Racine County Data Profile

Population/Demographics
Population (1,6)
2000 2010 2013
Racine County 188,831 195,408 195,041

         
Municipalities (ranked by population)



Racine, city 81,855 78,860 78,199
Mount Pleasant, village 23,142 26,197 26,224
Caledonia, village
 20,999 24,705 24,737  
Burlington, city 9,936 10,464 10,523
Sturtevant, village  5,287 6,970 6,990  
Waterford, village  4,048 5,368 5,341  
Union Grove, village  4,322 4,915 4,884  
Rochester, village
 3,403  3,682  3,693  
Wind Point, village  1,853 1,723 1,717  
Elmwood Park, village   474 497 497  
North Bay, village   260 241  241  





Population/Demographic Characteristics (1,6)
2000 2010 2013 % dist (13)
Population by age:



Total 188,831 195,408 195,041 100.0
14 & under 41,956 39,971 38,701 19.8
15 to 24 24,610 24,417 24,509 12.6
25 to 34 24,531 23,796 23,600 12.1
35 to 44 32,004 25,736 23,908 12.3
45 to 54 26,267 31,778 29,986 15.4
55 to 64 16,230 23,971 26,468 13.6
65 + 23,233 25,739 27,869 14.3
Median age 36.1 39.0 39.7





Population by sex:



Male 93,457 96,771 96,643 49.6
Female 95,374 98,637 98,398 50.4





Population by race:



White 164,390 165,630 164,545 84.4
Black/African American
20,135 22,470 22,655 11.6
American Indian 756 1,044 1,105 0.6
Asian 1,418 2,231 2,408 1.2
Native Hawaiian 87 95 108 0.1
Two or more 2,045 3,938 4,220 2.2





Hispanic/Latino (2) 14,990 22,546 24,015 12.3





Housing/Household Characteristics (1,6)
2000 2010 2013
Households 70,819 75,651 N.A.
Persons per household 2.59 2.52 N.A.





Housing Occupancy



All housing units 74,718 82,164 82,052
Occupied housing units 70,819 75,651 N.A.
Vacant housing units 3,899 6,513 N.A.





Housing Tenure



Occupied housing units 70,819 75,651 N.A.
Owner-occupied housing units 50,004 52,852 N.A.
Renter-occupied housing units 20,815 22,799 N.A.


Labor Force
Labor Market (3)
Labor Force Employment Unemployed % Unemployed
2003 99,381 92,409 6,972 7.0
2004 99,273 93,286 5,987 6.0
2005 99,006 93,074 5,932 6.0
2006
 99,983 94,354  5,629  5.6
2007  100,534 94,769  5,765 5.7
2008
 99,832  94,108  5,724  5.7
2009
99,979 89,567 10,412  10.4
2010
98,803 88,832 9,971 10.1
2011 97,471 88,608 8,863  9.1
2012 98,156 89,828 8,328  8.5
2013
97,826 89,433 8,393  8.6





Payroll Employment by Industry (4)
2000 2010 2013 % dist. (13)
Total 79,075 71,081 72,412 100.0





Goods Producing 27,695 19,096 21,021 29.0
Natural resource & mining 423 330 287 0.4
Construction 3,559 2,139 2,120 2.9
Manufacturing 23,714 16,626 18,614 25.7





Service providing 51,380 51,985 51,391 71.0
Trade, transportation & utilities 14,238 13,549 13,412 18.5
   Wholesale trade 2,950 2,980 2,908 4.0
   Retail trade 9,452 8,418 8,394 11.6
   Transp., warehousing
   & utilities
1,836 2,151 2,110 2.9
Information 785 444 386 0.5
Financial activities 2,370 2,765 2,635 3.6
   Finance & insurance 1,671 2,253 2,099 2.9
   Real estate, rental &
   leasing
699 512 536 0.7
Professional & business services 6,856 6,026 6,049 8.4
   Professional &
   technical services
2,010 1,632 1,553 2.1
   Management of
   companies
236 207 408 0.6
   Administrative &
   waste services
4,609 4,187 4,088 5.6
Educational & health services 9,246 11,174 11,019 15.2
   Educational services 285 456 407 0.6
   Health care & social
   assistance
8,961 10,718 10,613 14.7
Leisure & hospitality 5,959 6,511 7,123 9.8
   Arts, entertainment &
   recreation
1,098 1,101 1,194 1.6
   Accommodation &
   food services
4,860 5,410 5,929 8.2
Other services, excluding public 2,573 2,110 1,917 2.6
Government 9,349 9,400 8,849 12.2





Employment by Occupation (5)
2009-2013 % dist.

