Middlesex County

  1. Middlesex County Legal Resources
  2. Middlesex County Statistics
  3. Middlesex County Property/Housing/Real Estate Information
  4. Middlesex County Employment Information
  5. Middlesex County Family Information
  6. Middlesex County Education Information
  7. Middlesex County Business Information
  8. Middlesex County Public Benefits Information
  9. Middlesex County Criminal Information
  10. Middlesex County Immigration & Civil Rights Information
  11. Middlesex County Cities
  12. Middlesex County Zip Codes


Middlesex County Legal Resources

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Middlesex County Statistics

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  • Population (2000): 1,465,396
  • Births / Deaths / Infant Deaths (2004): 17,579 / 11,001 / 76
  • Land Area (2000): 2,132.746 square kilometers
  • Water Area (2000): 62.377 square kilometers
  • Farm Area (2002): 33,000.000 acres (133.518 square kilometers)
  • Farms (2002): 579
  • Farms under 50 acres (2002): 68.00%
  • Farms over 500 acres (2002): 0.90%
  • Farm earnings (2005): $32,121,000
  • Gallons of water used per day (total / irrigation / public use) (2000): 834,000,000 / 4,000,000 / 67,000,000
  • Ground water as percent of water use (2000): 6.70%
  • Physicians (2004): 8,305
  • Community Hospitals (Beds) (2004): 14 (2,900)
  • Medicare Recipients (2005): 207,129
  • Federal Spending (2004): $16,932,904
  • Local Time(s):
  • Area Code(s): 339, 508, 617, 774, 781, 857, 978

Middlesex County Population By Year


Year  Population Year  Population Year  Population
1990 1,163,760 1992 1,162,605 1994 1,250,868
1991 995,421 1993 1,210,190 1995 1,308,675

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Middlesex County - Historical Places
Houses (2000): 576,681
Building Permits Issued (2006): 4,275
Valuation of Building Permits (2006): $801,500

Middlesex County Population - Urban/Rural

Urban/Rural Population Percent
 Urban 2,835,148 96.71%
 Rural, Farm 2,025 0.07%
 Rural, Non-farm 94,294 3.22%

Middlesex County Real Estate Lawyers provide services for home buying/selling, commercial real estate, leases, landlord tenant, construction, land use and zoning laws. From the Justia Lawyer Directory.


Middlesex County Employment Information

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Employment (2003): 1,581,035
Payroll (2003) / (1Q 2003): $77,621,375,000 / $18,762,991,000

Middlesex County Labor Force By Month


Year Labor Force  Employed Unemployment
 Total Percent Rate
1990 801,556 760,223 41,332 5.16% 51
1991 790,018 733,455 56,563 7.16% 72
1992 786,765 727,818 58,947 7.49% 75
1993 780,876 733,455 47,421 6.07% 61
1994 784,248 744,089 40,160 5.12% 51
1995 786,817 752,160 34,657 4.40% 44
1996 797,060 769,545 27,516 3.45% 35
1997 817,270 792,324 24,947 3.05% 31
1998 826,514 805,836 20,679 2.50% 25
1999 837,796 816,516 21,279 2.54% 25
2000 821,797 803,616 18,181 2.21% 22
2001 830,596 803,298 27,298 3.29% 33
2002 828,127 786,821 41,306 4.99% 50
2003 817,423 773,934 43,489 5.32% 53
2004 808,147 771,757 36,391 4.50% 45
2005 807,893 774,944 32,949 4.08% 41
2006 810,851 778,463 32,387 3.99% 40
2007 815,777 786,062 29,715 3.64% 37
2008 819,139 786,305 32,834 4.01% 40
Month Labor Force  Employed Unemployment
 Total Percent Rate
Jan 2008 817,405 784,665 32,740 4.01% 40
Feb 2008 813,516 782,404 31,112 3.82% 38
Mar 2008 815,598 785,486 30,112 3.69% 37
Apr 2008 812,407 787,276 25,131 3.09% 31
May 2008 810,178 778,372 31,806 3.93% 39
Jun 2008 828,202 790,303 37,899 4.58% 46
Jul 2008 831,261 795,714 35,547 4.28% 43
Aug 2008 828,142 793,468 34,674 4.19% 42
Sep 2008 815,540 779,059 36,481 4.47% 45
Oct, 2008 -- -- -- --% --
Nov, 2008 -- -- -- --% --
Dec, 2008 -- -- -- --% --

