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York County Pennsylvania - York County Economic Alliance
York County
Pennsylvania
Economic and
Community
Profile
June 2016
York County, PA
York City
York County
1990*
Population
42,192
339,574
2000
Population
40,862
381,751
2010*
Population
43,718
434,972
2013**
Population
43,935
438,965
2020***
Population
41,267
484,909
Source: U.S. Census Bureau*, State and County Quickfacts**, and York County Planning Commission***
White
African American
Asian
Other
Population by Race
Source: American Community Survey (5 Year Estimate) 2008-2012
Age
Population
Percent
Under 5 Years
26,504
6.1
5-9 Years
27,779
6.4
10-14 Years
28,988
6.7
15-19 Years
29,355
6.8
20-24 Years
25,092
5.8
25-34 Years
50,590
35-44 Years
60,212
45-54 Years
68,593
55-59 Years
30,111
60-64 Years
25,717
65-74 Years
33,108
75-84 Years
19,614
85 Years and Over
8,916
Median Age 40.1
11.6
13.9
15.8
6.9
5.9
7.6
4.5
2.1
Source: American Community Survey (5 Year Estimate) 2008-2012
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Population
Municipality
Population
Municipality
Population
Municipality
Population
Carroll Twp.
5,929
Hopewell Twp.
5,401
Shrewsbury Borough
3,733
Chanceford Twp.
6,125
Jackson Twp.
7,479
Shrewsbury Twp.
6,466
Codorus Twp.
3,828
Jacobus Borough
1,749
Spring Garden Twp.
10,890
Conewago Twp.
7,446
Jefferson Borough
600
Spring Grove Borough
2,390
639
Lewisberry Borough
375
Springettsbury Twp.
23,463
4,004
Loganville Borough
1,195
Springfield Twp.
5,141
616 Lower Chanceford Twp.
3,039
Stewartstown Borough
2,144
Cross Roads Borough
Dallastown Borough
Delta Borough
Dillsburg Borough
2,548
Lower Windsor Twp.
7,412
Warrington Twp.
4,513
Dover Borough
2,031
Manchester Borough
2,766
Washington Twp.
2,681
20,890
Manchester Twp.
17,828
Wellsville Borough
236
East Hopewell Twp.
2,516
Manheim Twp.
3,375
West Manchester Twp.
18,424
East Manchester Twp.
7,193
Monaghan Twp.
2,612
West Manheim Twp.
7,667
895
Mount Wolf Borough
1,419
West York Borough
4,608
16,619
New Freedom Borough
4,425
Windsor Borough
1,527
525
New Salem Borough
720
Windsor Twp.
17,345
3,094
Newberry Twp.
15,295
Winterstown Borough
636
516
North Codorus Twp.
8,844
Wrightsville Borough
2,518
4,759
North Hopewell Twp.
2,788
Yoe Borough
988
463
North York Borough
1,512
York City
42,384
Glen Rock Borough
1,926
Paradise Twp.
3,765
York Haven Borough
682
Goldsboro Borough
937
Peach Bottom Twp.
4,796
York Twp.
27,312
2,621
Penn Twp.
15,509
Yorkana Borough
276
15,120
Railroad Borough
253
Heidelberg Twp.
3,063
Red Lion Borough
6,352
Hellam Twp.
6,017
Seven Valleys Borough
512
Dover Twp.
East Prospect Borough
Fairview Twp.
Fawn Grove Borough
Fawn Twp.
Felton Borough
Franklin Twp.
Franklintown Borough
Hallam Borough
Hanover Borough
Source: American Community Survey (5 Year Estimate) 2008-2012
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Labor Statistics
York County
May 2014
York County
June 2015
Pennsylvania
July 2015
United States
2013
Labor Force
225,100
234,100
6,524,000
158,197,577
Employment
212,900
222,100
6,140,000
141,864,697
12,200
12,000
384,000
15,249,189
5.4%
5.1%
5.9%
9.7%
Unemployment
Unemployment Rate
Source: Center for Workforce Information and Analysis
(Not Seasonally Adjusted); U.S. Census Data
Unemployment Rate
12
10
8
6
4
2
0
2005
2006
2007
2008
York
2009
2010
Pennsylvania
2011
2012
2013
2014
2015
United States
Right to Work and Union Information
Right to Work State
No
York-Hanover, PA MSA - Private Workforce Organizaed (%)
10.7%
Pennsylvania - Private Workforce Organized (%)
12.7%
Source: UnionStats.com - 2013 Data
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Wage by
Industry Sector
NAICS
Code
Industry Sector
Number of
Establishments
2014
Number of
Employees
2014
County Wage
Pennsylvania
Wage
11
Agriculture, Forestry,
Fishing and Hunting
62
590
$26,000
$30,784
21
Mining
10
361
$71,968
$79,456
22
Utilities
24
1307
$109,408
$82,524
23
Construction
824
10382
$54,704
$57,668
Manufacturing
592
30,698
$52,572
$55,848
Wholesale Trade
476
6,241
$53,924
$70,720
44-45
Retail Trade
1,209
21,451
$24,596
$26,104
48-49
Transportation and
Warehousing
293
9,332
$41,496
$45,760
51
Information
72
1,650
$48,204
$65,988
52
Finance and Insurance
476
3,382
$60,476
$72,800
53
Real Estate and Rental
and Leasing
284
1,765
$41,288
$49,504
54
Professional, Scientific,
and Technical Services
716
5,755
$53,404
$79,768
55
Management of
Companies and
Enterprises
84
3,966
$81,640
$103,220
56
Admin., Support, Waste
Management,
Remediation
463
9,668
$26,936
$32,500
61
Educational Services
228
10,321
$47,268
$53,300
62
Health Care and Social
Assistance
1,216
24,589
$47,944
$46,904
71
Arts, Entertainment and
Recreation
141
2,390
$14,196
$29,120
72
Accommodation and
Food Services
761
13,856
$13,936
$16,692
81
Other Services (Except
Public Administration)
875
6,489
$26,208
$30,004
York County Total
8,806
164,193
$47,167
$54,140
31-33
42
Source: Pennsylvania Department of Labor & Industry - Center for Workforce Information & Analysis
3rd Quarter, 2014
www.ycea-pa.org
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Income & COLI
York County
Pennsylvania
United States
Per Capita Income
$28,454
$28,912
$28,555
Median Household
Income
$58,906
$53,115
$53,482
Source: U.S. Census Bureau 2010-2014 American Community Survey (5 Year Estimate)
$60,000
$50,000
$40,000
$30,000
$20,000
$10,000
$0
Per Capita Income
Median Household
Income
100%
13%
Component Index Weights
26%
10%
Composite Grocery
Urban Area & State
Housing Utilities
Index
Item
13%
Trans.
