The total population of the City of Siren is 775. The median age is 48.87
The majority of the population in Siren has a high school degree, and 24.7% have a college degree.
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Siren has a labor force of 352 people.
Where are the top jobs by occupation?
Office and Administrative support
Executive, Managers, and Administrators
Food Preparation, Serving
The work distribution of total employees in Siren is:
Siren has a total of 154 businesses. In 2016, the leading industries in Siren were Retail, Education, Accommodation and Food Services, and Manufacturing.
What are the top industries by jobs?
Accommodation and Food Services
How many employees do businesses in Siren have?
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Households in Siren earn a median yearly income of 31,874. 23.34% of the households earn more than the national average each year. Household expenditures average 38,329 per year. The majority of earnings get spent on Shelter, Transportation, Food and Beverages, Health Care, and Utilities.
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There are 112% more households who own their homes than there are renters.
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Residents spend an average of 21 minutes commuting to work. Siren is served by 12 airports within 50 miles. Rail can be accessed within 22 miles. Interstates can be accessed 27 miles away.
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