|Male Share of the Population||49.7%|
|Female Share of the Population||50.3%|
|Employed Population 16+||70|
|Age of the Population||42|
|% of people married||66.7%|
|Average household size||3|
|Population % with Bachelor Degree or Higher||10.8%|
|Median Earnings Without High School Qualification||$0|
|Median Earnings With High School Degree||$0|
|Median Family Income||$72,813|
|% Above Poverty Level||93.7%|
|% Below Poverty Level||6.3%|
|Average Commute Time||19 minutes|
|% Working from Home||4.3%|
|% Walking and Biking to Work||0%|
|% Using Public Transportation||%|
|People Living Alone||19.3%|
|Median Gross Rent||$775|
|Median House Value||$75,000|
|Other(often includes Hispanic and African American)||8.4%|
Source: American Community Survey, U.S. Census Bureau, 2015, www.census.gov/programs-surveys/acs/.
|Nearest Medium City||43 miles N of Waterloo, Iowa (center to center)|
|Nearest Large City||131 miles S of St. Paul, Minnesota|
|P.O. Box Zip Codes||50661|
|Phone Area Codes||641|
|Time Zone||Central (-6 hours from GMT)|
|Daylight Savings||The city observes Daylight Saving Time.|
Nearest Weather Stations
|Jan Temp||7 to 24 F|
|Apr Temp||37 to 58 F|
|Jul Temp||62 to 83 F|
|Oct Temp||40 to 61 F|
|Annual Precip||36.5 inches|
|Jan Temp||3 to 21 F|
|Apr Temp||35 to 56 F|
|Jul Temp||61 to 82 F|
|Oct Temp||37 to 60 F|
|Annual Precip||34.4 inches|
|Station||CRESCO 1 NE|
|Jan Temp||3 to 22 F|
|Apr Temp||34 to 56 F|
|Jul Temp||60 to 82 F|
|Oct Temp||36 to 59 F|
|Annual Precip||35.6 inches|
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