Unionville, Ontario, Canada Demographics
This research breaks down the demographic profile of those living within the defined boundaries of Unionville, Ontario. Attempts at increasing those boundaries to include a 15-kilometer radius, did not provide any additional data, therefore, this research presents the demographic analysis of Unionville, proper, broken down by its population, income, education level, race, employment, and household.
To define the demographic boundary of Unionville, Ontario we first searched for its neighborhoods. We found that Unionville is one of the main population centers of Markham City. We found demographic data for both Unionville and Markham City but since Markham City ranges much further than the given of 15km radius, we presented Unionville’s demographic data.
DEMOGRAPHICS of UNIONVILLE, ONTARIO, CANADA
According to the 2016 census, the total population of Unionville-Markham, Ontario is 123,318 whereby 59,835 of the population is male while 63,485 of the population is female. The population distribution is: 21,570, which makes up 17.5% of the total population, are between zero and 14 years old; 84,865, which is 68.8% of the total population, are between 15 and 64 years old; 16,880, which is 13.7% of the total population, are between 65 and 85 years old; and 85 years and over make up 1.5% of the total population, and are 1,140 in number. The average age of the population is 39.5 years, while the male and female average age is 38.6 years and 40.4 years, respectively. 62,370 are married while 26,870 have never been married. Those who are separated, divorced and widowed are 1,520, 4,085, and 4,160, respectively. 75,130 are immigrants while 40,075 are economic immigrants.
15,410 people in Unionville have no certificate, diploma, or degree while 25,445 have only high school diploma. 60,350 people have Post secondary diploma or degree out of which 29,850 are male and 30,505, female. Of this same number, 28,030 have Bachelor's degree and 8,270 have Master's degree as well. The dominant fields for degrees are Business, management, and public administration with 15,945 people, Architecture and engineering with 8,205, and mathematics, computer and information sciences with 5,800 people. English is the dominant first official language spoken by 107,995 pupils, French has 765 while those who speak other languages are the second-dominant with 13,120 pupils.
In 2015, the median annual income was $28,375. The male income was slightly higher with $33,402 and the female income was at $25,029. 101,105 of the population work and are generating income. The income distribution by amount and gender is as follows: 20,535 earn under $10,000 per year, 17,800 people earn between $10,000 and $19,999, 10,610 with income between $20,000 and $29,999, 7,970 with income between $30,000 and $39,999, and 6,880 have income between $40,000 to $49,999. Over 21,000 earn between $50,000 and $99,999, while 6,710 earn between $100,000 and $149,999, and 3,735 earn $150,000 and over. The median income of households in 2015 was $90,141. 20,205 of the population falls in low income status with 12,905 of 18 to 64 years.
Persons of Chinese heritage are the most prominent race with 79,145 within the defined limits, South Asian are counted at 12,155, while Black, Filipino and Arab are counted as 2070, 1910 and 1450 respectively. 19,630 people are of European origins, 6,085 Aboriginal Canadians, 6,425, North American origins, 1,765 of French origins and German origins with 1,970. People with Caribbean origins are 2,495, 2,640 with African origins, and 1,070 with Latin, Central and South American origins.
Unionville's employment rate is 58.7% while the unemployment rate is at 6.9%. The total labor force is 63,755, with 59,375 employed and 4,380 not under formal employment. By Canada's National Occupational Classification (NOC), Business and Sales were the top occupations with over 13,000 people each and 8,670 in natural and applied sciences. 47,125 worked at a specific location, 5,555 have no fixed workplace address, 5,685 worked at home and 1,005 Worked outside Canada.
The household count is 38,555, out of which 22,760 are single detached houses. 5,110 are apartments in a building that have five or more stories, 10,685 are of the different detached dwelling such as semi-detached house, row house, and apartment or flat in a duplex.
122,660 of the entire population belong to a private household is, while the average household size of the family is 3.2. Homes with two and four children are the highest with 9,365 and 9,440 respectively. There are 36,110 families in private households with 12,875 of two-person families, 10,205 of three-person home, 10,430 of four persons families, and 2,595 of five or more. Out of 38,595 households, 33,915 are owned by the dwellers, while 4,680 are rented housing. 21,570 out of 38,595 households comprise four or more bedrooms while 10,390 homes comprise three bedrooms. 24,475 of the household expenditure is less than 30% of income on shelter costs while 13,995 spend more than 30% of the total income.