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Saline County Comprehensive Assessment. Table of Contents. Population Trends Labor Force Trends Income Trends Trends in Housing Educational Indices Data Sources. I. Population Trends. Census 2010 Population Little Rock-North Little Rock-Conway MSA 1. Faulkner County113,237

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Saline county comprehensive assessment

Saline County Comprehensive Assessment


Table of contents

Table of Contents

  • Population Trends

  • Labor Force Trends

  • Income Trends

  • Trends in Housing

  • Educational Indices

  • Data Sources


I population trends

I. Population Trends


Census 2010 population little rock north little rock conway msa 1

Census 2010 PopulationLittle Rock-North Little Rock-Conway MSA1

Faulkner County113,237

Grant County 17,853

Lonoke County 68,356

Perry County 10,445

Pulaski County382,748

Saline County107,118

Hot Springs Village 12,807


Population change 2000 2010 1

Population Change 2000-20101


Saline county population 1960 2010 1

Saline County Population1960-20101


Saline county population change 1970 2000 1

Saline County% Population Change 1970-20001


Saline county population by race in 2010 1

Saline County Populationby Race in 20101


Saline county population by age in 2010 1

Saline County Populationby Age in 20101


Median age of selected areas in 2010 highest to lowest 1

Median Age of Selected Areas in 2010 – Highest to Lowest1


Ii labor force trends

II. Labor Force Trends


Labor force annual average 2010 2

Labor Force Annual Average, 20102


Saline county annual avg unemployment rate by year2000 2010 2

Saline County Annual Avg Unemployment Rate by Year2000-20102


Saline county commuting patterns 2006 2008 acs ctpp

Saline County Commuting Patterns 2006-2008 ACS/CTPP

  • Total Saline County resident workers 16 and over commuting to work = 46,208

  • Total Number of persons living and working in Saline County = 20,150

  • People Living in Saline County working in other counties and states = 26,058

  • People Living in other counties, working in Saline County = 4,360

  • Net Loss of 21,698 Workers Commuting Out of Saline County


Iii income trends

III. Income Trends


Per capita income for saline county and neighboring counties 2009 3

Per Capita Income for Saline County and Neighboring Counties 20093


Saline county per capita personal income by year 1999 2009 3

Saline County Per Capita Personal Income by Year 1999-20093


Saline county median household income of householder by age 2009 4

Saline County Median Household Income of Householder by Age 20094


Saline county household income by selected income groups 2009 4

Saline County Household Income by Selected Income Groups 20094


Median household income by neighboring counties 2009 4

Median Household Income by Neighboring Counties 2009 4

* ACS 2007-2009

** ACS 2005-2009


Saline county median household income 2005 2009 4

Saline County Median Household Income 2005-20094

Note: year-to-year fluctuations probably caused by margins of error, and do not necessarily represent a trend.


Families and persons living below the poverty level for neighboring counties 2005 2009

Families and Persons Living Below the Poverty Level for Neighboring Counties 2005-2009


Saline county persons living in poverty 2005 2009

Saline County % Persons Living in Poverty 2005-2009

Notes:

1.Data in the table above comes from annual ACS data. Sampling errors probably account for much of the annual variation visible in the table above.

2. Only Grant County has a lower poverty rate (9.6%) than Saline

County (10.4%) in the 2005-2009 period. Only 2 other counties have a poverty rate less than 14%. Source: ACS 2005-2009


Iv trends in housing

IV. Trends in Housing


Saline county occupied housing units 2010 1

Saline County Occupied Housing Units, 20101


Occupied housing units by neighboring county 2010 1

Occupied Housing Units by Neighboring County, 20101


Value of owner occupied housing units by county 2005 2009 4

Value of Owner Occupied Housing Units by County, 2005-20094


Value of specified owner occupied housing units in saline county 2009 4

Value of Specified Owner Occupied Housing Units in Saline County, 20094


Mean permit value by city 2010 5

Mean Permit Value by City, 20105


Median permit value by city 2010 5

Median Permit Value by City, 20105


Median homes values 2011 6

Median Homes Values, 20116


V educational indices

V. Educational Indices


High school graduate by county 2005 2009 4

% High School Graduate by County, 2005-20094


Bachelor s degree of higher by county 2005 2009 4

% Bachelor’s Degree of Higher by County, 2005-20094


Saline county school report card data 2009 10 8

Saline County School Report Card Data, 2009-10 8


Saline county school report card data 2009 10 81

Saline County School Report Card Data 2009-10 8


Saline county school report card data 2006 8

Saline County School Report Card Data 20068


School report card data from comparison schools 2006 8

School Report Card Data from Comparison Schools, 20068


School report card data from comparison schools 2006 81

School Report Card Data from Comparison Schools, 20068


School report card data from comparison schools 2006 82

School Report Card Data from Comparison Schools, 20068


Vi data sources revised

VI. Data Sources (Revised)

  • 1. Census 2010 and previous

  • 2. Arkansas Department of Workforce Services

  • 3. U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis

  • 4. American Community Survey 2009 (where available; other versions where necessary)

  • 5. Metroplan (Metrotrends newsletters)

  • 6. Central Arkansas Realtors Multiple Listing Service

  • 7. Arkansas Statistical Abstract 2008

  • 8. NORMES School Performance Data, at: http://normessasweb.uark.edu/schoolperformance/


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