The average number of households in Atlanta from 2011 to 2019 was
16,750. The year with the most households was 2019 with
17,920 households total. The year with the least number of households was 2014 with
15,993 households total.
Average Rent Comparison State vs Zip Code in Atlanta
People within zip 30311 pay on average $827.00 per month for rent while the state average is $575.32.
The average for the US is currently $589.88 per month.
Covid Vaccination Percentage for GA
Currently, 63.71percent of the citizens of Georgia are
vaccinated. Meanwhile the national percentage for vaccinations is currently around
75.00percent. Georgia is below the national average, with a difference
of 11.29 percent points in population vaccinated.
Tax Returns Indicating Unemployment for Atlanta, GA
According to IRS Data that has been gathered between 2011 and 2018 the amount of returns related to unemployment has changed on average
-78.14%. This implies that jobs on Atlanta (30311) have been on the decline
for the past 1. The maximum returns for unemployment filed in this zip code has been 1235 on total on 2011 and the
minimum only 270 on 2018