Employed population 16 years and over 89,785 100.0

Management occupations 8,097 9.0

Business & financial operations occupations 3,892 4.3

Computer & mathematical occupations 1,847 2.1

Architecture & engineering occupations 1,851 2.1

Life, physical & social science occupations 646 0.7

Community & social services occupations 1,175 1.3

Legal occupations 457 0.5

Education, training & library occupations 5,239 5.8

Arts, design, entertainment, sports, & media occ. 1,241 1.4

Healthcare Practitioner & technical occupations 4,801 5.3

Healthcare support occupations 2,366 2.6

Protective service occupations 1,892 2.1

Food preparation & serving related occupations 4,843 5.4

Building & grounds cleaning & maintenance occ. 2,975 3.3

Personal care & service occupations 2,648 2.9

Sales & related occupations 8,422 9.4

Office & administrative support occupations 12,940 14.4

Farming, fishing & forestry occupations 464 0.5

Construction & extractive occupations 4,716 5.3

Installation, maintenance & repair occupations 3,346 3.7

Production occupations 10,015 11.2

Transportation & material moving occupations 5,912 6.6






Worker Earnings by Industry - 2013 (4)
Employment Wages
(000)
Annual
average
earnings
Average
weekly
earnings
Total 72,412 $3,199,076 $44,179 $850





Goods Producing 21,021 1,380,339 65,665 1,263
Natural resource & mining 287 10,102 35,200 677
Construction 2,120 109,585 51,697 994
Manufacturing 18,614 1,260,652 67,725 1,302





Service providing 51,391 1,818,737 35,390 681
Trade, transportation & utilities 13,412 417,558 31,133 599
   Wholesale trade 2,908 144,297 49,625 954
   Retail trade 8,394 184,459 21,976 423
   Transp., warehousing
   & utilities
2,110 88,802 42,086 809
Information 386 17,372 44,956 865
Financial activities 2,635 148,054 56,188 1,081
   Finance & insurance 2,099 132,711 63,236 1,216
   Real estate, rental &
   leasing
536 15,344 28,608 550
Professional & business services 6,049 242,836 40,144 772
   Professional &
   technical services
1,553 87,878 56,570 1,088
   Management of
   companies
408 52,742 129,269 2,486
   Administrative &
   waste services
4,088 102,217 25,006 481
Educational & health services 11,019 437,345 39,689 763
   Educational services 407 13,350 32,827 631
   Health care & social
   assistance
10,613 423,996 39,952 768
Leisure & hospitality 7,123 91,770 12,884 248
   Arts, entertainment &
   recreation
1,194 16,436 13,764 265
   Accommodation &
   food services
5,929 75,334 12,707 244
Other services, excluding public 1,917 44,538 23,234 447
Government 8,849 419,249 47,378 911


Education
Educational Attainment (6)
2009-2013 % dist.



Population 25 years & over 131,139 100.0


Less than 9th grade 4,968 3.8


9th to 12th grade, no diploma 11,092 8.5


High school graduate (incl. equivalency) 42,892 32.7


Some college, no degree 30,590 23.3


Associates degree 11,387 8.7


Bachelor’s degree 19,987 15.2


Graduate or professional degree 10,223 7.8








% high school graduate or higher 87.8



% bachelor’s degree or higher 23.0









Primary & Secondary Education (7)
Private Public Total

Enrollment (13-14) 5,241 29,769 35,010

High School Graduates (12-13) 219 1,875 2,094







Public School Districts with High Schools (8)





