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Stories and fact sheets about Madison County, IN. 

Named for the fourth president of the United States, Madison County is home of Anderson, Pendleton, and more. 

Overview Fact Sheet

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Demographics
Population
129,505
Median Age
40.3
Annual Population Growth
-0.1%
Population
(30 min. from county seat)
564,572
Population with Associate’s Degree or Higher
28.6%
Foreign Born Population
1.9%
Location
County Seat
Anderson
Land Area
Square Miles
451.9
Median Home Value
$93,700
Jobs
Labor Force
60,053
Unemployment Rate
(December 2019)
3.8%
Annual Employment Growth
0.4%
Labor Force
(30 min. from county seat)
287,584
Economy
Average Annual Wage
(Q3 2019)
$39,131
Average Annual Wage Increase
3.8%
Median Household Income
$47,436
Per Capita Income
$24,625
Average Commute Time in Minutes
26.1
Targeted Industries
Corporate Headquarters
Research & Development
Food Processing
Advanced Manufacturing
Largest Employers
Contact Madison County
Rob Sparks
Executive Director, Corporation for Economic Development Madison County Indiana
robsparks@cedanderson.com
765.642.1860

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