5%
Health
Care
33%
Misc.
Cost of Living Index - Fourth Quarter 2015 Data
York, Pennsylvania MSA
Harrisburg-Carlisle,
Pennsylvania Metro
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
MSA
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
MSA
Baltimore, Maryland PMSA
Washington-ArlingtonAlexandria DC-VA
101.2
99.0
96.5
114.6
99.8
94.1
103.3
98.8
97.1
89.8
115.5
89.2
91.2
106.2
98.6
99.6
95.8
101.1
113.4
96.3
95.1
119.5
115.8
135.0
122.5
110.0
99.8
112.8
112.8
119.0
144.0
93.9
104.2
89.0
95.6
146.8
111.9
245.8
96.2
114.2
94.2
110.4
The index measures relative price levels for consumer goods and services in participating areas. The average for all
participating places, both metropolitan and non-metropolitan, equals 100, and each participant’s index is read as a
percentage of the average for all places.
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York County
Top Employers
Rank
Name of Employer
Rank
Name of Employer
1
York Hospital 26
Heartland Employment Services LLC
2
Federal Government 27
Memorial Hospital
3
York County 28
Red Lion Area School District
4
Wal-Mart Associates Inc. 29
South Western School District
5
Giant Food Stores LLC 30
Amazon.Com DEDC LLC
6
WellSpan Medical Group 31
York City School District
7
Utz Quality Foods Inc. 32
York College of Pennsylvania
8
WellSpan Health 33
Lowes Home Centers Inc.
9
Kinsley Construction Inc 34
Exelon Generation Company LLC
10
Hanover Hospital Inc 35
Syncreon Us Inc.
11
Harley Davidson Motor Co. 36
United Natural Foods Inc.
12
ES3 LLC 37
Church & Dwight Co Inc.
13
CHR Corporation 38
A&S Services Group, LLC
14
P.H. Glatfelter Co 39
OSS Orthopaedic Hospital LLC
15
Cwork Solutions LP 40
Voith Hydro Inc.
16
Bae Systems Land & Armaments LP 41
SL Snacks Pa LLC
17
Lincoln Intermediate Unit No 12 42
Comcast Cablevision Corp
18
Weis Markets Inc. 43
HGSS Inc.
19
York International Corporation 44
Dover Area School District
20
Dallastown Area School District 45
Northeastern School District
21
RH Sheppard Inc 46
Spring Grove Area School District
22
Central York School District 47
West Shore School District
23
State Government 48
Lutheran Social Services
24
Graham Packaging Company LP 49
Rite Aid Headquarters Corporation
25
FedEX Ground Package System Inc 50
JMM Services Inc.
Source: Center for Workforce Information and Analysis - Data provided is for the 2nd Quarter 2015
www.ycea-pa.org
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Transportation
Market
Baltimore, MD
Boston, MA
Chicago, IL
Columbus, OH
Harrisburg, PA
New York, NY
Newark, NJ
Norfolk, VA
Philadelphia, PA
Raleigh, NC
Washington, DC
Approximate
Distance (miles)
55
388
666
386
33
189
164
265
87
337
87
Source: AAA, White Rose Motor Club
York is located within 500 miles of more than 40% of the Nation’s population and 60% of
Canada’s population.
Workers Traveling to York County for
Employment
Adams County, PA
11,272
Cumberland County, PA
5,078
Dauphin County, PA
2,958
Franklin County, PA
269
Juniata County, PA
99
Lancaster County, PA
5,453
Lebanon County, PA
470
Perry County, PA
406
State of Maryland
2,658
Source: U.S. Census Bureau Commuting and Employment Data - Residence
County to Workplace
County Flows 2006-2010
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Communting Patterns of York County Residents
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Transportation
Inflow and Outflow of Workers in York County
York County offers a sophisticated transportation
network with...
•More than 3,788 miles of roads, major
interstates
•Two Class I railroads and easy access to
commercial air and sea ports
The mean travel time to work for York County residents is 25.9 minutes,
according to the 2010 American Community Survey.
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Commercial Airports
June 2013
2013 YTD
June 2014
2014 YTD
June 2015
2015 YTD
Total Passengers
121,256
636,134
118,659
628,507 102,243
Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport (BWI)
Total Passengers
2,121,104 22,498,353 2,072,888 22,312,676 2,181,039
1,173,938
Harrisburg International Airport (HIA)
23,823,532
Source: HIA Airport Monthly Statistics & BWI Airport Monthly Statistics
According to the U.S. Department of Transportation, BWI Airport has general arrival
& departure delays that are 15 minutes or less.
York Airport (KTHV) - Operational Statistics
Single Engine Airplanes 67 Avg. Aircraft Operations/Day
Multi Engine Airplanes
6
General Aviation Local
Jet Airplanes
5
General Aviation Transient
139
57%
39%
Helicopters
2
Air Taxi
3%
Total Aircraft Based on the Field
80
Military
< 1%
Source: AirNav.com - For a 12 month period ending December 2015
York Airport experiences approximately 50,000 annual operations.
