Orlando, FL Demographics

Population - Employment - Households - Income / Financial - Housing - Education - Marital Status - Means of Transport to Work - Median Income by Zipcode

What is the population of Orlando?

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There are 302,968 residents in Orlando, with a median age of 34.4. Of this, 48.46% are males and 51.54% are females. US-born citizens make up 66.52% of the resident pool in Orlando, while non-US-born citizens account for 20.35%. Additionally, 13.14% of the population is represented by non-citizens.
A total of 240,104 people in Orlando currently live in the same house as they did last year.
Y-o-Y Change
Total Population 302,968 6.4%
Male Population 146,833 7.4%
Female Population 156,135 5.5%
Male population 48.46%
Female population 51.54%
Y-o-Y Change
Median Age 34.4 1.5%
Citizen US Born 201,521 5.1%
Citizen not US Born 61,648 11.0%
Not Citizen 39,799 6.0%
Citizen US Born 66.52%
Citizen not US Born 20.35%
Not Citizen 13.14%
Y-o-Y Change
Moved from Abroad 7,043 2.4%
Moved from Same County 30,915 -1.8%
Moved from Same State 11,962 -1.9%
Moved from Different State 9,653 -1.3%
Same House as Last Year 240,104 8.6%
Moved from Abroad 2.35%
Moved from Same County 10.32%
Moved from Same State 3.99%
Moved from Different State 3.22%
Same House as Last Year 80.12%

What are the employment statistics in Orlando?

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White-collar workers make up 82.37% of the working population in Orlando, while blue-collar employees account for 17.63%. There are also 16,071 entrepreneurs in Orlando (9.67% of the workforce); 125,226 workers employed in private companies (75.38%); and 14,012 people working in governmental institutions (8.43%).
Y-o-Y Change
White Collar 136,840 4.2%
Blue Collar 29,279 12.8%
White Collar 82.37%
Blue Collar 17.63%
Y-o-Y Change
Self Employees 16,071 9.2%
Private Companies 125,226 4.9%
Governmental Workers 14,012 4.6%
Not for Profit Companies 10,810 11.0%
Self Employees 9.67%
Private Companies 75.38%
Governmental Workers 8.43%
Not for Profit Companies 6.51%

How many households are there in Orlando?

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There are a total of 118,834 households in Orlando, each made up of around 3 members. Family establishments represent 55.36% of these Orlando households, while non-family units account for the remaining 44.64%. Additionally, 28.41% of households have children and 71.59% of households are without children.
Y-o-Y Change
Total Households 118,834 4.9%
Average People Per Household 3 1.2%
Family Households 65,783 6.7%
Non-family Households 53,051 2.9%
Family Households 55.36%
Non-family Households 44.64%
Y-o-Y Change
Households with Children 33,761 4.7%
Households without Children 85,073 5.0%
Households with Children 28.41%
Households without Children 71.59%

What are the median and average incomes in Orlando?

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The average annual household income in Orlando is $88,128, while the median household income sits at $58,968 per year. Residents aged 25 to 44 earn $64,424, while those between 45 and 64 years old have a median wage of $65,692. In contrast, people younger than 25 and those older than 65 earn less, at $42,656 and $39,975, respectively.
Y-o-Y Change
Average Household Income $88,128 8.8%
Median Household Income $58,968 6.9%
People below Poverty Level 45,706 2.3%
People above Poverty Level 251,689 7.4%

How many homeowners and renters are there in Orlando?

