Marion County

Marion County, Kansas is ideally situated in the middle of the United States. Situated at the vicinity of major trucking highways and rail lines, within a short drive of Wichita, Emporia, Topeka, Kansas City and Oklahoma City markets. Marion County is known for its active, outdoor lifestyle, four lovely seasons, and a relaxed pace embracing family and community. It's a county poised for growth, with a workforce ready to perform, modern infrastructure, and plans focused on technology, recreation, natural resources, and community development.

Marion County Data

 

Land Area (square miles) -- 2010

944

Total Population -- 201711,986
Average Population Density (per sq. mile) -- 201712.70
Median Age - 201745
Educational Attainment (Population Age 25+) - 2016

    High School Graduate or Higher

90

    Some College -- No Degree

24.7%

    Associate Degree

7%

    Bachelor Degree or Higher

22.7%
Average 1-Way Commute to Work (minutes) - 201619.3
Civilian Labor Force -- 20176,267

    Unemployed

227

    Unemployment Rate

3.6%

Business Establishments -- 2017

326

    Employees

3,801

    Average Annual Pay

$36,362

Median Household Income - 2016

$47,926

Source: Land Area -- 2010 Census; Population Density -- Based on 2010 Land Area and 2017 American Community Survey 1-Year Estimates; Median Age, Educational Attainment, Average Commute Time and Median Household Income -- 2012-2016 American Community Survey 5-Year Estimates; Business Establishments, Employees, Average Annual Pay -- Bureau of Labor Statistics, Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages; Labor Force Data -- Local Area Unemployment Statistics
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