Capital City Airport (KCXY) - Operational Statistics
Single Engine Airplanes
59 Avg. Aircraft Operations/Day
75
Multi Engine Airplanes
16
General Aviation Local 64%
Jet Airplanes
3
General Aviation Transient 24%
Helicopters
3
Military 10%
Military Aircraft
4
Air Taxi
2%
Total Aircraft Based on the Field
98
Source: AirNav.com - For a 12 month period ending in September 2015
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Railroads & Public
Transportation
Pennsylvania is fifth in the nation for number of miles of railroad operated with 5,184 miles.
77% of riders use
the bus as their
only available
transportation
64% of riders
were between the
ages of 18-45
York County Rail Service Providers
CSX Transportation, Inc. (CSXT)
East Penn Railroad, LLC
Norfolk Southern (NS)
York Railway Company
1,783,391 annual
trips for residents
of York & Adams
County
rabbittransit, York County’s public transportation system, provides a variety of transportation
services to the residents of York County.
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Utilities - Electric
Power Plant
Exelon Generation Co LLC/ Conowingo Hydroelectric Plant
Calpine Corp/York Energy Center
Connectiv Mid-Merit Inc./Delta Power Plant
Bio-Energy Partners/Modern Landfill Production Plant
PH Glatfelter Company
Exelon Generation Co LLC/Peach Bottom
PPL Brunner Island
Reliant Energy Mid-Atlantic PH/ Tolna Power Plant
STI Capital Co/York Cogen Facility
York County Solid Waste Authority
Met-Ed/York Haven Dam
Average Capacity
572 MW
519 MW
545 MW
9 MW
109.5 MW
2304 MW
1566.8 MW
54 MW
68.8 MW
36.5 MW
19.6 MW
Did you know that Pennsylvania electricity was deregulated in January 2011?
Adams Electric Cooperative, Inc. provides service to 33,000 homes and businesses in
a four counties are within the southcentral Pennsylvania region, specifically including the
western and southern York County.
Met-Ed, A FirstEnergy Company is the local affiliate of FirstEnergy, and is based in
Reading, Pennsylvania and provides electric service to 495,000 residential and business
customers within 3,300 square miles of southern and southeastern Pennsylvania.
The PPL Brunner Island power plant delivers electricity to a small territory in Northern
York County. The coal-fired plant employs more than 240 workers, and has the ability to
generate enough electricity each year to power about 1 million typical homes.
Peach Bottom Atomic Power Station, is located along the Susquehanna River in York
County, and is co-owned by Exelon Generation and Public Service and Gas of New Jersey.
Exelon Nuclear operates two of three units at Peach Bottom. Both units are boiling water
reactors each capable of generating 1,140 MW of electricity. The facility serves more than
2 million homes and employees approximately 800 people.
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Utilities-Pipelines &
Natural Gas
Spectra Energy, one of North America’s premier natural gas pipeline infrastructure companies, consists
of gathering and processing, transmission and storage, and distribution businesses. Spectra Energy’s
businesses include Texas Eastern Transmission; Algonquin Gas Transmission; East Tennessee Natural
Gas; Union Gas; BC Pipeline Division; BC Field Services Division; Natural Gas Liquids Division; and
Market Hub Partners. Natural gas operations include more than 19,100 miles of transmission pipeline
and approximately 285 billion cubic feet (Bcf) of storage capacity in the United States and Canada.
Spectra Energy currently has about 7,300 employees.
TEMAX (Texas Eastern Market Expansion) interconnects Clarington, Ohio and Transco’s Station 195
in York County, Pennsylvania. Capacity of the line is 455 million cubic feet per day.
Columbia Gas of Pennsylvania is a subsidiary of NiSource, Inc., the second largest natural gas
distributor in the U.S. They serve more than 413,000 customers in 26 counties in the Commonwealth
of Pennsylvania.
UGI’s Gas Division provides natural gas service to approximately 563,000 customers in portions of 45
eastern, northeastern and central Pennsylvania counties. A small portion of Northern York County falls
under UGI coverage area.
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Utilities - Water
Additional Water Providers in York County
Dallastown/Yoe Water Authority
Newberry System
Delta Municipal Waterworks
Pennsylvania American Water Company
Dillsburg Borough Authority
Red Lion Municipal Authority
Dover Borough Water System
Shrewsbury Municipal Authority
Franklintown Borough Municipal Authority
Stewartstown Borough Authority
Glen Rock Water Authority
United Water Pennsylvania, Inc.
Goldsboro Borough Water Company
West Manchester Township Authority
Hanover Municipal Waterworks
West Manheim Municipal Authority
Heidelberg Water Company, Inc.
Windsor Borough Authority
Marietta Gravity Water Company
Wrightsville Water Supply Company
New Freedom Municipal Waterworks
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Utilities - Wastewater
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Utilities Communications
There are approimately 20 broadband providers serving York County. Mobile wireless
services are available throughout the County.
