Putnam County, Ohio Demographics (select)

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General Profile - Putnam, Ohio
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Population - total, 1997.............................................        35,080
Population - total, 1990.............................................        33,819
Population - total, 1980.............................................        32,991
Population - percent change, 1990 to 1997............................           3.7
Population - percent change, 1980 to 1990............................           2.5
Population - white, 1996.............................................        35,068
Population - percent white, 1996.....................................          99.6
Population - black, 1996.............................................            27
Population - percent black, 1996.....................................           0.1
Population - American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut, 1996.................            62
Population - percent American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut, 1996.........           0.2
Population - Asian or Pacific Islander, 1996.........................            42
Population - percent Asian or Pacific Islander, 1996.................           0.1
Population - Hispanic (may be of any race), 1996.....................         1,754
Population - percent Hispanic (may be of any race), 1996.............           5.0
Population - under 5 years, 1996.....................................         2,836
Population - 5 to 14 years, 1996.....................................         6,343
Population - 65 years and over, 1996.................................         4,542
Vital statistics (NCHS) - births, 1994...............................           521
Vital statistics (NCHS) - births per 1000 resident population, 1994..          15.0
Vital statistics (NCHS) - deaths, 1994...............................           284
Vital statistics (NCHS) - deaths per 1000 resident population, 1994..           8.2
Vital statistics (NCHS) - infant deaths, 1994........................             1
Vital statistics (NCHS) - infant deaths per 1000 live births, 1994...           1.9
Public school enrollment (NCES) - number, fall 1994-1995.............         7,677
Public school enrollment (NCES) - number, fall 1991-1992.............         7,277
Educational attainment - percent persons 25 years and over high
 school graduates, 1990..............................................          77.5
Educational attainment - percent persons 25 years and over college
 graduates, 1990.....................................................           8.8
Local government finances - per capita property taxes (dollars),
 1992................................................................           369
Federal funds and grants - per capita expenditures and obligations
 (dollars), 1997.....................................................         2,143
Federal funds and grants - per capita expenditures and obligations
 (dollars), 1990.....................................................         1,472
Social security (SSA) - total benefit recipients, 1996...............         5,526
Social security (SSA) - total benefit recipients, 1990...............         5,230
Supplemental security income (SSA) - total recipients, 1996..........           284
Supplemental security income (SSA) - total recipients, 1990..........           220
Civilian labor force (BLS) - number, 1996............................        19,933
Civilian labor force (BLS) - number, 1990............................        17,209
Civilian labor force (BLS) - unemployment rate, 1996.................           4.8
Civilian labor force (BLS) - unemployment rate, 1990.................           6.9
Personal income (BEA) - total ($1000), 1994..........................       649,452
Personal income (BEA) - total ($1000), 1990..........................       540,326
Personal income (BEA) - per capita (dollars), 1994...................        18,659
Personal income (BEA) - per capita (dollars), 1990...................        15,960
Money income - median household income (dollars), 1993...............        37,264
Money income - median household income (dollars), 1989...............        32,492
Poverty - percent persons below poverty, 1993........................           7.7
Poverty - percent persons below poverty, 1989........................           5.8
Commercial banks and savings institutions (FDIC-insured) - number of
 offices, 1997.......................................................            21
Commercial banks and savings institutions (FDIC-insured) - total
 deposits ($1000), 1997..............................................       482,235
Private nonfarm establishments - total, 1995.........................           697
Private nonfarm establishments - net change, 1990 to 1995............            51
Private nonfarm establishments - percent retail trade, 1995..........          25.5
Private nonfarm establishments - percent services, 1995..............          26.8
Private nonfarm establishments - paid employees, 1995................         9,660
Private nonfarm establishments - average annual payroll per paid
 employee (dollars), 1995............................................        19,612
New private housing units authorized by building permits - total,
 1997................................................................            72
New private housing units authorized by building permits - total,
 1990................................................................            58
New private housing units authorized by building permits - valuation
 ($1000), 1997.......................................................         7,512
New private housing units authorized by building permits - valuation
 ($1000), 1990.......................................................         4,156
Retail trade - per capita retail sales (dollars), 1992...............         4,975

