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  • Churchill County Demographics
  • Area Employment Statistics
  • 2008 Churchill County Business Report


Churchill County Demographics

Population

Year

Population

 

2013

25,322

2.20%

2012

24,779

-0.50%

2011

24,904

-0.17%

2010

24,946

1.00%

2009

24,704

 

Source: U.S. Census Bureau, American Community Survey, Demographic & Housing Estimates, *Nevada State Demographer, estimate

Population within the Cities of Churchill County

City

Year

Population

Fallon

2008

9,258

2007

8,452

2006

8,299

2005

8,339

2004

8,398

Source: State of Nevada Demographer

Population by Household Type

Year

Population In

Family Households

Non-Family Households

Group Quarters

2006

20,832

3,494

311

2005

20,513

3,494

392

Source: Applied Geographic Solutions

Income

Year

Per Capita Income

Median Income

Average Income

Household

Family

Disposable

Household

Family

Disposable

2012 $25,134 $54,538 $63,295
2011 $24,689 $52,589 $65,070
2010 $22,997 $51,597 $63,599
2009 $22,347 $53,134 $62,947


 

Source: Applied Geographic Solutions

Gender Composition

Year

Est Population

Male

Female

#

%

#

%

2012 24,779 12,354 49.9 12,425 50.1
2011 24,904 12,397 49.8 12,507 50.2
2010 24,946 12,139 48.7 12,807 51.3
2009 24,704 12,063 48.7 12,668 51.3


 

Source: Applied Geographic Solutions

Age Distribution

Year

Est Population

0-9

10-19

20-29

30-39

40-49

#

%

#

%

#

%

#

%

#

%

2007

24,539

3,772

15.4

3,766

15.3

2,975

12.1

2,951

12.0

3,302

13.5


Year

Est Population

50-59

60+

#

%

#

%

2007

24,539

3,124

12.7

4,649

18.9

Source: Applied Geographic Solutions

Race/Ethnic Origin

Year

Est Population

White

Black

American Indian/
Alaskan

Asian/
Pacific Islander

#

%

#

%

#

%

#

%

2012 24,779 21,173 85.4 604 2.4 1,466 5.9 1,140 4.6
2011 24,904 21,905 88.0 614 2.5 1,300 5.2 1,217 4.9
2010 24,946 22,133 88.7 583 2.3 1,366 5.5 1,205 4.8
2009 24,704 21,815 88.3 599 2.4 1,327 5.4 1,332 5.4

Year

Est Population

White

Black

American Indian/
Alaskan

Asian/
Pacific Islander

#

%

#

%

#

%

#

%


Year Est Population Asian/Pacific Islander Hispanic or Latino (of any race) Some Other Race # % # % # %
Year Est Population Asian/Pacific Islander Hispanic or Latino (of any race) Some Other Race # % # % # %

 

Source: U.S. Census Bureau, American Community Survey, Demographic & Housing Estimates
In combination with one or more of the other races listed.  The six numbers may add to more than the total population, and the six percentages may add to more than 100 percent because individuals may report more than one race.


Year

Est Population

Hispanic

Other/Multi-Race

#

%

#

%

2007

24,539

2,547

10.4

1,592

6.5

Source: Applied Geographic Solutions

Educational Attainment

Year

Population 25+

< 9th

9th-12th
no diploma

High School Diploma

Some College
no diploma

#

%

#

%

#

%

#

%

2012 16,399 524 3.2 1,229 7.5 5,701 34.8 5,220 31.8
2011 16,455 593 3.6 1,310 8.0 5,824 35.4 4,787 29.1
2010 16,407 622 3.8 1,391 8.5 5,878 35.8 4,436 27.0
2009 15,800 519 3.3 1,336 8.5 5,319 33.7 4,422 28.0

Year

Population 25+

Associate Degree

Bachelor's Degree

Graduate/Professional Degree

#

%

#

%

#

%

2012 16,399 992 6.0 1,663 10.1 1,070 6.5
2011 16,455 1,008 6.1 1,793 10.9 1,140 6.9
2010 16,407 1,097 6.7 1,893 11.5 1,090 6.6
2009 15,800 1,321 8.4 1,901 12.0 982 6.2

 

Source: U.S. Census Bureau, American Community Survey, Selected Social Characteristics

Information on this website, while from reliable sources, is to be used only as a guide.

