Ponte Vedra, Florida

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Ponte Vedra has a small-town ambiance and urban sophistication. It is known for its luxurious resorts and one the nation’s largest golf championships, The Players Championship. All of this, combined with its ideal beachfront location, makes Ponte Vedra a very popular destination to live and do business. In fact, it was chosen as Money Magazine’s “Best Place to Live in Florida.”

 

Ponte Vedra, Florida– Demographics

Population in July 2007:  37,784
Males: 18,195 (48.2%)
Females:  19,589 (51.8%)

Median resident age:  41.8 years
Florida median age: 38.7 years

Dec. 2009 cost of living index in Ponte Vedra: 98.0 (U.S. average is 100)
Land area: 33.8 square miles

Zip Code:  32081

Estimated median household income in 2008: $98,059 (it was $73,262 in 2000)
Ponte Vedra: $98,059
Florida:  $47,778

Mean prices in 2008
All housing units: $737,904
Detached houses:  $786,522
Townhouses or other attached units: $243,561
2-unit structures:  $135,565
3-to-4-unit structures:  $300,406
5-or-more-unit structures:  $509,711
Mobile homes:  $85,825

Races in Ponte Vedra
White Non-Hispanic (96.3%)
Hispanic (2.5%)
Black  (1.1%)
Two or more races (0.8%)
Other race (0.5%)

For population 25 years and over
High school or higher: (96.7%)
Bachelor's degree or higher: (56.3%)
Graduate or professional degree: (18.7%)
Unemployed: (1.9%)
Mean travel time to work:  25.6 minutes

Most common industries for males
Finance and insurance (11%)
Professional, scientific, and technical services  (11%)
Construction (8%)
Healthcare  (7%)
Arts, entertainment, and recreation (6%)
Accommodation and food services (6%)
Public administration  (4%)

Most common industries for females
Healthcare (13%)
Finance and insurance (12%)
Educational services (12%)
Professional, scientific, and technical services (8%)
Arts, entertainment, and recreation (7%)
Accommodation and food services (6%)
Real estate and rental and leasing (4%)

Most common occupations for males
Top executives (8%)
Other sales and related workers including supervisors (8%)
Other management occupations except farmers and farm managers (8%)
Sales representatives, services, wholesale and manufacturing (7%)
Physicians and surgeons (4%)
Business operations specialists (4%)
Other financial specialists (3%)

Most common occupations for females
Secretaries and administrative assistants (7%)
Preschool, kindergarten, elementary and middle school teachers (6%)
Other management occupations except farmers and farm managers (6%)
Other sales and related workers including supervisors (6%)
Sales representatives, services, wholesale and manufacturing (5%)
Other office and administrative support workers including supervisors (5%)
Registered nurses (5%)

(Source: city-data.com)