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1990 Census of Population and Housing
   040 Ohio
   050    Putnam County
 

URBAN AND RURAL RESIDENCE
     Total population...............................................     33,819
Urban population....................................................      3,999
    Percent of total population.....................................       11.8
Rural population....................................................     29,820
    Percent of total population.....................................       88.2
  Farm population...................................................      4,709

SCHOOL ENROLLMENT
     Persons 3 years and over enrolled in school....................      9,150
Preprimary school...................................................        626
Elementary or high school...........................................      7,094
  Percent in private school.........................................       10.1
College.............................................................      1,430

EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT
  Persons 25 years and over.........................................     20,028
Less than 9th grade.................................................      1,864
9th to 12th grade, no diploma.......................................      2,641
High school graduate................................................      9,818
Some college, no degree.............................................      2,559
Associates degree...................................................     1,388
Bachelor's degree...................................................      1,196
Graduate or professional degree.....................................        562

Percent high school graduate or higher..............................       77.5
Percent bachelor's degree or higher.................................        8.8

RESIDENCE IN 1985
      Persons 5 years and over......................................     30,871
Lived in same house.................................................     22,052
Lived in different house in U.S.....................................      8,759
  Same State........................................................      8,084
    Same county.....................................................      6,451
    Different county................................................      1,633
  Different State...................................................        675
Lived abroad........................................................         60

DISABILITY OF CIVILIAN NONINSTITUTIONALIZED PERSONS
      Persons 16 to 64 years........................................     19,966
With a mobility or self-care limitation.............................        645
  With a mobility limitation........................................        281
  With a self-care limitation.......................................        448
With a work disability..............................................      1,190
    In labor force..................................................        590
  Prevented from working............................................        509
      Persons 65 years and over.....................................      3,808
With a mobility or self-care limitation.............................        741
  With a mobility limitation........................................        530
  With a self-care limitation.......................................        435

CHILDREN EVER BORN PER 1,000 WOMEN
Women 15 to 24 years................................................        226
Women 25 to 34 years................................................      1,848
Women 35 to 44 years................................................      2,645

VETERAN STATUS
Civilian veterans 16 years and over.................................      2,900
  65 years and over.................................................        798

NATIVITY AND PLACE OF BIRTH
Native population...................................................     33,656
    Percent born in state of residence..............................       92.7
Foreign-born population.............................................        163
  Entered the U.S. 1980 to 1990.....................................         34

LANGUAGE SPOKEN AT HOME
    Persons 5 years and over........................................     30,871
Speak a language other than English.................................      1,374
    Do not speak English 'very well'................................        363
  Speak Spanish.....................................................        922
    Do not speak English 'very well'................................        249
  Speak Asian or Pacific Island language............................         19
    Do not speak English 'very well'................................          1

ANCESTRY
  Total ancestries reported.........................................     38,313
Arab................................................................          2
Austrian............................................................         25
Belgian.............................................................         33
Canadian............................................................         41
Czech...............................................................         75
Danish..............................................................         31
Dutch...............................................................        567
English.............................................................      1,934
Finnish.............................................................         13
French (except Basque)..............................................        876
French Canadian.....................................................         86
German..............................................................     25,749
Greek...............................................................         13
Hungarian...........................................................         99
Irish...............................................................      3,019
Italian.............................................................        330
Lithuanian..........................................................          0
Norwegian...........................................................         19
Polish..............................................................        153
Portuguese..........................................................         22
Romanian............................................................          0
Russian.............................................................         45
Scotch-Irish........................................................        257

