107,000 People within 15 Miles; More than 500,000 People within 30 Miles
Is your company breaking through new frontiers and looking for a large number of pioneering people to help you grow? Taylor is the place to be.
Taylor's population of 17,290 (ESRI's 2017 census estimate) is located in Williamson County, Texas, the nation's 8th fastest growing county that has more than 500,000 population.
More than 100,000 people live within a 15-mile drive of Taylor, up 73% since 2000 and over one-half million people are in the labor force within a 30-mile radius of Taylor (Occupation and Employment 2008, SitesOnTexas). In the next five years, an additional 100,000 new residents are expected to move to the 15-mile area surrounding our City.
Taylor gives companies access to a young and educated population. More than 37% of the area's population has post-secondary education. The median age in Williamson County is 36 years old, 3 years younger than the national average.
|2016 Employed Population 16+ by Industry|
|2016 Employed Population 16+ by Occupation|
Source: ESRI population estimates for 2009 and 2010; U.S. Bureau of the Census, 2000 Census of Population and Housing