Glendale, Colorado is a small town with slightly more than 5,000 residents. Young adults aged 15-24 will feel welcome, as they account for an above-average percentage of the population, though young professionals are well-represented as well. Overall, the town's population, with an average age of just under 34, is decidedly younger than most cities in Colorado. Only 10% of residents own their homes in Glendale, as the majority rent. The average rent of $1,153 per month is roughly equal to the state average.
Glendale has an average commute time of about 29 minutes. Driving is the most common way to get to work, opted for by 60% of residents, while public transit is used by just 6% of the population. Walking (3%) isn't a common way to get to work, though the number surpasses the national average.
Many Glendale residents work in one of three industries: entertainment, retail, and support. Combined, these industries make up 36% of the town's labor force. Meanwhile, looking at job function, many of the town's residents work in sales, which ranks as the top career path in the town. With an average annual income of around $54,000, Glendale workers bring in around $26,000 less than the average Colorado resident. Glendale's average income also trails the national average ($73,345). Glendale has a relatively large concentration of residents over the age of 25 with advanced degrees compared to the national average (7%), as 8% possess a Master's or a Doctoral degree. Furthermore, 26% have a Bachelor's degree, which also outpaces the national average.