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Elk Point Demographics

Education

High School

37%

Associate's

31%

Bachelor's

20%

Master's

9%

Doctorate

2%

Family Size

2 people

46%

3 people

19%

4 people

25%

5 people

10%

6+ people

1%

Household Income

0-50k

37%

50-100k

38%

100-150k

15%

150-200k

7%

200k+

3%

Age

0-10

17%

10-20

16%

20-45

31%

45-65

18%

65+

19%

Getting Around Elk Point

Elk Point Transportation

Commute Time

0-15 Mins

34%

15-30 Mins

41%

30-40 Mins

17%

40-60 Mins

5%

60+ Mins

3%

Elk Point Education

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Living in Elk Point, SD

Elk Point is a small town in South Dakota with just over 2,000 residents. Retirees account for a greater percentage of the population (18%) here than nationally (14%), while young professionals are less well-represented. The majority of Elk Point residents own their homes, and 23% of residents rent. The average rent of $760/month is roughly equal to the state average.

Compared to the national average (5%), Elk Point has a large number of residents older than 25 with an Associate's degree (9%). Furthermore, 13% have a Bachelor's degree and 8% possess a Master's degree or Doctorate. Many Elk Point residents work in one of three industries: retail, education, and manufacturing. Combined, these industries account for 20% of the town's workforce. Meanwhile, looking at job function, many of the town's workers are in management, which ranks as the top profession in the town. Elk Point workers earn an average annual income of around $79,000, around $13,000 more than the average South Dakota resident. Elk Point's average income also compares favorably to the national average ($73,345).

Elk Point has an average commute time of about 21 minutes. Many residents (41%) drive themselves to work, while public transit is not widely used. Few workers (2%) commute on foot, though the number is greater than the national average.