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Pierce County Demographics

Population

Population 2000 2010 2016 2021
Pierce County 36,804 41,019 41,570 42,048
Source: ESRI, 2017-03-02

Population by Age

Population 2010 2016 2021
0-4 2,414 2,288 2,249
5-9 2,535 2,423 2,319
10-14 2,556 2,530 2,567
15-19 3,836 3,598 3,676
20-24 4,659 4,145 3,880
25-29 2,511 2,893 2,469
30-34 2,199 2,595 2,910
35-39 2,418 2,337 2,693
40-44 2,635 2,413 2,345
45-49 3,097 2,593 2,400
50-54 3,150 2,958 2,540
55-59 2,629 3,051 2,856
60-64 2,097 2,499 2,787
65-69 1,323 1,922 2,240
70-74 1,040 1,301 1,770
75-79 764 814 1,026
80-84 551 599 666
85+ 605 611 655
18+ 31,860 32,799 33,323
Median Age 35 36 37
Source: ESRI, 2017-03-02

Population by Race

Pierce County 2016
Total 41,570
White Alone 95.920
Black Alone 0.620
American Indian Alone 0.440
Asian Alone 0.810
Pacific Islander Alone 0.020
Some Other Race 0.660
Two or More Races 1.540
Hispanic Origin 2.120
Diversity Index 11.800
Source: ESRI, 2017-03-02

Households

Population 2000 2010 2016 2021
Households 13,015 15,002 15,459 15,723
Housing Units 13,493 16,132 16,541 16,970
Owner Occupied Units 11,173 11,351
Renter Occupied Units 4,286 4,372
Vacant Units 1,082 1,247
Source: ESRI, 2017-03-02

Income

Pierce County 2016 2021
Median Household $61,452 $71,108
Average Household $76,085 $84,247
Per Capita $28,924 $32,125
Source: ESRI, 2017-03-02

Household Income Base

Pierce County 2016
<$15,000 1,543
$15,000 - $24,999 1,198
$25,000 - $34,999 1,225
$35,000 - $49,999 2,132
$50,000 - $74,999 2,937
$75,000 - $99,999 2,335
$100,000 - $149,999 2,764
$150,000 - $199,999 867
$200,000+ 458
Source: ESRI, 2017-03-02

Growth Rate

Pierce County 2010 - 2014 2014 - 2019
Population 0% 0%
Households 0% 0%
Families 0% 0%
Median Household Income 3%
Per Capita Income 2%
Source: ESRI, 2017-03-02

Pierce County Quality Life

Home Value

Pierce County 2016 2021
Median Home Value $207,931 $255,866
Average Home Value $253,781 $296,996
<$50,000 677 380
$50,000 - $99,999 888 442
$100,000 - $149,999 1,443 606
$150,000 - $199,999 2,293 1,645
$200,000 - $249,999 1,800 2,383
$250,000 - $299,999 1,164 1,871
$300,000 - $399,999 1,430 2,260
$400,000 - $499,999 588 698
$500,000 - $749,999 576 706
$750,000 - $999,999 193 219
$1,000,000 + 121 141
Source: ESRI, 2017-03-02

Housing Year Built

Year Range Houses Built
2010 or Later 75
2000-2009 3,078
1990-1999 2,248
1980-1989 1,649
1970-1979 2,692
1960-1969 1,455
1950-1959 765
1940-1949 642
1939 or Before 3,609
Source: ESRI, 2017-03-02

Commute

Category Commuters
Workers 16+ 22,114
In-County Residents 7,938
Out-of-County Residents 4,911
Drive Alone 17,393
Carpooled 1,814
Public Transport 32
Work at Home 1,120
Less than 5 minutes 1,247
5-9 minutes 2,447
10-14 minutes 2,324
15-19 minutes 2,533
20-24 minutes 2,409
25-29 minutes 1,006
30-34 minutes 2,564
35-39 minutes 922
40-44 minutes 1,212
45-59 minutes 2,456
60-89 minutes 1,538
90+ minutes 336
Average Travel Time 27
Source: ESRI, 2017-03-02

Pierce County Workforce Occupations

Employees By NAICS

Category Number
Total Employees 12,038
Agr/Forestry/Fish/Hunt 204
Mining 10
Utilities 64
Construction 582
Manufacturing 1,210
Wholesale Trade 325
   
