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Stories and fact sheets about Hamilton County, Indiana.

Hamilton County, Indiana is located on the North side of the Indianapolis region. It is home to some of Indy's fastest growing communities, including Fishers, Westfield, and Noblesville. According to VisitHamiltonCounty.com, it is "regularly recognized as a 'Best Place' to live, work and play, the cities of Hamilton County routinely score high marks in quality of life ratings. And though it’s one of the nation's fastest-growing areas, Hamilton County, Indiana’s towns never forget the history and heritage that makes them unique."

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Demographics
Population
316,095
Median Age
36.9
Annual Population Growth
2.3%
Population
(30 min. from county seat)
996,966
Population with Associate’s Degree or Higher
68.2%
Foreign Born Population
7.8%
Location
County Seat
Noblesville
Land Area
Square Miles
394.3
Median Home Value
$249,400
Jobs
Labor Force
173,825
Unemployment Rate
(December 2019)
2.4%
Annual Employment Growth
2.5%
Labor Force
(30 min. from county seat)
529,660
Economy
Average Annual Wage
(Q3 2019)
$54,000
Average Annual Wage Increase
2.5%
Median Household Income
$94,644
Per Capita Income
$46,597
Average Commute Time in Minutes
25.4
Targeted Industries
Knowledge & Information Technology
Business, Legal & Financial Services
Life Sciences
Innovation-Based Manufacturing
Largest Employers

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