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2011 Pinpoint Demographics-Individual Zip Code 01603 for Worcester, MA report-PDF format

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2011 Pinpoint Demographics-Individual Zip Code 01603 for Worcester, MA report-PDF format

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									U.S. Individual Zip Code Report
2011 edition




   U.S. Population Demographics




   U.S. Consumer Spending




   U.S. Retail Businesses




   U.S. Services Businesses
                                                   METHODOLOGY

Pinpoint Demographics uses regression analysis to estimate the most accurate and timely current year population
demographics and consumer spending.

The following steps were used in calculating the estimates in the Population Demographics database:
1) 1990 and 2009 zip codes data from the U.S. Census were matched. Where zip codes were not able to be
matched, data from neighboring zip codes were considered in adjusting data.
2) Regression analysis was used on 1990 and 2000 data to calculate the estimates for the current year.

3) The most recent U.S. Census 3-year county growth rates are applied to each zip code population demographic.
4) Where the percent change of data from 2000 to current year were too low or too high from an acceptable
range, data from neighboring zip codes were considered in adjusting data.
5) Population Density catgories and Population Segments categories were added according to the definitions in
the U.S. Population Demographics database.

The following steps were used in calculating the estimates in the Consumer Spending database:
1) The Consumer Spending database were calculated based on the U.S. Census' "Consumer Expenditure
Survey" and Pinpoint Demographics' U.S. Population Demographics database.
2) Consumer Spending categories are based on the family income categories, such as $25,000 to $49,999
income each year.

Consumer Spending Database Categories
The Consumer Spending Database has a hierarchy ranking of categories, include the Main category and
three sub-categories, notated 1), 2) and 3). The following example describes the hierarchy:
  Main Category: Food
    Sub-category 1): Food-at-home
      Sub-category 2): Cereals and bakery products
        Sub-category 3): Cereals and cereal products
        Sub-category 3): Bakery products

Sub-categories 3) will add up to sub-category 2). Sub-categories 2) will add up to sub-category 1), etc.

The following steps were used in calculating the estimates in the Retail & Services databases:
1) These databases are based on the most recent U.S. Census County Business Patterns establishment by zip
code.
2) Projections by establishments, industry sales and employment are based on the Barnes Reports databases by
industry.



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ZIP CODE                   01603                                          2011 POPULATION                               17,736
CITY                       Worcester                                      2000-2011 % change                                1.5%
COUNTY                     WORCESTER                                      Male                                             8,486
STATE                      MA                                             Female                                           9,250

  Total Population by         2011          2000 2011
                                            2000-2011                      Per Capita Income by                    2011                   2000 2011
                                                                                                                                          2000-2011
          Race              Population      % change                                Race                         Population               % change
White alone                       6,123           -50%                    White alone                               $23,800                     36%
Black/African-American            1,502            75%                    Black/African-American                    $39,543                    114%
American Indian                     194          128%                     American Indian                           $16,676                     13%
Asian alone                       3,520          145%                     Asian alone                               $18,276                     37%
Other Race                           68           -74%                    Other Race                                $17,436                     73%
Hispanic/Latino                   6,329          131%                     Hispanic/Latino                           $12,582                     27%


  Total Population by         2011          2000-2011                       Total Population by                 2011 Family               2000-2011
           Age              Population      % change                          Family Income                       Income                  % change
1 to 4 years                        907           -22%                    Less than $10;000                           1,707                    256%
5 to 9 years                      1,321            -3%                    $10;000 to $14;999                            432                    118%
10 to 14 years                    1,625            26%                    $15;000 to $19;999                            384                    121%
15 to 19 years                    1,375
                                  1 375            16%                    $520;000 to $524;999                          608                    115%
20 to 24 years                      950           -28%                    $525;000 to $529;999                          230                     26%
25 and 29 years                   1,133           -20%                    $30;000 to $34;999                            353                     60%
30 and 34 years                     978           -30%                    $35;000 to $39;999                            939                    192%
35 to 39 years                    1,233            -9%                    $40;000 to $44;999                            542                     94%
40 to 44 years                    2,400            71%                    $45;000 to $49;999                            535                    131%
45 to 49 years                    1,804            64%                    $50;000 to $59;999                          1,460                    166%
50 to 54 years
         y                        1,188
                                   ,               38%                    $60;000 to $74;999
                                                                          $ ;        $ ;                              2,419
                                                                                                                       ,                       346%
55 to 59 years                      768             9%                    $75;000 to $99;999                          2,005                    363%
60 to 64 years                      422           -28%                    $100;000 to $124;999                        2,212                   1480%
65 to 69 years                      363           -33%                    $125;000 to $149;999                        3,009                   2661%
70 to 74 years                      372           -36%                    Over $150;000                                 903                   1484%
75 to 79 years                      322           -32%
80 to 84 years                      341           -14%
85 over years                       234           -30%

  Pop. by Educational         2011          2000-2011                      Total Population by                     2011                   2000-2011
       Attainment           Population      % change                           Occupation                        Population               % change
Less than 9th grade               1,030            -1%                    Managerial                                   2,432                    21%
9th to 12th grade, no
diploma                            1,787               -1%                Sales occupations                                1,026               35%
High school graduate               5,448               33%                Administrative support                           1,373                9%

Some college, no degree            2,839               37%                Service                                          1,642               17%
                                                                          Farming, forestry, and
Associate degree                    894                38%                fishing                                             18               -4%
Bachelor's degree                   829               -10%                Production                                       2,865               24%
Graduate or professional
degree                             1,056               57%


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