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Table 11 Descriptive Statistics for the 24 Community Areas in South and Southeast Areas of the City of Chicago

From: The impact of the coronavirus on African American unemployment: lessons from history

  N Mean Median S.D Max. Min.
Household size 24 2.5 2.5 .39 3.34 1.8
Median income 24 $37,477 $34,518 $12,245 $62,824 $15,030
Unemployment Rates_2019 24 12.6% 12.8% 4.7% 22.3% 4.4%
Employed in 2019 24 8159 8439 5215 20,223 758
Population growth 24 − .1% − .14% .36% .73% − .81%
House Value 24 197,104 174,356 79,882 343,120 62,083
% Owner occupied 24 34.0% 29.6% 17.3% 66.8% 12.4%
% Renter occupied 24 51.0% 54.1% 16.2% 74.6% 23.7%
% vacancy 24 15.1% 15.8% 5.2% 24.8% 8.1%
% < HS Dip 24 15.2% 13.5% 6.7% 32.3% 3%
%w/HS Dip 24 26.6% 27.1% 7.4% 37.1% 6.4%
% W/Some College 24 31.8% 33.9% 8.3% 45.1% 13.5%
% w/Grad 24 26.4% 24.4% 15.3% 76.7% 6.7%
% w/White Collar Jobs 24 53.9% 52.7% 10.9% 83% 38.3%
% w/ Service Jobs 24 28.2% 29.0% 6.3% 39.8% 11.1%
% w/Blue Collar Jobs 24 17.9% 17.0% 7.5% 35.8% 5.8%
  1. Community Areas: Chatham, Avalon Park, South Chicago, Burnside, Calumet Heights, Roseland, Pullman, South Deering, East Side, West Pullman, Riverdale, Hegewisch, Armour Square, Douglas, Oakland, Fuller Park, Grand Boulevard, Kenwood, Washington Park, Hyde Park, Woodlawn, South Shore, Bridgeport, Greater Grand Crossing