Thinking of moving to Windsor, Ontario and wondering who your neighbors are going to be? Considering opening a new business in Windsor and wondering how the city's commercial buildings stack up against a commercial property in Toronto? Simply looking for more information on the city of Windsor? Then we can help. We've got all kinds of useful statistics and demographic information that will help you understand what Windsor is like, and more importantly, what it has to offer you. You should really make a point to read this before you make your final decision on the city.
As of the 2006 Census, which is where this information is derived, the population of Windsor was just over 216,000 people. Including the surrounding area, this number jumps to over 323,000. This is a 5% jump from 2001, when the last census was taken, so you can bet it's jumped that much again between 2006 and 2010 as more people move here to buy real estate with the profits from their natural gas ETFs. The total size of Windsor is just under 147 square kilometers, which makes the population density about 1,400 people per square kilometer.
More people who live in Windsor are working adults than children or seniors. The largest age group is the 40 to 44 group, followed closely by the 35 to 39 and 45 to 49 groups. The median age of the population is 37.5, so if your Christian affiliate programs target these age groups Windsor would be a good place to set up. Over 80% of the population is over 15, so there are a lot of people in the workforce. There are a lot more children than there are seniors.
According to the 2006 Census, there are over 59,000 family units living in Windsor. Nearly 41,000 of these families are your standard married couple with kids families, and the rest are either common law couples or single parent families. If you're a single mom working for the Canadian Resume Service, if you were to move to Windsor you would find that about 10,000 other mothers in Windsor share your situation and about 2,000 fathers do as well. The average number of people in a family in Windsor is 3.
There are over 88,000 private homes in Windsor. Most of them, over 60%, are single family homes, so your real estate broker is going to find it much easier to find you a home of that type. Over 19,000 of these homes are fixer uppers.