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The median age within the market is older. The primary trade area is slightly older (38.7) than found in the secondary trade area (37.6 years) but younger than the expanded trade area (39.2 years). The primary trade area workforce consists of 53.4 % white-collar, which is higher in comparison to the secondary trade area (50.1 %) and total trade area (51.4%).

Persons per household in the area are average, with the primary trade area reporting 2.45 persons. The secondary and total trade areas report higher persons per household of 2.53 and 2.45 persons.

Characteristics

Primary

Secondary

Expanded Trade

Trade Area

Trade Area

Area

2006 Population

88,900

147,500

271,010

2011 Population

98,000

162,000

296,900

2006-2011 Projected Annual Growth

1.9 %

1.89 %

1.84 %

2006 Median Household Income

$42,750

$41,000

$40,825

2006 Per Capita Income

$22, 365

$20,900

$22,770

% Households with incomes $100,000 or higher

10.8%

9.7%

11.9%

% White

76%

72%

72%

% Hispanic Ethnicity

34.5%

34%

32.7%

Persons Per Household

2.45

2.53

2.45

Median Age

38.7

37.6

39.2

% White-Collar Employed

53.4%

50.1%

51.4%

The following table presents and compares the demographic characteristics found in the defined trade areas:

Palm Beach URA, Florida Gibbs Planning Group, Inc. February 8, 2007 (Revised)

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