Cable Service
Fixed Wireless
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Utilities Communications
Fiber Service
DSL Service
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Tax Rates
Real Estate Tax Bill
Assessment of
Assessed Value of Property
$100,000
Total
York County Taxes
School Millage Rate (18.22)*
100,000 X .01822
$1,822
Municipal Millage Rate (1.00)*
100,000 x .00100
$100
County Millage Rate (4.52)
100,000 x .00452
$452
Total Tax
$2,374
Real Estate Tax
2014
Local Earned
Income Tax
4.52 Mills
.50% of
employees
Source: County of York
* The estimated real estate tax bill is calculated utilizing 2014
Manchester Township tax rates
Business Privilege Tax Rates
Pennsylvania Tax Rates
Corporate Net Income Tax
(last changed in 1995)
Municipality
9.99%
Personal Income Tax
3.07%
Corporate Income Tax
4 Mills
Capital Stock & Foreign Franchise
Tax
(exemption $125,000; minimum
tax $0)
(last changed in 2014)
Realty Transfer Tax
(last changed in 1998)
Sales Tax (last changed in 1968)
State Real Property Tax
.67 Mills
1%
6%
None
Source: Pennsylvania Department of Revenue,
Pennsylvania Department of Labor and Industry and
Pennsylvania Association of Realtors
Wholesale Retail Other
Conewago Twp
1.00
1.50
1.50
Dover Twp
1.0
1.50
0.00
Hanover Borough
0.00
0.00
2.00
Manchester Twp
1.00
1.50
0.00
North York Borough
.001
.001
.001
Spring Garden Twp
1.00
1.50
1.50
Springettsbury Twp
.75
1.50
1.50
West Manchester
Twp
1.00
1.50
1.50
West York
Borough
1.00
1.50
1.50
York City
1.50
3.50
0.0
York Twp
0.50
1.00
1.00
Source: Pennsylvania Department of Community and
Economic Development, Center for Local Government
Services, Municipal Statistics and Information Division 2014
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School District Taxes
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Education
School System
Location
Elementary Middle
High
Total
Enrollment
Public School Enrollment in York County
Central York
York
2,638
1,462
1,712
5,812
Crispus Attucks
York
--
--
98
98
Dallastown
2,711
1,488
1,806
6,005
Dover
1,738
897
1,009
3,644
Wrightsville
1,228
609
704
2,541
Hanover
921
384
505
1,810
Helen Thackston Charter School
York
27
263
200
490
Lincoln Charter School
York
731
--
--
731
New Hope Academy
York
41
366
410
817
Dillsburg
1,423
716
1,001
3,140
Manchester
1,805
913
1,013
3,731
Red Lion Area
Red Lion
2,440
1,340
1,602
5,382
South Eastern
Fawn Grove
1,275
672
844
2,791
South Western
Hanover
1,924
974
1,210
4,108
Glen Rock
1,409
740
946
3,095
Spring Grove
1,763
933
1,102
3,798
Lewisberry
3,602
1,822
2,403
7,827
West York Area
York
1,336
708
911
2,955
York Academy Charter School
York
371
--
--
371
York City
York
3,187
1,069
875
5,131
York County School of Technology
York
--
--
1,641
1,641
York Suburban
York
1,264
702
888
2,854
31,834 16,058 20,880
68,772
Dallastown Area
Dover Area
Eastern York
Hanover Public
Northern York
Northeastern
Southern York County
Spring Grove Area
West Shore
York County Total
Source: Pennsylvania Department of Education - 2013 - 2014
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PSSA Scores
8th Grade
School District
Math
Reading
Advanced Proficient Basic
%
%
%
Below
Below
Advanced Proficient Basic
Basic
Basic
%
%
%
%
%
1.6
70.1
19.8
6.8
3.4
Central York
71.7
19.2
7.5
Dallastown Area
55.3
32.1
8.6
4.1
69.5
20.0
8.6
1.9
Dover Area
37.7
29.9
14.9
17.5
40.1
29.2
20.2
10.5
Eastern York
61.6
20.5
12.1
5.8
67.2
19.8
7.3
5.7
Hanover Public
28.2
29.1
29.1
13.6
53.6
26.4
10.9
9.1
Northern York
County
65.8
21.6
7.8
4.8
60.5
22.5
11.1
5.9
Northeastern
58.6
25.8
10.7
4.9
61.6
24.1
9.4
4.9
Red Lion Area
61.6
24.9
9.2
4.3
50.2
28.2
14.1
7.4
South Eastern
46.8
28.3
13.3
11.6
58.4
27.5
9.0
5.2
South Western
67.5
20.3
9.3
2.9
59.8
26.0
9.0
5.1
Southern York
County
74.0
20.3
4.4
1.3
74.6
19.6
3.6
2.2
Spring Grove
58.7
25.7
11.5
4.1
58.2
27.2
9.7
4.9
West Shore
47.3
30.7
12.1
10.0
58.3
23.8
11.1
6.9
West York Area
59.1
23.3
9.7
7.8
53.9
26.0
11.4
8.7
York City
20.4
27.8
17.8
34.1
20.0
23.7
23.7
32.6
York Suburban
66.5
19.6
9.6
4.3
73.5
19.6
3.5
3.5
Source: A comparison of reading and math scores in public schools in York County for the 2011-2012 school year.
For complete statewide scores and more information visit the Pennsylvania Department of Education webiste.
