November 1, 2014

Data: Treasure Coast 2008

| 4/1/2008
arrow POPULATION TOTALS - Treasure Coast
 2.4% or higher  1.0% - 2.4%  1.0% or less
COUNTY 2008 Average Annual Growth
2004-2008 Trend
Indian River 137,133 2.45%
Martin 148,852 1.99
Okeechobee 41,362 1.48
St. Lucie 379,108 1.62
Florida 18,846,493 2.07%
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arrow JOB TOTALS - Treasure Coast
COUNTY 2008 Jobless Rate Leading Job Sectors
Indian River 71,281 6.2% Services 37% Retail 19% Finance, Insurance, Real Estate 10%
Martin 95,420 5.1 Services 39% Retail 19% Finance, Insurance, Real Estate 11%
Okeechobee 14,036 5.6 Services 27% Retail 23% Government 15%
St. Lucie 237,500 6.5 Services 43% Retail 18% Finance 11%
Florida 10,800,715 4.6% Services 40% Retail 17% Government 11%
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arrow POPULATION BY AGE- Treasure Coast
COUNTY Years of Age (2008)
0-14 15-19 20-39 40-64 65+ TOTAL
Indian River 15.1% 5.4% 21.6% 30.6% 27.1% 137,133
Martin 14.2 5.6 20.6 32.8 26.8 148,852
Okeechobee 20.6 6.8 27.1 29.1 16.3 41,362
St.Lucie 13.3 4.9 19.8 32.5 29.5 379,108
Florida 18.4% 6.5% 25.3% 32.6% 17.1% 18,846,493
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arrow PER CAPITA INCOME - Treasure Coast
COUNTY Per Capita Income 2008 Source of Income
Labor Property Transfer
Indian River $52,086 40.7% 49.3% 10.0%
Martin 57,578 46.6 45.5 7.9
Okeechobee 22,806 59.5 15.7 24.8
St. Lucie 30,180 60.3 22.4 17.3
Florida $38,454 68.2% 23.2% 8.6%
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