Laredo, Missouri Statistic: Population, Charts, Map, Steets and More

The first question that you may have is, "What is the population of Laredo City?" You have probably heard of this border city, but what are its statistics like? This article will provide some context. The population of Laredo is made up of the white population and the Mexicans, of which there are many. Listed below are the demographics and racial makeup of this city.

The city's climate is hot and semi-arid, making it warm in the summer and cool in the winter. Its weather is affected by the Sierra Madre Oriental mountain range, to the west, and by the Gulf of Mexico to the east. The mountain range also cuts off moisture from the Pacific. As of the 2010 census, the population of Laredo was 255205. According to the 2020 census, the city had a population of 72328 households and 58,294 families.

In terms of employment, Laredo is home to 16195 people. The median age in Laredo is 29 years old, which is less than the national average. The city's workforce is made up of people in 32 different industries, with the largest share being Trade, Transportation, and Utilities. Information, Financial Activity, and Education and Health Services each made up 6% of the workforce. Finally, Government represented twenty-three percent of the labor force.

In 1840, Laredo was an independent country, and became the capital of the independent Republic of the Rio Grande. In 1848, it was a part of Mexico again, and after the Mexican-American War, Laredo City was signed over to the United States. Mexican residents, however, boycotted the move to the United States, and instead moved across the Rio Grande into Mexican territory and founded Nuevo Laredo.