A small city in Florida, Naples has a population of just under 21,000. It's a nice place to settle down, as retirees make up a greater percentage of the population (49%) here than they do nationally (14%), while young adults account for a smaller percentage of the city. Overall, the city's population, at an average age of just over 58, skews decidedly older than most cities in Florida. Just 22% of residents rent in Naples, as most own their homes. The average rent for Naples is $238/month more than the state average.
Compared to the national average (7%), Naples has a large number of residents older than 25 with advanced degrees, as 15% possess a Master's or a Doctorate. Furthermore, 27% have a Bachelor's degree, which also outpaces the national average. Retail is the most common industry in Naples, accounting for 6% of the population. Meanwhile, looking at job function, many residents work in sales, which ranks as the top field in the city. Naples workers take home an average annual income of around $112K, more than their peers elsewhere in the state. Naples's average income also compares favorably to the national average ($73,345).
With an average commute time of about 21 minutes, quicker than most cities in the state, Naples residents have found that getting to work isn't overly time-consuming. Driving is the typical way to get to work, opted for by 26% of residents, while public transit isn't used widely. Walking isn't a common means of commuting to work.