Winter Park, a small city in Florida, has a population of just under 30,000. Retirees should fit right in, as they account for 20% of the population compared to 14% nationally. The majority of Winter Park residents own their homes, and 35% of residents rent. At $1,210/month, the average rent is roughly the same as the state average.
There are three primary industries in Winter Park: scientific, healthcare, and entertainment. Combined, these industries account for 19% of the labor force in the city. Meanwhile, looking at job function, many of the city's residents work in management, making it the top profession in the city. Winter Park workers earn an average annual income of just under $96K, more than their peers elsewhere in Florida. Winter Park's average income also compares favorably to the national average ($73,345). Winter Park has a high percentage of residents over the age of 25 with advanced degrees compared to the national average (7%), as 14% possess a Master's degree or a Doctoral degree. Additionally, 23% have a Bachelor's degree, which also outpaces the national average.
Winter Park residents have an average commute of about 26 minutes. Driving is the typical way to get to work, chosen by 38% of workers, while public transit is not extensively used. Not many residents walk to work.