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Vermont

2022 population: 647,064   ( 21,323 from 2010)
Land area: 9217.4 square miles
Population density: 70.2 persons per square mile

2022 Census data
White:594,892 91.94% 0.8%
Black:9,0711.40% 52.6%
Indian:2,0940.32% 3.5%
Asian:13,3482.06% 66.5%
2+ races:12,8021.98% 30.7%
Hispanic:14,8572.30% 61.3%
Total non-White:52,1728.06% 46.9%

2020-2022 ComponentsNumberRate
Births:11,714 9.1
Deaths:15,14211.8
Net Migration: 5,8934.6
Net Immigration: 1,4481.1
Change in White population:4,669 0.7
Change in Non-White pop.:16,654 2.7




Race Breakdown with Components of Population Change

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Year:
Total population:
White:
Black:
Indian:
Asian:
2+ races:
Hispanic:
Total non-White:

2010
625,741
590,22394.32%
5,9430.95%
2,0230.32%
8,0151.28%
9,7921.56%
9,2081.47%
35,5185.68%

2000
608,827
585,43196.16%
2,9210.48%
2,3250.38%
5,2800.87%
6,8091.12%
5,5040.90%
23,3963.84%

1990
562,758
551,44197.99%
2,1160.38%
2,1700.39%
3,1690.56%
n/a
3,8620.69%
11,3172.01%

1980
511,456
504,20198.58%
1,0830.21%
1,0050.20%
1,6400.32%
n/a
3,3770.66%
7,2551.42%

1970
444,330
440,09299.05%
7570.17%
2280.05%
4460.10%
n/a
2,4690.56%
4,238 0.95%

Decade:
Components:
Births:
Deaths:
Net Migration:
Net Immigration:
Change in White population:
Change in Non-White pop.:

2000's
NumberRate
59,886 9.8
47,2667.8
-1,124-0.2
5,0010.8
4,792 0.8
12,122 2.0
1990's
NumberRate
71,413 12.7
48,8038.7
7,0581.3
5,9111.1
33,990 6.0
12,079 2.1
1980's
NumberRate
80,778 15.8
45,941 9.0
18,965 3.7
n/a
47,240 9.2
4,062 0.8
1970's
NumberRate
n/a
n/a
31,814 7.2
n/a
64,109 14.4
3,017 0.7

Age, Family & Household Data for Vermont

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Year:
 
Median Age:
Under 18:
Voting Age Population:
Over 65:
Households:
Persons Per HH:
Families (%HH):
Married Couples (%Fams):
Single Mothers (%Fams):
Non-Family (%HH):

2022
NumberPercent
42.9
116,817 18.1%
530,247 81.9%
130,760 20.2%
265,858
2.33
157,518 59.2%
124,656 79.1%
12,731 8.1%
108,340 40.8%

2010
NumberPercent
41.6
129,233 20.7%
496,508 79.3%
91,078 14.6%
256,442
2.34
160,360 62.5%
124,395 77.6%
15,364 9.6%
96,082 37.5%

2000
NumberPercent
37.5
147,579 24.2%
461,248 75.8%
77,295 12.7%
240,744
2.44
158,684 65.9%
128,731 81.1%
14,411 9.1%
82,060 34.1%

1990
NumberPercent
32.9
143,580 25.5%
419,178 74.5%
66,169 11.8%
210,633
2.57
145,721 69.2%
120,356 82.6%
12,264 8.4%
64,912 30.8%

1980
NumberPercent
29.5
146,005 28.5%
365,451 71.5%
58,152 11.4%
178,394
2.75
129,036 72.3%
109,469 84.8%
9,359 7.3%
49,358 27.7%

2022 Housing Data for Vermont

Housing Data
 Number%
Housing Units335,138 
Median Value$272,400 
Occupied265,85879.3%
Vacant69,28020.7%
Owned193,22272.7%
Rented72,63627.3%
Median Rent$1,149 
Single-Family Units240,15271.7%
    Detached225,63867.3%
    Attached14,5144.3%
Buldings with 5+ Units36,87011.0%
Mobile Homes20,0416.0%