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Education
Total
Graduates
School
2 or 4 Year Specialized Non-Degree Total Post
College / Associates
Post
Secondary
University
Degree
Secondary
Bound
Public School Enrollment in York County
Central York
448
344
16
12
83.04%
Dallastown Area
417
318
5
12
80.34%
Dover Area
240
142
16
9
69.58%
Eastern York
167
99
8
10
70.06%
Hanover Public
106
61
7
2
66.04%
Northern York County
243
160
4
9
71.19%
Northeastern
223
153
17
13
72.38%
Red Lion Area
393
237
30
17
72.26%
South Eastern
210
134
13
5
72.38%
South Western
293
195
11
14
75.09%
Southern York County
259
189
6
8
78.38%
Spring Grove
268
171
17
4
71.64%
West Shore
267
193
4
3
74.91%
West York Area
233
153
13
11
75.97%
York City
137
133
0
0
97.08%
York Suburban
213
174
0
2
82.3%
4,117
2,856
167
131
72.43%
York County Total
Source: Pennsylvania Department of Education - 2013-2014
School Year
2007-2008
2008-2009
2009-2010
2010-2011
2011-2012
2012-2013
2013-2014
York County
Enrollment
32,550
32,728
32,272
32,274
31,845
31,514
31,661
Drop-Out
Rate
1.8%
1.7%
1.4%
1.5%
1.5%
1.3%
.99%
Source: Pennsylvania Department of Education
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School Districts
Number of Schools
School District
Central York
Dallastown Area
Dover Area
Eastern York
Hanover Public
Northern York
County
Northeastern
Red Lion Area
South Eastern
South Western
Southern York
County
Spring Grove
West Shore
West York Area
York City
York Suburban
Address
Website
775 Marion Road,
York
700 New School Lane,
Dallastown
2 School Lane,
Dover
120 South Third Street,
Wrightsville
403 Moul Avenue,
Hanover
149 South Baltimore Street,
Dillsburg
41 Harding Street,
Manchester
696 Delta Road,
Red Lion
377 Main Street,
Fawn Grove
225 Bowman Road,
Hanover
3280 Fissels Church Road,
Glen Rock
100 East College Avenue,
Spring Grove
507 Fishing Creek Road,
New Cumberland
2605 West Market Street,
York
31 North Pershing Avenue,
York
1800 Hollywood Drive,
York
Elementary Middle High
www.cysd.k12.pa.us
5
1
1
www.dallastown.net/
5
2
1
www.doversd.org
5
1
1
www.easternyork.com
3
1
1
www.hpsd.k12.pa.us
3
1
1
www.northernpolarbears.com
4
1
1
www.nesd.k12.pa.us
4
3
1
red1.pa.schoolwebpages.com
7
1
1
www.sesdweb.net/sesd
3
2
1
www.swsd.k12.pa.us
4
1
1
www.syc.k12.pa.us
3
1
1
www.sgasd.org
3
2
1
www.wssd.k12.pa.us
8
4
2
www.wyasd.k12.pa.us
4
1
1
www.ycs.k12.pa.us
7
2
2
www.yshs.k12.pa.us
4
1
1
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Public Schools
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Home Education/Charter
Schools
School District
Central York
Total of Home
Education Students
86
Dallastown Area
116
Dover Area
118
Eastern York
92
Hanover Public
32
Northern York County
125
Northeastern
83
Red Lion Area
188
South Eastern
103
South Western
68
Southern York County
87
Spring Grove
151
West Shore
170
West York Area
62
York City
37
York Suburban
36
York County Total
Lancaster, York &
Berks Counties boast
the highest number
of homeschooled
students in the State
Over 7.2% of
students are
homeschooled in
York County
York County is
home to 4 charter
schools
1,554
Source: Pennsylvania Department of Education
2009-2010 (most recent data available)
Charter Schools in York County
Crispus Attucks Youth Build Charter School
Helen Thackston Charter School
Lincoln Charter School
York Academy Regional Charter School
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Colleges &
Universities
Pennsylvania Colleges & Universities Within a 50 Mile Radius of York County
Name
Website
4 Year Colleges and Universities
Art Institute of York
artinstitutes.edu/york
Central Pennsylvania College
centralpenn.edu
Dickinson College
dickinson.edu
Elizabethtown College
etown.edu
Evangelical Theological Seminary
evangelical.edu
Franklin & Marshall College
fandm.edu
Gettysburg College
gettysburg.edu
Harrisburg University of Science and
harrisburgu.net
Technology
Lancaster Bible College
lbc.edu
Lancaster Theological Seminary
lts.org/lancaster- seminary
Lebanon Valley College
lvc.edu
Lutheran Theological Seminary
ltsg.edu
Messiah College
messiah.edu
Millersville University
millersville.edu
Penn State Dickinson School of Law
law.psu.edu
Penn State University-Harrisburg
hbg.psu.edu
Penn State University-College of Medicine pennstatehershey.org
Penn State University-York
yk.psu.edu
Pennsylvania College of Art & Design
pcad.edu
Pennsylvania College of Health Sciences
pacollege.edu
Shippensburg University
ship.edu
Thaddeus Stevens College
Widener University-Harrisburg
York College of Pennsylvania
Brightwood Career Institute-Harrisburg
HACC—Gettysburg, Harrisburg,
Lancaster, Lebanon, and York Campuses
City
York
Summerdale
Carlisle
Elizabethtown
Myerstown
Lancaster
Gettysburg
369
1,330
2,364
1,822
123
2,209
2,447
Harrisburg
892
Lancaster
Lancaster
Annville
Gettysburg
Grantham
Millersville
Carlisle
Harrisburg
Hershey
York
Lancaster
Lancaster
Shippensburg
2,011
118
1,901
178
3,234
8,047
153
4,519
842
1,172
200
1,447
7,355
stevenscollege.edu
Lancaster
913
widener.edu
ycp.edu
2 Year Colleges
brightwoodcareer.edu
Harrisburg
York
330
5,067
Harrisburg
217
Various
n/a
hacc.edu
Source: National Center for Educational Statistics - College Navigator 2016
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Enrollment
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York County Higher
Education
HACC York is HACC’s
fastest growing
campus with over
3,000 students
York College is
ranked #9 as a
best value in the
north by U.S.
News
York tech students
can earn industry
certifications while
still in highschool
Technical & Business Schools in York County
York Technical Institute - Motorcycle
Consolidated School of Business - York
Technology
Campus
www.yti.edu
www.csb.edu
York County School of Technology
York Technical Institute - York Campus
www.ycstech.org
www.yti.edu
Lancaster County Career and Technology
ITT Technical Institute-Harrisburg
Center
www.itt-tech.edu
www.lancasterctc.edu
McCann School of Business and
Kaystone Technical Institute
Technology
www.kti.edu
www.mccann.edu
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Healthcare
WellSpan was named
in Training Magazine’s
Top 50 for 2012
alongside the U.S.
