If you're curious about the city's population, you've come to the right place. Here's a look at the population and steets of Glenview City, Illinois. This Chicago suburb is approximately 15 square miles. Many of its neighborhoods date back to the early 1900s, but others are newer developments built as the city grew. The diversity of Glenview is represented by green areas, while red areas are largely composed of white people.
The population of Glenview City, Illinois is 47333, a modest growth of 6.7 percent since the 2010 census. Its median age is 46, and it's made up primarily of native citizens, although there are a few immigrants. Glenview's foreign-born population is particularly diverse, with more than one million people hailing from India, Mexico, and Poland. The city's ethnic makeup is predominantly white, with a significant Hispanic and Asian population.
The most common employment sectors in Glenview are Health Care & Social Assistance, Professional, Scientific, & Technical Services, and Finance - Insurance. There are also several corporations based in the city, including Republic Tobacco, Scott Foresman, and Illinois Tool Works. The Glenview Innovation Center is home to research by companies such as Kraft Heinz. Besides, several corporations have their headquarters in Glenview, including Family Video, American College of Chest Physicians, and the United Methodist Church.
The average income of residents of Glenview is around $21,000 per year. That's slightly better than the national average, and the quality of life is a bit higher than that of the Chicago area. For example, the median household income in Glenview is just under $22,000 per year, compared to an average of $30,000.