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Less Than College Graduate: High School Graduate

Consumer Unit Characteristics

   

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    2012    
 
 
    2022
Name Period Value Preceding
Period
Year Ago
from Period
Units
Income After Taxes
2022 48,947 U.S. Dollars 47,053 U.S. Dollars 47,053 U.S. Dollars U.S. $
Number of Consumer Units
2022 24,527 Thousands 25,032 Thousands 25,032 Thousands Thous.
Income Before Taxes
2022 49,677 U.S. Dollars 46,871 U.S. Dollars 46,871 U.S. Dollars U.S. $
Age of Reference Person
2022 53.4 Years of Age 53.9 Years of Age 53.9 Years of Age Years of Age
Number of People in CU
2022 2.3 Number 2.3 Number 2.3 Number Number
Number of Children Under 18
2022 0.5 Number 0.6 Number 0.6 Number Number
Adults 65 and Older
2022 0.5 Number 0.5 Number 0.5 Number Number
Number of Earners
2022 1.1 Number 1.0 Number 1.0 Number Number
Number of Vehicles
2022 1.6 Number 1.6 Number 1.6 Number Number
Percent Men Reference Persons
2022 47 Percent 46 Percent 46 Percent %
Percent Women Reference Persons
2022 53 Percent 54 Percent 54 Percent %
Percent Homeowner
2022 54 Percent 54 Percent 54 Percent %
Percent Homeowner with Mortgage
2022 24 Percent 23 Percent 23 Percent %
Percent Homeowner without Mortgage
2022 30 Percent 31 Percent 31 Percent %
Percent Renter
2022 46 Percent 46 Percent 46 Percent %
Percent Black or African American
2022 17 Percent 17 Percent 17 Percent %
Percent White, Asian, and All Other Races
2022 83 Percent 83 Percent 83 Percent %
Percent Hispanic or Latino
2022 20 Percent 18 Percent 18 Percent %
Percent Not Hispanic or Latino
2022 80 Percent 82 Percent 82 Percent %
Percent Elementary (1-8)
2022 2 Percent 2 Percent 2 Percent %
Percent High School (9-12)
2022 98 Percent 97 Percent 97 Percent %
Percent College
2022 0 Percent 0 Percent 0 Percent %
Percent Never Attended School and Other
. . Percent . Percent . Percent %
At Least One Vehicle Owned or Leased
2022 82 Percent 84 Percent 84 Percent %
   

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