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1 Family: Population Demographics Population Entire MSA Central Cities (CC) Outside Central Cities Percent of Entire MSA 27.62% Population in CC Percent Change in Population from 1999 to 2000 Entire MSA 0.196% Population Density Entire MSA people/sq mi Percent White Entire MSA 78.4% Central Cities (CC) 69.1% Outside Central Cities 81.95% Percent White and Not Hispanic Entire MSA 76% Central Cities (CC) 66.5% Outside Central Cities 79.62% Percent African American or Black Entire MSA 7% Central Cities (CC) 11.2% Outside Central Cities 5.4% Percent Asian Entire MSA 5.1% Central Cities (CC) 7.6% Outside Central Cities 4.15% Percent American Indian or Alaska Native Entire MSA 1.4% Central Cities (CC) 2% Outside Central Cities 1.17% Percent Native Hawai ian or Pacific Islander Entire MSA 0.8% Central Cities (CC) 0.9% Outside Central Cities 0.76% Percent Hispanic (Any Race) Entire MSA 5.5% Central Cities (CC) 6.9% Outside Central Cities 4.97% Percent Other Races Entire MSA 2.2% Central Cities (CC) 2.9% Outside Central Cities 1.93% Percent Two or More Races Entire MSA 5.1% Central Cities (CC) 6.3% Outside Central Cities 4.64%

2 Family: Household and Family Total Number of Households Entire MSA Central Cities (CC) Outside Central Cities Percent of Total Households that are Family Households Entire MSA 69.1% Central Cities (CC) 60.3% Outside Central Cities 72.73% Percent of Total Households that are Family Households with own Children under 18 Entire MSA 35.9% Central Cities (CC) 30.9% Outside Central Cities 37.96% Percent of Total Households that are Married Couple Family Households Entire MSA 52.8% Central Cities (CC) 41.6% Outside Central Cities 57.42% Percent of Total Households that are Family Households with Female Householders and No Husband Present Entire MSA 11.8% Central Cities (CC) 13.9% Outside Central Cities 10.93% Percent of Total Households that are Non-Family Households Entire MSA 30.9% Central Cities (CC) 39.7% Outside Central Cities 27.27% Percent of Total Households where Householder Lives Alone Entire MSA 24.3% Central Cities (CC) 31.7% Outside Central Cities 21.25% Percent of Total Households where Householder Lives Alone and is 65 or Older Entire MSA 7.6% Central Cities (CC) 10.4% Outside Central Cities 6.45% Average Population per Household Entire MSA 2.6 people Central Cities (CC) 2.45 people Outside Central Cities 2.66 people Average Population per Family Entire MSA 3.1 people Central Cities (CC) 3.1 people Outside Central Cities 3.1 people

3 Family: Language and Education s Percent of Population who Speak a Language Other Than English in the Home Entire MSA 11.8% Central Cities (CC) 16.5% Outside Central Cities 10% Ratio of CC to Outside CC Percent of Population Central Cities who Speak a Language Other Than English at Home and Speak English 'Less Than Very Well' Entire MSA 4.8% Central Cities (CC) 8.1% Outside Central Cities 3.5% Ratio of CC to Outside CC Percent of Population Age 25 or Older Who Have Less Than a Ninth Grade Education Entire MSA 3.4% Central Cities (CC) 5.1% Outside Central Cities 2.8% Ratio of CC to Outside CC Percent of Population Ages 16 to 19 Who Are Not in High School or High School Graduates Entire MSA 9.3% Central Cities (CC) 10.9% Outside Central Cities 8.7% Ratio of CC to Outside CC Percent of Students Enrolled in Elementary or High School Who Are Enrolled in Private Schools Entire MSA 8.3% Central Cities (CC) 9.9% Outside Central Cities 7.7% Ratio of CC to Outside CC Percent of Population Age 25 or Older Who Are High School Graduates or Higher Entire MSA 86.9% Central Cities (CC) 83.6% Outside Central Cities 88.2% Ratio of CC to Outside CC Percent of Population Ages 18 to 24 Who Are Enrolled in a College or Graduate School Entire MSA 23.8% Central Cities (CC) 28.8% Outside Central Cities 21.9% Ratio of CC to Outside CC Percent of Population Age 25 or Older Who Have Bachelors Degrees or Higher Entire MSA 20.6% Central Cities (CC) 20% Outside Central Cities 20.8% Ratio of CC to Outside CC Percent of Population Ages 25 to 34 Who Have Bachelors Degrees or Higher Entire MSA 18.7% Central Cities (CC) 20.6% Outside Central Cities 18% Ratio of CC to Outside CC

