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Economy in Tyler, Texas

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EconomyTyler, TXUnited States
Unemployment Rate4.70%6.30%
Recent Job Growth1.60%1.18%
Future Job Growth38.50%36.10%
Sales Taxes8.25%6.00%
Income Taxes0.00%4.72%
Income per Cap.$27,361$28,051
Household Income$42,729$53,046
Family Median Income$57,158$64,585
ESTIMATED HOUSEHOLDS BY HOUSEHOLD INCOME
Income Less Than 15K15.51%12.61%
Income between 15K and 20K7.05%5.33%
Income between 20K and 30K12.95%10.57%
Income between 30K and 40K11.73%9.90%
Income between 40K and 50K9.27%8.95%
Income between 50K and 60K8.07%8.08%
Income between 60K and 75K7.46%10.09%
Income between 75K and 100K10.58%12.25%
Income between 100K and 150K9.08%12.82%
Income between 150K and 200K3.22%4.78%
Income greater than 200K5.06%4.64%
POPULATION BY OCCUPATION
Management, business, finance11.22%14.36%
Engineering, computers, science3.49%5.24%
Community, social services1.73%1.66%
Legal1.42%1.17%
Education, library7.11%6.10%
Arts, design, media, sports, entertainment1.88%1.88%
Healthcare practitioners and technology8.16%5.49%
Healthcare support3.24%2.47%
Firefighters, law enforcement1.84%2.24%
Food preparation, serving6.27%5.61%
Building maintenance5.29%3.97%
Personal care4.34%3.54%
Sales, office, administrative support24.53%24.89%
Farming, fishing, forestry0.67%0.73%
Construction, extraction, maintenance/repair7.16%8.56%
Production, transportation, material moving11.66%12.10%

The unemployment rate in Tyler, TX, is 4.70%, with job growth of 1.60%. Future job growth over the next ten years is predicted to be 38.50%.

Tyler, TX Taxes

Tyler, TX,sales tax rate is 8.25%. Income tax is 0.00%.

Tyler, TX Income and Salaries

The income per capita is $27,361, which includes all adults and children. The median household income is $42,729.


Tyler Economy SperlingViews

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