Population & Demographics

Population

YearPopulation 
200023,535
201339,598
201545,456
201850,000
Change 2000 - 201368%
Change 2013 - 20183.1%
  Sources:Nielsen-Claritas, Inc.

Diversity (2013)

 Race/EthnicityPercent
White87.6%
Black/American0.9%
American Indian1.2%
Pacific Islander0.1%
Other8.9%
Hispanic or Lation17.9%
Not Hispanic or Lation82.1%
  Sources:Nielsen-Claritas, Inc.,  

Household Income

Median Household Income

YearAmount
2000*$34,504
2013$36,948
2014$40,298
2018$43,400
Change '13-'18-12.3%
  Sources:Nielsen-Claritas, Inc.,   *U.S. Census Bureau
Household Income Distribution (2013)
Households15.538
Less than $35,00047.5%
Between $35,000 and $75,00038.2%
Greater than $75,00014.5%
Sources:Nielsen-Claritas, Inc.,

EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT

Highest Level2013
No High School Diploma11.4%
High School Diploma Only27.1%
1 to 3 Years College*35.4%
Associate Degree9.2%
Bachelors Degree12.1%
Graduate Degree4.7%
12 to 15 years of education71.8%
16 or more years of education16.8%
  Sources:Nielsen-Claritas, Inc.
*No degree
 


Age Distribution

Percent

Age Group (in years)200020132018
0-1726.8%24.3%24.6%
18-3420.1%20.0%20.3%
35-5426.4%23.0%21.5%
55-649.5%13.2%12.6%
65-749.8%11.1%12.2%
75 and over7.4%8.4%8.8%

Numeric

Age Group (in years)20132018
0-179.60610.031
18-347.9188.284
35-549.1048.790
55-645.2465.152
65-744.4134.987
75 and over3.3113.579

Change in Population by Age Group 2013-2018 *

Age Group (in years)NumberPercent
0-174254.4%
18-343664.6%
35-54-314-3.4%
55-64-94-1.8%
65-7457413.0%
75 and over2688.1%
SOURCES:Nielsen-Claritas, Inc.
*Based on Nielsen-Clarita 2013 estimates U S.
Census data not available
 

MEDIAN AGE

YearAge
200037.2
201340.4
201536.5
201839.8
Sources:Nielsen-Claritas, Inc.
 

LABOR FORCE

CIVILIAN LABOR FORCE

Number
200010.699
201217.204
August 201316.644
% Change 2000 - 2012608%
SOURCE U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

UNEMPLOYMENT

NumberPercent
20004254.0%
20121.6189.4%
August 20131.4638.8%
SOURCE U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

EMPLOYMENT BY INDUSTRY (2013)

IndustryEmploymentPercent
Total17.107100%
Agriculture / Forestry / Fishing / Hunting / Mining2601.6%
Construction1.3518.4%
Total Manufacturing90356%
Wholesale Trade7044.4%
Retail Trade2.714169%
Transportabcn / Warehousing/Utilities6384.0%
Information1721.1%
Finance / lnsurance / Real Estate/Renl, Leasing99558%
Professional / Science / Technical/Administration61738%
Management of Companies-0.0%
Admin/Support / Waste Mgmt69743%
Educational Services1.4318.9%
Health Care / Social Asst2.53715.8%
Entertainmen / Recreation Services5003.1%
Accommodation / Food Services1.653103%
Other Services. Not Pub Admin9155.7%
Public Adminislraticn1.02064%
SOURCE: Nielsen-Claritas. Inc

RESIDENT HIGH-KNOWLEDGE OCCUPATIONAL EMPLOYMENT (2013)

Occupational GroupEmploymentPercent
Total4,499100%
Healthcare Practitioner/Technician1.05723.5%
Life / Physical/Social Science671.5%
Architecture / Engineering4039.0%
Arts / Design / Entertainment / Sports / Media2084.6%
Business and Financial Operations3076.8%
Computer and Mathematical1984.4%
Education / Training / Library90820.2%
Legal1292.9%
Management including Farmers / Farm Mgrs1.22227.2%
SOURCE: Nielsen-Claritas. Inc US Bureau of Labor Statistics

EMPLOYMENT

NumberPercent
200010.27496.0%
201215.58690.6%
August, 201315.18191.2%
SOURCE: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

LABOR PARTICIPATION (2013)

NumberPercent
Male8,88259.6%
Female8,84155.0%
Total17,72357.2%
SOURCE: Nielsen-Claritas, Inc.

RESIDENT EMPLOYMENT BY OCCUPATION (2013)

Occupational GroupEmploymentPercent
Total17.204100%
Management including Farmers and Farm Managers1.2227.1%
Business and Financial Operations3071.8%
Computer and Mathematical1981.2%
Architecture and Engineering4032.3%
Life. Physical, and Social Science670.4%
Community and Social Services5012.9%
Legal1290.7%
Education, Training, and Library9085.3%
Arts, Design, Entertainment Sports, and Media2081.2%
Healthcare Practitioners and Technical1,0576.1%
Healthcare Support3912.3%
Protective Service6453.7%
Food Preparation and Serving RelatedU177.1%
Building and Grounds Cleaning, and Maintenance*1.0636.2%
Service: Personal Care and Service1.0035.8%
Sales 8nd Related Occupations2.18012.7%
Office and Admnistrative Support2.43814.2%
Farming. Fishing, and Forestry*540.3%
Construction and Extraction*1,0896.3%
Installation. Maintenance, and Repair*6253.6%
Production*6064.7%
Transportation and Material Moving*6944.0%
SOURCE: Nielsen-Claritas. Inc. U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics
*Blue-collar occupations