Middlesex County Employment By Industry


 Male, with percent of employed male population
1. Professional / Scientific / Tech Services 113,704 13.99%
2. Educational Services 66,644 8.20%
3. Construction 64,268 7.91%
4. Computer and Electronic Manufacturing 49,152 6.05%
5. Finance and Insurance 46,384 5.71%
6. Health Care 40,244 4.95%
7. Accommodation and Food Services 33,710 4.15%
8. Public Administration 33,634 4.14%
9. Admin, Support, and Waste Management 28,172 3.47%
10. Miscellaneous Manufacturing 16,860 2.07%
11. Food and Beverage Stores 16,458 2.03%
12. Broadcasting and Telecommunications 15,584 1.92%
13. Real Estate and Rental and Leasing 15,200 1.87%
14. Other Transportation 14,848 1.83%
15. Repair and Maintenance 14,694 1.81%
16. Publishing / Movie / Sound Recording Industries 14,226 1.75%
17. Radio, Television, and Computer Stores 13,728 1.69%
18. Info Services and Data Processing 12,542 1.54%
19. Metal Manufactuing 10,860 1.34%
20. Arts / Entertainment / Recreation 10,476 1.29%
 Female, with percent of employed female population
1. Educational Services 118,942 16.08%
2. Health Care 113,904 15.40%
3. Professional / Scientific / Tech Services 83,652 11.31%
4. Finance and Insurance 53,144 7.18%
5. Accommodation and Food Services 34,136 4.61%
6. Social Assistance 25,850 3.49%
7. Computer and Electronic Manufacturing 25,320 3.42%
8. Public Administration 24,718 3.34%
9. Admin, Support, and Waste Management 21,628 2.92%
10. Religious / Grantmaking / Civic / Similar Organizations 13,968 1.89%
11. Publishing / Movie / Sound Recording Industries 13,122 1.77%
12. Personal and Laundry Services 13,042 1.76%
13. Real Estate and Rental and Leasing 12,470 1.69%
14. Food and Beverage Stores 12,434 1.68%
15. Info Services and Data Processing 11,712 1.58%
16. Broadcasting and Telecommunications 10,556 1.43%
17. Miscellaneous Manufacturing 10,294 1.39%
18. Arts / Entertainment / Recreation 10,236 1.38%
19. Department and Other General Stores 9,706 1.31%
20. Construction 7,878 1.06%

Middlesex County Employment By Job


 Male, with percent of employed male population
1. Computer Specialists 67,034 8.25%
2. Other Management Occupations 48,098 5.92%
3. Engineers 34,796 4.28%
4. Other Sales and Related Occupations 30,816 3.79%
5. Top Executives 25,938 3.19%
6. Sales Reps / Wholesale and Manufact 25,820 3.18%
7. Business Operations Specialists 24,984 3.07%
8. Building and Grounds Cleaning and Maintenance 24,188 2.98%
9. Other Installation / Maintenance 23,174 2.85%
10. Recording / Scheduling / Dispatching 22,600 2.78%
11. Other Production Occupations 22,232 2.74%
12. Driver / Sales Workers and Truckers 19,854 2.44%
13. Other Office and Admin Support 17,332 2.13%
14. Retail Sales, Not cashiers 17,090 2.10%
15. Operations Managers Non Finance 16,628 2.05%
16. Postsecondary Teachers 16,240 2.00%
17. Accountants and Auditors 14,778 1.82%
18. Life and Physical Scientists 13,918 1.71%
19. Vehicle Mechanics 13,772 1.69%
20. Carpenters 12,726 1.57%
 Female, with percent of employed female population
1. Secretaries and Admins 44,884 6.07%
2. Other Office and Admin Support 44,040 5.95%
3. Teachers, Pre/Primary School 36,488 4.93%
4. Other Management Occupations 35,974 4.86%
5. Business Operations Specialists 27,770 3.75%
6. Registered Nurses 27,350 3.70%
7. Computer Specialists 26,508 3.58%
8. Informaion and Record Clerks, Not Customer Service 22,902 3.10%
9. Other Sales and Related Occupations 22,456 3.04%
10. Retail Sales, Not cashiers 18,032 2.44%
11. Accountants and Auditors 16,300 2.20%
12. Other Teachers / Instructors / Librarians 15,964 2.16%
13. Cashiers 15,928 2.15%
14. Customer Service Representatives 15,474 2.09%
15. Health Technologists and Technicians 14,636 1.98%
16. Counselors / Social Workers / Etc. 14,608 1.97%
17. Bookkeeping / Accounting / Auditing 14,368 1.94%
18. Sales Reps / Wholesale and Manufact 14,042 1.90%
19. Child Care Workers 13,436 1.82%
20. Postsecondary Teachers 13,190 1.78%

Middlesex County Hours Worked Per Week In 1999

Hours Per Week  Population Percent
35 or more hours 1,347,677 57.56%
15-35 hours 315,166 13.46%
1-14 hours 87,553 3.74%
No regular hours 591,048 25.24%

