Midlothian’s jump from a population of 17,316 in 2000 to 38,000 in 2018 speaks volumes of its position at the forefront of progress. Homebuilding activity, an expanding school district and a well-travelled welcome mat demonstrate this city’s metamorphosis into a suburban gem.
An above-average median household income, advanced educational infrastructure and a diverse, skilled labor pool further contribute to Midlothian’s competitive edge.
A strategic location and competitive assets confirm Midlothian’s advantageous position in the DFW metro’s business landscape – one of the healthiest economies in the nation.
Whether a student is considering upgrading their skills or just starting out on a new career path, higher education is a great avenue to prepare for a high-paying job in the vibrant Texas economy.
|2010||2018||2023||Annual % increase['10-'18]|
|Number of Households||9,805||12,630||14,666||3.12%|
|Median HH Income||85,779||67,582||57,286|
|Median Housing Value||232,601||188,792||173,734|
|High School Graduate||50.9%||54.2%||46.7%|
|Graduate or Professional Degree||8%||6.7%||10.2%|
|2010 US Census Bureau Esri forecasts 2018 and 2023|