Navy and Microsoft
By 2015, the
number of adults
aged 60+ is
expected to reach
97,561
Memorial Hospital
was named 100
Best Places to Work
in PA for the 10th
year in a row
Number of Nursing
Homes
Licensed Beds
16
Average
Occupancy Rate
2,211
93.31
Source: Pennsylvania Department of Health - Bureau of Health
Statistics & Research, Nursing Home Report 2014
Hospital
Licensed
Beds
Set-Up &
Staffed Admissions Discharges
Beds
Average
Length of
Stay
Occupancy
Rate
Hospitals in York County
Hanover Hospital
93
93
5,701
5,691
3.98
67.0
Memorial Hospital
100
100
4,690
4,749
3.44
45.5
York Hospital
578
564
29,912
29,978
4.91
75.2
Source: Pennsylvania Department of Health - Bureau of Health Statistics & Research, Hospital Report 2014-2015
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Nursing Homes &
Medical Facilities
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Real Estate
Northern York County: In the northern
part of the county, Fairview Township
has a heavy concentration on suburban
neighborhoods, providing housing for
those who work in and around Harrisburg.
Options include old farms, small town
dwellings, and even new developments.
South Western York County:
The South Western part of the
county includes the Hanover
area which is the County’s
second largest population center
and a strong presence of retail
and manufacturing industries.
Hanover is a designated historic
district, and also recently received
its Main Street Designation from
the Pennsylvania Downtown
Center. Also in the region is
Codorus State Park, a 3,500
acre park with boating, camping,
swimming, and hiking.
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Greater York: Most of the County’s population
is located in the suburban areas around the
City. You will find plenty of housing options,
including single wooded lots, middle-class
neighborhoods, and upscale communities. The
townships and boroughs in this region have seen
increased population and new development.
Great examples are Manchester Township,
Dallastown, and Red Lion.
City of York: Downtown York offers a variety of urban living
options from new condos, to lofts, to the fabulous 3 story
brownstones. In downtown York, you can live, work, and play.
South Eastern and South Central York County:
Southern York County is the place to go for a
rural and small town feel without sacrificing the
career opportunities of a major metropolitan
region. This area sits between York City and
Baltimore, and people who live here enjoy an
easy commute to both. Housing opportunities
include 18th century farms and white picket
fence neighborhoods just outside towns like
Shrewsbury, Stewartstown, and New Freedom.
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Construction
York County Municipalities with Most New Residential Construction - 2014
Municipality
Total
Mobile/
Townhome/
Single Home
Duplex
Apartment Dwelling
Modular
Condo
Units
Penn Township
23
0
0
41
4
68
Fairview Township
55
2
0
10
0
67
York Township
22
1
35
2
0
60
Newberry Township
33
7
0
0
0
40
Spring Garden Township
3
0
0
35
0
38
E. Manchester Township
34
1
0
0
0
35
Source: York County Planning Commission
New Construction Permits by Type of Use in York County
Number Issued
Cost of Construction
Type of Permit
2013
2014
2013
2014
Residential
901
737
$135,034,603
$121,317,870
Commercial
17
24
$23,942,571
$19,151,187
Industrial
1
6
$748,000
$21,569,214
Public
3
3
$4,269,000
$4,374,796
Source: York County Planning Commission
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Homesales
School District
2013
2014
Total 2013 Median Total
Homes Sale Price
Homes
Sold
Sold
2015
2014 Median Total 2015 Median
Sale Price
Homes
Sale Price
Sold
Central York
478
$150,000
470
$157,437
526
$155,000
Dallastown Area
443
$150,000
499
$160,000
522
$169,900
Dover Area
271
$145,000
320
$144,250
325
$146,000
Eastern York
187
$120,000
191
$134,900
211
$125,000
Hanover Public
166
$125,000
166
$124,900
190
$129,450
Northern York County
107
$210,000
279
$145,000
311
$158,000
Northeastern
257
$149,900
106
$207,950
154
$220,000
Red Lion Area
422
$145,000
412
$150,000
452
$155,000
South Eastern
205
$182,900
194
$171,950
244
$175,000
South Western
308
$164,900
323
$164,900
384
$163,500
Southern York County
219
$200,000
216
$204,500
259
$199,653
Spring Grove
277
$155,000
284
$159,900
332
$162,000
West Shore
168
$167,200
177
$179,000
222
$179,100
West York Area
295
$125,000
282
$123,000
293
$131,900
York City
317
$30,161
319
$40,000
327
$36,000
York Suburban
279
$140,000
293
$144,900
343
$148,000
4,399
$145,000
4,531
$149,900
5,095
$152,000
York County Total
Source: Realtors Association of York & Adams Counties, Inc. (RAYAC) 2013-2015
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Agriculture
Farms by Size
Number of Acres
1-9 acres
10-49 acres
50-99 acres
100-259 acres
260-499 acres
500-999 acres
1,000+ acres
Pennsylvania
York County
5,575
17,721
14,093
15,274
4,224
1,768
654
315
914
398
344
104
57
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Source: USDA, 2012 Census of Agriculture
Farms in Pennsylvania and York County
Pennsylvania (Acres)
Farms
Land in Farms
Average Size of Farm
Market Value of Production
York County (Acres)
59,300
7,700
130
$7,400,781,000
2,171
262,062
121
$234,064,000
Source: USDA, 2012 Census of Agriculture