Middlesex County Time Left For Work

Time  Population Percent
Midnight-4:59 AM 25,494 1.73%
5 AM-5:29 AM 22,310 1.52%
5:30 AM-5:59 AM 44,455 3.02%
6 AM-6:29 AM 102,490 6.96%
6:30 AM-6:59 AM 141,664 9.62%
7 AM-7:29 AM 224,882 15.28%
7:30 AM-7:59 AM 241,832 16.43%
8 AM-8:29 AM 233,377 15.85%
8:30 AM-8:59 AM 120,715 8.20%
9:00 AM-9:59 AM 106,008 7.20%
10:00 AM-10:59 AM 38,454 2.61%
11:00 AM-11:59 AM 16,370 1.11%
Noon-3:59 PM 85,319 5.80%
4 PM-11:59 PM 68,718 4.67%

Middlesex County Length Of Commute In Minutes

Minutes  Population Percent
Less than 5 32,368 2.20%
5-9 126,353 8.58%
10-14 186,920 12.70%
15-19 194,737 13.23%
20-24 204,827 13.91%
25-29 92,285 6.27%
30-34 237,562 16.14%
35-39 57,334 3.89%
40-44 74,788 5.08%
45-59 149,134 10.13%
60-89 88,298 6.00%
At least 90 27,482 1.87%

Middlesex County Length Of Commute In Mintues - Public vs. Private Transportation


Minutes  Population (public) Percent  Population (private) Percent
Under 30 32,222 2.19% 805,268 54.70%
30-44 54,076 3.67% 315,608 21.44%
45-59 34,092 2.32% 115,042 7.81%
At least 60 36,828 2.50% 78,952 5.36%

Middlesex County Type Of Commute

Type Population Percent
 Bicycle 10,332 0.68%
 Car / truck / van, carpool 124,903 8.18%
 Car / truck / van, solo 1,101,116 72.08%
 Motorcycle 900 0.06%
 Other 7,650 0.50%
 Public transportation 157,218 10.29%
 Walked 69,969 4.58%
 Worked at home 55,568 3.64%

Middlesex County Employment Lawyers handle cases involving employment contracts, severance agreements, OSHA, workers compensation, ADA, race, sex, pregnancy, national-orgin, sexual orientation and age discrimination, sexual harassment, hours & wages and overtime issues. From the Justia Lawyer Directory.


Middlesex County Family Information

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Households (2000): 1,123,012 (2,824,828 people)
Families (2000): 727,866 (2,264,946 people)
Families where both partners work (2000): 331,212
People at same address in 1995: 1,590,638

Middlesex County Household Income in 1999


Income Population Percent
Under $10,000 70,648 6.29%
$10,000-$14,999 49,730 4.43%
$15,000-$19,999 44,063 3.92%
$20,000-$24,999 46,392 4.13%
$25,000-$29,999 47,582 4.24%
$30,000-$34,999 50,557 4.50%
$35,000-$39,999 50,014 4.45%
$40,000-$44,999 50,433 4.49%
$45,000-$49,999 47,942 4.27%
$50,000-$59,999 95,606 8.51%
$60,000-$74,999 127,147 11.32%
$75,000-$99,999 162,953 14.51%
$100,000-$124,999 104,477 9.30%
$125,000-$149,999 58,691 5.23%
$150,000-$199,999 56,294 5.01%
$200,000 or more 60,685 5.40%

Middlesex County Household Type

Type Population Percent
 Nonfamily, 1 person 152,301 27.14%
 Family, 2 people 143,269 25.53%
 Nonfamily, 2 people 36,252 6.46%
 Family, 3 people 86,510 15.41%
 Nonfamily, 3 people 7,539 1.34%
 Family, 4 people 81,033 14.44%
 Nonfamily, 4 people 2,814 0.50%
 Family, 5 people 34,078 6.07%
 Nonfamily, 5 people 836 0.15%
 Family, 6 people 10,996 1.96%
 Nonfamily, 6 people 234 0.04%
 Family, 7 or more people 5,190 0.92%
 Nonfamily, 7 or more people 168 0.03%

Middlesex County Household Income Type

Type  Population Percent
Earnings 938,274 29.50%
Interest / Dividend / Rent 551,050 17.33%
Public Assistance 20,972 0.66%
Retirement 172,524 5.42%
Self Employment 152,056 4.78%
Social Security 269,057 8.46%
Supplemental Security 39,652 1.25%
Wage / Salary 909,574 28.60%
Other 127,281 4.00%

Middlesex County Family Type

Type Population Percent
 No children under 18 307,399 52.30%
 With children under 18 280,396 47.70%

Middlesex County Marital Status - Male (for those 15+ in 2000)

Type Population Percent
 Divorced 65,695 5.80%
 Married 645,638 57.01%
 Never Married 393,480 34.75%
 Widowed 27,606 2.44%

Middlesex County Marital Status - Female (for those 15+ in 2000)

Type Population Percent
 Divorced 106,700 8.59%
 Married 650,770 52.39%
 Never Married 364,816 29.37%
 Widowed 119,929 9.65%

Middlesex County Family Lawyers help clients with family law issues, such as marriage, divorce, domestic partnerships, adoptions, paternity, annulment, child support, custody, division of property, alimony, palimony, restraining orders, spousal support, uncontested divorce and visitation rights. From the Justia Lawyer Directory.


