The small city of Palm Harbor, Florida is home to just under 62,000 residents. Retirees account for a greater percentage of the population (27%) here than nationally (14%), while young adults are less well-represented. At an average age of just over 47, the city's population skews older than most cities in Florida. Only 29% of residents rent in Palm Harbor, as most own their homes. With an average rent of $1,259 a month, exceeding the state average by $105/month, relatively high rent costs could be playing a role in the higher levels of ownership.
Palm Harbor has an average commute time of about 29 minutes. Driving a car or truck is the most common way to get to work, chosen by 41% of commuters, while public transit is not extensively used. Walking isn't a common means of commuting to work.
Palm Harbor has a relatively high number of residents over the age of 25 who have earned a Bachelor's, Master's, Professional, or Doctoral degree (26%) compared to the national average (21%). There are two primary industries in Palm Harbor: retail and healthcare. Together, these industries make up 15% of the workforce in the city. Meanwhile, in terms of job function, many residents work in sales, making it the top profession in the city. With an average annual income of around $71K, Palm Harbor workers take home around $5,000 more than the average Florida resident. However, the city's average income is roughly on par with the national average ($73,345).