Welcome to the Townfolio for Growth Alberta, AB where you will find a full community profile.
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View the Demographics tab for information such as Age, Gender and more. Data is populated from census, provincial and municipal sources, along with third-party projections.
Median Household IncomeN/A
Total Visible Minorities995
The largest population of Growth Alberta, AB is the age group between 55 and 59 years old, and the least populated age group is 85+ years old. 64.27% of the population are in the working age group between 15 to 64 years old, while 28.41% make up the younger population which will be a part of labour force in less than 2 decades.
Overall, there is no significant difference between the numbers of men and women. The 20 to 24 years old age cohort exhibits the largest discrepancy with a difference of 165 people between the sexes. Furthermore, majority of the population is between the ages 55 to 59 years old, comprising 8.53 per cent of the population.
Majority of the population are married, making up 55.7 per cent of the population. Having a predominantly married population is highy beneficial to Growth Alberta, AB as married couples usually bring in larger incomes, higher net worth and gains on average. They also help boost the community's liveliness and labour force, as they are most likely to bear children and create the best economic conditions for them. Furthermore, this group also spends more compared to most of their counterparts.
The largest aboriginal population are that of the Metis, making up 80.56 per cent of the total aboriginal population. At 70 people, the second largest Aboriginal population is the First Nations.
With a population at 32,958 people, most inhabitants at Growth Alberta, AB are above the low income cut-off, or the income a person must earn to be considered to be part of the low income group. Majority are also above the 2,016 national median income of $70,336 per year.
Knowledge Of Official Language
Majority of the population speaks English only, making up 95.74 per cent of the population.
Period Of Immigration
The largest influx of immigrants to Canada was pre-1981, where 1,055 people surveyed called Canada their new home.
The largest visible minority population are that of the Filipino, making up 33.17 per cent of the total visible minority population. The second largest group are the Black, making up 165 people.Following Black is Chinese that is 14.07 per cent of the visible minority population.
View the Labour Force tab for information such as Labour Force Industry, Labour Force Occupation and more. Data is populated from census, provincial and municipal sources, along with third-party projections.
Labour Force Industry
The industry that hires the most from Growth Alberta, AB's workforce is Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing and Hunting hiring 3220 people or 15.44% of the community's workforce. This sector comprises establishments primarily engaged in: growing crops, raising animals, harvesting timber, harvesting fish and other animals from their natural habitats and providing related support activities. The second largest is the Construction industry that hired 12.95% of locals. The third largest is the Retail Trade industry, whose 1950 employees are from Growth Alberta, AB.
Labour Force Occupation
Most of Growth Alberta, AB's workforce is working in Trades, transport and equipment operators with 5310 people or 25.52% of the community's workforce. These occupations include trades supervisors and contractors, construction and mechanical tradespersons, operators of transportation and heavy equipment and trades helpers. These occupations are found in a wide range of industrial sectors, with many in the construction and transportation industries. This category includes most of the apprenticeable trades, including all those related to the construction industry. Other occupations in this category usually require completion of college or vocational education programs combined with on-the-job training. Helpers obtain training on the job site. Progression to supervisory positions or self-employed contractor status is possible with experience. There is limited mobility or transferability of skills among occupations in this category due to specific apprenticeship, training and licensing requirements for most occupations. The second largest is those in Management, comprising 17.33% of locals. The third largest group are those in Sales and service, whose 3285 employees are from Growth Alberta, AB.
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Quality of Life
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View the Real Estate tab for information such as Construction Period, Home Ownership and more. Data is populated from census, provincial and municipal sources, along with third-party projections.
34.4 per cent, which is majority of homes in Growth Alberta, AB, were constructed between 1961 to 1980. Building and home construction was also brisk between 1981 to 1990, where 2,425 homes were built. In before 1960, 2,070 of homes were built too.
84.41% of people in Growth Alberta, AB are home owners while the remaining are renters.
View the Transportation tab for information such as Commuting Destination, Time Leaving For Work and more. Data is populated from census, provincial and municipal sources, along with third-party projections.
Most people, around 46.51% in Growth Alberta, AB commute within the region. Another relatively large group of commuters 3,145 people, commute outside the region to get to work. The third largest group commutes within the community represents 26.28 per cent of all commuters.
Time Leaving For Work
Majority of commuters in Growth Alberta, AB leave their homes from 7:00am to 7:59am, saying that it's enough time to get to work. The second most popular time to head to work, with 23.28% of respondents, is from 6:00am to 6:59am. However, 2860 of commuters still prefer to leave from 8:00am to 8:59am.
Majority of commuters, around 13,365 respondents in Growth Alberta, AB, are carpooling in a private car, truck, or van to go to work. Moreover, 5.46% of respondents say that they prefer walking. The third most popular means of transportation is driving alone in a private car, truck, or van with 620 commuters preferring it.
View the Education tab for information such as Education, Field Of Study and more. Data is populated from census, provincial and municipal sources, along with third-party projections.
Field of Study
Field of Study
Most people in Growth Alberta, AB have have completed a high school education. With 6,890 people, it is what most people in Growth Alberta, AB completed. Coming in second, 20.79% of inhabitants say they have completed college education. The third largest group are people who have not completed any certificate, with 3,600 people responding.
Field Of Study
Most are in Engineering & related fields with 3,740 people practicing it in Growth Alberta, AB. Health & related fields is another popular field of expertise, as 16.5% of inhabitants are involved in it. The third group are those who are in Business, Management & Public Administration, with 1,585 people responding that it is their line of work. STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) is expected to be a growing industry, however, Department of Finance confirms that Canada is lagging behind other Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) countries in terms of STEM graduates. Growth Alberta, AB has 4,115 people or 40.19% of workers in STEM industries.
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