Middlesex County Education Information

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Middlesex County Highest Degree Earned (18 or older)

Degree Population Percent
 Less than 9th grade 91,839 4.04%
 9th-12th grade, no diploma 176,779 7.77%
 High school diploma or equivalent 534,020 23.47%
 Some college, no degree 403,268 17.72%
 Associate degree 135,505 5.96%
 Bachelors degree 524,844 23.07%
 Graduate or professional degree 409,081 17.98%

Middlesex County Population In School (3 or older)

School Level  In Public School Percent  In Private School Percent Total Percent
Nursery or preschool 23,415 1.60% 38,218 2.61% 61,633 4.21%
Kindergarten 30,633 2.09% 5,766 0.39% 36,399 2.48%
Grades 1-4 137,453 9.38% 16,188 1.10% 153,641 10.48%
Grades 5-8 131,756 8.99% 16,898 1.15% 148,654 10.14%
Grades 9-12 122,636 8.37% 18,375 1.25% 141,011 9.62%
Undergrad college 68,936 4.70% 93,660 6.39% 162,596 11.10%
Graduate or professional school 17,486 1.19% 62,110 4.24% 79,596 5.43%
Total 532,315 36.33% 251,215 17.14% 783,530 53.47%

Middlesex County Education Lawyers represent colleges, school districts, other educational institutions, and students in the practice of education law. They handle issues related to No Child Left Behind, special education, and disability rights. From the Justia Lawyer Directory.


Middlesex County Business Information

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Number of Businesses (2003): 89,669
Wholesale trade sales (2002): $39,147,055,000
Retail sales (2002): $16,876,076,000
Accommodation and foodservices sales (2002): $2,561,961,000
Value of Manufacturers' Shipments (2002): $22,747,554
Retired workers (2005): 149,610

