 64 years3465 and 66 years2067 to 69 years2870 to 74 years5075 to 79 years3980 to 84 years2885 years and over19TOTAL POPULATION BY RACE Total population 3,461 One race 3,453White3,441Black or African American6American Indian and Alaska Native1Asian4Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific IslanderN/ASome other raceN/ATwo or more races8RACE POPULATION IN HOUSEHOLDS Total population in households 3,458People who are White alone3,438People who are Black or African American alone6People who are American Indian and Alaska Native alone1People who are Asian alone4People who are Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander aloneN/APeople who are Hispanic or Latino17People who are Some other race alone1RESIDENCE IN 1995 Population 5 years and over 39,873Same house27,221Different house - same countyN/ADifferent county - same state2,537Different state or abroad2,279Different state2,065Abroad214PLACE OF BIRTH (Floyd County) Total resident population 42,441Born in United States42,746State of residence36,538Different state5,583Born in Puerto Rico, U.S. Island areas85Foreign born235 Harold Education and School Enrollment. In a table below, we provide you with the total school enrollment for children 3 years and older in the county surrounding Harold.. The table below shows the Harold population over 25 years old and their level of education achievement.. EMPLOYMENT STATUS (Floyd County) Population 16 years and over 33,750In labor force13,962Civilian labor force13,959Employed12,558Unemployed1,401Percent Unemployed10Armed Forces3 Females 16 years and over 17,311In labor force6,566Civilian labor force6,566Unemployed Civilian labor force652Armed forces Males 16 years and over 16,439In labor force7,396Civilian labor forceN/AUnemployed Civilian labor force749Armed forces3COMMUTING TO WORK (Floyd County) Workers 16 years and over 12,284Car, truck, or van -- drove alone9,898Car, truck, or van -- carpooled1,733Public transportation (excluding taxicab)N/AWalked259Other means93Worked at home277Mean travel time to work (minutes)309,695OCCUPATION (Floyd County) Civilian employed population 16 years and over 3,666Management, professional, and related occupations3,666Service occupations2,000Sales and office occupations2,994Farming, fishing, and forestry occupations78Construction, extraction, maintenance and repair occupations2,018Production, transportation, and material moving occupations1,802INDUSTRY (Floyd County) Civilian employed population 16 years and over 3,666Agriculture, forestry, fishing and hunting, and mining1,321ConstructionN/AManufacturing638Wholesale trade454Retail trade1,887Transportation and warehousing, and utilities775Information276Finance and insurance, and real estate and rental and leasing531Professional, scientific, and management, and administrative838Educational services, and health care and social assistance3,001Arts, entertainment, and recreation, and accommodation, and food services779Other services, except public administrationN/APublic administration681CLASS OF WORKER (Floyd County) Civilian employed population 16 years and over 3,666Private wage and salary workers9,184Government workers2,373Self-employed workers in own not incorporated business982Unpaid family workersN/A Harold Housing Characteristics. In Harold, KY there are 18,551 housing units; of those housing units, there are approximately 16,881 occupied and 1,670 vacant.. With so many housing units people are always in need of Harold, KY local movers to help them move from one place to another so be sure to check out MovingIdeas.org for moving guides, Harold, KY truck rentals options, quotes and additional information.. HOUSING OCCUPANCY (Floyd County) Total housing units 18,551Occupied housing units16,881Vacant housing units1,670UNITS IN STRUCTURE (Floyd County) Total housing units 18,5511-unit, detached11,5191-unit, attached1722 units2803 or 4 units3565 to 9 units39310 to 19 units10020 to 49 units9950 or more units149Mobile home5,477HOUSING TENURE (Floyd County) Occupied housing units 16,881Owner-occupied12,872Renter-occupied4,009VEHICLES AVAILABLE (Floyd County) Occupied housing units 16,881No vehicles available2,3542 vehicle available8,5033 vehicles available1,8114 vehicles available4715 or more vehicles available125HOUSE HEATING FUEL (Floyd County) Occupied housing units 16,881Utility gas7,277Bottled, tank, or LP gasN/AElectricity8,317Fuel oil, kerosene, etc.298Coal or coke261Wood111Solar energyOther fuel8No fuel used17HOUSING UNIT VALUE (Floyd County) Occupied housing units 16,881Less Than $50,00012,872$50,000 to $99,9992,897$100,000 to $149,999768$150,000 to $199,999315$200,000 to $299,999109$300,000 to $499,9996$1,000,000 or more11Median (dollars)53,100GROSS RENT (Floyd County) Occupied units paying rent 4,009Less than $200761$200 to $299554$300 to $4991,343$500 to $699362$700 to $99968$1,000 to $1,49917$1,500 or moreN/A

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