Retail Trade 1,139
Motor Veh/Parts Dealers 96
Furn & Home Furnish Str 15
Electronics & Appl Store 24
Bldg Matl/Garden Equip 100
Food & Beverage Stores 501
Health/Pers Care Stores 55
Gasoline Stations 36
Clothing/Accessory Store 12
Sports/Hobby/Book/Music 33
General Merchandise Str 45
Misc Store Retailers 87
Nonstore Retailers 135
   
Transportation/Warehouse 435
Information 425
   
Finance & Insurance 378
Cntrl Bank/Crdt Intrmdtn 235
Sec/Cmdty Cntrct/Oth Inv 32
Insur/Funds/Trusts/Other 111
   
Real Estate/Rent/Leasing 242
Prof/Scientific/Tech Srv 448
Legal Services 87
Mgmt of Comp/Enterprises 2
Admin/Support/Waste Mgmt 177
Educational Services 1,632
HealthCare/Social Assist 1,333
Arts/Entertainment/Rec 291
   
Accommodation/Food Srvcs 1,074
Accommodation 44
Food Srv/Drinking Places 1,030
   
Other Srv excl Pub Admin 772
Auto Repair/Maintenance 46
Public Administration Emp 1,274
Source: ESRI, 2017-03-02

Pierce County Workforce Establishments

Businesses By NAICS

Category Number
Total Businesses 1,542
Agr/Forestry/Fish/Hunt Bus 68
Mining Bus 5
Utilities Bus 4
Construction Bus 142
Manufacturing Bus 48
Wholesale Trade Bus 53
   
Retail Trade Bus 156
Motor Veh/Parts Dealers Bus 17
Furn & Home Furnish Str Bus 6
Electronics & Appl Store Bus 5
Bldg Matl/Garden Equip Bus 25
Food & Beverage Stores Bus 30
Health/Pers Care Stores Bus 6
Gasoline Stations Bus 6
Clothing/Accessory Store Bus 5
Sports/Hobby/Book/Music Bus 16
General Merchandise Str Bus 6
Misc Store Retailers Bus 30
Nonstore Retailers Bus 4
   
Transportation/Warehouse Bus 51
Information Bus 19
   
Finance & Insurance Bus 146
Cntrl Bank/Crdt Intrmdtn Bus 92
Sec/Cmdty Cntrct/Oth Inv Bus 15
Insur/Funds/Trusts/Other Bus 39
   
Real Estate/Rent/Leasing Bus 59
Prof/Scientific/Tech Srv Bus 97
Legal Services Bus 14
Mgmt of Comp/Enterprises Bus 2
Admin/Support/Waste Mgmt Bus 43
Educational Services Bus 53
HealthCare/Social Assist Bus 89
Arts/Entertainment/Rec Bus 39
   
Accommodation/Food Srvcs Bus 111
Accommodation Bus 10
Food Srv/Drinking Places Bus 101
   
Other Srv excl Pub Admin Bus 202
Auto Repair/Maintenance Bus 24
Public Administration Bus 113
Source: ESRI, 2017-03-02

Pierce County Higher Education

Pierce County is blessed with a wide range of education, training, and employment resources for local firms.  Home to a recognized and accredited campus of the University of Wisconsin, Pierce County also is strategically located within a 50 mile radius of fifteen technical and community college campuses, representing a pool of over 25,000 graduates each year from which to recruit.  Pierce County’s six school districts are also recognized for outstanding secondary education programming, resulting in above-average graduation rates, test scores and continuing education participation.

There are also several outstanding private workforce development firms that serve Pierce County and provide efficient service in the areas of job skill evaluation, compensation and benefit surveying, recruiting, evaluation, training, and forecasting.  Human resource professionals of the region meet monthly at the St. Croix Valley Employers’ Association, a peer group recognized by the Society of Human Resource Management and an excellent networking and information sharing resource for Pierce County firms.

Educational Attainment (25+)

Educational Level Attained Number
Some High School 963
Graduated High School 7,770
Associates Degree 3,244
Bachelor's Degree 5,118
Graduate Degree 2,291
Source: ESRI, 2017-03-02

Education Expenses

Category Amount
College Tuition $21,125,392
College School Books/Supplies $990,857
Voc/Tech School Books/Supplies $21,991
Source: ESRI, 2017-03-02

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