Middlesex County Businesses Changes By Year


Year - Type  Business Births  Business Deaths  Business Expansions  Business Contractions  Stable Businesses
1999 - Accommodation & Food Services 0 0 0 0 0
1999 - Administrative & Support & Waste Management & remediation serv 250 248 661 561 665
1999 - Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing, & Hunting 5 1 2 1 8
1999 - Arts, Entertainment, & Recreation 59 30 161 132 130
1999 - Construction 371 332 1,045 825 1,095
1999 - Educational Services 59 35 215 127 147
1999 - Finance & Insurance 165 202 503 388 728
1999 - Health Care & Social Assistance 297 288 1,179 940 1,387
1999 - Information 193 150 423 290 279
1999 - Management Of Companies & Enterprises 70 29 92 88 88
1999 - Manufacturing 136 183 734 849 538
1999 - Mining 1 1 3 4 4
1999 - Other Services (Except Public Administration) 272 296 1,003 874 1,580
1999 - Professional, Scientific, & Technical Ssrvices 786 603 1,628 1,101 2,140
1999 - Real Estate & Rental & Leasing 137 153 323 233 557
1999 - Retail Trade 404 490 1,643 1,456 1,661
1999 - Transportation & Warehousing 76 71 177 164 205
1999 - Unclassified 446 47 12 2 22
1999 - Utilities 10 9 8 15 9
1999 - Wholesale Trade 220 267 831 662 913
1999 - Total 3,957 3,435 10,643 8,712 12,156
2000 - Accommodation & Food Services 0 0 0 0 0
2000 - Administrative & Support & Waste Management & remediation serv 292 248 718 522 665
2000 - Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing, & Hunting 1 3 1 3 8
2000 - Arts, Entertainment, & Recreation 46 51 172 126 136
2000 - Construction 395 283 1,109 803 1,153
2000 - Educational Services 55 39 226 129 156
2000 - Finance & Insurance 183 183 469 430 695
2000 - Health Care & Social Assistance 335 299 1,163 967 1,363
2000 - Information 248 178 419 307 285
2000 - Management Of Companies & Enterprises 49 40 93 99 106
2000 - Manufacturing 122 200 808 652 584
2000 - Mining 5 1 5 4 2
2000 - Other Services (Except Public Administration) 364 334 988 834 1,565
2000 - Professional, Scientific, & Technical Ssrvices 848 677 1,609 1,208 2,155
2000 - Real Estate & Rental & Leasing 171 121 272 274 590
2000 - Retail Trade 437 472 1,630 1,391 1,681
2000 - Transportation & Warehousing 82 58 223 164 175
2000 - Unclassified 261 82 132 51 181
2000 - Utilities 4 4 4 21 15
2000 - Wholesale Trade 249 245 807 656 916
2000 - Total 4,147 3,518 10,848 8,641 12,431
2001 - Accommodation & Food Services 0 0 0 0 0
2001 - Administrative & Support & Waste Management & remediation serv 223 247 631 605 707
2001 - Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing, & Hunting 4 2 4 1 7
2001 - Arts, Entertainment, & Recreation 60 48 168 126 140
2001 - Construction 383 326 1,052 865 1,188
2001 - Educational Services 54 50 203 152 161
2001 - Finance & Insurance 170 175 521 434 640
2001 - Health Care & Social Assistance 273 279 1,206 964 1,379
2001 - Information 239 182 353 302 425
2001 - Management Of Companies & Enterprises 35 54 106 102 87
2001 - Manufacturing 150 196 732 686 531
2001 - Mining 0 1 2 9 5
2001 - Other Services (Except Public Administration) 267 273 1,011 926 1,540
2001 - Professional, Scientific, & Technical Ssrvices 821 756 1,629 1,266 2,152
2001 - Real Estate & Rental & Leasing 161 147 295 282 578
2001 - Retail Trade 387 475 1,562 1,486 1,603
2001 - Transportation & Warehousing 73 74 195 190 179
2001 - Unclassified 263 106 87 144 260
2001 - Utilities 5 8 15 7 14
2001 - Wholesale Trade 237 258 799 685 908
2001 - Total 3,805 3,657 10,571 9,232 12,504
2002 - Accommodation & Food Services 0 0 0 0 0
2002 - Administrative & Support & Waste Management & remediation serv 240 360 525 656 629
2002 - Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing, & Hunting 2 2 5 3 6
2002 - Arts, Entertainment, & Recreation 67 39 164 148 152
2002 - Construction 399 379 998 913 1,158
2002 - Educational Services 76 60 190 172 152
2002 - Finance & Insurance 264 143 531 414 695
2002 - Health Care & Social Assistance 297 288 1,263 996 1,332
2002 - Information 218 239 347 401 322
2002 - Management Of Companies & Enterprises 58 55 70 96 108
2002 - Manufacturing 136 182 477 941 494
2002 - Mining 1 2 3 5 6
2002 - Other Services (Except Public Administration) 338 308 1,061 954 1,453
2002 - Professional, Scientific, & Technical Ssrvices 826 895 1,414 1,531 2,052
2002 - Real Estate & Rental & Leasing 159 144 315 280 589
2002 - Retail Trade 460 444 1,634 1,549 1,428
2002 - Transportation & Warehousing 70 76 166 223 178
2002 - Unclassified 93 418 26 22 107
2002 - Utilities 4 5 8 11 14
2002 - Wholesale Trade 206 263 637 865 860
2002 - Total 3,914 4,302 9,834 10,180 11,735
2003 - Accommodation & Food Services 0 0 0 0 0
2003 - Administrative & Support & Waste Management & remediation serv 241 338 548 557 476
2003 - Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing, & Hunting 2 0 8 3 8
2003 - Arts, Entertainment, & Recreation 57 54 157 153 164
2003 - Construction 423 365 970 956 1,125
2003 - Educational Services 40 48 232 159 146
2003 - Finance & Insurance 231 160 573 411 794
2003 - Health Care & Social Assistance 241 224 1,293 1,054 1,338
2003 - Information 159 227 268 335 446
2003 - Management Of Companies & Enterprises 21 82 96 77 101
2003 - Manufacturing 101 190 558 770 507
2003 - Mining 1 1 2 4 9
2003 - Other Services (Except Public Administration) 275 260 1,046 999 1,522
2003 - Professional, Scientific, & Technical Ssrvices 777 773 1,446 1,493 2,226
2003 - Real Estate & Rental & Leasing 142 108 316 267 680
2003 - Retail Trade 430 391 1,589 1,476 1,614
2003 - Transportation & Warehousing 77 70 178 199 186
2003 - Unclassified 223 48 27 32 117
2003 - Utilities 4 8 8 14 8
2003 - Wholesale Trade 160 235 642 720 918
2003 - Total 3,605 3,582 9,957 9,679 12,385
2004 - Accommodation & Food Services 0 0 0 0 0
2004 - Administrative & Support & Waste Management & remediation serv 205 224 561 541 545
2004 - Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing, & Hunting 1 3 2 9 7
2004 - Arts, Entertainment, & Recreation 77 34 143 166 176
2004 - Construction 494 366 1,115 861 1,158
2004 - Educational Services 49 33 208 190 168
2004 - Finance & Insurance 178 169 523 454 876
2004 - Health Care & Social Assistance 228 248 1,133 1,136 1,424
2004 - Information 196 208 340 377 307
2004 - Management Of Companies & Enterprises 22 26 92 100 81
2004 - Manufacturing 109 148 638 638 551
2004 - Mining 4 2 3 3 7
2004 - Other Services (Except Public Administration) 276 276 903 957 1,561
2004 - Professional, Scientific, & Technical Ssrvices 755 744 1,444 1,508 2,259
2004 - Real Estate & Rental & Leasing 144 115 275 300 711
2004 - Retail Trade 372 406 1,517 1,465 1,660
2004 - Transportation & Warehousing 80 70 178 193 212
2004 - Unclassified 142 284 28 25 51
2004 - Utilities 18 4 7 13 6
2004 - Wholesale Trade 161 201 614 670 929
2004 - Total 3,511 3,561 9,724 9,606 12,689
2005 - Accommodation & Food Services 0 0 0 0 0
2005 - Administrative & Support & Waste Management & remediation serv 222 199 537 484 621
2005 - Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing, & Hunting 4 2 4 4 9
2005 - Arts, Entertainment, & Recreation 57 60 166 175 167
2005 - Construction 542 385 1,062 1,000 1,179
2005 - Educational Services 67 47 217 171 179
2005 - Finance & Insurance 190 175 468 489 911
2005 - Health Care & Social Assistance 260 217 1,118 1,035 1,550
2005 - Information 160 175 360 328 346
2005 - Management Of Companies & Enterprises 15 39 90 75 97
2005 - Manufacturing 93 163 642 578 546
2005 - Mining 0 2 5 4 6
2005 - Other Services (Except Public Administration) 294 260 916 987 1,549
2005 - Professional, Scientific, & Technical Ssrvices 705 651 1,569 1,398 2,329
2005 - Real Estate & Rental & Leasing 198 137 289 325 677
2005 - Retail Trade 420 428 1,452 1,460 1,673
2005 - Transportation & Warehousing 77 69 210 174 209
2005 - Unclassified 83 119 14 16 41
2005 - Utilities 3 13 12 10 8
2005 - Wholesale Trade 148 197 682 580 895
2005 - Total 3,538 3,338 9,813 9,293 12,992

