None of the Herndon, Va., households reported speaking a language other than English at home as their primary shared language. This does not take into account the possible multilingual nature of households, but only the self-declared primary language spoken by all household members. The following table shows the percentages of U.S. citizenship in Herndon, VA compared to its neighboring geographies and matrices.
The graph below shows the 7 races represented in Herndon, VA as a proportion of the total population. The table below shows the percentage of foreign-born residents in Herndon, VA compared to that of its neighboring and parent geographies. The most common workgroups, by number of people living in Herndon, VA, are managerial occupations (1,841 people), computer science (26%) math occupations (1,622 people) and construction (26%), land clearing (26%) and maintenance occupations (1,422 people). This graphic illustrates the stock breakdown of the top jobs held by Herndon, VA residents.
This chart shows weekly unemployment insurance claims in Virginia (not seasonally adjusted) compared to the four states with the most similar impact. The most recent data point uses data from anticipated state claims, which can be reviewed in the following weeks. The most common employment sectors for those living in Herndon, Virginia, are professionals, scientists, 26% technical services (2,449 people), housing 26%, food services (1,425 people) and administrative services, 26%, support, 26%, waste management services (1,333 people). This chart shows the breakdown of stocks in major industries for residents of Herndon, Virginia, although some of these residents may live in Herndon, VA and work elsewhere.
Census data is labeled with a residential address, not a work address. The table below shows the monthly employment figures for each industrial sector in Virginia. The table below shows the proportion of these products in relation to all outgoing Virginia products. The following graphic shows how Virginia's outbound domestic trade is expected to change compared to its neighboring states.
The following map shows the number of operations that Virginia shares with each state (excluding itself). Mark Warner and Tim Kaine are the current senators representing the state of Virginia. In the United States, senators are elected to 6-year terms and the terms of individual senators are staggered. Virginia is currently represented by 11 members in the U.S.
UU. The House and members of the House of Representatives are elected for 2-year terms. Mark Warner and Tim Kaine are the senators currently representing Virginia. The table below shows senators elected in Virginia over time, excluding special elections, colored by their political party.
The graph shows the evolution of degrees awarded by degree. The paragraphs show the average number of degrees awarded per university in each grade. This visualization shows the distribution by gender of the population according to the academic level achieved. This visualization illustrates the percentage distribution of the population according to the highest level of education attained.
You can filter the data by race using the selector above. The table below the paragraph shows property taxes in Herndon, VA compared to its parent and neighboring geographies. This chart shows the percentage of homeowners in Herndon, VA compared to their main and neighboring geographies. The map below shows all the places in Herndon, VA colored by their median household income (total).
This graph shows the number of workers in Virginia in various wage groups compared to the national average. The following graph shows the number of households using each mode of transport over time, using a logarithmic scale on the y-axis to help better show variations in smaller modes of transport. The table below shows how the average household income in Herndon, VA compares to that of its neighboring geographies and parent companies. The chart below shows households in Herndon, Virginia, distributed among a number of car-ownership groups compared to the national averages for each group.
The largest proportion of households in Herndon, VA, have 2 cars. The Census Bureau uses a set of monetary income thresholds that vary depending on the size and composition of the family to determine who is classified as impoverished. If a family's total income is below the family's threshold, that family and all its people are considered to live in poverty. The following map shows the estimated number of chronically homeless people by state for several years.
Primary care physicians in Fairfax County, Virginia, see 901 patients per year on average, a decrease of 3.12% from the previous year (930 patients). Compare this to dentists who see 918 patients per year and mental health providers who see 486 patients per year. Primary care doctors in Fairfax County, Virginia, see an average of 901 patients per year. This represents a decrease of 3.12% compared to the previous year (930 patients).
The following table shows how the number of patients seen by primary care physicians has changed over time in Fairfax County, Virginia, compared to neighboring geographies. By gender, of the total number of insured persons, 50.9% were men and 49.1% were women. The following table shows the number of people with health coverage by gender. The table below shows how the percentage of uninsured people in Herndon, VA changed over time compared to the percentage of people enrolled in various types of health insurance.
Explore, map, compare and download US,. HealthWorks for Northern Virginia is located in the same building, on the third floor. The GMU School of Nursing donates the services of three nurse practitioners in the fields of psychiatry, gynecology and primary care to help Herndon patients two days a week, and Kaiser donates two full-time nurse practitioners to work in the clinic. All Ages Read Together Computer CORE Fairfax County Consolidated Community Fund Fairfax County Health Department — Program for Women, Infants and Children (WIC) HealthWorks for Northern Virginia Herndon Neighborhood Resource Center Herndon-Reston FISH Just Neighbors Immigration Legal Services Literacy Council of Northern Virginia (ESOL classes) United Neighbors and several partners providing a variety of programs and services.
Therefore, when the new clinic in Herndon was planned, they decided that it needed to be renamed and it became HealthWorks for Northern Virginia. HealthWorks is likely to care for a few thousand patients at the Herndon location, of which about 98 percent are low-income residents who don't have health insurance. The Connections for Hope Partnership campus in Herndon brings together community and not-for-profit organizations located in the same location and government agencies that work together to improve service delivery to community residents. .