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June 22, 2017

Economic yearbook 2010

Tampa Bay Yearbook 2010

High-speed rail will boost a slowly evolving turnaround.

Art Levy | 4/1/2010
» Jobs
MSA Jan. 2009 Jan. 2010 % Change Jobless Rate
Lakeland/Winter Haven 247,331 239,291 -3.3% 13.3%
Tampa/St. Petersburg/Clearwater 1,173,576 1,136,512 -3.2% 13.1%
Source: Agency for Workforce Innovation
 
» Homes
Single-family existing-home sales by Realtors
MSA Jan. 2010 Sales 1-Year Change Jan. 2010 Price 1-Year Change
Lakeland/Winter Haven 223 +5% $109,300 -1%
Tampa/St. Petersburg/Clearwater 1,603 +19% $125,600 -31%
Source: Florida Association of Realtors

 

» Population Totals
+ 2.4% or higher    -1.0%-2.4%   - 1.0% or less
    Average Annual Growth
County 2010 2006-2010 Trend
Citrus 147,968 1.97% -
Hernando 180,918 2.61 +
Hillsborough 1,209,969 1.10 -
Pasco 497,653 2.83 +
Pinellas 915,814 -0.13 -
Polk 598,442 1.82 -
Florida 18,910,672 1.21% -

 

» Population by Age
  Years of Age (2010)
County 0-14 15-19 20-39 40-64 65+ TOTAL
Citrus 13.0% 4.6% 22.2% 29.9% 30.3% 147,968
Hernando 15.6 5.1 24.8 29.2 25.4 180,918
Hillsborough 20.2 6.7 27.1 33.4 12.5 1,209,969
Pasco 17.6 5.5 25.6 30.9 20.4 497,653
Pinellas 15.2 5.4 21.2 37.2 21.0 915,814
Polk 20.2 6.3 26.3 29.8 17.3 598,442
Florida 17.9% 6.1% 25.4% 32.9% 17.6% 18,910,672

 

» Per Capita Income
    Source of Income
County Per Capita Income 2010 Labor Property Transfer
Citrus $31,424 43.4% 27.1% 29.4%
Hernando 29,950 51.1 20.1 28.7
Hillsborough 37,322 75.3 18.1 6.6
Pasco 28,765 60.7 16.8 22.5
Pinellas 45,253 60.6 27.1 12.2
Polk 33,290 63.3 19.6 17.1
Florida $39,927 62.2% 26.5% 11.3%

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