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Area Employment Statistics


Compiled April 2009:     PDFPRINTABLE VERSION

Nevada Statewide Statistics

Employment Rates- Year to Date Average For 2009 Educational Attainment for 2006
Unemployment Rate* 10.3% Population age 25+** 1,644,320 62.7%
Total Labor Force (in thousands)* 1404.70 Less Than Grade 9** 104,042 6.3%
Unemployment (in thousands)*  144.30 From 9th to 12th Grade** 161,321 9.8%
Rate of Seasonal Adjustment * 0.10 High School Diploma ** 520,461 31.7%
Total Population  (2007)**  2,623,050 Some College ** 398,502 24.2%
Per Capita Income (2006)**  $22,809.85 Associate Degree** 118,578 7.2%
    Bachelor's Degree ** 223,358 13.6%
    Graduate or Professionals Degree ** 118,058 7.8%

Churchill County Statistics 

Employment Rates-
Year to Date Average For 2009
Educational Attainment for 2007
Unemployment Rate* 8.9% Population age 25+** 15,390 56.6%
Total Labor Force* 13820 Less Than Grade 9** 664 4.3%
Unemployment*  1240 9th to 12th Grade** 1,578 10.3%
Total Population (2007)** 27190 High School Diploma ** 4,743 30.8%
Per Capita Income (2006)**  $20,843.61 Some College ** 4,718 30.7%
  Associate Degree** 1,055 6.9%
  Bachelor's Degree ** 1,824 11.9%
  Graduate or Professionals Degree ** 808 5.3%

Churchill County Commuting Trends in 2007**

Area of Residence  Number of Workers Commuting to Fallon  Number of Workers Commuting From Fallon Percentage Commuting to Fallon Percentage Commuting From Fallon Unemployment Rate (2009)
Lyon County, NV  478 746 3.79% 2.74% 15.6%
Washoe County, NV  207 567 1.65% 2.09% 11.2%
Mineral County, NV  89 60 0.70% 0.22% 8.5%
Carson City, NV  52 107 0.41% 0.39% 11.3%
Pershing County, NV  20 163 0.16% 0.60% 9.8%

Employment and Wage Specifics *

Occupation  Number of Employees In Churchill County  Percentage in Field  in Churchill County  Average Wage in Churchill County  Number of Employees Statewide  Average Wage Statewide
Management  360 4.7% $37.02 55,320 $43.12
Business & Financial Operations  210 2.7% $23.70 38,660 $29.23
Computer & Mathematical Operations n/a n/a $30.48 13,210 $31.16
Architecture and Engineering 130 1.7% $33.88 16,360 $32.21
Life, Physical, & Social Services n/a n/a $28.84 7,480 $29.50
Community & Social Services  50 0.6% $23.98 8,860 $22.83
Legal  50 0.6% $29.12 8,320 $42.93
Education, Training and Library 100 1.3% $17.14 50,150 $20.64
Art, Design, Entertainment, Sports & Media  60 0.8% $16.78 16,900 $23.56
Healthcare Practitioners & Technical  380 4.9% $35.71 41,870 $35.54
Healthcare Support  150 1.9% $13.15 20,390 $14.16
Protective Service  110 1.4% $23.67 37,420 $18.09
Food Preparation and Serving 910 11.8% $8.99 167,600 $10.47
Buildings & Grounds Cleaning & Maintenance 280 3.6% $11.46 72,950 $12.36
Personal Care and Service  n/a  n/a $8.28 71,460 $11.45
Sales Related Occupations  670 8.7% $12.26 133,980 $15.61
Office & Administrative Support  1,480 19.2% $14.89 206,240 $15.29
Farming, Fishing & Forestry  40 0.5% $8.76 640 $13.06
Construction & Extraction 850 11.0% $19.56 117,310 $22.12
Installation, Maintenance, & Repair 750 9.7% $22.55 51,320 $20.85
Production  580 7.5% $19.65 46,700 $15.12
Transportation & Material Moving  560 7.3% $15.63 102,300 $14.64

