GEDC

Community Profile

People

Total Population: 16,349

The total population of Gainesville is 16,349. The median age is 32.61

%
Male
%
Female

Age Distribution

0-9 Years Old
2,557
10-19 Years Old
2,202
20-29 Years Old
2,466
30-39 Years Old
1,947
40-49 Years Old
1,609
50-59 Years Old
1,875
60-64 Years Old
865
65+ Years Old
2,651

Educational Attainment

The majority of the population in Gainesville has a high school degree, and 22.43% have a college degree.

Colleges

Offering an Associate’s Degree or Certificate

1 In the Community
20 within 50 Miles

Universities

Offering Bachelor’s Degree or higher

0 In the Community
9 within 50 Miles

Talent

What are the top jobs by occupation?

14%
Office & Admin Support
12%
Sales
11%
Executive, Managers & Admin
10%
Production Workers
6%
Food Preparation, Serving

1,646

1,399

1,223

1,140

703

 

Total Employees: 11,497

The work distribution of total employees in Gainesville is:

%
Blue Collar
%
White Collar

Businesses and Jobs

Gainesville has a total of 1,067 businesses. In 2017, the leading industries in Gainesville were Manufacturing, Retail, Accommodation and Food Services, and Health Care and Social Services.

What are the top industries by jobs?

Manufacturing & Industrial

2,288 Jobs
48 Establishments

Retail
Establishments

1,821 Jobs
182 Establishments

Accommodation & Food Services

1,353 Jobs
76 Establishments

Health Care & Social Services

1,143 Jobs
135 Establishments

How many employees do businesses in Gainesville have?

1-4 Employees
58.48%
5-9 Employees
19.49%
10-19 Employees
11.62%
20-49 Employees
6.19%
50-99 Employees
3%
100+ Employees
1.22%

Income and Spending

Median Household Income
$43,587

Households in Gainesville earn a median yearly income of 43,587. 34.35% of the households earn more than the national average each year. Household expenditures average 47,415 per year. The majority of earnings get spent on Shelter, Transportation, Food and Beverages, Healthcare, and Utilities.

24%

Less than the Country

27%

Less than the State

26%

Less than the Nation

How do people spend most of their money?

Shelter

$9,743

Transportation

$9,081

Food & Beverages

$7,111

Medical

$3,958

Utilities

$3,720

Housing

There are 21% more households who own their homes than there are renters.

55%
Owners
45%
Renters

Transporation

Residents spend an average of 24 minutes commuting to work. Gainesville is served by 42 airports within 50 miles. Rail can be accessed within the community. Interstates can be accessed within the community.

24 Min

Commute Travel Time

Interstate

In Community

1 + 42 (+50 mi)

Airports in Community

Freight Rail

In Community

Taxes

0%

Top State Corporate Income Tax

0%

Top State Corporate Capital Gains Tax

0%

Top State Personal Income Tax

0%

Top State Personal Capital Gains Tax

8.25%

State Sales Tax