Sudbury

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  2. Sudbury Statistics
  3. Sudbury Property/Housing/Real Estate Information
  4. Sudbury Employment Information
  5. Sudbury Family Information
  6. Sudbury Education Information
  7. Sudbury Business Information
  8. Sudbury Public Benefits Information
  9. Sudbury Criminal Information
  10. Sudbury Immigration & Civil Rights Information
  11. Sudbury Zip Codes


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Sudbury Statistics

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  • Population (2000): 16,841
  • Land Area (2000): 63.118 square kilometers
  • Water Area (2000): 0.651 square kilometers
  • Local Time(s):
  • Area Code(s): 978
  • Alias(es) (2003): N SUDBURY, NORTH SUDBURY, SUDBURY

Sudbury Population By Year


Year  Population Year  Population Year  Population
1999 15,621 2002 17,050 2005 17,116
2000 16,283 2003 17,274 2006 17,169
2001 Not Available 2004 17,201 2007 17,061

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Houses (2000): 5,590

Sudbury Population - Urban/Rural

Urban/Rural Population Percent
 Urban 15,209 90.31%
 Rural, Farm 0 0.00%
 Rural, Non-farm 1,632 9.69%

Sudbury 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.


Sudbury Employment Information

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Employment (2003): 19,065
Payroll (2003) / (1Q 2003): $935,451,000 / $224,349,000

Sudbury Labor Force By Month


Year Labor Force  Employed Unemployment
 Total Percent Rate
1990 8,196 7,916 280 3.42% 34
1991 8,072 7,729 344 4.26% 43
1992 8,220 7,808 412 5.01% 50
1993 8,341 7,997 344 4.12% 41
1994 8,567 8,250 317 3.70% 37
1995 8,412 8,123 289 3.43% 34
1996 8,577 8,379 199 2.31% 23
1997 8,847 8,680 167 1.88% 19
1998 9,059 8,917 142 1.57% 16
1999 9,291 9,146 144 1.55% 16
2000 8,458 8,305 153 1.81% 18
2001 8,621 8,366 255 2.95% 30
2002 8,665 8,260 405 4.67% 47
2003 8,544 8,136 408 4.78% 48
2004 8,445 8,121 324 3.83% 38
2005 8,427 8,140 287 3.41% 34
2006 8,423 8,110 313 3.72% 37
2007 8,463 8,199 264 3.12% 31
2008 8,498 8,210 289 3.40% 34
Month Labor Force  Employed Unemployment
 Total Percent Rate
Jan 2008 8,442 8,188 254 3.01% 30
Feb 2008 8,414 8,171 243 2.89% 29
Mar 2008 8,441 8,202 239 2.83% 28
Apr 2008 8,441 8,219 222 2.63% 26
May 2008 8,434 8,121 313 3.71% 37
Jun 2008 8,614 8,245 369 4.28% 43
Jul 2008 8,640 8,315 325 3.76% 38
Aug 2008 8,597 8,292 305 3.55% 35
Sep 2008 8,462 8,133 329 3.89% 39
Oct, 2008 -- -- -- --% --
Nov, 2008 -- -- -- --% --
Dec, 2008 -- -- -- --% --

Sudbury Employment By Industry


 Male, with percent of employed male population
1. Professional / Scientific / Tech Services 1,242 26.65%
2. Computer and Electronic Manufacturing 513 11.01%
3. Finance and Insurance 462 9.91%
4. Health Care 222 4.76%
5. Educational Services 209 4.48%
6. Construction 187 4.01%
7. Info Services and Data Processing 128 2.75%
8. Real Estate and Rental and Leasing 111 2.38%
9. Broadcasting and Telecommunications 110 2.36%
10. Radio, Television, and Computer Stores 108 2.32%
11. Admin, Support, and Waste Management 105 2.25%
12. Publishing / Movie / Sound Recording Industries 94 2.02%
13. Public Administration 89 1.91%
14. Accommodation and Food Services 77 1.65%
15. Chemical Manufacturing 72 1.54%
16. Machinery Manufacturing 62 1.33%
17. Food and Beverage Stores 59 1.27%
18. Miscellaneous Manufacturing 59 1.27%
19. Arts / Entertainment / Recreation 58 1.24%
20. Building Materials / Hardware / Lawn and Garden Supplies 50 1.07%
 Female, with percent of employed female population
1. Professional / Scientific / Tech Services 615 18.32%
2. Educational Services 574 17.10%
3. Health Care 461 13.73%
4. Finance and Insurance 225 6.70%
5. Social Assistance 157 4.68%
6. Computer and Electronic Manufacturing 132 3.93%
7. Publishing / Movie / Sound Recording Industries 95 2.83%
8. Accommodation and Food Services 93 2.77%
9. Arts / Entertainment / Recreation 87 2.59%
10. Public Administration 87 2.59%
11. Religious / Grantmaking / Civic / Similar Organizations 84 2.50%
12. Info Services and Data Processing 67 2.00%
13. Admin, Support, and Waste Management 55 1.64%
14. Other Direct Selling Estab 55 1.64%
15. Real Estate and Rental and Leasing 50 1.49%
16. Broadcasting and Telecommunications 41 1.22%
17. Chemical Manufacturing 34 1.01%
18. Used Merchandise / Gift / Misc. Stores 34 1.01%
19. Radio, Television, and Computer Stores 27 0.80%
20. Machinery Manufacturing 26 0.77%

