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Stories and fact sheets about Hendricks County, Indiana.

Hendricks County, Indiana is located on the west side of the Indianapolis region. Parts of the county are only a 10-minute drive to downtown Indy, and it provides a variety of lifestyle opportunities, from rural areas to vibrant main streets, and so much more. If you or your client has employees who dream of wide open spaces just minutes from the urban core, Hendricks County might be the perfect location. 

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Demographics
Population
160,940
Median Age
37.7
Annual Population Growth
1.7%
Population
(30 min. from county seat)
594,505
Population with Associate’s Degree or Higher
49.4%
Foreign Born Population
4.9%
Location
County Seat
Danville
Land Area
Square Miles
406.9
Median Home Value
$179,600
Jobs
Labor Force
87,543
Unemployment Rate
(December 2019)
2.6%
Annual Employment Growth
1.9%
Labor Force
(30 min. from county seat)
306,673
Economy
Average Annual Wage
(Q3 2019)
$39,496
Average Annual Wage Increase
4.0%
Median Household Income
$78,355
Per Capita Income
$34,689
Average Commute Time in Minutes
27.3
Targeted Industries
Logistics
Motorsports
Biomedical
Manufacturing
Food & Beverage
Largest Employers
Contact Hendricks County
Lora Steele
Interim Contact, Hendricks County Economic Development Partnership
lora@hcedp.org
317.745.2400

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