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Learn the Key Facts About Hoover, Alabama

Hoover is the second largest city in the 1.1-million person Birmingham-Hoover Metro Area. In just over 50 years, Hoover has become the sixth largest city in Alabama with almost 93,000 persons and it continues to grow. Learn about Hoover below through key data or contact our office for additional data.

Data Sources: ESRI, Census Bureau ACS, U.S. BLS Local Area Unemployment, JobsEQ
Population and Labor Force Data
2020 Census 92,606
Growth 2000 - 2020 48%
P022 Total Daytime Population 92,705
Daytime Population (Workers) 51,358
Daytime Population (Residents) 41,347
Civilian Labor Force 49,904
Total Labor Force Within 60 Minute Drive 830,537
Labor Force Participation Rate (Civilian Population 16+) 68%
Labor Force Participation Rate Compared to US / AL Average 63% (US) / 57% (AL)
2021 Annual Average Salary $60,912
Inbound Commuters 47,440
Living and Working in City 7,066
Outbound Commuters 33,108
Average Commute Time 22 Minutes
Data Sources: ESRI, Census Bureau ACS, Redfin
Hoover Households Data
Estimated Households 32,551
Estimated Median Household Income $92,984
Estimated Owner-Occupied Units 22,917
Estimated Per Capital Income $46,917
Homeownership Rate 92%
Median Sales Price $420,000
Median Days on Market 32
Data Sources: ESRI, Census Bureau ACS, JobsEQ
Hoover Education Data
High School Graduate or Higher (Ages 25+)
Bachelor's Degree or Higher (Ages 25+) 60%
Bachelor's Degree or Higher (Ages 25+) Compared to US/AL Average 34% (US) / 27% (AL)
Students Enrolled in Four-Year Universities in 60 Mile Drive Time 77,580
Data Sources: Census Bureau ACS, U.S. BLS Local Area Unemployment
Hoover Economy Data
Total Businesses 3,985
Total Employees 51,894
Data Sources: City of Hoover
Quality of Life Data
Parks in City 50
Acres of Publicly-Accessible Greenspace 676 Acres
Sunny Days Per Year 210