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  Key Facts
2018 Demographics – 36.9 Square Miles
Demographic data: U.S. Census Bureau/Labor Force Data: FL. Dept. DEO, Local Area Unemployment Statistics.
ORMOND BEACH
 The late John D. Rockefeller selected Ormond Beach as his winter home as did the Astors, Vanderbilts and Flaglers. Today, Ormond Beach is known as a community that offers an exceptional quality of life rich in tradition and cultural activity.
 Total Population:
Total Households:
Total Families:
Average Household Size: 2.21
Population Growth:
42,816 17,062 10,781
*The City’s population has grown 12% since 2010. 2000 36,301 2010 38,137 2017 42,816
Average Educational Attainment 25+ Years and Older
High School Graduate
Some College, No Degree Associate’s Degree Bachelor’s degree and Higher
Income
Average Household Income: Median Household Income: Per Capita Income:
Employment Growth
28.7% 24% 9.9% 31.2%
$72,653 $48,978 $31,336
Ormond Beach has demonstrated continued employ- ment since the economic recession of 2010. Has aver- aged over 2% growth in employment, while the unemployment rate has been declining.
Labor Force Overview – 2nd Quarter 2018 Estimates:
Labor Force: 20,261 Employment: 19,470 Unemployment: 791 Unemployment Rate: 3.9%
Ormond Beach| Employment by Occupation
Management
Sales and Office
Service Occupations
Construction, Maintenance Manufacturing/Transportation & Logistics
39.2% 26.8% 19.1%
8.2% 6.6%
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