The demographics of Burbank have changed and will continue to change to reflect the evolving makeup of the city’s residents. An enriched Armenian community joins a growing number of Hispanic residents, following regional demographics. The schools reflect this changing but welcome climate shift bringing multidiversity to every experience.
There are around 105,000 residents of Burbank as of the 2000 census, although this number is growing. The General populace of Burbank is about 60% Caucasian, about 25% Latino, 9% Asian, 2% African American, and about 4% composed of other ethnic identities. The median age for a Burbank resident is about 36 years old. Conforming to the estimation of Burbank as a bedroom community, almost 60% of Burbank residents comprise some part of a family living unit.
While the median household income (as reported by census data) in the United States is about $50,000 annually, the Los Angeles basin reports about $52,000 average annually per census participant. Burbank residents register at slightly higher than the San Fernando income average and significantly above the national average. The average income of a Burbank resident lies at $58,832.
Over 40% of Burbank residents over 5 years of age speak a language other than English at home. About 83% of residents have a high school education, and just about 30% have a bachelor’s degree level of completed education. Home ownership trends at about 40% of all homes in Burbank are owned by residents.