Population in 2013: 31,494 (98% urban, 2% rural)
Population change since 2000: -4.3%
Income, Earnings & Wages Data
Estimated median household income in 2013: $35,070 (it was $33,732 in 2000)
Estimated per capita income in 2013: $19,151 (it was $16,995 in 2000)
Estimated median house or condo value in 2013: $92,645 (it was $75,600 in 2000)
Mean prices in 2013: All housing units: $112,387; Detached houses: $115,936;
Townhouses or other attached units: $133,082; In 2-unit structures: $68,233;
In 3-4 unit structrues: $88,190; In 5 or more unit structures: 121,063; Mobile homes: $48,341
Median gross rent in 2013: $694.
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Michigan City, IN residents, houses, and apartment details
Michigan City Occupational Data
- Production occupations (17%)
- Management occupations (12%)
- Sales and related occupations (9%)
- Material moving occupations (9%)
- Installation, maintenance, and repair occupations (7%)
- Food preparation and serving related occupations (7%)
- Building and grounds cleaning and maintenance occupations (6%)
The Center of Workforce Innovations (CWI)
The Center of Workforce Innovations is a not-for-profit organization that serves as the Operator for the Northwest Indiana Workforce Board.
The NWIWB is a board of business, education, labor, community, faith-based and economic development leaders responsible for the strategic vision of workforce development and governance of WorkOne offices in Northwest Indiana. They are also responsible for managing connections to key resources in the workforce and education arena, as well as supporting efforts on programming that plant and nurture the seed of entrepreneurship. The board works to determine current and future skill needs together with economic developers, employers, and economists.
Indiana Business Research Center
Established in 1925, the Indiana Business Research Center is an integral unit in the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University. The IBRC provides and interprets the economic information needed by the state’s business, government and nonprofit organizations, as well as users of such information throughout the nation.
The IBRC maintains databases on numerous topics such as income, employment, taxes, sectors of the economy, education, demographics and a host of other economic indicators for the nation, the state and local areas. In addition, the Center conducts original research to generate needed information when existing data are not available or sufficient.