Wholesale Trade Business Lawyers provide services for corporations, LLCs, partnerships, contracts, franchising and business litigation. From the Justia Lawyer Directory.


Middlesex County Public Benefits Information

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Middlesex County Above Or Below Poverty Level In 1999

Above/Below Population Percent
 At Or Above Poverty Level 2,646,546 93.45%
 Below Poverty Level 185,444 6.55%

Middlesex County Government Finances By Year


Year  Property Taxes  Other Taxes  Intergov. Revenue  Utility Revenue  Employee Retirement Revenue  Other Revenue Total Revenue Salaries & Wages Total Debt Total Cash & Securities
1970 $15,631 $164 $2,615 $0 $1,261 $1,891 $21,398 $11,611 $14,455 $10,954
1971 $18,452 $167 $3,552 $0 $1,261 $2,316 $25,581 $14,965 $27,923 $12,025
1972 $21,221 $240 $2,642 $0 $3,269 $3,322 $30,454 $16,531 $30,750 $32,248
1973 $23,097 $246 $4,607 $0 $3,560 $4,221 $35,485 $17,852 $38,770 $38,716
1974 $22,419 $245 $6,650 $0 $3,560 $4,479 $37,108 $17,947 $43,755 $37,307
1975 $24,656 $397 $6,951 $0 $3,560 $8,017 $43,184 $17,553 $36,925 $33,202
1976 $24,277 $239 $4,004 $0 $3,560 $8,983 $40,824 $21,902 $34,880 $30,216
1977 $28,438 $242 $4,337 $0 $6,690 $8,757 $48,222 $23,243 $36,182 $44,492
1978 $32,040 $253 $6,253 $0 $7,240 $8,623 $54,156 $24,887 $33,168 $51,875
1979 $14,374 $227 $21,215 $0 $7,240 $9,779 $52,608 $26,974 $28,718 $50,321
1980 $17,243 $211 $3,207 $0 $8,546 $10,769 $39,765 $15,979 $30,787 $55,793
1981 $24,480 $212 $2,896 $0 $9,064 $10,940 $47,380 $18,047 $25,795 $61,090
1982 $21,854 $170 $4,509 $0 $10,940 $13,779 $51,082 $17,952 $22,740 $71,086
1983 $17,424 $156 $4,655 $0 $11,883 $14,246 $48,208 $20,797 $20,595 $72,487
1984 $17,071 $133 $4,172 $0 $13,246 $17,303 $51,792 $19,620 $18,920 $85,656
1985 $16,793 $179 $11,844 $0 $14,903 $17,276 $60,816 $18,309 $15,700 $101,755
1986 $15,521 $100 $12,413 $0 $16,447 $19,785 $64,166 $23,103 $12,900 $118,009
1987 $15,909 $103 $12,723 $0 $16,447 $20,280 $65,359 $23,681 $12,900 $127,709
1988 $15,084 $29 $14,479 $0 $24,412 $18,374 $72,349 $29,203 $7,790 $151,378
1989 $15,459 $142 $17,983 $0 $14,006 $19,039 $66,487 $30,634 $5,735 $154,394
1990 $15,844 $7,796 $12,473 $0 $29,067 $20,636 $78,020 $38,991 $4,050 $176,138
1991 $15,978 $6,867 $15,099 $0 $29,450 $21,747 $82,274 $39,855 $6,717 $195,156
1992 $16,649 $7,676 $15,668 $0 $29,821 $21,719 $83,857 $41,848 $1,824 $240,283
1993 $0 $2,776 $27,341 $0 $33,672 $26,521 $87,534 $46,032 $7,690 $266,514
1994 $0 $2,574 $35,981 $0 $37,002 $30,279 $103,262 $31,619 $10,099 $263,089
1995 $0 $9,799 $26,385 $0 $31,793 $25,385 $83,563 $31,193 $5,183 $296,495
1996 $0 $10,944 $29,315 $0 $82,476 $20,575 $132,366 $32,129 $4,913 $384,176
1997 $0 $12,144 $36,142 $0 $61,580 $15,490 $113,212 $29,513 $4,350 $440,065