2022 Income & Employment Data for Vermont

Household Income
RangeNumber%
Less than $10,00010,2773.9%
$10,000 to $14,99910,7424.0%
$15,000 to $19,9999,0213.4%
$20,000 to $24,9999,5293.6%
$25,000 to $29,99910,1233.8%
$30,000 to $34,99910,5524.0%
$35,000 to $39,9999,3833.5%
$40,000 to $44,99910,1433.8%
$45,000 to $49,9999,8063.7%
$50,000 to $59,99918,3786.9%
$60,000 to $74,99926,47810.0%
$75,000 to $99,99935,67613.4%
$100,000 to $124,99928,00410.5%
$125,000 to $149,99920,9727.9%
$150,000 to $199,99923,2268.7%
$200,000 or more23,5488.9%
Median Household Income74,014 
Per Capita Income41,680 
Cost of Living Index   (100 = average)
Compared to U.S.109 
Welfare Households
 Number%
SSI14,5715.5%
Public Assistance8,6193.2%
Public Asst. or Food Stamps30,55111.5%
Labor Force, Ages 25-64
 Number%
Employed299,12874.5%
Unemployed12,0273.0%
In Armed Forces1,0820.3%
Total Labor Force312,23777.8%
Not in Labor Force89,22422.2%
Real Unemployment Rate 25.2%
Class of Worker
 MaleFemale% Male
Private Sector106,16081,37956.6%
Non-Profit18,24836,68033.2%
Self-Employed26,73817,42160.5%
Local Government9,43117,05935.6%
State Government6,5638,74642.9%
Federal Government4,0564,09249.8%
Total Private + Self132,89898,80057.4%
Total Non-Profit + Govt.38,29866,57736.5%
Total171,196165,37750.9%
Pct. Govt.14.8%  
Occupation
 Number%
Management, Business, Science, Arts58,48417.3%
Sales and Office Occupations61,02818.1%
Professional, Technical94,15127.9%
Service Occupations53,67815.9%
Farming, Forestry, Fishing4,1591.2%
All others69,87020.7%
White Collar 63.4%
Industry
 Number%
Health care and social assistance52,07715.4%
Educational services44,82013.3%
Retail trade38,68611.5%
Manufacturing34,21210.1%
Construction24,8827.4%
Accommodation and food services22,5376.7%
Professional, scientific, technical21,1306.3%
Public administration16,4664.9%
Other services15,6694.6%
Finance and insurance10,7733.2%
Administrative, support, waste mgmt.10,0653.0%
Arts, entertainment, recreation9,3932.8%
Agriculture, forestry, fishing, hunting8,2192.4%
Transportation and warehousing7,9852.4%
Wholesale trade5,9221.8%
Information5,9081.8%
Real estate and rental and leasing5,3691.6%
Utilities2,4330.7%
Mining, quarrying, oil/gas extraction5030.1%
Management1620.0%

2022 Ancestry, Citizenship & Language Data for Vermont

Hispanic Breakdown
CountryNumber%
Mexican3,6070.56%
Puerto Rican2,4880.39%
Cuban8230.13%
Dominican6910.11%
Total Central American9990.16%
Costa Rican1220.02%
Guatemalan3140.05%
Honduran360.01%
Nicaraguan2160.03%
Panamanian470.01%
Salvadoran2640.04%
Other Central American00.00%
Total South American2,3310.36%
Argentinean2890.04%
Bolivian1080.02%
Chilean2210.03%
Colombian5850.09%
Ecuadorian1860.03%
Paraguayan450.01%
Peruvian3590.06%
Uruguayan1870.03%
Venezuelan3510.05%
Other South American00.00%
Other Hispanic2,8540.44%
Asian Breakdown
CountryNumber%
Chinese2,4090.37%
Indian1,8840.29%
Korean1,2560.20%
Filipino1,0830.17%
Vietnamese7580.12%
Burmese5780.09%
Japanese2860.04%
Bhutanese2370.04%
Thai2320.04%
Language Spoken at Home
LanguageNumber%
English582,35194.6%
French, Haitian, Cajun8,3071.3%
Spanish7,1441.2%
Other Indo-European5,1820.8%
Russian, Polish, other Slavic2,8640.5%
German, other Germanic2,2100.4%
Other2,0470.3%
Other Asian1,9030.3%
Chinese1,5860.3%
Ancestry
CountryNumber%
English117,82818.3%
Irish105,52016.4%
German65,88810.2%
French60,0269.3%
French Canadian48,6087.5%
American46,0967.2%
Italian45,9757.1%
Scottish25,5664.0%
Polish23,3173.6%
European12,8222.0%
Swedish10,0731.6%
Dutch7,3721.1%
Scotch-Irish7,2691.1%
Russian6,6211.0%
British6,1571.0%
Citizenship & Nativity
 Number%
U.S. citizen632,33398.2%
Not a citizen11,4831.8%
Native615,58595.6%
Foreign-born28,2314.4%

