If you are thinking of moving to College Park or just want to know a what the area is like, the statistics on this page should give you a good introduction. They cover a range of socio-economic factors so you can compare College Park to figures for Hammersmith and Fulham and nationally. These statistics can tell you if College Park is an economically deprived area and how hard it might be to get a job.
College Park Immigration Statistics
These figures for Country of Birth for the residents of College Park are from the UK Census of 2011. Since College Park has a lower level of residents born in the UK than the national average and a higher rate of residents either born in other EU countries or outside the EU, it does have a significant immigrant population.
|Country||Hammersmith and Fulham||England|
|Rebublic of Ireland||2.7%||0.7%|
|Other EU Countries||12.1%||3.7%|
|Outside the EU||28%||9.4%|
College Park Age Distribution Statistics
The population of College Park as a whole, is younger than the national average. The population of College Park is also older than the average, making College Park a older persons location.
|Age||Hammersmith and Fulham||England|
|Age 0 to 4||6.5%||6.3%|
|Age 5 to 9||4.7%||5.6%|
|Age 10 to14||4.2%||5.8%|
|Age 15 to 17||2.4%||3.7%|
|Age 18 to 24||11.4%||9.4%|
|Age 25 to 29||14.3%||6.9%|
|Age 30 to 44||29%||20.6%|
|Age 45 to 59||14.9%||19.4%|
|Age 60 to 64||3.7%||6%|
|Age 65 to 74||5%||8.6%|
|Age 75 to 84||2.9%||5.5%|
|Age 85 and over||1.1%||2.3%|
College Park Benefits & Unemployment Statistics
These figures on the claiming of benefits in College Park come from the Department for Work & Pensions and are dated . They can often be a good indicator of the prosperity of the town and possible indicator of how hard it would be to get employment in the area. The rate of unemployment in College Park is both higher than the average for and higher than the national average, suggesting that finding a job in this area maybe hard.
|Benefit||Hammersmith and Fulham||England|
|Jobseekers Allowance (only)||3.4%||3.3%|
|Incapacity Benefits (IB or ESA)||2.6%||2.4%|
|Any Benefit (includes in work benefits)||12.6%||13.5%|
College Park Social Grade & Occcupation Statistics
Social grade is a classification based on occupation and it enables a household and all its members to be classified according to the job of the main income earner. College Park has 20% more Higher and Intermediate managerial, administrative or professional households than the national average.
|Grade||Hammersmith and Fulham||England|
College Park Property Ownership & Rental Statistics
College Park has a lower rate of home ownership (via a mortgage or owned outright) than the national average, which suggests that College Park is an economically deprived area.Since all home ownership is lower than the national average and all rented accommodation levels are higher than the national average, this also suggests an area of economic deprivation
|Tenure||Hammersmith and Fulham||England|
|Social Rented (Council)||15.7%||9.4%|
|Social Rented (Housing Assoc)||15.4%||8.3%|
College Park General Health Statistics
The respondents of the 2011 Census were asked to rate their health. These are the results for College Park. The percentage of residents in College Park rating their health as 'very good' is more than the national average.
|Health||Hammersmith and Fulham||England|
College Park Education Statistics
These statistics are for the highest level education obtained by the residents of College Park and are from the UK Census of 2011. College Park has a lower level of residents with either no qualifications or qualifications equal to 1 or more GCSE at grade D or below, than the national average. College Park also has a high level of residents with a higher education qualification (level 4) than the national average, suggesting that the residents of College Park are better educated than the average England citizen.
|Qualification||Hammersmith and Fulham||England|
Sources: Office for National Statistics & Department for Work & Pensions.
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