District (grade span) Enrollment
13/14
Student teacher ratio 13/14 Current expenditure per student 12/13 Graduates 12/13 ACT composite score 13/14
Burlington Area (PK-12) 3,163 13.1 $10,339 265 22.3
Racine (PK-12) 20,301 12.0 10,383 1,137 20.2
Union Grove UHS (9-12) 1,018 16.5 11,264 216 21.8
Waterford UHS (9-12) 1,035 14.3 10,285 257 22.9


Economy/Income
Personal Income (9)
Total (000) Per Capita
2003 6,233,591 32,663
2004 6,556,709 34,184
2005
6,625,451 34,284
2006 7,016,683 36,184
2007
7,286,683 37,484
2008
7,662,182 39,348  
2009
7,367,713 37,758  
2010
7,350,960
37,619
 
2011
7,648,958
39,239
 
2012
8,002,386
41,098  
2013  8,086,050  41,458  




Private Nonfarm Establishments (10)
2000 2010 2012
Total 4,148 4,049 4,027




Goods Producing 862 780 746
Natural resource & mining 8 7 7
Construction 487 433 415
Manufacturing 367 340 324




Service providing 3,286 3,269 3,281
Trade, transportation & utilities 1,007 944 954
   Wholesale trade 230 206 197
   Retail trade 636 592 594
   Transp., warehousing & utilities 141 146 163
Information 41 46 45
Financial activities 361 363 336
   Finance & insurance 235 248 238
   Real estate, rental & leasing 126 115 98
Professional & business services 557 532 529
   Professional & technical services 328 321 312
   Management of companies 21 19 21
   Administrative & waste services 208 192 196
Educational & health services 395 472 503
   Educational services 33 39 42
   Health care & social assistance 362 433 461
Leisure & hospitality 398 463 460
   Arts, entertainment & recreation 65 74 79
   Accommodation & food services 333 389 381
Other services, excluding public 479 448 453
Unclassified & auxiliary 48 1 1




Private establishments 1,000+ employees 4 4 5




Selected Economic Statistics



Median household income (2013) ($) (11)
54,209

% of population in poverty (2013) (11)
12.8





Manufacturing shipments (2007) ($000) (12)
7,863,331

Wholesalers, merchant, sales (2007) ($000) (12)
N.A.

Retail sales (2007) ($000) (12)
2,230,013

Retail sales per capita (2007) ($) (12)
11,172



Major Private Sector Employers (13)
Company Product or service Employment range
Wheaton Franciscan Healthcare Health care services 1000+
S.C. Johnson & Son Inc. Household products 1000+
CNH America Farm machinery 1000+
Emerson Electric Co. Household appliances 500-999
Rudd Lighting Inc.
Lighting fixtures
 500-999
Aurora Health Care
Health care services
 500-999
Diversey Inc./Sealed Air
Commercial cleaning & polymer resin prod.
500-999
Echo Lake Foods Inc.
Processed egg products
 250-499
BRP US Inc.
Marine engines
 250-499
Nestle USA Inc. Chocolate 250-499
Notes & Sources
(1) U.S. Census Bureau, Population Estimates, www.census.gov/popest/estimates.php
(2) Persons of Hispanic/Latino origin may be of any race
(3) U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, Local Area Unemployment Statistics (LAUS), www.bls.gov/lau/home.htm
(4) U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, Quarterly Census of Employment & Wages (QCEW), www.bls.gov/cew/home.htm
(5) U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, Occupational Employment Statistics (OES), www.bls.gov/oes/home.htm
(6) U.S. Census Bureau, 1990 & 2000 Decennial Census, factfinder.census.gov
(7) Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction, dpi.wi.gov/sig/dm-demographics.html
(8) Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction, data.dpi.state.wi.us/data/selschool.asp
(9) U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis, Regional Economic Accounts, www.bea.gov/bea/regional/reis
(10) U.S. Census Bureau, County Business Patterns, www.census.gov/epcd/cbp/view/cbpview.html
(11) U.S. Census Bureau, American Community Survey, www.census.gov/acs/www/
(12) U.S. Census Bureau, 2007 Economic Census, www.census.gov/econ/census07
(13) Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development, dwd.wisconsin.gov/oea/largest_employers