2022 Educational Attainment Data for Vermont

Educational Attainment, Population 25 Years and Older
< 9 Years9-12 YearsH.S. Grad or GEDSome CollegeBach. DegreeGrad Degree
8,139 1.8%18,448 4.0%126,697 27.6%114,219 24.9%111,614 24.3%79,916 17.4%
  Average years of education: 14.2
Population 25 Years and Older
< 9 Years 8,139 1.8%
9-12 Years 18,448 4.0%
H.S. Grad or GED 126,697 27.6%
Some College 114,219 24.9%
Bach. Degree 111,614 24.3%
Grad Degree 79,916 17.4%
Average years of education: 14.2

Source for the above data: U.S. Census Bureau / American Community Survey (5 year-estimates)


Historical Labor Force Data for Vermont

Labor Force Data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics
YearLabor
Force
EmployedUnemployedUnemp.
Rate
State
Avg.
1990 306,987 292,547 14,440 4.7%
1991 306,679 288,509 18,170 5.9%
1992 311,647 292,219 19,428 6.2%
1993 314,369 298,017 16,352 5.2%
1994 315,881 301,916 13,965 4.4%
1995 319,873 306,562 13,311 4.2%
1996 325,481 311,504 13,977 4.3%
1997 330,039 317,049 12,990 3.9%
1998 334,355 322,795 11,560 3.5%
1999 337,438 327,096 10,342 3.1%
2000 334,033 324,664 9,369 2.8%
2001 338,121 326,970 11,151 3.3%
2002 343,233 330,074 13,159 3.8%
2003 346,378 331,240 15,138 4.4%
2004 347,350 334,548 12,802 3.7%
2005 349,520 337,413 12,107 3.5%
2006 355,382 342,233 13,149 3.7%
2007 353,271 339,384 13,887 3.9%
2008 353,978 337,935 16,043 4.5%
2009 359,298 337,028 22,270 6.2%
2010 359,696 336,925 22,771 6.3%
2011 357,674 337,779 19,895 5.6%
2012 353,945 336,900 17,045 4.8%
2013 350,177 334,684 15,493 4.4%
2014 348,694 334,741 13,953 4.0%
2015 346,515 334,264 12,251 3.5%
2016 345,853 335,043 10,810 3.1%
2017 347,128 336,659 10,469 3.0%
2018 346,721 337,605 9,116 2.6%
2019 344,384 336,404 7,980 2.3%
2020 330,060 311,647 18,413 5.6%
2021 335,822 323,352 12,470 3.7%
2022 342,121 333,085 9,036 2.6%
Link: Information about the TRUE unemployment rate from shadowstats.com


Migration Data for Vermont

Inflows From (2011-2021)
From StateNumber of People
New York 22,985
New Hampshire 20,948
Massachusetts 18,746
Florida 12,096
Connecticut 7,911
California 6,759
Pennsylvania 5,113
New Jersey 4,974
Maine 4,460
North Carolina 4,394
Texas 4,147
Virginia 4,038
Colorado 3,804
Maryland 2,278
Arizona 2,217
Outflows To (2011-2021)
To StateNumber of People
New Hampshire 21,913
New York 20,026
Florida 17,144
Massachusetts 16,416
California 7,035
North Carolina 6,847
Maine 6,001
Connecticut 5,529
Virginia 4,689
Texas 4,683
Pennsylvania 4,597
Colorado 4,332
South Carolina 3,824
New Jersey 3,208
Arizona 2,859
Source for migration data: Internal Revenue Service -- https://www.irs.gov/statistics/soi-tax-stats-migration-data
This data only includes persons who filed or are included as dependents on IRS tax returns.