4 Family: Labor Force Participation and Commute Percent of All People Age 16 and Over in the Labor Force Entire MSA 66.4% Central Cities (CC) 64.2% Outside Central Cities 67.2% Ratio of CC to Outside CC Percent of Woman Age 16 and Over in the Labor Force Entire MSA 59.2% Central Cities (CC) 57.7% Outside Central Cities 59.8% Ratio of CC to Outside CC Percent of Women Age 16 and Over with Children Under 6 in the Labor Force Entire MSA 61.6% Central Cities (CC) 65.7% Outside Central Cities 60% Ratio of CC to Outside CC Percent of Children Under 6 with all Parents in their Families in the Labor Force Entire MSA 59.1% Central Cities (CC) 63.2% Outside Central Cities 57.5% Ratio of CC to Outside CC Percent of Children Age 6 to 17 with all Parents in their Families in the Labor Force Entire MSA 69.6% Central Cities (CC) 70.3% Outside Central Cities 69.3% Ratio of CC to Outside CC Percent of the Civilian Labor Force Unemployed Entire MSA 6.5% Central Cities (CC) 7.8% Outside Central Cities 6% Ratio of CC to Outside CC Percent of Workers 16 and Over in Carpools Entire MSA 13.3% Central Cities (CC) 13.9% Outside Central Cities 13.1% Ratio of CC to Outside CC Mean Travel Time to Work in Minutes for Workers Age 16 and Higher Who Do Not Work from Home Entire MSA 28.4% Central Cities (CC) 25.4% Outside Central Cities 29.5% Ratio of CC to Outside CC Percent of Workers Age 16 and Higher who Work Outside Their County of Residence Entire MSA 29.6% Central Cities (CC) 28.5% Outside Central Cities 30% Ratio of CC to Outside CC Percent of Workers 16 and Over using Public Transportation to Get to Work Entire MSA 2.7% Central Cities (CC) 5.3% Outside Central Cities 1.7% Ratio of CC to Outside CC

5 Family: Residency and Foreign Born Status Percent of Total Population Foreign Born Entire MSA 8.1% Central Cities (CC) 11.9% Outside Central Cities 6.7% Ratio of CC to Outside CC Percent of Foreign Born Population that Entered the U.S. Between 1990 and March 2000 Entire MSA 38.3% Central Cities (CC) 46.4% Outside Central Cities 35.2% Ratio of CC to Outside CC Percent of Foreign Born Population that are Naturalized Citizens Entire MSA 50.2% Central Cities (CC) 41.9% Outside Central Cities 53.4% Ratio of CC to Outside CC Percent of Population Born in State of Residence Entire MSA 53% Central Cities (CC) 55.2% Outside Central Cities 52.2% Ratio of CC to Outside CC Percent of Population Age 5 and Older Who Lived in a Different House in 1995 Entire MSA 53.1% Central Cities (CC) 52.2% Outside Central Cities 53.4% Ratio of CC to Outside CC Percent of Population Age 5 and Older Who Lived in a Different House in 1995 in the Same State Entire MSA 38.7% Central Cities (CC) 39.7% Outside Central Cities 38.3% Ratio of CC to Outside CC Percent of Population Age 5 and Older Who Lived in a Different House in 1995 in a Different State or Abroad Entire MSA 14.4% Central Cities (CC) 12.5% Outside Central Cities 15.1% Ratio of CC to Outside CC

6 Family: Percent Distribution by Occupation Percent of Population in Management, Professional, and Related Occupations Entire MSA 30.1% Central Cities (CC) 29.2% Outside Central Cities 30.4% Ratio of CC to Outside CC Percent of Population in Service Occupations Entire MSA 16.3% Central Cities (CC) 18.7% Outside Central Cities 15.4% Ratio of CC to Outside CC Percent of Population in Sales and Office Occupations Entire MSA 26.8% Central Cities (CC) 25.8% Outside Central Cities 27.2% Ratio of CC to Outside CC Percent of Population in Farming, Fishing, and Forestry Occupations Entire MSA 0.5% Central Cities (CC) 0.6% Outside Central Cities 0.5% Ratio of CC to Outside CC Percent of Population in Construction, Extraction, and Maintenance Occupations Entire MSA 11.2% Central Cities (CC) 10.1% Outside Central Cities 11.6% Ratio of CC to Outside CC Percent of Population in Production, Transportation, and Material Moving Occupations Entire MSA 15.1% Central Cities (CC) 15.6% Outside Central Cities 14.9% Ratio of CC to Outside CC Percent of Population in Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing, and Hunting Industries Entire MSA 0.9% Central Cities (CC) 0.9% Outside Central Cities 0.9% Ratio of CC to Outside CC Percent Population in Manufacturing Industry Entire MSA 12.6% Central Cities (CC) 12.5% Outside Central Cities 12.6% Ratio of CC to Outside CC Percent of Population who are Government Workers (Local, State, or Federal) Entire MSA 17.7% Central Cities (CC) 16.6% Outside Central Cities 18.1% Ratio of CC to Outside CC

