The Washington D.C. Metropolitan Statistical Area experiences dramatically fewer bankruptcies than its 11 benchmark peers. With only 720 bankruptcies in 2015, D.C. is lower than all benchmark regions and less than...
The number of unemployed persons in the Washington D.C. Metropolitan Statistical Area decreased by 11 percent in December 2015 compared to December 2014. Over the same time period, the number...
Washington D.C.’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate declined to 4.1 percent in December 2015, down 0.6 percentage points from the December 2014 rate. D.C.’s jobless rate was below than the benchmark average of...
ULI survey gathers key insights into region’s young residents They prefer to ditch the car and walk, bike or take... More
D.C.'s Educated Population
Earning a high school education is the building block of success and Washington D.C. metropolitan area residents shine in that... More
Unemployment Rate Falls
Washington D.C.’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate declined to 4.3 percent in September 2015, down 0.7 percentage points from the September 2014... More
A Diverse Population
The Washington D.C. Metropolitan Statistical Area is much more racially and ethnically diverse than its benchmark peers. According to the... More
High Homeownership Rates
About 62.7 percent of Washington D.C. residents own their home, the third-largest homeownership rate in 2014 among all benchmark regions.... More
Smoking rates in the Washington D.C. Metropolitan Statistical Area remain one of the lowest among the 11 benchmark regions, according... More