Demographic Information

A Developing Workforce from Aviation Mechanics to Advanced Manufacturing.

Many industrial experts say the finest technical training is A&P mechanic training (Airframe and Powerplant for aviation). In fact, A&P mechanics have been called the “surgeons” of advanced manufacturing. Charlotte County is also investing in basic manufacturing training that can be easily upskilled.


People QuickFacts      
  Charlotte County 45-Minute Commute Florida

Population

194,711 1,354,391 21,872,748
Median Age 59.1 51.1 42
Median House Value $195,400 $244,473 $215,300
Avg Annual Salary $42,848 $47,919 $51,757
Cost of Living Index 97.7 99.9 100.9

Source: EMSI (May 2021)

 

Year Population Estimate
2025 203,000
2030 215.500
2035 225.600
2040 234,400
2045 242,500

Source: Bureau of Economic and Business Research (BEBR) - Projections 2020

Population Characteristics
 

Educational Attainment
  Population
Less than 9th Grade 4,109
9th Grade to 12th Grade 10,666
High school graduate (includes equivalency) 56,130
Some college, no degree 38,627
Associate’s degree 13,915
Bachelor’s degree 24,408
Graduate or professional degree 14,535

Source - EMSI 

Charlotte County Race
  Population
Total 194,711
White 162,312
Hispanic or Latino 13,524
Black or African American 10,319
All Others 8,556

Source: US Census 2020

 

Unemployment Rates


Monthly Unemployment Rates
NUMBERS ARE NOT SEASONALLY ADJUSTED

    Charlotte County Florida United States
May  2021   5% 4.7% 6.1%
         


Source: U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics, Local Area Unemployment Statistics Program, in cooperation with the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity, Labor Market Statistics Center.