Goto the Next Level
Centrally Located along the East Coast
The Middlesex County Economic Development Authority (EDA) is working to foster economic diversity in our area and create opportunities for business. As members of the EDA, we are all participants in various aspects of Middlesex County and seriously believe that our community can provide many, if not all, those important attributes you may be looking for to improve your bottom line:
- Central to a variety of well-known markets.
- Access to major highways, ports and airports.
- One of the lowest tax rates in the State of Virginia.
- An unbeatable quality of life.
With 135 miles of shoreline, a current population of approximately 10,000 full time residents and a history that goes back to the 1600's, we extend an invitation to visit our community. Please e-mail or call (804) 654-1363 Michelle Brown , the Middlesex County Economic Development Coordinator for any further assistance.
|Gender Distribution (2012)||Male||Female|
|Two or More||172||17,367|
|American Indian or Alaska Native||45||2,887|
|Hispanic (may be of any race)||202||2,020|
|Median Age (2012)||51 years|
|Extended Labor Market Area||268,374|
|Extended Labor Market Area||62.10%|
|Unemployment Rate (April 2014)|
|Extended Labor Market Area||5.40%|
|Extended Labor Market Area||16,549|
|Underemployed (1st Quarter 2014)|
|Extended Labor Market Area||37,143|
|Worked from home||371||8.10%|
|Under 15 minutes||1,568||37.00%|
|Over 60 minutes Mean Travel Time to Work (minutes)||748||17.80%|
|mean Travel Time to Work (minutes)||27|
|High School Graduates Not Continuing (2012-2013)||13|
|Two-Year College Graduates (Spring 2013)||805|
|Two-Year College Enrollees (Fall 2013)||6,241|
|Other College and University Graduates (Spring 2013)||2,165|