Year  Education  Financial Control  Public Buildings  Public Health  Transportation  Parks & Recreation Total Expenses
 Protective Services  Welfare  Interest On General Debt  Utilities  Employee Retirement  Other
1970 $0 $7,572 $10,735 $3,082 $910 $79 $28,429
$144 $0 $705 $0 $1,329 $3,873
1971 $0 $9,871 $16,827 $2,838 $1,822 $154 $38,941
$150 $0 $1,223 $0 $1,329 $4,727
1972 $0 $10,107 $7,724 $3,075 $1,997 $85 $33,879
$0 $0 $1,491 $0 $3,033 $6,367
1973 $19 $12,105 $9,346 $3,499 $1,926 $114 $39,833
$0 $0 $1,526 $0 $3,931 $7,367
1974 $8 $12,240 $9,658 $3,629 $1,664 $92 $40,389
$0 $0 $1,990 $0 $3,931 $7,177
1975 $83 $14,106 $3,687 $5,081 $1,322 $67 $39,410
$0 $0 $1,970 $0 $3,931 $9,163
1976 $77 $17,159 $3,617 $5,677 $895 $0 $42,960
$0 $0 $1,773 $0 $3,931 $9,831
1977 $0 $14,238 $7,928 $6,087 $1,192 $0 $50,796
$0 $0 $1,676 $0 $7,123 $12,552
1978 $0 $15,136 $4,348 $6,201 $1,236 $0 $48,417
$0 $0 $1,806 $0 $8,089 $11,601
1979 $0 $16,413 $4,890 $7,652 $1,078 $0 $52,041
$0 $0 $1,657 $0 $8,089 $12,262
1980 $0 $3,861 $4,792 $7,836 $1,134 $0 $44,209
$0 $0 $1,741 $0 $16,012 $8,833
1981 $0 $4,265 $5,622 $9,377 $1,194 $0 $43,731
$0 $0 $2,021 $0 $12,106 $9,146
1982 $0 $4,354 $5,380 $9,604 $740 $0 $45,415
$0 $0 $1,531 $0 $13,596 $10,210
1983 $0 $4,103 $5,432 $11,050 $190 $0 $47,553
$0 $0 $1,123 $0 $14,842 $10,813
1984 $0 $4,222 $5,504 $12,249 $342 $0 $51,474
$0 $0 $992 $0 $16,259 $11,906
1985 $0 $4,248 $5,838 $11,778 $368 $0 $53,855
$0 $0 $898 $0 $17,653 $13,072
1986 $0 $4,391 $6,161 $11,810 $369 $0 $58,690
$0 $0 $834 $0 $19,889 $15,236
1987 $0 $4,501 $6,315 $12,105 $378 $0 $59,638
$0 $0 $834 $0 $19,889 $15,616
1988 $0 $5,269 $6,851 $12,554 $503 $0 $71,185
$0 $0 $500 $0 $25,588 $19,920
1989 $0 $5,720 $7,042 $13,210 $736 $0 $82,231
$0 $0 $421 $0 $26,307 $28,795
1990 $0 $6,033 $7,109 $15,905 $546 $0 $82,422
$0 $0 $407 $0 $26,468 $25,954
1991 $0 $5,573 $3,862 $17,678 $251 $0 $84,002
$0 $0 $90 $0 $30,757 $25,791
1992 $0 $4,942 $3,419 $16,667 $29 $0 $79,455
$0 $0 $126 $0 $27,301 $26,971
1993 $0 $4,779 $3,693 $22,625 $0 $0 $97,888
$0 $0 $71 $0 $32,704 $34,016
1994 $0 $4,882 $3,026 $21,321 $0 $0 $109,216
$0 $0 $45 $0 $38,246 $41,696
1995 $0 $5,460 $3,261 $18,459 $0 $0 $107,941
$0 $0 $142 $0 $43,121 $37,498
1996 $0 $5,352 $3,151 $13,861 $0 $0 $108,917
$5 $0 $235 $0 $44,949 $41,364
1997 $0 $5,214 $2,985 $7,295 $0 $0 $106,981
$5 $0 $257 $0 $46,933 $44,292