7 Family: Income and Poverty Median Income for Households in 1999 Entire MSA $ Central Cities (CC) $ Outside Central Cities $ Ratio of CC to Outside CC Median Income for Families in 1999 Entire MSA $ Central Cities (CC) $ Outside Central Cities $ Ratio of CC to Outside CC Per Capita Income in 1999 Entire MSA $ Central Cities (CC) $ Outside Central Cities $ Ratio of CC to Outside CC Median Earnings in 1999 of Full-Time, Year-Round Male Workers Entire MSA $ Central Cities (CC) $ Outside Central Cities $ Ratio of CC to Outside CC Median Earnings in 1999 of Full-Time, Year-Round Female Workers Entire MSA $ Central Cities (CC) $ Outside Central Cities $ Ratio of CC to Outside CC Percent of Population in 1999 with Income Below Poverty Level Entire MSA 10.5% Central Cities (CC) 15.9% Outside Central Cities 14.1% Ratio of CC to Outside CC Percent of Children under 18 years in 1999 with Income Below Poverty Level Entire MSA 13.2% Central Cities (CC) 20.6% Outside Central Cities 17.9% Ratio of CC to Outside CC Percent of Population Age 65 Years or Older in 1999 with Income Below Poverty Level Entire MSA 7.2% Central Cities (CC) 10.9% Outside Central Cities 9.6% Ratio of CC to Outside CC Percent of Families with Income Below Poverty Level Entire MSA 7.5% Central Cities (CC) 11.4% Outside Central Cities 10% Ratio of CC to Outside CC

8 Family: Compensation Statistics (page 1 of 2) Occupation Assemblers Average Wage (all levels) $18.62/hr Average Wage (Level 01) $10.56/hr Ratio of All Levels to Level Bookkeepers, Accounting, and Auditing Clerks Average Wage (all levels) $14.17/hr Average Wage (Level 01) $7.86/hr Ratio of All Levels to Level Cashiers Average Wage (all levels) $13.35/hr Average Wage (Level 01) $7.02/hr Ratio of All Levels to Level Construction Laborers Average Wage (all levels) $17.2/hr Average Wage (Level 01) $11.54/hr Ratio of All Levels to Level Cooks Average Wage (all levels) $10.66/hr Average Wage (Level 01) $6.72/hr Ratio of All Levels to Level File Clerks Average Wage (all levels) $11.17/hr Average Wage (Level 01) $8.49/hr Ratio of All Levels to Level Freight, Stock, and Material Handlers, n.e.c. Average Wage (all levels) $13.12/hr Average Wage (Level 01) $10.34/hr Ratio of All Levels to Level Guards and Police, exc. Public Service Average Wage (all levels) $8.95/hr Average Wage (Level 01) $7.09/hr Ratio of All Levels to Level Janitors and Cleaners Average Wage (all levels) $10.74/hr Average Wage (Level 01) $9.85/hr Ratio of All Levels to Level Kitchen Workers, Food Preparation Average Wage (all levels) $9.54/hr Average Wage (Level 01) $7.33/hr Ratio of All Levels to Level

9 Family: Compensation Statistics (page 2 of 2) Occupation Licensed Practical Nurses Average Wage (all levels) $17.29/hr Average Wage (Level 02) $9.98/hr Ratio of All Levels to Level 02 N/A Maids and Housemen Average Wage (all levels) $9.48/hr Average Wage (Level 01) $8.79/hr Ratio of All Levels to Level Nursing Aides, Orderlies, and Attendants Average Wage (all levels) $10.99/hr Average Wage (Level 01) $7.28/hr Ratio of All Levels to Level General Office Workers Average Wage (all levels) $14.39/hr Average Wage (Level 01) $8.44/hr Ratio of All Levels to Level Receptionists Average Wage (all levels) $11.32/hr Average Wage (Level 01) $8.28/hr 0 0 Ratio of All Levels to Level Sales Workers, Other Commodities Average Wage (all levels) $9.48/hr Average Wage (Level 01) $7.19/hr Ratio of All Levels to Level Secretaries Average Wage (all levels) $16.45/hr Average Wage (Level 01) $9.66/hr Ratio of All Levels to Level Stock and Inventory Clerks Average Wage (all levels) $19.3/hr Average Wage (Level 01) $8.99/hr Ratio of All Levels to Level Truck Drivers Average Wage (all levels) $17.02/hr Average Wage (Level 01) $10.41/hr Ratio of All Levels to Level Waiters and Waitresses Average Wage (all levels) $7.34/hr Average Wage (Level 01) $/hr Ratio of All Levels to Level

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