Bartlesville, Oklahoma Statistic: Population, Charts, Map, Steets and More

The city of Bartlesville, Oklahoma, is located in Osage County. It is home to the Phillips Petroleum Company, which was founded by Frank Phillips in 1905 when the area was still Indian Territory. This company has been the city's main employer ever since. Although the majority of its workforce consists of industrial workers, Bartlesville is also home to a few white-collar employees. In addition, ConocoPhillips is also located in town. This corporation outsources some industrial extraction work to contractors in the city. In addition to these industries, the city is home to a single daily newspaper, the Bartlesville Times.

The population of Bartlesville is relatively young, with a median age of 38. A higher number of foreign-born residents than native-born residents indicates that the city is getting younger. A majority of Bartlesville's foreign-born residents were born in Mexico. In fact, 103,787 Bartlesville residents were born in Mexico. The second-highest percentage of foreign-born residents was born in Vietnam, with 13,223 people originating in the country. The third-highest number of foreign-born residents was from India, with 10,314.

There are several ways to calculate the population of a city. One way is to use a zip code. The ZIP code is the area code of a city. The zip code is the area where people who live in that ZIP code live.