Cedar Park is a town in Texas with just over 68,000 residents. It's a great place to raise a family, as children aged 5-14 make up a larger portion of the population here (25%) than nationally (19%), while retirees are less well-represented. Overall, the city's population, at an average age of just under 34, skews younger than most cities in Texas. Most residents own their homes in Cedar Park, and 31% of residents rent. Relatively high rent costs could be a contributing factor, as the average rent of $1,370/month is substantially higher than the state average of $1,029.
Cedar Park residents have an average commute of about 30 minutes. Many residents (44%) drive themselves to work, while public transportation isn't used widely. A small percentage of workers commute on foot.
Compared to the national average (7%), Cedar Park has a relatively high number of residents older than 25 with advanced degrees, as 8% have earned a Master's degree or a Doctorate. Additionally, 20% have earned a Bachelor's degree, which also outpaces the national average. There are plenty of industries from which to choose in Cedar Park. The five most common are retail, scientific, healthcare, education, and manufacturing. Combined, these industries account for 31% of the workforce in the city. Meanwhile, looking at job function, 10% of residents work in management, making it the top career path in the city. Cedar Park workers earn an average annual income of about $105K, about $33,000 more than the average Texas resident. The city's average income also compares favorably to the national average of $73,345.