2009 Proj Educational Attainment -Associate Degree, Pop 25+ 960
2009 Proj Educational Attainment - Bachelor`s Degree, Pop 25+ 1,121
2009 Proj Educational Attainment -Grad/Professional Degree, Pop 25+ 736
2009 Proj Education Attainment -At Least High School Graduate Pop 25 10,330 72.0%
2009 Proj Education Attainment -At Least Bachelor`s Degree Pop 25+ 1,857 12.9%
Quick Facts Demographics (Within 50 mile radius):
Population (2010) 1.37 million
Median Age (20010) 36.8
Employment Age 16-65 (2010) 948,994
Average Wages (2009)$434.42/week manufacturing – $543.00/week all sectors
Educational Attainment (2010) 39.3 percent hold college degree
Warren County is part of the largest state-maintained highway system in the nation
as well as more than 76 public, 225 private and four international airports that
companies relocating to Warren County will have access to.
By rail, by road, by sea or sky, Warren County’s central location on the eastern
seaboard and its excellent transportation infrastructure make it an optimal point
for access to markets and customers, keeping freight and delivery costs low. With
its access to the second-largest state highway system in America, four major airports
and two seaports, Warren County can become your global access point for your businesses
Warren County reflects the state average of doing business, with the 6th lowest cost
of doing business in the United States.
Warren County’s proximity to many major markets and global connectivity makes it ideal for industry and distribution launch of goods, services and products.