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There are 142,115 housing units in Orlando, and the median year in which these properties were built is 1989. Of the 118,834 occupied housing units in Orlando, 38.17% are owner-occupied, while 61.83% have renters living in them.
Meanwhile, properties bought with mortgages account for 68.64% of the units, and the median value of a home with a mortgage is $300,300. In general, housing costs reach $1,349 per month in Orlando.
Y-o-Y Change
Housing Units 142,115 4.4%
Median Year Built 1989 0.0%
Built in 1939 or Earlier 3,950 -4.5%
Built between 1940 and 1949 3,977 -1.3%
Built between 1950 and 1959 11,770 3.9%
Built between 1960 and 1969 10,189 1.8%
Built between 1970 and 1979 20,548 5.6%
Built between 1980 and 1989 22,127 4.9%
Built between 1990 and 1999 20,958 -1.1%
Built between 2000 and 2009 28,852 1.8%
Built between 2010 and 2019 19,529 N/A
Built in 2020 or Later 215 N/A
Y-o-Y Change
Occupied Housing Units 118,834 4.9%
Owner Occupied 45,358 7.3%
Renter Occupied 73,476 3.5%
Owner Occupied 38.17%
Renter Occupied 61.83%
Y-o-Y Change
With Mortgage 31,133 6.9%
Without Mortgage 14,225 8.2%
Median Value with Mortgage $300,300 7.5%
Median Value without Mortgage $236,800 9.7%
Median Housing Costs per Month $1,349 7.0%
With Mortgage 68.64%
Without Mortgage 31.36%

What is the level of education in Orlando?

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Approximately 29.76% of the population in Orlando holds a high school degree (that's 71,056 residents), while 18.02% have attained a college certificate (60,696 locals) and 24.09% have a bachelor's degree (57,504 people).
Y-o-Y Change
No High School 7,391 -0.5%
Some High School 71,056 8.0%
Some College 60,696 7.0%
Associate Degree 27,137 10.0%
Bachelor's Degree 57,504 4.6%
Graduate Degree 32,630 11.7%
No High School 3.1%
Some High School 29.76%
Some College 18.02%
Associate Degree 11.37%
Bachelor's Degree 24.09%
Graduate Degree 13.67%

What is the marital status of Orlando residents?

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A total of 107,586 people in Orlando have never been married (which represents 43.2% of the total population), while 100,214 of them are wedded (40.24%). Separated and divorced residents are in smaller numbers, at 6,015 (2.42%) and 31,609 (12.69%), respectively.
Y-o-Y Change
Never Married 107,586 6.8%
Married 100,214 7.7%
Separated 6,015 -7.6%
Widowed 9,650 0.3%
Divorced 31,609 6.1%
Never Married 43.2%
Married 40.24%
Separated 2.42%
Widowed 3.87%
Divorced 12.69%

What are the most common means of transportation in Orlando?

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The top three means of transportation people in Orlando use to get to work are: car, bus or trolley bus and walking. A total of 136,483 residents commute by car, 3,692 prefer going to work by bus or trolley bus and 2,251 by walking.
Y-o-Y Change
Car 136,483 3.5%
Bus or TrolleyBus 3,692 -14.3%
Subway or Elevated 30 N/A
Bicycle 992 4.0%
Motorcycle 190 -11.6%
TaxiCab 1,116 4.4%
Walk 2,251 -8.8%

What is the median and average household income in Orlando by zipcode?

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ZipCode Population Number of Households Median Income Average Income
32801 13,589 8,621 $67,954.00 $108,824.00
32803 22,136 10,420 $87,635.00 $113,429.00
32804 20,073 8,676 $97,695.00 $140,827.00
32805 18,547 6,944 $35,179.00 $51,084.00
32806 27,050 11,120 $78,816.00 $109,683.00
32807 35,638 12,429 $51,645.00 $61,876.00
32808 64,001 19,218 $42,259.00 $57,927.00
32811 40,402 14,154 $42,028.00 $57,340.00
32812 37,241 14,091 $59,278.00 $83,989.00
32814 9,293 3,941 $109,710.00 $163,504.00

Methodology & Disclaimers


Demographic data shown in this section was gathered from the latest U.S. Census Bureau release, the 2021 American Community Survey. The information is updated yearly, as soon as new data is made available by the US Census Bureau.
No representation, guarantee or warranty is made as to the accuracy or completeness of information modified or aggregated for specific neighborhoods and/or zip codes.

Zip codes included in this demographic data: 32801 32803 32804 32805 32806 32807 32808 32811 32812 32814 32818 32819 32822 32824 32827 32829 32832 32835 32839 34734

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