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Buckeye is a city in Maricopa County, Arizona, and is the westernmost suburb of Greater Phoenix. It is located on the east side of Interstate 10, north of Phoenix and south of Scottsdale, AZ.
Buckeye is depicted as a teen birth rate of 1.0, which is above the national average of 0.5, but lower than the United States as a whole. Buckeye, Arizona has the highest percentage of people who have never married and the lowest number of people who have never married, divorced or widowed, compared to other Arizona cities, with individuals in the area divided by never being married, divorced or widowed. As a percentage of the population, Buckeyes is about 9.4% smaller, while the US Bureau of Labor Statistics says it is about 6.9% smaller in teen birth rates. The percentage of single adults (51%) is also about 4.3% higher, compared to a United Nations average (50%) of all single adults and about 2.2% of Arizona's single adults.
Other undeveloped and planned communities in Buckeye include Douglas Ranch, which is planned for nearly 300,000 residents. The largest of these is the Buckeye Park District, a 1.5 million square foot park district in the center of the city. There are also four "village centres" that act as the hub of the district and the remote villages, providing shopping and employment in and around the neighbourhood. Park districts allow residents to walk or just hang out in unspoilt spaces.
Buckeye has a hot desert climate (BWh), and the topography of Douglas Ranch is ideal for easy access to water, air conditioning and a host of other amenities. Summer is often extremely hot, with 121.0% of afternoons reaching 100 degrees Celsius and 181.6% in the afternoon reaching 90 degrees Celsius. In summer, cooler weather can occasionally occur, but the resulting monsoon weather makes such periods less unpleasant. However, actual monsoon rainfall is less than one-third of the annual average for the entire United States and much lower than other parts of Arizona.
Population estimates from the US Census Bureau show that Buckeye was the fastest growing city in the United States in 2010, with a population growth rate of 8.5%, which could mean that it is growing even faster than the national average of 7.7%.
The number of non-citizens entering the US between 1990 and 1999 was one-third (31%) of the total population, and Buckeye was the third largest non-national (1%), ranking third. Compared to the percentage of the population born in another country, it is about three to four quarters as large, but it is shown that the second highest percentage of the population comes from outside its territory. The third most-born city in the country is Avondale, which is the fourth largest city in the United States, with 1.1 percent, ranking third behind New York and Los Angeles.
For more information on the age of non-citizens, see the figure below, which compares the median age of citizens and immigrants. Foreign-born people become legal U.S. citizens, and Buckeye, Arizona, is portrayed as the second-largest city with the highest proportion of foreign-born citizens. Figure 40 provides further information on their age, which is presented in comparison to the median age of citizens and immigrants. Year in which they were fully naturalized, U, S citizens: 1990 - 2000, 1999 - 2010.
Among the most important findings of the chart, Buckeye, Arizona, has the second-highest proportion of unmarried mothers (13.3% overall) and ranks second in the number of births per 100,000 residents, based on the definition of median household income. Unmarried mothers who have given birth by age group in the past 12 months are also shown in Buckeyes, ranked third in Ohio and fourth in Arizona. They have the highest proportion of babies aged 15 to 19 (83.8%), with the lowest proportion of children under 5 (7.5%).
If we look at Buckeyes population density, measured in people per square mile, Figure 6 provides a more detailed picture of its population by age group and provides information on the number of men and women per 100,000 inhabitants. Figure 10 shows the percentage of the Buckeyes in Arizona Hispanic (including non-Hispanic whites). Figure 11 compares the ratio of the number of men to the number of women and shows a comparison between the age groups in the metro areas of Ohio and Arizona, broken down by sex, race, ethnicity, age, education level and income level. Figure 33 shows some of their demographic data and Figure 34 shows their demographic breakdown, which breaks down age groups within their metro area.
For each Buckeye in Arizona, we show the median age broken down by gender, as represented by the number of men and women per 100,000 residents in each metro area and the percentage of each age group.
Buckeye in Arizona has 16 jobs and ranks third in the state in terms of jobs per 100,000 residents, behind only Arizona State University (ranked first) and Arizona University. Buckeye, of Arizona, ranked fourth on our list of the 100 metro areas with the highest number of full-time jobs, and had 16th overall.
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