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Syracuse Metro Area 2011 Population and Economic Survey by Census Bureau

Syracuse Metro Area 2011 Population and Economic Survey by Census Bureau

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DP03SELECTED ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS2011 American Community Survey 1-Year Estimates
Supporting documentation on code lists, subject definitions, data accuracy, and statistical testing can be found on the American Community Surveywebsite in the Data and Documentation section.Sample size and data quality measures (including coverage rates, allocation rates, and response rates) can be found on the American CommunitySurvey website in the Methodology section.Although the American Community Survey (ACS) produces population, demographic and housing unit estimates, it is the Census Bureau's PopulationEstimates Program that produces and disseminates the official estimates of the population for the nation, states, counties, cities and towns andestimates of housing units for states and counties.
SubjectSyracuse, NY Metro AreaEstimateMargin of ErrorPercentPercent Margin ofError
EMPLOYMENT STATUSPopulation 16 years and over532,856+/-1,273532,856(X)In labor force323,318+/-5,39460.7%+/-1.0Civilian labor force322,531+/-5,43260.5%+/-1.0Employed298,492+/-4,95856.0%+/-0.9Unemployed24,039+/-1,8834.5%+/-0.4Armed Forces787+/-4060.1%+/-0.1Not in labor force209,538+/-5,48039.3%+/-1.0Civilian labor force322,531+/-5,432322,531(X)Percent Unemployed(X)(X)7.5%+/-0.5Females 16 years and over275,976+/-962275,976(X)In labor force155,272+/-3,79956.3%+/-1.4Civilian labor force155,262+/-3,79956.3%+/-1.4Employed145,194+/-3,66652.6%+/-1.3Own children under 6 years44,214+/-1,44244,214(X)All parents in family in labor force26,785+/-2,06360.6%+/-4.1Own children 6 to 17 years97,458+/-2,10397,458(X)All parents in family in labor force67,867+/-3,51769.6%+/-3.2COMMUTING TO WORKWorkers 16 years and over293,841+/-4,925293,841(X)Car, truck, or van -- drove alone238,362+/-5,26281.1%+/-1.1Car, truck, or van -- carpooled22,908+/-1,8187.8%+/-0.6Public transportation (excluding taxicab)6,591+/-1,3212.2%+/-0.4Walked11,751+/-1,7114.0%+/-0.6Other means3,062+/-6861.0%+/-0.2Worked at home11,167+/-1,5353.8%+/-0.5Mean travel time to work (minutes)20.5+/-0.4(X)(X)OCCUPATION
 
Civilian employed population 16 years and over298,492+/-4,958298,492(X)Management, business, science, and arts occupations116,039+/-4,58938.9%+/-1.4Service occupations50,667+/-3,06017.0%+/-1.0Sales and office occupations72,992+/-4,02624.5%+/-1.3Natural resources, construction, and maintenanceoccupations
 
26,528+/-2,2988.9%+/-0.71 of509/20/2012
 
SubjectSyracuse, NY Metro AreaEstimateMargin of ErrorPercentPercent Margin ofError
Production, transportation, and material movingoccupations
 
32,266+/-2,92810.8%+/-1.0INDUSTRYCivilian employed population 16 years and over298,492+/-4,958298,492(X)Agriculture, forestry, fishing and hunting, and mining2,516+/-7120.8%+/-0.2Construction18,029+/-2,1236.0%+/-0.7Manufacturing27,269+/-2,3149.1%+/-0.8Wholesale trade8,722+/-1,4482.9%+/-0.5Retail trade37,362+/-2,39112.5%+/-0.7Transportation and warehousing, and utilities15,525+/-1,7265.2%+/-0.6Information5,493+/-1,0031.8%+/-0.3Finance and insurance, and real estate and rental andleasing19,030+/-2,3626.4%+/-0.8Professional, scientific, and management, andadministrative and waste management services
 
27,279+/-2,3529.1%+/-0.8Educational services, and health care and socialassistance
 
88,013+/-3,61729.5%+/-1.2Arts, entertainment, and recreation, andaccommodation and food services
 
24,121+/-2,6468.1%+/-0.8Other services, except public administration12,846+/-1,6914.3%+/-0.6Public administration12,287+/-1,4974.1%+/-0.5CLASS OF WORKERCivilian employed population 16 years and over298,492+/-4,958298,492(X)Private wage and salary workers229,667+/-4,97576.9%+/-1.0Government workers51,975+/-2,81517.4%+/-0.9Self-employed in own not incorporated businessworkers
 
16,669+/-1,7435.6%+/-0.6Unpaid family workers181+/-1570.1%+/-0.1INCOME AND BENEFITS (IN 2011 INFLATION-ADJUSTED DOLLARS)
 