Scottish............................................................        170
Slovak..............................................................         78
Subsaharan African..................................................          0
Swedish.............................................................        100
Swiss...............................................................        947
Ukrainian...........................................................         38
United States or American...........................................        993
Welsh...............................................................        501
West Indian (excluding Hispanic origin groups)......................          0
Yugoslavian.........................................................          8
Other ancestries....................................................      2,089
 

LABOR FORCE STATUS
      Persons 16 years and over.....................................     24,195
In labor force......................................................     16,302
      Percent in labor force........................................       67.4
  Civilian labor force..............................................     16,272
    Employed........................................................     15,648
    Unemployed......................................................        624
      Percent unemployed............................................        3.8
  Armed Forces......................................................         30
Not in labor force..................................................      7,893

      Males 16 years and over.......................................     11,920
In labor force......................................................      9,281
      Percent in labor force........................................       77.9
  Civilian labor force..............................................      9,251
    Employed........................................................      8,884
    Unemployed......................................................        367
      Percent unemployed............................................        4.0
  Armed Forces......................................................         30
Not in labor force..................................................      2,639

      Females 16 years and over.....................................     12,275
In labor force......................................................      7,021
      Percent in labor force........................................       57.2
  Civilian labor force..............................................      7,021
    Employed........................................................      6,764
    Unemployed......................................................        257
      Percent unemployed............................................        3.7
  Armed Forces......................................................          0
Not in labor force..................................................      5,254

      Females 16 years and over.....................................     12,275
With own children under 6 years.....................................      2,378
  Percent in labor force............................................       70.4
With own children 6 to 17 years only................................      2,324
  Percent in labor force............................................       82.2

           Own children under 6 years in families and subfamilies...      3,512
All parents present in household in labor force.....................      2,361

    Own children 6 to 17 years in families and subfamilies..........      7,055
All parents present in household in labor force.....................      5,427

    Persons 16 to 19 years..........................................      2,080
Not enrolled in school and not high school graduate.................         67
  Employed or in Armed Forces.......................................         14
  Unemployed........................................................         14
  Not in labor force................................................         39

COMMUTING TO WORK
  Workers 16 years and over.........................................     15,384
Percent drove alone.................................................       74.8
Percent in carpools.................................................       16.6
Percent using public transportation.................................        0.5
Percent using other means...........................................        0.4
Percent walked or worked at home....................................        7.6
Mean travel time to work (minutes)..................................       19.9

       OCCUPATION
  Employed persons 16 years and over................................     15,648
Executive, administrative, and managerial occupations...............      1,022
Professional specialty occupations..................................      1,532
Technicians and related support occupations.........................        443
Sales occupations...................................................      1,085
Administrative support occupations, including clerical..............      1,935
Private household occupations.......................................         46
Protective service occupations......................................        125
Service occupations, except protective and household................      1,613
Farming, forestry, and fishing occupations..........................        751
Precision production, craft, and repair occupations.................      2,589
Machine operators, assemblers, and inspectors.......................      2,360
Transportation and material moving occupations......................        882
Handlers, equipment cleaners, helpers, and laborers.................      1,265

INDUSTRY
  Employed person 16 years and over.................................     15,648
Agriculture, forestry, and fisheries................................        865
Mining..............................................................         64
Construction........................................................        992
Manufacturing, nondurable goods.....................................      1,449
Manufacturing, durable goods........................................      3,983
Transportation......................................................        497
Communications and other public utilities...........................        224
Wholesale trade.....................................................        621
Retail trade........................................................      2,300
Finance, insurance, and real estate.................................        538
Business and repair services........................................        339
Personal services...................................................        361
Entertainment, and recreation services..............................        126
Health services.....................................................      1,371
Educational services................................................        979
Other professional and related services.............................        589
Public administration...............................................        350
 

CLASS OF WORKER
  Employed persons 16 years and over................................     15,648
Private wage and salary workers.....................................     13,051
Government workers..................................................      1,356
  Local government workers..........................................        873
  State government workers..........................................        322
  Federal government workers........................................        161
Self-employed workers...............................................      1,131
Unpaid family workers...............................................        110
 

