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Apartments for rent in Hailey, ID

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Who Lives Here

Hailey Demographics

Education

High School

47%

Associate's

28%

Bachelor's

17%

Master's

7%

Doctorate

1%

Family Size

2 people

40%

3 people

26%

4 people

20%

5 people

14%

6+ people

1%

Household Income

0-50k

45%

50-100k

31%

100-150k

12%

150-200k

7%

200k+

5%

Age

0-10

14%

10-20

16%

20-45

28%

45-65

30%

65+

11%

Getting Around Hailey

Hailey Transportation

Commute Time

0-15 Mins

44%

15-30 Mins

30%

30-40 Mins

13%

40-60 Mins

4%

60+ Mins

9%

Transportation Scores

Percentage: 1111

Walk Score®

Percentage: 5454

Bike Score®

Hailey Education

Schools

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Living in Hailey, ID

Hailey, a small town in Idaho, has a population of approximately 8,000. The town's population, at an average age of just over 37, is middle-of-the-pack compared to other cities in the state, which has an average age of 36. Renters tend to be in the minority in Hailey, and 60% of residents own their homes. Relatively high rent costs may be a contributing factor, as the average rent of $936/month is substantially higher than the state average of $852.

Among Hailey residents older than 25, 14% possess a Bachelor's degree and 5% have a Master's or Doctoral degree. Many Hailey residents work in one of three industries: retail, entertainment, and support. Combined, these industries make up 24% of the labor force in the town. Meanwhile, in terms of job function, many of the town's residents work in sales, making it the top field in the town. With an average annual income of just over $66,000, Hailey workers earn about $4,000 more than the average Idaho resident. Hailey, however, compares less favorably to the national average of $73,345.

Hailey has an average commute time of about 26 minutes. Many residents (47%) drive themselves to work, while public transit is not widely used. Riding a bike is the second-most preferred way to get to work, chosen by 1% of commuters. Not many commuters walk to work.