Population by Age in 2010
(population by age, percent distribution and percent change, 2000-2010

2010

2000

population

distribution

population

distribution

percent 
change

309,638,257

100.00%

281,424,602

100.00%

10.0%

Under 5 years

21,124,555

6.82%

5 to 9 years

20,831,716

6.73%

10 to 14 years

20,308,860

6.56%

15 to 19 years

21,727,358

7.02%

20 to 24 years

21,720,753

7.01%

25 to 29 years

21,368,502

6.90%

30 to 34 years

20,371,295

6.58%

35 to 39 years

20,233,101

6.53%

40 to 44 years

20,968,525

6.77%

45 to 49 years

22,563,160

7.29%

50 to 54 years

22,079,542

7.13%

55 to 59 years

19,487,814

6.29%

60 to 64 years

16,735,169

5.40%

65 to 69 years

12,230,630

3.95%

70 to 74 years

9,167,716

2.96%

75 to 79 years

7,241,680

2.34%

80 to 84 years

5,701,900

1.84%

85 to 89 years

3,649,355

1.18%

90 to 94 years

1,580,669

0.51%

95 to 99 years

461,278

0.15%

84,679

0.03%

19,176,154
20,549,855
20,528,425
20,218,782
18,962,964
19,381,792
20,511,067
22,707,390
22,442,442
20,092,711
17,585,824
13,469,425
10,805,577
9,533,651
8,857,533
7,415,910
4,945,426
2,789,863
1,112,563
286,794
50,454

6.81%
7.30%
7.29%
7.18%
6.74%
6.89%
7.29%
8.07%
7.97%
7.14%
6.25%
4.79%
3.84%
3.39%
3.15%
2.64%
1.76%
0.99%
0.40%
0.10%
0.02%

10.2%
1.4%
‐1.1%
7.5%
14.5%
10.3%
‐0.7%
‐10.9%
‐6.6%
12.3%
25.6%
44.7%
54.9%
28.3%
3.5%
‐2.3%
15.3%
30.8%
42.1%
60.8%
67.8%

Total

100 years and over
Median Age

36.8 years

35.3 years

 
Source: Census Bureau and Pitney Bowes Business Insight, 2010 

190 1.363.886 362.972 1.1% 13.875 1.998.644 894.544 6.681 5.839 8.080.487 337.832 63.State of the States in 2010 (population by region and state.559 4.2% 1.650 890.890 1.658 6.337 270.052 25.614.757 294.670.638 3.3% 8.801 622.9% 10.130.938 555.138 91.166 1.619.572 237.8% 5.5% 20.917 3.851.021.532.235.708 493.818 2.302.344 5.776 6.6% 13.369 119.8% 8.570 81.340.314 2.075 3.380 2.372 65.520 2.4% 18.052.912.943 1.936.278 8.204 820.824.791 8.018.060 9.844.730.6% 7.7% 0.5% 6.240 18.597 13. 2000‐2010) 2000‐2010 2010  population 2000  population change percent  change United States 309.871.260.095 4.538 1.808.117 9.3% 2.046.301 6.349.9% 3.841.317 1.753 100.819.254 281.507.042.9% 4.450.414.756 6.007 63.316.119 4.228 10.078.471.398 1.684 902.615.   .524 382.265 1.957 5.274.301.296.828 64.071 1.894.405.302.776 4.9% 5.0% 7.4% 1.143 1.557 572.233.337 318.6% 1.780 6.725 2.162 67.919.8% 14.4% 8.6% 14.702 213.114 422.673.379 3.048.9% 0.904 9.6% 7.382 626.968 5.204 608.821 7.1% 6.5% 16.386 33.739.3% 14.468.230 61.218 3.276 20.024 672.408.533.911 5.634 652.2% 14.557.225 114.395.2% 3.072 204.315 4.471 7.235.607 2.811 8.345 151.564.406 642.666 5.750 3.288 4.643. change and percent change.041 18.689.969.342.648 4.283 3.419.334 2.711.0% Northeast Midwest South West 55.6% 4.437 12.602 28.136 37.399 662.015 3.221 1.811.438.1% 27.476 37.5% Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware District of Columbia Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming .832 754.688.141 79.397 95.1% 2.977.260 1.926.3% 5.048 5.190 100.239.596.7% 3.496 608.752 1.960.206 377.186.652.8% 4.4% 15.9% 12.783 292.306 1.643.752.174 16.982.762.079.468.0% 11.1% 30.309 812.141 558.868.963.080 2.185 2.308 298.011.055 15.584 1.032.195 11.821 6.996 443.447.952 708.561.667 41.378.740.911.289 2.492 4.268 128.5% 8.6% 0.601 607.594.1% 8.915 5.976.037 110.916 4.119 9.035 14.840.460 ‐1.2% 18.114.931 5.033 609.773.353.938.295 4.213.781 1.198.579 9.096 12.861 2.492 2.4% 4.638.811 4.267 11.607 783.150 3.835 5.234 6.681.579 19.293.7% 11.327.179 2.2% 12.4% 4.708 868.6% 4.652 10.437 446.4% 3.692.424.211.538 638.7% 21.736 72.6% 21.639 1.825 981.803 91.131 53.068 279.864 6.457.683.955 12.669.2% 7.378 1.8% 33.281.7% 7.323 12.421.352.514.