Sudbury Employment By Job


 Male, with percent of employed male population
1. Top Executives 458 9.83%
2. Other Management Occupations 402 8.62%
3. Business Operations Specialists 370 7.94%
4. Computer Specialists 345 7.40%
5. Engineers 300 6.44%
6. Advertising / Marketing / PR / Sales 209 4.48%
7. Other Sales and Related Occupations 209 4.48%
8. Sales Reps / Wholesale and Manufact 206 4.42%
9. Operations Managers Non Finance 147 3.15%
10. Lawyers 143 3.07%
11. Retail Sales, Not cashiers 143 3.07%
12. Financial Managers 114 2.45%
13. Physicians and Surgeons 107 2.30%
14. Postsecondary Teachers 94 2.02%
15. Other Financial Specialists 87 1.87%
16. Accountants and Auditors 77 1.65%
17. Life and Physical Scientists 72 1.54%
18. Other Installation / Maintenance 69 1.48%
19. Social Scientists and Related 55 1.18%
20. Media and Communications Workers 53 1.14%
 Female, with percent of employed female population
1. Other Management Occupations 254 7.57%
2. Teachers, Pre/Primary School 225 6.70%
3. Business Operations Specialists 218 6.49%
4. Computer Specialists 211 6.29%
5. Other Office and Admin Support 158 4.71%
6. Registered Nurses 146 4.35%
7. Secretaries and Admins 120 3.57%
8. Advertising / Marketing / PR / Sales 109 3.25%
9. Other Sales and Related Occupations 108 3.22%
10. Child Care Workers 94 2.80%
11. Therapists 92 2.74%
12. Accountants and Auditors 91 2.71%
13. Sales Reps / Wholesale and Manufact 88 2.62%
14. Informaion and Record Clerks, Not Customer Service 82 2.44%
15. Retail Sales, Not cashiers 78 2.32%
16. Postsecondary Teachers 71 2.11%
17. Art and Design Workers 68 2.03%
18. Other Teachers / Instructors / Librarians 61 1.82%
19. Health Technologists and Technicians 56 1.67%
20. Librarians / Curators / Archivists 53 1.58%

Sudbury Hours Worked Per Week In 1999

Hours Per Week  Population Percent
35 or more hours 6,772 56.86%
15-35 hours 1,513 12.70%
1-14 hours 471 3.95%
No regular hours 3,155 26.49%

Sudbury Time Left For Work

Time  Population Percent
Midnight-4:59 AM 100 1.34%
5 AM-5:29 AM 56 0.75%
5:30 AM-5:59 AM 122 1.63%
6 AM-6:29 AM 511 6.84%
6:30 AM-6:59 AM 964 12.90%
7 AM-7:29 AM 1,276 17.08%
7:30 AM-7:59 AM 1,378 18.44%
8 AM-8:29 AM 1,294 17.32%
8:30 AM-8:59 AM 660 8.83%
9:00 AM-9:59 AM 653 8.74%
10:00 AM-10:59 AM 117 1.57%
11:00 AM-11:59 AM 11 0.15%
Noon-3:59 PM 208 2.78%
4 PM-11:59 PM 121 1.62%

Sudbury Length Of Commute In Minutes

Minutes  Population Percent
Less than 5 176 2.36%
5-9 572 7.66%
10-14 627 8.39%
15-19 552 7.39%
20-24 787 10.53%
25-29 425 5.69%
30-34 1,116 14.94%
35-39 598 8.00%
40-44 692 9.26%
45-59 1,003 13.43%
60-89 672 8.99%
At least 90 251 3.36%

