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Apartments for rent in Aberdeen, ID

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Aberdeen Demographics

Education

High School

68%

Associate's

21%

Bachelor's

7%

Master's

4%

Doctorate

0%

Family Size

2 people

24%

3 people

24%

4 people

16%

5 people

15%

6+ people

20%

Household Income

0-50k

63%

50-100k

30%

100-150k

5%

150-200k

2%

200k+

1%

Age

0-10

26%

10-20

20%

20-45

27%

45-65

17%

65+

10%

Getting Around Aberdeen

Aberdeen Transportation

Commute Time

0-15 Mins

53%

15-30 Mins

20%

30-40 Mins

16%

40-60 Mins

9%

60+ Mins

2%

Aberdeen Education

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Living in Aberdeen, ID

Aberdeen, a small town in Idaho, has a population of slightly more than 2,000. Families with young children are commonplace, as kids under 5 make up an above-average percentage of the population, while middle-aged professionals are less well-represented. Overall, the town's population, with an average age of just under 32, is decidedly younger than most cities in Idaho. Home ownership is more common than renting in the area, and 35% of residents rent. Renting remains an affordable option, though, as the town boasts a relatively low average rent of $542 per month. Over the course of a year, renters in Aberdeen will save around $3,700 compared to the state average.

Aberdeen has an average commute time of about 18 minutes, quicker than the state average of about 21 minutes. Many residents (34%) commute to work by car or truck, while public transportation is not used. Walking (2%) isn't a common method of commuting to work, though the number surpasses the national average.

Among residents over the age of 25 in Aberdeen, 4% have earned a Bachelor's, Master's, Professional, or Doctoral degree. There are two primary industries in Aberdeen: agriculture and manufacturing. Combined, these industries make up 19% of the town's labor force. Meanwhile, looking at job function, many residents work in transportation, as 8% of the town's population reports this as their field of work, the highest number of any profession. With an average annual income of around $48K, Aberdeen workers earn around $14,000 less than their peers elsewhere in the state. The town's average income also falls below the national average of $73,345.