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Stories and fact sheets about Morgan County, Indiana.

Morgan County, Indiana is located on the Southwest part of the Indianapolis region. When you get to Morgan County, you will find a a place where a laid-back lifestyle, small town feel, and beautiful outdoor scenic vistas come together. It is perfect for anyone who wants to be close enough to the energy of downtown city life, but wants to come home to something calmer! As a result of the natural resources in Morgan county, there are many outdoor and recreational experiences available. This area possesses beautiful, lush rolling hills, majestic woodlands, and a lot of water features from various rivers and streams. 

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Demographics
Population
69,713
Median Age
41.2
Annual Population Growth
0.2%
Population
(30 min. from county seat)
602,602
Population with Associate’s Degree or Higher
27.8%
Foreign Born Population
1.2%
Location
County Seat
martinsville
Land Area
Square Miles
404
Median Home Value
$144,400
Jobs
Labor Force
35,493
Unemployment Rate
July 2018
3.5%
Annual Employment Growth
-3.0%
Labor Force
(30 min. from county seat)
309,846
Economy
Average Annual Wage
(Q2 2018)
$37,906
Average Annual Wage Increase
-0.8%
Median Household Income
$57,521
Per Capita Income
$26,556
Average Commute Time in Minutes
28.9
Targeted Industries
Manufacturing
Health/Life Sciences
Construction
Largest Employers
Contact Morgan County
Mike Dellinger
Executive Director, Morgan County Economic Development Corporation
mdellinger@morgancoed.com
317.831.9544

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