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Demographics

The Brazos Valley, anchored by the Cities of Bryan and College Station, is a high growth area at the center of the Texas Triangle. By 2050 approximately 35 million people, or 70% of the population of Texas, will live in the metropolitan areas that compose the Texas Triangle, a globally competitive megaregion. The demographic information presented below is for the College Station - Bryan MSA.
 
Population  2016 Population 2021 Population 5 Year Growth Rate
College Station- Bryan MSA 249,266 266,693 7.0%
60-miles 1,525,881 1,682,106 10.2%
90-miles 6,690,113 7,492,428 12.0%
Source: Sites on Texas Jan. 2017      

Population by Age  

Population 2016
19 & Under 
26.5% 
20 to 24
15.8%
25 to 34
18.2%
35 to 44
10.7%
45 to 54 
9.6%
55 to 64 
8.9%
65 to 74
5.9%
75 to 84
3.0%
85+
1.4%
Median Age 
28.5
Total Population 
249,266
Source: Sites on Texas Jan.2017  

Population by Race & Ethnicity 

Population
The Brazos Valley
White
71.7%
Black or African American 
12.2%
Asian 
5.1%
Other
10.5%
Two or More 8.6%
Total Population 249,266
Source: Sites on Texas Jan. 2017  

Hispanic Population

Population The Brazos Valley
Hispanic 24.2%
Not Hispanic 75.8%
Source: Sites on Texas Jan. 2017  

Daytime Population

Population The Brazos Valley 
Establishments 8,072 
Employees 83,651 
Source: Sites on Texas Jan. 2017  

Educational Attainment Age 25+

Population

The Brazos Valley

< Grade 9 6.8%
Grades 9-12 8.7%
High School 24.3%
Some College 20.4%
Associate Degree 5.2%
Bachelors Degree 18.6%
Graduate Degree 16.1%
 Source: Sites on Texas Jan. 2017  

Families

  The Brazos Valley 
Families 52,550 
Average Family Household Size 3.14 
Households: Non-Family 49,973 
Average Non-Family Household Size 1.6 
Source: Sites on Texas Jan. 2017  

Income 

  The Brazos Valley 
Median Household Income $41,785
Average Household Income $61,929
Average Family Income 
$84,125
Per Capita Income
$24,305
Source: Sites on Texas Jan. 2017