Data & Demographics

We know that when you’re considering a site for a new or expanding business, it’s important to review data relevant to your decision-making. Please explore the links on this website to access a variety of data.

Midland County Data


Site Data at Your Fingertips: Quickly find the property information you’re looking for

The City and County of Midland maintain robust GIS data systems about our community. GIS, which stands for “Geographic Information Systems,” allows you to view comprehensive data about available land parcels, zoning and utilities, and assess information in one convenient overlay. The systems are free to the public.


Midland County Data and Demographics

Whether you’re considering Midland as a new location or working to scale up your existing Midland site, we want you to have all the important data at your fingertips.

Population
Age Population
0-9 9,672
10-19 10,646
20-34 14,845
35-44 9,572
45-59 16,762
60-64 6,173
65+ 15,539
Total 83,209
Employment

Labor Force: 42,395
Total Employed: 38,830
Unemployment Rate: 4.0%

Job Number
Office and Administrative Support Occupations 4,320
Production Occupations 3,120
Sales and Related Occupations 2,670
Food Preparation and Serving Related Occupations 2,640
Healthcare Practitioners and Technical Occupations 2,490
Management Occupations 2,450
Housing

Total Dwellings: 37,115
Owner Occupied: 25,020
Owner Occupied Vacancy Rate: .7%
Median Value: $146,200

Renter Occupied: 9,071
Rental Vacancy Rate: .4%

Median Household Income: $56,091

Education
Degree Number %
Graduate or professional degree 8,371 14.30%
Bachelor’s degree or higher 18,700 32.00%
Bachelor’s degree 10,329 17.70%
Associate’s degree 7,232 12.40%
Some college, no degree 11,486 19.70%
High school graduate (includes equivalency) 17,351 29.70%
Less than a diploma 3,600 6.20%

*64% of Midland residents 25+ have earned a Bachelor’s Degree or more.


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*Information from American Community Survey 2018.