Farms by Value of Sales - 2012
Value
Less than $2,499
$2,500 to $4,999
$5,000 to $9,999
$10,000 to $24,999
$25,000 to $49,999
$50,000 to $99,999
$100,000 or more
Pennsylvania
York County
19,621
5,114
6,002
7,801
4,883
4,044
1,260
775
200
213
249
215
160
359
Source: USDA, 2012 Census of Agriculture
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Agriculture
Crop
Corn for Grain
Corn for Silage or
Greenchop
Wheat for Grain—All
York
County
Farms
PA
Farms
16,800
PA Bushels
682 125,500,345
York County
Bushels
York
County
Acres
9,056,521
998,376
68,654
9,752
173
7,205,366
275,720
412,695
13,407
4,053
309
9,037,847
1,298,970
144,725
18,611
Winter Wheat for Grain
4,053
309
9,037,847
1,298,970
144,725
18,611
Oats for Grain
4,524
81
3,802,765
59,314
65,158
890
Barley for Grain
2,626
127
3,816,281
220,086
52,853
2,842
75
0
165,396
0
2,170
0
510
5
106,654
(d)
9,475
(d)
7,718
437
25,008,038
2,084,775
519,718
44,297
21
1
14,617
(d)
608
(d)
1,312
40
22,119,230
662,135
9,532
281
33,131
1,068
4,505,059
103,072 1,651,917
33,973
30
2
593,682
(d)
657
(d)
3,968
166
0
0
49,397
2,121
1,330
70
0
0
8,659
123
93
9
0
0
50
8
2,282
98
0
0
41,437
1,314
Sorghum for Grain
Sorghum for Silage or
Greenchop
Soybeans for Beans
Dry Edible Beans,
(ex. Limas)
Tobacco
Forage—Hay, Grass &
Greenchop
Sunflower Seeds—All
Vegetables Harvested
for Sale
Potatoes
Sweet Potatoes
Land in Orchards
Source: USDA, 2012 Census of Agriculture
*(d) Withheld to avoid disclosing data for individual farms
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Farm Markets
Active Farm Markets in York County
Bentzels Orchard
21 North Lewisberry Road
Dillsburg, PA 17019
Lehman’s Orchards
1918 Powder Mill Road
York, PA 17402
Scarecrow Farm
2178 Orwig Road
Stewartstown, PA 17363
Central Market House
34 West Philadelphia Street
York, PA 17401
Maple Lawn Farms
2885 New Park Road
New Park, PA 17352
Barefoot Farm
6621 Bluebird Lane
Dover, PA 17315
Fitz Brothers Farm Market
2670 Springwood Road
York, PA 17406
Morningstar Market Place
5309 Lincoln Highway West
Thomasville, PA 17364
Whitecomb’s Farm Market
2410 Roosevelt Avenue
York, PA 17404
Hanover Farmer’s Market
210 East Chestnut Street
Hanover, PA 17331
Paulus Orchard
522 East Mount Airy Road
Dillsburg, PA 17019
Castle Creek Farm
529 W Siddonsburg Road
Dillsburg, PA 17019
Kenmar Farms
335 Indian Rock Dam Road
York, PA 17403
Raab Fruit Farms
209 Fruitlyn Drive
Dallastown, PA 17313
Dietz Produce
34 W Philadelphia Street
York, PA 17401
Lonesome Pine Farm
18245 Webb Road
Stewartstown, PA 17363
Susquehanna Orchards
560 Orchard Road
Delta, PA 17314
Forge Hill Orchards
135 Blossom Drive
Mt. Wolf, PA 17347
Miller Plant Farm
430 Indian Rock Dam Road
York, PA 17403
Delta-Peach Bottom Farmers Market
5 Pendyrus Street
Delta, PA 17 314
J-Mar Farms
2306 South George Street
York, PA 17402
Susquehanna Aquacultures
P.O. Box 306
York Haven, PA 17370
Browns Orchards & Farm Market
8892 Susquehanna Trail North
Loganville, PA 17342
Dillsburg Farmers Market
117 N Baltimore Street
Dillsburg, PA 17019
Potosi Sheep Farm
1175 Potosi Road
Glen Rock, PA 17327
Dennis Fitz Produce
2195 Springwood Road
York, PA 17403
Amish Markets at Hanover
1649 Broadway
Hanover, PA 17331
Sonshine Acres Produce
1932 Joseph Road
York, PA 17404
Flinchbaugh’s Orchard & Market
110 Ducktown Road
Hellam, PA 17406
Newberrytown Peddler’s Market
700 York Road
Dover, PA 17315
Herr Fruit Farm
Rte 24 and Rte 124
York, PA 17403
Ilyes Produce Stand
3356 Days Mill Road
York, PA 17408
Perrydell Farm Dairy
90 Indian Rock Dam Road
York, PA 17403
Blevins Fruit Farm
16222 West Liberty Road
Stewartstown, PA 17363
Lehman’s Roadside Market
529 Cool Spring Road
Wrightsville, PA 17368
Shaw Orchards
21901 Barrens Road South
Stewartstown, PA 17363
Market & Penn Farmers Market
380 West Market Street
York, PA 17401
Markey’s Roadside Market (Mardale)
2794 South Queen Street
Dallastown, PA 17313
The Markets at Shrewsbury
12025 Susquehanna Trail South
Glen Rock, PA 17327
Source: Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture, 2012 Consumers Guide to PA Farm Markets
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Crime Rates
York
York
Pennsylvania
Pennsylvania
County
County
2012
2013
2012
2013
6,882
204,381
6,135
196,877
1,313
57,017
1,377
51,860
298
15,732
265
14,716
293
14,940
261
13,742
Offenses
Larceny Theft
Burglary
Robbery
Motor Vehicle Theft
Aggravated Assault
Rape
Arson
Murder
Negligent Manslaughter
Total
664
103
70
17
0
9,640
25,589
3,366
1,741
706
19
323,491
587
101
63
19
0
8,808
York
Pennsylvania
County
2014
2014
5,758
187,918
1,207
45,659
263
13,534
283
13,036
23,646
3,351
1,684
611
18
306,935
528
94
59
14
0
8,206
22,277
3,828
1,924
611
18
288,787
Source: Pennsylvania State Police
Area
Male
Population
Female
Population
Total
Population
York County Prison Information - 2014
York
661
39
2,301
Pennsylvania
17,849
1,616
19,465
Source: Pennsylvania Department of Correction
Jan
Feb
Mar
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
York County Averages
Average Temp
Precipitation
(mean)
30.8
32.9
41.7 52.0
62.5
70.8
75.1
73.3
66.5
55.1
44.4
34.0
2.89
2.59
3.45 3.59
3.85
3.79
3.69
3.98
3.47
3.24
3.28
3.06
Source: The Pennsylvania State Climatologist, 2015
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Local Attractions
York County is home to world class manufacturers.
