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Ann Arbor SPARK serves the counties of Washtenaw and Livingston. The partnership to provide economic development in both regions provides a distinct advantage to any business looking to expand or relocate in the area. Our team of business consultants has deep rooted knowledge of both areas and can help your company make an informed decision to expand or relocate to the greater Ann Arbor area.

  LIVINGSTON WASHTENAW LIVINGSTON/ WASHTENAW  CITY OF ANN ARBOR DTW/WARREN/LIVONIA/MSA
Population 180,967 344,791 525,758 113,934 4,704,809
Population increase 2035 32,590 32,794 65,384 5,179 37,274

 

Age - total number and percent

  LIVINGSTON WASHTENAW LIVINGSTON/ WASHTENAW LIVINGSTON/WASHTENAW ANN ARBOR DTW/WARREN/LIVONIA/MSA
Under 5 9,924 19,138 29,062 6.8% 4,868 282,840
5-17 35,313 52,815 88,128 20.5% 11,514 848,195
18-34 12,659 58,306 70,965 16.5% 33,538 998,995
35-64 72,254 112,537 184,791 43.0% 28,340 1,964,048
65+ 21,644 34,951 56,595 13.2% 10,612 610,665
Median age 40.5 32.9 37   27.8 38.7

 

  LIVINGSTON WASHTENAW LIVINGSTON/ WASHTENAW ANN ARBOR DTW/WARREN/LIVONIA/MSA
Bachelor's degree and higher 31.3% 50.8% 43.6% 71.9% 28.5%
Median household income $ 71,694 $ 54,939 $ 59,918 $ 53,377 $ 53,242

 

Diversity

  LIVINGSTON WASHTENAW LIVINGSTON/ WASHTENAW ANN ARBOR DTW/WARREN/LIVONIA/MSA
White 96.9 74.5 82 73 68.5
Black 0.6 12.7 8.5 7.7 21.6
Asian 0.8 7.9 5.4 14.4 3.6
Hispanic 2 4 3 4.1 3.9

 

  WASHTENAW LIVINGSTON TOTAL DTW/WARREN/LIVONIA/MSA
Workforce 182,258 88,142 270,400 2,007,000
Total Employment 171,912 80,959 252,871 1,796,000
Unemployment 5.7 8.6   10.5

 

Employment by NAICS

  LIVINGSTON WASHTENAW LIVINGSTON/WASHTENAW
31 14,144 6,901 21,045
51 3,920 272 4,192
52 3,215 1,636 4,851
54 13,093 2,934 16,027
55 1,088 119 1,207
56 9,936 2,823 12,759
61 2,565 3,466 6,031
62 23,777 4,617 28,394
71 3,967 904 4,871
92 7,398 1,248 8,646

 

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