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Little Rock, AR: What you need to know

Along the south bank of the Arkansas River near the geographic center of the Arkansas is Little Rock, the capital city and a major shipping hub. The economy is strong in sectors like government, healthcare and transportation, and many neighborhood options are available to residents. Hiking, boating and mountain biking are outdoor recreation choices, and higher education includes the University of Arkansas at Little Rock.

Little Rock, AR City Profile

Quick Facts

Population 196,943
Median Age 36
Median Household Income $46,085
Median Home Price $153,500

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Little Rock, AR Demographics

Median Population in Little Rock, AR

Median Age 36%
Age 18 Over 76.7%
Age 21 Over 73.2%
Age 62 Over 16%
Age 65 Over 12.5%

Race in Little Rock, AR

  Ethnicity White 52%
  Ethnicity Black 41.5%
  Ethnicity Asian 3.1%
  Ethnicity Hawaiian 0.1%
  Ethnicity Hispanic 6.5%
  Ethnicity Indian 0.2%
  Ethnicity Other 1.2%

Population By Gender in Little Rock, AR

  Male 47.6%
  Female 52.4%

Language in Little Rock, AR

  English Only 89.7%
  English Other 10.3%

Economics in Little Rock, AR

  Median Household Income $46,085
  Median Home Price $153,500
  Homes Owned 42.9%
  Homes Rent 57.1%
  Median Property Rent $784

 
COMMUTE TIME: 18.7 MINUTES
in Little Rock, AR

Commute Types in Little Rock, AR

  Walked 1.4%
  Worked at Home 2.9%
  Public Transportation 1.2%
  Other Means 1.1%
  Drove Alone 83.9%
  Carpooled 9.6%

 
Total Employed Armed Forces: 116
In Little Rock, AR

 
8.2% CIVILIAN VETERANS
in Little Rock, AR