Sudbury Length Of Commute In Mintues - Public vs. Private Transportation


Minutes  Population (public) Percent  Population (private) Percent
Under 30 0 0.00% 3,139 42.02%
30-44 0 0.00% 2,406 32.20%
45-59 26 0.35% 977 13.08%
At least 60 222 2.97% 701 9.38%

Sudbury Type Of Commute

Type Population Percent
 Bicycle 0 0.00%
 Car / truck / van, carpool 300 3.78%
 Car / truck / van, solo 6,733 84.81%
 Motorcycle 0 0.00%
 Other 55 0.69%
 Public transportation 248 3.12%
 Walked 135 1.70%
 Worked at home 468 5.89%

Sudbury 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.


Sudbury Family Information

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Households (2000): 5,523 (16,649 people)
Families (2000): 4,836 (15,675 people)
Families where both partners work (2000): 2,314
People at same address in 1995: 10,209

Sudbury Household Income in 1999


Income Population Percent
Under $10,000 164 2.97%
$10,000-$14,999 87 1.58%
$15,000-$19,999 87 1.58%
$20,000-$24,999 125 2.26%
$25,000-$29,999 88 1.59%
$30,000-$34,999 84 1.52%
$35,000-$39,999 101 1.83%
$40,000-$44,999 95 1.72%
$45,000-$49,999 141 2.55%
$50,000-$59,999 257 4.65%
$60,000-$74,999 327 5.92%
$75,000-$99,999 645 11.68%
$100,000-$124,999 714 12.93%
$125,000-$149,999 542 9.81%
$150,000-$199,999 714 12.93%
$200,000 or more 1,352 24.48%

Sudbury Household Type

Type Population Percent
 Nonfamily, 1 person 608 11.05%
 Family, 2 people 1,559 28.32%
 Nonfamily, 2 people 126 2.29%
 Family, 3 people 1,072 19.48%
 Nonfamily, 3 people 12 0.22%
 Family, 4 people 1,423 25.85%
 Nonfamily, 4 people 5 0.09%
 Family, 5 people 531 9.65%
 Nonfamily, 5 people 2 0.04%
 Family, 6 people 135 2.45%
 Nonfamily, 6 people 0 0.00%
 Family, 7 or more people 31 0.56%
 Nonfamily, 7 or more people 0 0.00%

Sudbury Household Income Type

Type  Population Percent
Earnings 4,955 28.96%
Interest / Dividend / Rent 3,860 22.56%
Public Assistance 34 0.20%
Retirement 711 4.16%
Self Employment 1,111 6.49%
Social Security 997 5.83%
Supplemental Security 102 0.60%
Wage / Salary 4,806 28.09%
Other 532 3.11%

Sudbury Family Type

Type Population Percent
 No children under 18 1,773 39.89%
 With children under 18 2,672 60.11%

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

Type Population Percent
 Divorced 143 2.44%
 Married 4,623 78.86%
 Never Married 987 16.84%
 Widowed 109 1.86%

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

Type Population Percent
 Divorced 365 5.77%
 Married 4,558 72.10%
 Never Married 1,016 16.07%
 Widowed 383 6.06%

Sudbury 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.


Sudbury Education Information

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Sudbury Highest Degree Earned (18 or older)

Degree Population Percent
 Less than 9th grade 94 0.83%
 9th-12th grade, no diploma 479 4.21%
 High school diploma or equivalent 1,096 9.63%
 Some college, no degree 1,205 10.58%
 Associate degree 625 5.49%
 Bachelors degree 3,806 33.43%
 Graduate or professional degree 4,080 35.84%

Sudbury Population In School (3 or older)

School Level  In Public School Percent  In Private School Percent Total Percent
Nursery or preschool 179 1.06% 489 2.90% 668 3.97%
Kindergarten 298 1.77% 63 0.37% 361 2.14%
Grades 1-4 1,175 6.98% 80 0.48% 1,255 7.45%
Grades 5-8 1,215 7.21% 143 0.85% 1,358 8.06%
Grades 9-12 880 5.23% 120 0.71% 1,000 5.94%
Undergrad college 199 1.18% 137 0.81% 336 2.00%
Graduate or professional school 25 0.15% 113 0.67% 138 0.82%
Total 3,971 23.58% 1,145 6.80% 5,116 30.38%

Sudbury 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.