Middlesex County Public Benefits Lawyers assess the range of local, state and federal government benefits to which their clients may be entitled and help them apply for such programs, as well as appeal decisions denying such benefits to their clients. From the Justia Lawyer Directory.


Middlesex County Criminal Information

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Correctional Institution Population (2000): 4,410

Middlesex County Crimes Per 1,000 People By Type And Year



Year  Aggravated Assault  Forcible Rape  Murder / Manslaughter  Arson  Burglary  Larceny / Theft  Motor Vehicle Theft
1990 2.909 0.153 0.015 0.155 7.025 19.240 5.887
1991 3.593 0.162 0.018 0.172 7.599 20.645 5.772
1992 4.060 0.184 0.014 0.095 6.581 18.254 4.976
1993 4.571 0.197 0.014 0.066 7.381 19.598 5.935
1994 4.218 0.210 0.014 0.216 6.476 18.454 5.173
1995 3.595 0.196 0.018 0.257 5.834 18.156 4.103
1996 3.060 0.169 0.012 0.191 4.671 16.031 3.687

Middlesex County Criminal Lawyers represent defendants in municipal, state and federal criminal proceedings. These lawyers commonly handle cases involving DUI/DWI (drunk driving), drug possession, gun crimes, traffic tickets, violent crimes, sex crimes, theft offenses and white collar crimes. From the Justia Lawyer Directory.


Middlesex County Immigration & Civil Rights Information

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People With A Disability (2000): 52,000

Middlesex County Population By Age

Age Population Percent
0-9 Years 186,587 12.73%
10-19 Years 179,736 12.27%
20-29 Years 206,473 14.09%
30-39 Years 254,467 17.37%
40-49 Years 230,031 15.70%
50-59 Years 166,110 11.34%
60-69 Years 104,014 7.10%
70-79 Years 86,046 5.87%
80-89 Years 42,864 2.93%
90+ Years 9,068 0.62%

Middlesex County Population - Male/Female

Male/Female Population Percent
 Male 709,048 48.39%
 Female 756,348 51.61%

Middlesex County Population By Ethnicity

Ethnicity Population Percent
 Caucasian 1,224,771 83.58%
 Asian 91,368 6.24%
 Hispanic/Latino 66,707 4.55%
 African-American 46,598 3.18%
 Multiracial 27,050 1.85%
 Other Race 6,821 0.47%
 Amerindian 1,692 0.12%
 Pacific Islander 389 0.03%

Middlesex County Top Specified Ancestries

Rank Ancestry  Population Percent Of Specified Ancestries
1. Irish 698,184 23.23%
2. Italian 490,877 16.33%
3. English 333,085 11.08%
4. German 188,121 6.26%
5. French Non-Basque 167,361 5.57%
6. French Canadian 125,427 4.17%
7. Polish 107,310 3.57%
8. United States Or American 105,719 3.52%
9. Portuguese 78,506 2.61%
10. Scottish 77,974 2.59%

Middlesex County Top Languages Spoken At Home

Rank Language  Population Percent Of Reported Languages
1. Only English 2,187,055 79.61%
2. Spanish Or Spanish Creole 118,320 4.31%
3. Portuguese / Portuguese Creole 74,590 2.72%
4. Chinese 50,361 1.83%
5. Italian 43,281 1.58%
6. French 41,826 1.52%
7. Mon Khmer / Cambodian 21,734 0.79%
8. French Creole 20,872 0.76%
9. Greek 20,132 0.73%
10. Russian 19,652 0.72%

Middlesex County Citizen Type

Type Population Percent
 Citizen by birth 2,484,480 84.75%
 Naturalized immigrant 183,956 6.28%
 Not a citizen 263,031 8.97%

Middlesex County Immigration Lawyers help clients navigate through the federal immigration process. They help workers secure temporary visas (H1-B, fiances obtain K-1 visas, and permanent immigrants apply for Green Cards or citizenship. From the Justia Lawyer Directory.
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