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Who Lives Here

Manhattan Demographics

Education

High School

30%

Associate's

39%

Bachelor's

23%

Master's

8%

Doctorate

0%

Family Size

2 people

40%

3 people

26%

4 people

25%

5 people

4%

6+ people

5%

Household Income

0-50k

46%

50-100k

35%

100-150k

12%

150-200k

6%

200k+

1%

Age

0-10

13%

10-20

12%

20-45

28%

45-65

27%

65+

20%

Getting Around Manhattan

Manhattan Transportation

Commute Time

0-15 Mins

44%

15-30 Mins

29%

30-40 Mins

17%

40-60 Mins

4%

60+ Mins

5%

Transportation Scores

Percentage: 5151

Walk Score®

Percentage: 5151

Bike Score®

Manhattan Education

Schools

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Living in Manhattan, MT

Manhattan, a small town in Montana, has a population of slightly more than 1,000. Middle-aged professionals can expect to feel right at home, as they account for an above-average percentage of the community, while young adults are less well-represented. Renters tend to be in the minority in the town, and 73% of residents own their homes. Relatively high rent costs could be a factor, as the average rent of $983/month is substantially higher than the state average of $818.

There are three primary industries in Manhattan: construction, retail, and manufacturing. Combined, these industries account for 18% of the labor force in the town. Meanwhile, in terms of job function, many of the town's workers are in sales, as 8% of the town's population reports this as their field of work, the highest number of any field. Manhattan workers earn an average annual income of just over $69K, more than the average Montana resident. Manhattan, however, compares less favorably to the national average ($73,345). Among Manhattan residents older than 25, 22% have a Bachelor's, Master's, Professional, or Doctoral degree.

Manhattan has an average commute time of about 22 minutes. Driving is the most common way to get to work, selected by 42% of workers, while public transit is not used. Walking (2%) isn't a common way to get to work, though the number is greater than the national average.