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62238 is the zip code for

Cutler, IL

Total population
696
Housing units
328
Land area
(sq. miles)
42.62
Density
(people per sq. mile)
16.33
Water area
(sq. miles)
0.66

Demographic data for zip code 62238

Gender:

Male
345
Female
351
Median age
Male
38.80
Female
41.20
Gender

Households:

Total households
280
Family households
186
Nonfamily households
94
Average household size
2.49
Average family size
2.97
Households

Housing units:

Total housing units
328
Occupied housing units
280
Owner-occupied
223
Renter-occupied
57
Vacant housing units
48
Housing units

Age:

Under 5 years
35
5 to 9 years
51
10 to 14 years
35
15 to 19 years
45
20 to 24 years
39
25 to 34 years
108
35 to 44 years
71
45 to 54 years
108
55 to 59 years
66
60 to 64 years
41
65 to 74 years
70
75 to 84 years
20
85 years and over
7
Median age
39.90
Age

Race:

White
679
Hispanic or Latino
4
Black or African American
5
Asian
0
American Indian & Alaska Native
0
Native Hawaiian & Other Pacific Islander
0
Other (One Race)
1
Two or More Races
7
Race
* Based on 2010, 2000 U.S. Census data

Economic data for zip code 62238

Employment status:

Population
(16 years and over)
589
Civilian labor force
356
Employed
344
Unemployed
12
Armed Forces
0
Not in labor force
233
Percent Unemployed
3.4%
Employment status

Commuting to work:

Workers
(16 years and over)
331
Car, truck, or van
Drove alone
224
Carpooled
65
Public transportation
(excluding taxicab)
0
Walked
6
Other means
32
Worked at home
4
Mean travel time
27.8 min.
Commuting to work

Occupation:

Civilian employed population
(16 years and over)
344
Management / business / science / arts
40
Service
38
Sales / office
59
Natural resources / construction / maintenance
53
Production / transportation / material moving
154
Occupation

Industry:

Civilian employed population
(16 years and over)
344
Agriculture / forestry / fishing / hunting / mining
8
Construction
28
Manufacturing
138
Wholesale trade
0
Retail trade
44
Transportation / warehousing / utilities
23
Information
0
Finance / insurance / real estate / rental / leasing
0
Professional / scientific / management / administrative / waste management services
9
Educational services / health care / social assistance
68
Arts / entertainment / recreation / accommodation / food services
6
Public administration
13
Other services
7
Industry

Class of worker:

Civilian employed population
(16 years and over)
344
Private wage & salary workers
270
Government workers
47
Self-employed
(in own not incorporated business)
27
Unpaid family workers
0
Class of worker

Income:

Total households
297
Less than $10,000
84
$10,000 to $14,999
19
$15,000 to $24,999
19
$25,000 to $34,999
27
$35,000 to $49,999
30
$50,000 to $74,999
54
$75,000 to $99,999
49
$100,000 to $149,999
10
$150,000 to $199,999
3
$200,000 or more
2
Median household income
$34,375
Mean household income
$42,066
Percentage of people whose income in the past 12 months is below the poverty level
20.1%
Income
* Based on 2007-2011 American Community Survey 5-year estimates

Public libraries around Cutler, IL

NameAddress
Breese Public Library
530 North Third Street
Breese, IL 62230
Case-halstead Public Library
571 Franklin Street
Carlyle, IL 62231
Caseyville Public Library District
419 South Second Street
Caseyville, IL 62232
Chester Public Library
733 State Street
Chester, IL 62233
Mississippi Valley Public Library District
408 West Main Street
Collinsville, IL 62234
Columbia Public Library
106 North Metter Avenue
Columbia, IL 62236
Coulterville Public Library103 South Fourth Street
Coulterville, IL 62237
Cutler Public Library409 South Main Street
Cutler, IL 62238
Daugherty Public Library District
220 South Fifth Street
Dupo, IL 62239

Universities and Colleges around 62238

NameAddressPhone
Sanford-Brown College - Collinsville
1101 Eastport Plaza Drive
Collinsville, IL 62234
(618) 344-5600

Hospitals and Medical Centers around 62238

NameAddressPhone# of beds
Chester Mental Health CenterChester Road
Chester, IL 62233
(618) 826-4571284
Edward A Utlaut Mem Hospital
200 Health Care Drive
Greenville, IL 62246
(618) 664-1230188
Memorial Hospital
4500 Memorial Drive
Belleville, IL 62226
(618) 233-7750449
Memorial Hospital1900 State Street
Chester, IL 62233
(618) 826-458140
Pinckneyville Comm Hospital101 North Walnut Street
Pinckneyville, IL 62274
(618) 357-218765
Redbud Regional HospitalOne St Clement Boulevard
Red Bud, IL 62278
(618) 282-3831190
Scott Medical Center
310 West Losey Street
Scott Afb, IL 62225
(618) 256-745625
Sparta Community Hospital
818 East Broadway Street
Sparta, IL 62286
(618) 443-217735
St Elizabeth's Hospital
211 South Third Street
Belleville, IL 62220
(618) 234-2120287
St Joseph's Hospital9515 Holy Cross Lane
Breese, IL 62230
(618) 526-451157
St Joseph's Hospital
1515 Main Street
Highland, IL 62249
(618) 654-7421106
St Mary's Hospital
129 North Eighth Street
East St Louis, IL 62201
(618) 274-1900119
Touchette Regional Hospital5900 Bond Avenue
East Saint Louis, IL 62207
(618) 332-3060105
Washington County Hospital705 South Grand Avenue
Nashville, IL 62263
(618) 327-823659

Crime rates


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