Latimer County, OK

People

The total population of Latimer County is 10,229. The median age is 40.44

10,229

Total Population

Gender Distribution
Male

50.87%

Male

Female

49.13%

Female

Age Distribution

20192018201720162015

Median Age

40

Educational Attainment

30% of the population in Latimer County have an Associate's degree or higher. 86.69% have a high school degree or higher.

< Grade 9
< Grade 9

3.93%

Grade 9-12
Grade 9-12

9.38%

High School
High School

35.93%

Some College
Some College

20.76%

Assoc Degree
Assoc Degree

13.2%

Bach Degree
Bach Degree

10.62%

Grad Degree
Grad Degree

6.18%

2

in the community

17

within 50 miles

Colleges

offer Associate's Degree or Certificate

2

in the community

12

within 50 miles

Universities

offer Bachelor's Degree or Higher

Labor Force

Latimer County has a labor force of 3,983 people, with an unemployment rate of 6.1%.

3,983

Labor Force

6.1%

Unemployment Rate

0.2%

Unemployment Rate Change (1 year)

Where are the top jobs by occupation?

Office and Administrative support

Office and Administrative support

14.55%

550

Education, Training/Library

Education, Training/Library

10%

378

Executive, Managers, and Administrators

Executive, Managers, and Administrators

9.81%

371

Sales

Sales

8.97%

339

Construction and Extraction

Construction and Extraction

6.93%

262

Total Employees

3,780

20152016201720182019

The work distribution of total employees in Latimer County is:

34%

Blue Collar

65%

White Collar


Total Establishments

352

Community Skyline

Income and Spending

Households in Latimer County earn a median yearly income of 43,589. 27.5% of the households earn more than the national average each year. Household expenditures average 50,289 per year. The majority of earnings get spent on Shelter, Transportation, Food and Beverages, Health Care, and Utilities.

$43,589

Median Household Income

0

%

more than the county

18

%

less than the state

32

%

less than the nation

Income Distribution

How do people spend most of their money?

PER HOUSEHOLD

Shelter

Shelter

$10,642

Transportation

Transportation

$9,107

Food and Beverages

Food and Beverages

$7,480

Health Care

Health Care

$4,425

Utilities

Utilities

$3,912

Piggy Bank

$50,289

Median Household Expenditure

Housing

There are 186% more households who own their homes than there are renters.

Owners vs. Renters

HouseApartment Building

Transportation

Residents spend an average of 24 minutes commuting to work. Latimer County is served by 24 airports within 50 miles. Rail can be accessed within the community. Interstates can be accessed 27 miles away.

24min

Commute Travel Time

2 + 24(+50 miles)

Airports in Community

27miles

Distance to Interstate

Freight Rail

In Community

Taxes

Top State Corporate Income Tax

6%

Top State Corporate Capital Gains Tax

6%

Top State Personal Income Tax

5.25%

Top State Personal Capital Gains Tax

5.3%

State Sales Tax

4.5%