Cincinnati Metro Overview
When people think of Cincinnati they think: The Queen City, Blue Chip City, Porkopolis, Home of The Big Red Machine.
Cincinnati is the Marketing Capital of the World, and has the biggest Oktoberfest outside of Germany.
Cincinnati is known for its Goetta, Cincinnati Chili, Hometown pizza and Hometown ribs, Taste of Cincinnati, Tall Stacks, Labor Day Fireworks, and the Flying Pig Marathon.
There are rivalries: East side vs. West side, UC vs. Xavier, The Cincinnati Bengals vs. The Pittsburgh Steelers.
On the border of the South and the Midwest with a diverse ethnic history and economy anchored by more Fortune 500 companies per capita than anywhere in the U.S. Cincinnati loves winners. Jump onboard the Blue Chip City Bandwagon.
Cincinnati MSA Population: 2,073,280
Cincinnati MSA Total Employed: 1,043,318
Number of Households: 814,810
Hamilton County Population: 832,140
Median Age: 35.7
Mean Household Income: $84,984
Ethnic Composition: 85.9% White, 11.8% African American, 1.2% Asian and 1.1% Hispanic
- At $44,872, Cincinnati’s average income before taxes ranks higher than the U.S. average of $42,770.
- Average annual household expenditures in Cincinnati are $37,392 (above the U.S. average of $36,267).
- Cincinnatians spend 18% of their household expenditures on transportation.
- In the eight county region surrounding Cincinnati, 55% of the total workforce commuted to Hamilton County.
Pro Sports: Cincinnati Reds, Cincinnati Bengals, Cincinnati Cyclones, FC Cincinnati
Major Colleges & Universities: University of Cincinnati, Xavier University, Miami University, Northern Kentucky University, Cincinnati State Technical & Community College, Union Institute & University, Gateway Community & Technical College, College of Mt. St. Joseph and Thomas More College.
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