Birmingham, AL has a population of 212,265, while the median age is 36. The household income in Birmingham, AL is around $33,770. The homeownership rate among the residents is 46%. The median residential property value in Birmingham, AL that you should keep in mind is $86,900.
|Number Of Employees||93,129|
|Median Property Value||$86,900|
Numbers claim that the highest paid jobs in Birmingham, AL are Architecture & Engineering Occupations, Legal Occupations, Management Occupations, Health Diagnosing & Treating Practitioners & Other Technical Occupations and Computer, Engineering, Science Occupations.
Keeping in mind that the employment rate changed by 2% recently, there must be a strong understanding of industries people of Birmingham, AL work in. The highest paid industries are Mining, Quarrying, Oil & Gas Extraction, Utilities, Professional, Scientific, Technical Services, Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing & Hunting, Mining and Public Administration.
According to latest census, Birmingham, AL is a home for 72% black residents. The second common group is white with 25% residents. The list of the most common racial or ethnic groups is closed by latino with 1% residents.
Past year Birmingham, AL universities awarded around 173,800 degrees. Statistics show that the population of students in Birmingham, AL includes 86,900 female students and 86,900 male students. Birmingham, AL offers private and public tuition with a median cost of $34,544 for private four-year colleges and $19,032 for in-state public four-year colleges. The largest university of this city is the University of Alabama at Birmingham with the majority of graduates. The Jefferson State Community College and Virginia College-Birmingham hold the second and the third place respectively. The share of the public colleges in Birmingham, AL is 82 and 18 go to the private colleges.
Primary care physicians in Birmingham, AL see an average of 943 patients, dentists 1,176 patients, metal health providers 693 patients, and other healthcare providers 897 patients per year.
Citizens of Birmingham, AL travel to their offices around 21 minutes lately and drove alone to get there. The rest of the residents carpooled and walked.