007. CA 2.199 12.4% 19 21 Baltimore‐Towson.350 5.632.306 5. FL 5.043. CA 3.365. AZ 4.093 4.839.188.7% 24 24 Sacramento‐‐Arden‐Arcade‐‐Roseville.    . PA‐NJ‐DE‐MD 5.868 6.7% 7 6 Washington‐Arlington‐Alexandria.452. Paul‐Bloomington.652 4.6% 1 1 Los Angeles‐Long Beach‐Santa Ana.745 251.628 615.383.645. 2010.850 5.478 9.279.016 2.248.254. CO 2.897 415.440.594. Louis. MD 2.323.1% 22 20 Portland‐Vancouver‐Beaverton.927.5% 21 22 Pittsburgh.123.060 2.571 5.431.349 240.796.4% 6 4 Miami‐Fort Lauderdale‐Pompano Beach. PA 2.302.038 5. CA 12.074 778.628 5.009.022 151.9% 20 19 Denver‐Aurora‐Broomfield.664 140.578 28.888 1.158 308.185.813.006 2.852 356.572 1.5% 10 10 Phoenix‐Mesa‐Scottsdale.145 5.465 ‐1.968.8% 17 17 St.817 938. FL 2.193. GA 5.3% 23 25 Cincinnati‐Middletown.563 ‐3.459.0% 3 3 Dallas‐Fort Worth‐Arlington.630 546.059 3.812 333.358 11.6% 12 9 San Francisco‐Oakland‐Fremont.725 6.153.1% 13 12 Riverside‐San Bernardino‐Ontario.088.819 31.8% 14 13 Seattle‐Tacoma‐Bellevue.4% 5 8 Philadelphia‐Camden‐Wilmington.008 5.8% 4 5 Houston‐Sugar Land‐Baytown.417 1.558 ‐69.523 15. IL‐IN‐WI 9.764.2% 16 16 San Diego‐Carlsbad‐San Marcos.574.161.171. MN‐WI 3.715.592.604.Major Metro Markets in 2010 (population of top 25 CBSA's.316.796.498 8.6% 15 15 Minneapolis‐St.996.865 3.720 19.392.470 4.553. change and percent change.698.098. DC‐VA‐MD‐WV 5.091 18.977 36.375.312 2. MI 4.432.251.981.292 2.537 1.054 18.0% 2 2 Chicago‐Naperville‐Joliet. MA‐NH 4.2% 8 7 Atlanta‐Sandy Springs‐Marietta.883 352.564.992 584.2% 18 18 Tampa‐St.162 13.021 1. NY‐NJ‐PA 19.292.608 27.498 9.663 19. WA 3. CA 4.086 ‐76.472 16. MO‐IL 2.655 4. CA 4.651 175.840 4.273 4.704.6% 11 14 Detroit‐Warren‐Livonia. 2000‐2010.179.537 2.396.9% 25 27   Source: Census Bureau and Pitney Bowes Business Insight. TX 6. OR‐WA 2. TX 6. Petersburg‐Clearwater.439 847.149 2.014 368. OH‐KY‐IN 2.856 27.937 1.0% 9 11 Boston‐Cambridge‐Quincy.687.354.834 274.523 2.204 11.008. rank in 2010 and 2000) metro 2010  2000  population population 2000‐2010 percent  rank in  rank in  change change 2010 2000 New York‐Northern New Jersey‐Long Island.395 3.546 4.343 424.

616 29% Hispanic         49. 2010.Ethnic Diversity in 2010 (population in thousands.195 40% Total population 2000‐2010 percent  change change   Source: Census Bureau and Pitney Bowes Business Insight. by race and Hispanic origin.771 69%           4.804 4%           3.555 10% Asian.158 100%         27. percent distribution.093 65%      195. non‐Hispanic      200.414 5%         10.    . non‐Hispanic         37.156 2%           5. Hawaiian.298 10% White.457 100%      282.968 12%         34.540 2%           1. non‐Hispanic           7. other  Pacific Islander         14.323 2% Black.414 12%           3. change and percent change.609 33% All other. 2000‐2010) 2010 2000 percent  population distribution percent  population distribution      309.825 16%         35.629 13%         14.

