Business and quality of life advantages make the Madison, Wisc. region a magnet for major corporations, entrepreneurs and Millennials.
Hiking and biking along the idyllic shorelines of not one, not two, but five lakes are just part of the active lifestyle that has put Madison high on a few or our lists in recent years, including the Top 100 Best Places to Live. Combine that with one of Wisconsin's strongest job markets and a reputation as one of America's greenest cities and you have a few of the eight reasons why people move to this Midwest state capital.
Things to do in the winter in Madison is easy to find -- indoors and out.
Olbrich Botanical Gardens in Madison is a must-see for visitors.
A list of the major employers in Madison, WI.
Madison, WI City Profile
|Latest Population Increase||92.79|
|Median Household Income||$54896|
|Median Home Price||$212500|
Madison , Health and Healt Care
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Madison, WI Demographics
Population By Gender
|Age 18 Over||82.5|
|Age 21 Over||73.9|
|Age 62 Over||13|
|Age 65 Over||10.4|
|Median Household Income||54896|
|Median Home Price||212500|
|Median Property Rent||939|
|Worked at Home||4|