Wood Village, a small town in Oregon, has a population of slightly less than 4,000. Families with young children should feel right at home, as kids under 5 make up an above-average percentage of the community, though young professionals are well-represented as well. Overall, the town's residents, at an average age of just under 32, skew decidedly younger than most cities in Oregon, ranking as the sixth-youngest municipality in the state. Residents are fairly evenly split between owning (52%) and renting (48%) their home. The average rent of $1,016 per month is just below the state average.
There are three primary industries in Wood Village: entertainment, retail, and healthcare. Together, these industries make up 21% of the town's workforce. Meanwhile, looking at job function, 6% of residents work in management, which ranks as the top profession in the town. Wood Village workers take home an average annual income of just over $59,000, less than the state average. The town's average income also falls below the national average ($73,345). Among Wood Village residents older than 25, 6% have a Bachelor's degree and 3% possess a Master's degree or Doctorate.
With an average commute time of about 29 minutes, longer than most cities in the state, Wood Village residents are well aware that getting to work takes some patience. Many residents (39%) commute to work by car, while public transit is not used extensively. Walking isn't a common method of commuting to work.