126 100.297 3.426      1.5%      3.775           3.6% 71.1% 22.7%      4.779.908.754 31.    .Living Arrangements in 2010 (households and change in households.192.618 9.2% 14.027.787.466      3.682 3.2% 4.457.1%          632.012 12.805      1.8% male householder female householder           4.493.727 24.394.813 11. 2010.276 27.6% 2.2% Married couples men living alone women living alone percent  households distribution   Source: Census Bureau and Pitney Bowes Business Insight.997 2.095.347 68.103 4.1% 23.364.386 17.5% 3. female head Other family.1%         33.9% 27.657.394 9.3% 21.399.0%         14.418.835.685.430 11.158.4%         15.526.232 51.2% 54.778          380.505 28.9% 29.201 24.847.5% 4.028.703 12.025 14.969 11.5% 12.7% 14.480.3% 2.615 6.1%      8.5%          251.850 Without chiuldren < 18 With children < 18 Other family.440. 2000‐2010) 2010 2000 households percent  distribution All households      120.756.230.2% Living alone         33.068.100.0% 105.5% 49.572         18.106 15.318 27.851.8%      6.6%      3. percent distribution and percent change by household type.092.776.947.595 21.022.0% 25.879.0%    15.8% 33.073 5.450.2%      2.777 66.4% Living with non‐relatives           7.532         26.101 FAMILY HOUSEHOLDS         80.6% 11.2%         59.398 12.9% 6. male head 2000‐2010 change percent  change 100.3% 6.734 26.0% NON‐FAMILY HOUSEHOLDS         40.462.900.529           5.240.066.3% 15.679 6.582.9%      7.075 25.349 33.494.692.

7% 25.6% 15.8% 5. 2000‐2010) 2010 percent with  bachelor's degree or  higher 2000 percent with  bachelor's degree or  higher percentage point  change MEN 28.1% 26.9% 3.2% 3.4% 27.5% 29.8% 3.4% 26.2% 25 to 34 35 to 44 45 to 54 65 and older 33.4% 0.      .0% 22.2% 30.7% 11.Bachelor's Degree or Bust in 2010 (degrees earned by population aged 25 or older.3% 20.2% 32.4% 26.1% 2.8% 6.8% 29.0% 23.2% 25.5% 0.8% 4.7% WOMEN 27. 2010.9% 29. percentage points change.4% 3.3% 25 to 34 35 to 44 45 to 64 65 and older 25.7% 2000‐2010   Source: Census Bureau and Pitney Bowes Business Insight.

718              20.5% 44.  Work Force Demographics in 2010 (civial labor force by age and sex. aged 16 and older MEN           115.647 56% 75% 76% 76% 60% 22% 6%               16.7% ‐0.599               17.1% ‐4.0% WOMEN           123.747              10.9% ‐1.790               10.0% ‐6.963              10.8% 17.220              18.629 73%             101.570               12.607              21.480              21.6% 6.7% 42.6% 3.721               11. 2010.089 62% 76% 77% 76% 53% 15% 3% 10.3%   Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics and Pitney Bowes Business Insight.199               19.8% ‐2.1% ‐6. percent change in labor force.351              16.110              22.267              11.7% 23.1% ‐1.7% ‐4.307 60% 12.6% 7.091                7.890               19.180               18.135 60% 91% 92% 88% 71% 31% 11%               17.745               22.6% 20.043                  9. participation rates.191 59%             109.451              20.0% 16 to 24 25 to 34 35 to 44 45 to 54 55 to 64 65 to 74 75 and older              19.4% 16 to 24 25 to 34 35 to 44 45 to 54 55 to 64 65 to 74 75 and older              18. 2000‐2010) 2010 labor force 2000 2000‐2010 participation  rate labor force participation  rate percent change  in labor force 2000‐2010 percentage  point change in  participation Labor force.291                  5.0% 17.1% 2.0% 7.030              20.5% ‐0.744                  8.      .1% 2.0% 6.4% 21.629 75% 13.1% 0.4% ‐1.8% 19.8% 3.2% ‐1.800 67% 93% 93% 89% 69% 24% 8% 10.275               21.

3% ‐1.9% 5.534               18.6% ‐0.3% 17.398 ‐48 937 ‐1.293               14.235               22.501 14.029 $            53.837 $            33.481 Under 25 25 to 34 35 to 44 45 to 54 55 to 64 65 to 74 75 and older                  5. change and percent change.0% 53.835               13. in thousands.    .486               19.6% Under 25 25 to 44 45 to 64 65 and older $            27.683 7.508               10.298               23.1% (median household income in constant 2009 dollars.859 $            58.Retirement Roulette in 2010 (households by age.034 $            63.879             105.047 $            57. median income.976               21.120 ‐$1.544 ‐$2.2% 22.250 4.578 $            66. 2000‐2010) MEDIAN INCOME 2000‐2010 percent  change change 2010 2000 All households $            52.3% 14.987 1.247               11.009 $            34.408 ‐2.3% ‐2.134                  5.6% ‐3.437 ‐$1.718               25.633 2000‐2010 percent  change change          15.968               21. 2000‐2010) HOUSEHOLDS 2010 2000 All households             120.588 1.787 $            28. 2010.1% ‐5.812 ‐$1.0%   Source: Census Bureau and Pitney Bowes Business Insight.172 ‐$333 ‐6.495               12. change and percent change.

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