Sudbury Business Information

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Number of Businesses (2003): 1,584
Sudbury Business Lawyers provide services for corporations, LLCs, partnerships, contracts, franchising and business litigation. From the Justia Lawyer Directory.


Sudbury Public Benefits Information

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Sudbury Above Or Below Poverty Level In 1999

Above/Below Population Percent
 At Or Above Poverty Level 16,168 97.20%
 Below Poverty Level 466 2.80%

Sudbury 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.


Sudbury Criminal Information

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Sudbury Crimes Per 1,000 People By Type And Year



Year  Aggravated Assault  Forcible Rape  Murder / Manslaughter  Robbery Total Violent Crimes  Arson  Burglary  Larceny / Theft  Motor Vehicle Theft Total Property Crimes
1999 0.128 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.128 0.000 1.536 6.274 0.000 7.810
2000 0.246 0.061 0.000 0.061 0.368 0.000 1.597 6.571 0.061 8.229
2001 Not Available Not Available Not Available Not Available Not Available Not Available Not Available Not Available Not Available Not Available
2002 0.411 0.000 0.000 0.059 0.469 0.000 1.056 6.510 0.117 7.683
2003 0.116 0.232 0.000 0.058 0.405 0.000 0.926 5.268 0.116 6.310
2004 0.407 0.058 0.000 0.116 0.581 0.000 1.105 5.930 0.058 7.093
2005 0.058 0.000 0.000 0.058 0.117 0.000 0.818 4.791 0.000 5.609
2006 0.116 0.058 0.000 0.000 0.175 0.000 0.699 4.368 0.058 5.126
2007 0.234 0.000 0.059 0.000 0.293 0.000 0.469 5.627 0.176 6.272

Sudbury Law Enforcement Employeess

Year  Officers  Civilian
2004 6 26
2005 6 27
2006 6 29
2007 6 29

Sudbury Crime Index

Year  Index
1999 124
2000 140
2001 0
2002 139

Sudbury 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.


Sudbury Immigration & Civil Rights Information

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Sudbury Population By Age

Age Population Percent
0-9 Years 3,126 18.56%
10-19 Years 2,586 15.36%
20-29 Years 650 3.86%
30-39 Years 2,480 14.73%
40-49 Years 3,361 19.96%
50-59 Years 2,361 14.02%
60-69 Years 1,181 7.01%
70-79 Years 715 4.25%
80-89 Years 281 1.67%
90+ Years 100 0.59%

Sudbury Population - Male/Female

Male/Female Population Percent
 Male 8,223 48.83%
 Female 8,618 51.17%

Sudbury Population By Ethnicity

Ethnicity Population Percent
 Caucasian 15,711 93.29%
 Asian 620 3.68%
 Hispanic/Latino 208 1.24%
 Multiracial 146 0.87%
 African-American 134 0.80%
 Other Race 16 0.10%
 Amerindian 4 0.02%
 Pacific Islander 2 0.01%

Sudbury Top Specified Ancestries

Rank Ancestry  Population Percent Of Specified Ancestries
1. Irish 4,130 21.40%
2. English 2,786 14.44%
3. Italian 2,331 12.08%
4. German 2,058 10.66%
5. United States Or American 774 4.01%
6. Russian 752 3.90%
7. Scottish 671 3.48%
8. Polish 647 3.35%
9. French Non-Basque 518 2.68%
10. Swedish 441 2.29%

Sudbury Top Languages Spoken At Home

Rank Language  Population Percent Of Reported Languages
1. Only English 13,799 89.87%
2. Chinese 216 1.41%
3. Spanish Or Spanish Creole 162 1.06%
4. German 156 1.02%
5. French 150 0.98%
6. Russian 137 0.89%
7. Other West Germanic 133 0.87%
8. Other Indic 97 0.63%
9. Italian 90 0.59%
10. Other Asian 81 0.53%

Sudbury Citizen Type

Type Population Percent
 Citizen by birth 15,376 91.30%
 Naturalized immigrant 683 4.06%
 Not a citizen 782 4.64%

Sudbury 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.
Sudbury Civil Rights Lawyers represent clients who have been illegally discriminated against on the basis of race, gender, sexual orientation, disability and national origin. If you have suffered employment discrimination, sexual harassment, or have been treated differently by a hotel, restaurant, or other public accommodation, a civil rights lawyer can help you determine whether your rights were violated and what types of redress are available. From the Justia Lawyer Directory.


Sudbury Zip Codes

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Alphabetical | By Population

01776