WHITE- AND BLUE-COLLAR OCCUPATIONAL DISTRIBUTION (2013)

Occupational GroupEmploymentPercent
Blue-Collar4,33025.2%
White-Collar12.87455.0%
Total17,72357.2%
SOURCE: Nielsen-Claritas. Inc. U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

Where Employees

Residence LocationPercent
Total100%
Prescott Valley town, AZ31.8%
Prescott city, AZ10.9%
Phoenix city, AZ6.1%
Chino Valley town, AZ3.1%
Mesa city, AZ2.1%
Flagstaff city, AZ1.9%
Peoria city, AZ1.9%
Clarkdale town, AZ1.7%
Glendale city. AZ1.7%
Willamson CDP. AZ1.6%
All Other Locations37.2%
Non-residents as % of employees68.2%
SOURCE: U.S. Bureau of the Census On The Map

AVERAGE ANNUAL EARNINGS BY INDUSTRY (2012)*

NAICSIndustryEarnings
Total533,128
11—Forestry, fishing, hunting, agriculture support$26.691
21—Mining$72,681
22—UUftes$35.495
23—Construction$34.758
31—Manufacturing$41.694
42—Wholesale trade$53.246
44—Retail trade$25.213
48—Transportation & warehousing$43,265
51—information$39.652
52—Finance 4 insurance$44.480
53—Real estate 4 rental 4 leasing$31.298
54—Professional, scientific 4 technical services$43.525
55—Management of companies 4 enterprises$38.433
56—Administration 4 Support. Waste Management and Remediation$30.886
61—Educational services$37.651
62—Health care and soda) assistance$40.002
71—Arts, entertainment 4 recreation$17.658
72—Accommodation 4 food services$17.061
81—Other services (except public administration)$25.136
SOURCE: U.S. Bureau of (ho Census On The Map

Where Residents Work

Employment LocationPercent
Total100.0%
Prescott city, AZ30.8%
Prescott Valley town, AZ18.0%
Phoenix city, AZ14.9%
Flagstaff city, AZ3.0%
Scottsdale city, AZ2.1%
Tempe city, AZ1.9%
Glendale city. AZ1.6%
Chino Valley town, AZ1.6%
Tucson city, AZ1.5%
Mesa city. AZ1.3%
All Other Locations23.2%
Non-residents as % of employees69.2%
SOURCE: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics(QCEW), *For Yavapai County

Education

PUBLIC SCHOOLS & SECONDARY INSTITUTIONS (2013)

Total Number of Public Schools20
Expenditure per Pupil .Total$6,432
High School Enrollment - Total8.136
High School Graduation Rates79
SOURCE: State of Arizona, * 2010 data (Humboldt United School District)

POST-SECONDARY INSTITUTIONS

Less-than-Four-Year InstitutionsAddressTotal Fall Enrollment (2012)Graduates (2012)
Yavapai College. Prescott Valley CampusPrescott ValleyNo data for satelite campuses
Four-or-More-Year InstitutionsAddressTotal Fall Enrollment (2012)Graduates (2012)
North central University* Prescott College. Prescott Valley CampusPrescott Valley11.792901 No data for satelite campuses
SOURCE U.S. Department of Education. National Center for Education Statistics (IPEDS) 'Distance Learning. For-ProSf University

DRIVING DISTANCES AND TIMES TO SELECTED LOCATIONS

DestinationDistance in MilesTime
Flagstaff, Arizona89.91hr 33nws
Phoenix, Arizona92.81hrs 32mins
Tucson, Arizona2033hrs 14mins
Los Angeles, California3916hrs 20mins
Albuquerque, New Mexico4106hrs
San Diego, California4386hrs 23mms
El Paso, Texas5217hrs28mins
Reno, Nevada68510hrs 39mins
Boulder, Colorado76412hrs
Kansas City, Missouri1.19618hrs 8mins
SOURCE: Google Maps

NEAREST COMMERCIAL AIRPORTS AND DISTANCE FROM LOCATION

Airport NameCategoryin Miles
The Prescott Municipal AirportSmail5
Flagstaff Pufcam AirportSmail89.9
Phoenix Sky Harbor InternationalLarge Hub92.8
SOURCE: Federal Aviation Authority

COMMUTATION (2013)

% of Workforce with:Percent
Under 15-mmute commute or work at home33.5%
15 to 29-mtnute commute42.3%
30 to 59-minute commute19.8%
60-minute or more commute4.4%
Sources:Nielsen-Claritas, Inc.

MEDIAN HOME VALUE (2013)

VALUE
Median Home Value$157.934
Sources:Nielsen-Claritas, Inc.

CLIMATE

Average High Temp. *F (July)89
Average Low Temp. *F (January)23.6
Average Annual Rain (inches)12.9
Average Annual Snowiafl (inches)15.9
Average Precipitation Days58
Average Clear Days273
Sources:BestPlaces.net

COST-OF-LIVING INDEX VS. U.S. (U.S.=100)

Cost of Living93
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