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Vernon Hill

       

South Worcester

Population

1990

2000

2006--10

2010

 

1990

2000

2006--10

2010

% change

3.6%

3.8

 

4.35%

size

7773

8053

4,253

 

32,673

34,094

36,013

% white

94.8%

76.3%

51.4

 

92.4%

78.3%

49.6

% black

2.0%

6.6%

11.2

 

2.7%

5.6%

9.0

% African American

 

% asian

1.1%

4.0%

3.0

 

2.2%

5.3%

5.0

% hispanic

4.3%

12.5%

30.0

 

4.8%

9.9%

16.0

Immigration

1990

2000

2006--10

2010

 

1990

2000

2006--10

2010

% foreign born

12.9%

19.8%

21.7

 

7%

13%

15.8

% immigrated in last 10 years

11.7%

5.5

 

8.5%

6.7

Linguistically Isolated Households

231

369

251

 

597

963

1,356

% Households linguistically isolated

7.1%

10.8%

15.4

 

5.5%

8.5%

8.2

School age linguistically isolated

44

194

87

 

267

536

603

Number of persons born in X

 

Top 5 Immigrant Groups

 

Housing

1990

2000

2006--10

2010

 

1990

2000

2006--10

2010

total units

3557

3669

1,897

 

13,442

14,041

14,824

% renter occupied (of all occupied)

67.2%

70.8%

76.6

 

56%

57%

44.4

% owner occupied

24.1%

22.9%

23.4

 

43%

43%

37.8

% Vacant

8.7%

6.3%

12.4

 

7%

6%

8.3

% housing built before 1960

87.7%

79.0%

92.3

 

59%

64%

48.7

% housing built after 1980

7.6%

10.1%

6.2

 

21%

20%

17.8

housing units: % single family homes

6.1%

7.0%

3.6

 

29.1%

32.7%

27.1

number single family

216

257

72

 

3086

4592

4,319

Income and Poverty

1990

2000

2006--10

2010

 

1990

2000

2006--10

2010

poverty rate: % people poor

13.6%

17.0%

25.2

 

11.8%

16.4%

12.3

median family income

$57,877

$64,106

44,799

 

$34,076

$43,939

53,130

median household income

44,085

 

45,720

% Households where housing costs are>30% of income

11.9%

34.5%

47.9

 

18.8%

30.1%

32.2

% Children poor

20.1%

27.8%

11.2

 

20.1%

24.3%

4.2

% Families Below 50% Metro Family Median Income

26.4%

42.2%

40.6

 

24%

33%

26.6

Est.2006 Median Family Income

 

$34,987

2005 Median Family Income

 

2005 % Poor

 

Education

1990

2000

2006--10

2010

 

1990

2000

2006--10

2010

Population 25 years and over

4938

5239

2,398

 

20,879

21,031

22,551

% less than 9th grade

14.5%

10.8%

6.7

 

11%

7.8%

5.2

% 9th to 12th grade, no diploma

17.3%

20.1%

9.0

 

17.8%

16.5%

7.7

% high school graduate or higher

72.2%

69.0%

84.3

 

71.2%

75.6%

69.2

% Some college, no degree

14.5%

16.5%

21.1

 

14.7%

18.1%

14.5

% Associate degree

6.8%

5.0%

6.1

 

6.7%

5.8%

5.6

% bachelor's degree or higher

69.0%

12.4%

16.7

 

15.3%

16.5%

18.4

% Graduate or professional degree

3.2%

2.8%

2.7

 

4.8%

6.1%

6.0

Employment

1990

2000

2006--10

2010

 

1990

2000

2006--10

2010

Employment/population ratio

59.1%

59.2%

65.1

 

51.6%

59.0%

50.3

Unemployment rate

6.3%

3.1%

11.3

 

4.9%

4.9%

7.9

Occupation: Percent managerial/professional

24.3%

16.4

 

29.6%

24.5

Occupation: % prod., transport, material moving

21.8%

25.6

 

18.8%

13.3

Aging

1990

2000

2006--10

2010

 

1990

2000

2006--10

2010

% under 5 years

7.5

8.8

 

5.8

% 5-17 years

17.9

18.9

 

12.6

% 65 years and over

11.7

8.5

 

8.1

Family Structure

1990

2000

2006--10

2010

 

1990

2000

2006--10

2010

% single-parent family (w/ children under 18)

33.0

34.5

 

17.9

% married-couple family (w/ children under 18)

25.6

16.9

 

19.0

% female-headed family (w/ children under 18)

25.5

23.7

 

14.3

% all parents in family in labor force

 

NA

 

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