Greenville, a small city in North Carolina, has a population of approximately 91,000. Young adults aged 15-24 should feel welcome, as they account for an above-average percentage of the population, while middle-aged professionals are less well-represented. Overall, the city's population, at an average age of just over 33, is decidedly younger than most cities in North Carolina. Most residents rent in Greenville, and 37% of residents own their homes. The average rent of $869/month is just below the state average.
Twelve percent of Greenville residents older than 25 possess a Bachelor's degree, while 6% have earned a Master's or Doctoral degree. There are four primary industries in Greenville: healthcare, education, entertainment, and retail. Combined, these industries account for 28% of the labor force in the city. Meanwhile, in terms of job function, 6% of residents work in sales, making it the top field in the city. Greenville workers take home an average annual income of just over $53K, about $14,000 less than the average North Carolina resident. The city's average income also falls below the national average ($73,345).
Greenville has an average commute time of about 21 minutes, quicker than the North Carolina average of about 25 minutes. Driving is the most common way to get to work, chosen by 43% of commuters, while public transit isn't used much. Few commuters walk to work.