Hamilton County is a county located in the United States, part of the Indianapolis-Carmel-Anderson, IN Metropolitan Statistical Area. With 341,616 people, Hamilton County is the fourth most populous county in Indiana out of 92 counties. Elkhart County and St. Joseph County are right behind it, with 206,314 and 272,049 people respectively.
The Indiana Department of Workforce Development provides a great source of information on the state's labor market. The map below shows all of the districts in Hamilton County, Indiana, colored by their median household income (total). The graphic below shows households in Hamilton County, IN distributed among a number of income groups compared to the national averages for each group. The most common work groups in Hamilton County are managerial occupations (28,395 people), sales-related occupations (22,772 people), and office administrative support occupations (16,702 people).
With 26% of the most popular and current demographics, it's the perfect starting point for your research on Hamilton County and the rest of Indiana. Car ownership in Hamilton County is about the same as the national average, with an average of 2 cars per household. The table below shows how the average household income in Hamilton County compares with that of its neighboring geographies and matrices. This visualization illustrates the percentage of students who graduate with a 1- to 2-year post-secondary certificate from schools in Hamilton County, IN depending on their specialty.
The homeownership rate in Hamilton County is 76.7%, about the same as the national average of 64.4%. The table below shows the 7 races represented in Hamilton County as a proportion to total population. Hamilton County is bordered by Boone County, Clinton County, Hancock County, Madison County, Marion County and Tipton County.The most common employment sectors for those living in Hamilton County are health care (26%), social assistance (25,463 people), manufacturing (20,007 people) and professional, scientific and technical services (19,998 people). The table below shows how the number of patients seen by primary care physicians has changed over time in Hamilton County compared to neighboring geographies.
The table below shows how the percentage of uninsured people in Hamilton County changed over time compared to the percentage of people enrolled in various types of health insurance. None of the households in Hamilton County reported that they spoke a language other than English at home as their primary shared language.This graphic illustrates the stock breakdown of the top jobs held by residents of Hamilton County.