Reno, NV has a population of 237,121, including 63% white, 26% latino, and 7% asian.
|Median Income (Household)||$48,815|
|Number Of Employees||113,457|
|Median Property Value||$235,800|
The median household income in Reno, NV is around $48,815, while the median age is 35.3. This city is a home to major universities: Doctoral Universities, University of Nevada-Reno, and Doctoral Universities: Higher Research Activity. 113,457 employees work in Reno, NV. The homeownership rate among the residents is 46.37%. The median property value that you should keep in mind is $235,800.
Numbers claim that the employment rate in Reno, NV changed by 4%, so let’s see what are the most common job groups in this area. People of Reno, NV prefer to work in Administrative, Sales and Management.
|Farming, Fishing, & Forestry||0%|
|Fire Fighting Supervisors||1%|
|Community & Social Service||1%|
|Life, Physical, & Social Science||1%|
|Architecture & Engineering||2%|
|Law Enforcement Supervisors||2%|
|Arts & Recreation||2%|
|Computer & Mathematical||2%|
|Installation, Maintenance, & Repair||3%|
|Business & Financial Operations||4%|
|Construction & Extraction||4%|
|Education, Training, & Library||5%|
|Personal Care & Service||5%|
|Cleaning & Maintenance||5%|
|Food & Serving||8%|
Keeping in mind that the employment rate changed by 4% recently, there must be a strong understanding of industries people of Reno, NV work in. The most common industries are Retail trade, Healthcare & Social Assistance and Accommodation & Food Service. Please note that not all the residents of Reno, NV work in the area and may be employed outside of the city. Our data is tagged to their residential address, not the work address.
|Management of Companies & Enterprises||0%|
|Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing, Hunting||0%|
|Mining, Quarrying, Oil, Gas Extraction||1%|
|Real Estate, Rental & Leasing||2%|
|Finance & Insurance||4%|
|Transportation & Warehousing||4%|
|Other services, except public administration||5%|
|Admin., Support, Waste Management Services||6%|
|Professional, Scientific, Tech Services||6%|
|Arts, Entertainment, Recreation||7%|
|Accommodation & Food Service||11%|
|Healthcare & Social Assistance||11%|
According to latest census, Reno, NV is a home for 63% white residents. The second common group is latino with 26% residents. The list of the most common racial or ethnic groups is closed by asian with 7% residents.
Past year Reno, NV universities awarded around 20,508 degrees. Statistics show that the population of students in Reno, NV include 2,968 male students and 4,300 female students. Reno, NV offers private and public tuition with a median cost of $6,577 for private four-year colleges and $0 for in-state public four-year colleges. The largest university of this city is the University of Nevada-Reno with the majority of graduates. The Truckee Meadows Community College and Career College of Northern Nevada hold the second and the third place respectively. The share of the public colleges in Reno, NV is 93% and 7% go to the private colleges.
The age groups that most likely have the health care coverage in Reno, NV are 6-17 years old for men and 6-17 years old for women. Reno, NV offers a 73 primary care clinician to 1 patient ratio. Data records state that dentists ratio is 67 to 1, speaking of mental health doctors ratio, it’s 258 to 1 resident.
|Primary Care||1 to 73|
|Dentists||1 to 67|
|Mental Health||1 to 258|
|Other||1 to 74|
The workers of Reno, NV traveled to their offices around 18.73 minutes lately and drove alone to get there. The rest of the residents carpooled and walked.
|Rent Price||May||vs Last Month|
|1 bed apartments||$906||-6.3%|
|2 bed apartments||$1,368||-4.1%|
|3 bed apartments||$1,958||+0.5%|
|4+ bed apartments||$1,522||-11.2%|
|Rent Type Price||May||vs Last Month|
Over the May 2020, the average rent for an apartment in/near Reno, NV decreased by 6.9% to $1,338. Breaking it down in details, we now see that the average price for 1-bed apartment decreased by 6.3% to $906. Pricing for 2-bed apartment also decreased by 4.1% and a place of this size will now cost you $1,368. 3-bed apartment rent pricing starts at $1,958, it increased by 0.5% lately. We tend to note the rise of 4- and more bed apartment pricing. It decreased by 11.2% and made it down to $1,522.
The median rent for an apartment in Reno, NV decreased by 2.5% to $1,406. The median rent for a house is still $3,500 with no significant changes this month. You can now rent a duplex for $1,100, duplex rent price decreased by 20.1% this month. The median rent for a loft faced changes as well, it decreased by 20%, the price tag now starts at$2,500. An average room will now go for $780, the median rent price for a room increased by 1.3%. The median rent for a townhouse decreased by 2%, you’ll have to spend around $1,750 to get one.