INCOME IN 1989
  Households........................................................     11,136
Less than $5,000....................................................        374
$5,000 to $9,999....................................................        766
$10,000 to $14,999..................................................        874
$15,000 to $24,999..................................................      1,824
$25,000 to $34,999..................................................      2,201
$35,000 to $49,999..................................................      2,868
$50,000 to $74,999..................................................      1,695
$75,000 to $99,999..................................................        414
$100,000 to $149,999................................................         82
$150,000 or more....................................................         38
Median household income (dollars)...................................     32,492

  Families..........................................................      8,994
Less than $5,000....................................................        158
$5,000 to $9,999....................................................        256
$10,000 to $14,999..................................................        508
$15,000 to $24,999..................................................      1,272
$25,000 to $34,999..................................................      1,898
$35,000 to $49,999..................................................      2,733
$50,000 to $74,999..................................................      1,638
$75,000 to $99,999..................................................        414
$100,000 to $149,999................................................         82
$150,000 or more....................................................         35
Median family income (dollars)......................................     36,848

  Nonfamily households..............................................      2,142
Less than $5,000....................................................        228
$5,000 to $9,999....................................................        515
$10,000 to $14,999..................................................        380
$15,000 to $24,999..................................................        546
$25,000 to $34,999..................................................        312
$35,000 to $49,999..................................................        117
$50,000 to $74,999..................................................         41
$75,000 to $99,999..................................................          0
$100,000 to $149,999................................................          0
$150,000 or more....................................................          3
Median nonfamily household income (dollars).........................     14,044

Per capita income (dollars).........................................     11,943

INCOME TYPE IN 1989
      Households....................................................     11,136
With wage and salary income.........................................      8,917
  Mean wage and salary income (dollars).............................     34,184
With nonfarm self-employment income.................................      1,271
  Mean nonfarm self-employment income (dollars).....................     19,101
With farm self-employment income....................................      1,542
  Mean farm self-employment income (dollars)........................      7,344
With Social Security income.........................................      3,156
  Mean Social Security income (dollars).............................      7,668
With public assistance income.......................................        440
  Mean public assistance income (dollars)...........................      4,166
With retirement income..............................................      1,605
  Mean retirement income (dollars)..................................      6,457

POVERTY STATUS IN 1989
  All persons for whom poverty status is determined.................     33,390
    Below poverty level.............................................      1,922

Persons 18 years and over...........................................     22,718
    Below poverty level.............................................      1,160
  Persons 65 years and over.........................................      3,808
    Below poverty level.............................................        344

Related children under 18 years.....................................     10,645
    Below poverty level.............................................        738
  Related children under 5 years....................................      2,941
    Below poverty level.............................................        233
  Related children 5 to 17 years....................................      7,704
    Below poverty level.............................................        505

Unrelated individuals...............................................      2,419
    Below poverty level.............................................        432

  All families......................................................      8,994
    Below poverty level.............................................        416
With related children under 18 years................................      4,894
    Below poverty level.............................................        290
  With related children under 5 years...............................      2,223
    Below poverty level.............................................        169

  Female householder families.......................................        662
    Below poverty level.............................................        114
With related children under 18 years................................        400
    Below poverty level.............................................         92
  With related children under 5 years...............................        122
    Below poverty level.............................................         35

       Percent below poverty level:
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All persons.........................................................        5.8%
  Persons 18 years and over.........................................        5.1%
    Persons 65 years and over.......................................        9.0%
  Related children under 18 years...................................        6.9%
    Related children under 5 years..................................        7.9%
    Related children 5 to 17 years..................................        6.6%
  Unrelated individuals.............................................       17.9%

All families........................................................        4.6%
  With related children under 18 years..............................        5.9%
    With related children under 5 years.............................        7.6%