Total households252,215+/-3,103252,215(X)Less than $10,00020,658+/-2,0698.2%+/-0.8$10,000 to $14,99913,291+/-1,4635.3%+/-0.6$15,000 to $24,99929,687+/-2,29511.8%+/-0.9$25,000 to $34,99926,151+/-2,20410.4%+/-0.9$35,000 to $49,99932,976+/-2,43813.1%+/-1.0$50,000 to $74,99947,899+/-2,97019.0%+/-1.1$75,000 to $99,99932,551+/-2,34912.9%+/-0.9$100,000 to $149,99932,074+/-2,44512.7%+/-1.0$150,000 to $199,9999,559+/-1,2093.8%+/-0.5$200,000 or more7,369+/-9352.9%+/-0.4Median household income (dollars)51,391+/-1,361(X)(X)Mean household income (dollars)65,084+/-1,297(X)(X)With earnings188,473+/-3,32074.7%+/-0.9Mean earnings (dollars)68,402+/-1,600(X)(X)With Social Security77,663+/-2,30630.8%+/-0.9Mean Social Security income (dollars)17,510+/-398(X)(X)With retirement income52,352+/-2,72420.8%+/-1.0Mean retirement income (dollars)21,895+/-1,051(X)(X)With Supplemental Security Income14,660+/-1,5325.8%+/-0.6Mean Supplemental Security Income (dollars)9,359+/-529(X)(X)With cash public assistance income8,531+/-1,1193.4%+/-0.4Mean cash public assistance income (dollars)3,982+/-622(X)(X)With Food Stamp/SNAP benefits in the past 12 months33,685+/-2,10413.4%+/-0.8Families158,827+/-2,840158,827(X)Less than $10,0007,630+/-1,2394.8%+/-0.8$10,000 to $14,9994,548+/-1,0362.9%+/-0.6$15,000 to $24,99913,210+/-1,4908.3%+/-0.9$25,000 to $34,99914,123+/-1,6248.9%+/-1.0$35,000 to $49,99918,472+/-1,74811.6%+/-1.1$50,000 to $74,99932,996+/-2,55820.8%+/-1.52 of509/20/2012
 
SubjectSyracuse, NY Metro AreaEstimateMargin of ErrorPercentPercent Margin ofError
$75,000 to $99,99924,684+/-1,88715.5%+/-1.1$100,000 to $149,99927,778+/-2,00417.5%+/-1.3$150,000 to $199,9998,585+/-1,1465.4%+/-0.7$200,000 or more6,801+/-9034.3%+/-0.6Median family income (dollars)65,085+/-1,856(X)(X)Mean family income (dollars)78,777+/-1,817(X)(X)Per capita income (dollars)25,815+/-520(X)(X)Nonfamily households93,388+/-2,97093,388(X)Median nonfamily income (dollars)29,419+/-1,718(X)(X)Mean nonfamily income (dollars)39,050+/-1,533(X)(X)Median earnings for workers (dollars)30,988+/-612(X)(X)Median earnings for male full-time, year-round workers(dollars)49,132+/-2,748(X)(X)Median earnings for female full-time, year-roundworkers (dollars)
 
37,939+/-1,593(X)(X)HEALTH INSURANCE COVERAGECivilian noninstitutionalized population655,324+/-1,962655,324(X)With health insurance coverage600,096+/-4,23991.6%+/-0.6With private health insurance466,952+/-8,11471.3%+/-1.2With public coverage218,860+/-7,61933.4%+/-1.2No health insurance coverage55,228+/-4,1918.4%+/-0.6Civilian noninstitutionalized population under 18 years147,832+/-736147,832(X)No health insurance coverage6,341+/-1,4314.3%+/-1.0Civilian noninstitutionalized population 18 to 64 years418,596+/-1,630418,596(X)In labor force:303,271+/-5,293303,271(X)Employed:280,935+/-4,979280,935(X)With health insurance coverage252,578+/-5,58089.9%+/-1.0With private health insurance235,259+/-5,47183.7%+/-1.2With public coverage23,534+/-2,4658.4%+/-0.8No health insurance coverage28,357+/-2,79510.1%+/-1.0Unemployed:22,336+/-1,82722,336(X)With health insurance coverage14,586+/-1,60665.3%+/-4.8With private health insurance9,718+/-1,32043.5%+/-4.6With public coverage5,752+/-97125.8%+/-4.0No health insurance coverage7,750+/-1,23434.7%+/-4.8Not in labor force:115,325+/-5,226115,325(X)With health insurance coverage103,223+/-4,61189.5%+/-1.7With private health insurance64,392+/-3,66755.8%+/-2.8With public coverage47,905+/-4,05641.5%+/-2.8No health insurance coverage12,102+/-2,14110.5%+/-1.7PERCENTAGE OF FAMILIES AND PEOPLE WHOSEINCOME IN THE PAST 12 MONTHS IS BELOW THEPOVERTY LEVELAll families(X)(X)10.9%+/-1.3With related children under 18 years(X)(X)18.2%+/-2.4With related children under 5 years only(X)(X)16.5%+/-4.9Married couple families(X)(X)4.2%+/-0.8With related children under 18 years(X)(X)6.6%+/-1.7With related children under 5 years only(X)(X)2.4%+/-1.4Families with female householder, no husband present(X)(X)29.7%+/-4.4With related children under 18 years(X)(X)38.9%+/-5.7With related children under 5 years only(X)(X)46.0%+/-14.6All people(X)(X)16.2%+/-1.2Under 18 years(X)(X)23.6%+/-2.8Related children under 18 years(X)(X)23.2%+/-2.8Related children under 5 years(X)(X)29.4%+/-3.7Related children 5 to 17 years(X)(X)21.1%+/-3.118 years and over(X)(X)13.9%+/-1.018 to 64 years(X)(X)15.4%+/-1.33 of509/20/2012

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