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Tyler, Texas
Boulder, Colorado
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ECONOMY COMPARISON HIGHLIGHTS
Household income in Tyler, is 36% less than it is in Boulder and 25% below the National Average.
ECONOMY
 Tyler, TXBoulder, COUnited States
 Unemployment Rate4.50%3.30%5.20%
 Recent Job Growth1.20%0.78%1.59%
 Future Job Growth37.90%38.26%37.98%
 Sales Taxes8.25%8.85%6.00%
 Income Taxes0.00%4.63%4.60%
 Income per Cap.$26,132$37,406$28,555
 Household Income$42,752$58,062$53,482
 Family Median Income$56,323$102,623$65,443
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 EST. HOUSEHOLDS BY INCOME
 Tyler, TXBoulder, COUnited States
 Income Less Than 15K14.83%16.14%12.55%
 Income between 15K and 20K6.81%5.66%5.36%
 Income between 20K and 30K13.88%8.44%10.42%
 Income between 30K and 40K11.08%8.14%9.80%
 Income between 40K and 50K9.29%6.81%8.80%
 Income between 50K and 60K8.29%5.92%7.90%
 Income between 60K and 75K8.60%8.30%9.93%
 Income between 75K and 100K10.44%10.59%12.16%
 Income between 100K and 150K9.54%13.47%13.01%
 Income between 150K and 200K2.84%6.97%5.04%
 Income greater than 200K4.41%9.57%5.03%
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 POPULATION BY OCCUPATION
 Tyler, TXBoulder, COUnited States
 Management, business, finance12.02%18.35%14.54%
 Engineering, computers, science3.20%13.78%5.34%
 Community, social services1.55%1.82%1.67%
 Legal1.19%2.04%1.16%
 Education, library7.13%11.42%6.13%
 Arts, design, media, sports, entertainment1.81%4.72%1.91%
 Healthcare practitioners and technology8.29%3.79%5.67%
 Healthcare support3.63%1.23%2.51%
 Firefighters, law enforcement1.88%0.85%2.23%
 Food preparation, serving6.51%8.81%5.76%
 Building maintenance4.60%1.61%4.01%
 Personal care4.58%4.54%3.65%
 Sales, office, administrative support24.38%19.68%24.36%
 Farming, fishing, forestry0.83%0.11%0.73%
 Construction, extraction, maintenance/repair7.49%2.77%8.24%
 Production, transportation, material moving10.92%4.49%12.09%

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