Female householder families.........................................       17.2%
  With related children under 18 years..............................       23.0%
    With related children under 5 years.............................       28.7%
 

      Total housing units...........................................     11,600

YEAR STRUCTURE BUILT
1989 to March 1990..................................................        256
1985 to 1988........................................................        768
1980 to 1984........................................................        773
1970 to 1979........................................................      2,638
1960 to 1969........................................................      1,412
1950 to 1959........................................................      1,382
1940 to 1949........................................................        609
1939 or earlier.....................................................      3,762

BEDROOMS
No bedroom..........................................................         23
1 bedroom...........................................................        369
2 bedrooms..........................................................      2,144
3 bedrooms..........................................................      6,368
4 bedrooms..........................................................      2,289
5 or more bedrooms..................................................        407

SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS
Lacking complete plumbing facilities................................         66
Lacking complete kitchen facilities.................................         46
Condominium housing units...........................................         30

SOURCE OF WATER
Public system or private company....................................      5,191
Individual drilled well.............................................      5,952
Individual dug well.................................................        286
Some other source...................................................        171

SEWAGE DISPOSAL
Public sewer........................................................      4,874
Septic tank or cesspool.............................................      6,630
Other means.........................................................         96

      Occupied housing units........................................     11,082

HOUSE HEATING FUEL
Utility gas.........................................................      2,646
Bottled, tank, or LP gas............................................      1,702
Electricity.........................................................      4,352
Fuel oil, kerosene, etc.............................................      1,762
Coal or coke........................................................         57
Wood................................................................        525
Solar energy........................................................         12
Other fuel..........................................................         20
No fuel used........................................................          6
 

YEAR HOUSEHOLDER MOVED INTO UNIT
1989 to March 1990..................................................      1,234
1985 to 1988........................................................      2,506
1980 to 1984........................................................      1,571
1970 to 1979........................................................      2,574
1960 to 1969........................................................      1,372
1959 or earlier.....................................................      1,825

TELEPHONE
No telephone in unit................................................        354

VEHICLES AVAILABLE
  Occupied housing units............................................     11,082
None................................................................        432
1...................................................................      2,719
2...................................................................      5,076
3 or more...........................................................      2,855

MORTGAGE STATUS AND SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS
Specified owner-occupied housing units..............................      6,695
  With a mortgage...................................................      3,786
    Less than $300..................................................        160
    $300 to $499....................................................      1,326
    $500 to $699....................................................      1,340
    $700 to $999....................................................        746
    $1,000 to $1,499................................................        202
    $1,500 to $1,999................................................          6
    $2,000 or more..................................................          6
    Median (dollars)................................................        549
  Not mortgaged.....................................................      2,909
    Less than $100..................................................         80
    $100 to $199....................................................      1,553
    $200 to $299....................................................      1,082
    $300 to $399....................................................        152
    $400 or more....................................................         42
    Median (dollars)................................................        192

SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS AS A PERCENTAGE OF HOUSEHOLD  INCOME IN 1989
Specified owner-occupied housing units..............................      6,695
  Less than 20 percent..............................................      4,837
  20 to 24 percent..................................................        808
  25 to 29 percent..................................................        409
  30 to 34 percent..................................................        190
  35 percent or more................................................        402
  Not computed......................................................         49
 

GROSS RENT
Specified renter-occupied housing units.............................      1,510
  Less than $200....................................................        199
  $200 to $299......................................................        369
  $300 to $499......................................................        721
  $500 to $749......................................................         68
  $750 to $999......................................................          4
  $1,000 or more....................................................         18
  No cash rent......................................................        131
  Median (dollars)..................................................        326

GROSS RENT AS A PERCENTAGE OF HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989
Specified renter-occupied housing units.............................      1,510
  Less than 20 percent..............................................        743
  20 to 24 percent..................................................        210
  25 to 29 percent..................................................         74
  30 to 34 percent..................................................         73
  35 percent or more................................................        277
  Not computed......................................................        133
 
 

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