Workforce Development and Vocational Training Resources **

Academic and Career Services: connect employers with graduating students.
Websitehttp://www.unr.edu/career/employers/index.aspx 

Train Employees Now: Grant matching program that offers up to 90 days of on-the-job training  with up to a 75% employer reimbursement.
More information available at:
Websitehttp://www.expand2nevada.com/documents/09%20TEN.pdf

Job Opportunities in Nevada: Offers job readiness training and assistance.
Websitehttp://www.nevadajobconnect.com
NevadaWorks: helps employers develop well-trained, productive employees who meet specific skill requirements.
Website http://www.nevadaworks.com
Truckee Meadows Community College: provides initial skills training.
Website http://www.tmcc.edu/wdce
Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation: operates and no-fee labor exchange which matches qualified workers with available jobs.
Websitehttp://detr.state.nv.us

Resources 

* Information Provided By Research and Analysis Bureau, Nevada Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation 
** Information Provided By NV Energy 
Submitted by: Churchill Economic Development Authority 

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2008 Churchill County Business Report


Covers

  PDF Front Cover
  (jpg) Back Cover

Table of Contents

  PDF Table of Contents

Location Maps

  PDF Part 1 | Churchill County Locations
  PDF Part 2 | Greater Fallon Area Locations
  PDF Part 3 | City of Fallon Locations

Demographics

  PDF Part 4 | Population Density Map
  PDF Part 5 | Population Change 200-2007
  PDF Part 6 | Median Household Income Map
  PDF Part 7 | Population Estimates and Projections
  XLS Part 8 - 10 | Demographics Wards - City - Unincorporated County (excel)
  PDF Part 11 | In Migration Map
  XLS Part 12 | Population Housing Units Employment (excel)

Employment

  PDF Part 13 | Employment by Place of Work Map
  XLS Part 14 | Employment & Wages by Industry 2007 - Wards - City - Unincorporated County (XLS)
  XLS Part 15 | Employment by Industry 1990-2006 BEA
  XLS Part 16 | Non employer Firms by Industry 1998-2005 BEA
  XLS Part 17 | County to County Worker Flows 2000
  XLS Part 18 | Population Housing Units Employment

Construction

  PDF Part 19 | Residential Construction Activity Map
  XLS Part 20 | Residential Construction Activity Index & Building Permits
  XLS Part 21 | Residential Units by Year Built & Type
  PDF Part 22 | Residential Parcels by Year Built Map
  PDF Part 23 | Commercial Parcels by Year Built Map
  XLS Part 24 | Construction Square Feet by Land Use
  XLS Part 25 | Population Housing Units Employment

Retail Sales and Consumer Expenditures

  PDF Part 26 | Retail Sales per Square Mile Map
  XLS Part 27 | Retail Sales by Industry 2006 & 2007 City Ward 1
  XLS Part 28 | Retail Sales by Industry 2006 & 2007 City Ward 2
  XLS Part 29 | Retail Sales by Industry 2006 & 2007 City Ward 3
  XLS Part 30 | Retail Sales by Industry 2006 & 2007 City of Fallon
  XLS Part 31 | Retail Sales by Industry 2006 & 2007 Unincorporated County
  XLS Part 32 | Retail Sales by Industry 2006 & 2007 Churchill County
  XLS Part 33 | Consumer Expenditures City Unincorporated County

Traffic Counts

  PDF Part 34 | Average Annual Daily Traffic Counts 2007 City of Fallon Map
  PDF Part 35 | Average Annual Daily Traffic Counts 2007 County Map
  XLS Part 36 | Top 25 Non-Highway Traffic Counts 2007
  XLS Part 37 | Top 20 Highway Traffic Counts 2007

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