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Aug 15 2011
Getting the Skinny on the 99615 PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 15 August 2011

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            More than 60 percent are married, more than half make $50,000 or more, and nearly 20 percent are college graduates.

            Sound like anyone you know? Well, you probably do know them as that is a number-crunched look at the population base of the 99615 zip code.

            The ZIPskinny website pulls info from the U.S. Census database and plugs it into graphs and charts about schools, jobs, income and social indicators.

While the site should not be taken as the final authority on Kodiak data, it does provide a quick glance at some interesting statistics.

For instance, 86 percent of Kodiak residents 25 or older are high school graduates and six percent hold graduate or higher level degrees.

Twenty-five percent of those 15 or older have never been married, while 10 percent were divorced at the time the data was collected.

Kodiak's high transiency rate is evident by the fact that only 37 percent of residents had lived in the same home five years or longer.

            You've likely heard that men in Alaska far outnumber women. Not so in Kodiak where the population is split almost equally between men and women, with the median age for both sexes just about 32-years-old.

            Since the U.S. Census site hasn't posted detailed figures from the 2010 census, some of the information posted by ZIPskinny may be dated even though it is the most current available.

 
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