Factory tours are available at a number of local
companies such as Snyder’s-Lance and HarleyDavidson Motor Company.
York County is home to many outdoor recreation
opportunities, including 19 county and state
owned parks, 200 local parks, and Roundtop
Mountain Resort. In addition to its parks, York
County’s many lakes and rivers provide outdoor
enthusiasts with a variety of water recreation
activities.
There are more than seven performance arts
venues in York County, including the StrandCapitol Performing Arts Center. Artisan tours,
studios and galleries are also open to the public
both in York City and throughout the County,
including MarketviewArts.
The home of the York Revolution professional
minor league baseball team is located in
downtown York. The stadium features 24 luxury
skybox suites and a kids’ play area.
Comprised of nine breweries and brewpubs
all committed to the art of making great, local
beer. Participating establishments provide tours,
tasting, educational opportunities and a look
behind the scenes at the brewing process and
the craft beer industry.
Sip, savor and explore the art of winemaking
along the Mason-Dixon Wine Trail located in
PA’s #1 tourist region. More than 20 familyowned wineries and one distillery concentrated
in South Central Pennsylvania and Northern
Maryland around the historic Mason-Dixon Line
have come together to develop a truly regional
wine destination.
Over 40 buildings in York City and York County
are included on the National Register of Historic
Places.
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Parks and Recreation
York County is home to many outdoor recreation opportunities.
In addition to its parks, York County’s many lakes and rivers
provide outdoor enthusiasts with a variety of water recreation
activites.
Municipal Parks
County & State Parks
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Pennsylvania Profile
Why Pennsylvania?
Pennsylvania makes it easy to do business
The fastest growing state in international business development
The largest international investment and trade network in the US
Reduced business taxes by $2 million since 2004
Recognized by the Tax Foundation and Council of State Taxes for a business-friendly tax code
Ranked as one of the lowest states in business taxes
Business Facilities Magazine ranked Pennsylvania the number one state for biotechnology in 2008
Pennsylvania Demographics
Workforce
Pennsylvanians have always been known for
their hard work and unshakable work ethic.
More than six million strong
88% of adults have at least a high school
diploma
35% hold a Bachelor’s degree or higher
Pennsylvania is a stable, prosperous
market that has the wherewithal to
support new development and
innovative business ideas. Pennsylvania
is almost a microcosm of the national
economy.
Almost 13 million people call the
Keystone State home
Median household income is $52,267/
annually
70% of residents own their own homes
774,209 people own their own business
27% are women-owned businesses
The largest ethnic groups are: White
(83%), African American (11%), Hispanic
(6%), and Asian (3%)
10% of households routinely speak a
language other than English.
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Pennsylvania
Transportation
The Keystone State has a strong economy, superior market access and a first-class transportation
system. Pennsylvania offers every means to move your product via ground, air and water.
120,423 total miles of highways (rural—82,734 and urban—37,689), 69 railroads—more than any
other state
5,145 miles of railways, ranking Pennsylvania fifth in the nation
Six international airports,134 public use airports and 350 private airports
Three major ports with access to the Great Lakes, Atlantic Ocean, and the Gulf of Mexico (Port of
Philadelphia, Port of Erie & Port of Pittsburgh).
PA Quality of Life
The quality of life in Pennsylvania is exceptional on many fronts. Businesses and employees alike
appreciate the affordable land and housing costs, special tax incentives, and business-friendly attitude of
our cities and small towns.
Offers a low cost of living, with the median housing value at least $16,500 less than the national average of
$181,400
Every year, Pennsylvania releases a study of the Commonwealth’s 100 best places to work among medium
and large sized companies
Nature lovers will find over 17 million acres of forest and 83,000 miles of rivers and scenic streams in the
PA Wilds
Pennsylvania is the keystone to U.S. history. Home of America’s “Most Livable City” - In 2007, Pittsburgh
received this honor in Rand McNally’s Places Rated Almanac. It was the second time the city received the
honor. Money Magazine named Pittsburgh one of the “Best Places to Live” in 2006
Known throughout the world for the caliber of its health care. Two hospitals in PA are ranked among the
best hospitals by U.S. News & World Report
Whatever sport you follow, Pennsylvania has something to cheer about. There are seven professional
sports teams in the Commonwealth, including baseball, football and hockey
Market Access
There are countless reasons why Pennsylvania makes sense as a home for your business. One is
its prime location. Sophisticated transportation and communications network ensure that you can
get your product to your customer quickly and efficiently.
Within 500-mile radius lies access to vital markets that encompass:
• More than 40% of the population of the US
• More than 60% of Canada’s population
• More than 40% of U.S. manufacturers and service industries
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Pennsylvania
Education
Educational excellence is one of the factors that distinguishes Pennsylvania’s workforce from
those of other states. The Commonwealth boasts some of the world’s finest colleges and
universities.
Business Facilities Magazine ranked Pennsylvania’s workforce the fifth most educated in the
nation in 2007.
Pennsylvania has the nation’s third largest number of colleges and universities in the United
States (National Center for Education Statistics)
Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) is recognized as a world leader in business and engineering
and #1 in the world in computer sciences
State College, Pennsylvania has the best metro-wide public schools (For a population under
500,000—Expansion Management Magazine 2007).
Pennsylvania is one of the top 10 smartest states in the U.S. (Morgan Quinto Press 2006)
Business Week and The Financial Times ranked The Wharton School in Philadelphia as the
nation’s #1 business school (Business Week, 2007)
Over 20,000 foreign students are currently enrolled in Pennsylvania colleges and universities.
In addition, 6,000 alumni from Penn State are living abroad while approximately 77,000
Wharton grads reside in 39 countries
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