September 4, 2015

Economic yearbook 2009

Space Coast Yearbook 2009

Taking care not to neglect existing businesses.

Diane Sears | 4/1/2009
Jobs
MSA Jan. 2008 Jan. 2009 % Change Jobless Rate
Deltona / Daytona / Ormond Beach
170,100 161,700 -4.9% 9.9%
Palm Bay / Melbourne / Titusville 211,500 200,800 -5.1% 9.5%
Source: Agency for Workforce Innovation

HOMES
Single-family, existing-home sales by Realtors
MSA Jan. 2009 Sales 1-Year Change Jan. 2009 Price 1-Year Change
Daytona Beach
419 +31% $131,800 -26%
Melbourne / Titusville/ Palm Bay 377 +46% $118,300 -32%
Source: Florida Association of Realtors

POPULATION TOTALS
 2.4% or higher  1.0% - 2.4%  1.0% or less
COUNTY 2009 Average Annual Growth
2005-2009 Trend
Brevard
548,208 1.00%
Flagler
93,816 5.61
Volusia 515,255 1.45
Florida 18,898,835 1.60%

POPULATION BY AGE
Years of Age (2009)
County 0-14 15-19 20-39 40-64 65+ Total
Brevard
15.4% 6.0% 23.4% 34.4% 20.8% 548,208
Flagler
13.1 4.6 27.7 29.4 25.1 93,816
Volusia 15.5 6.2 25.1 32.9 20.3 515,255
Florida 18.0% 6.3% 25.8% 32.7% 17.2% 18,898,835

PER CAPITA INCOME
COUNTY Per Capita Income 2009 Source of Income
Labor Property Transfer
Brevard
$37,940 70.2% 18.7% 11.1%
Flagler
31,212 50.0 31.2 18.9
Volusia 32,928 59.6 24.2 16.2
Florida $40,331 67.6% 23.6% 8.8%

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