Demographics

With the #2 best weather in Idaho, and #1 best average summer temperatures, Kuna offers a warmer oasis than other parts of the state. (Source: Movoto.com)

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Kuna understands that smart business decisions are based on data. Data and demographics help back up what the ranking and others are saying about our community, our region and our state. We work with businesses and site selection consultants responding to Requests for Information intended to help them decide where to locate or expand.

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Kuna's steady growth and increasing population makes it a sure bet when choosing to locate or expand!

General Demographics

DemographicKunaMetro
POPULATION (Source: Compass, 2017)19,700669,830
MEDIAN AGE30.635.4
UNEMPLOYMENT RATE (July 2017) 2.8% 2.9%
WORKFORCE (*within 45 minute draw) 8,539350,604
HOUSEHOLD INCOME (median) $65,734N/A
AVERAGE COMMUTE TIME (Metro) 21 minutesN/A

Wages (Source: GIS Planning)

Wage DemographicKunaMetro
Median Hourly Wages$16.01$15.69 
Mean Hourly Wages$20.69$20.28
Median Annual Wages$33,310$32,620
Mean Annual Wages$43,040$42,180

Educational Attainment

Level of EducationKunaMetro
High School Diploma21.62%29.25% 
Some College33.86%27.24% 
Associates Degree9.86%8.27% 
Bachelors or Higher28.68%35.24%


Fast Facts

  • 70.75% of the population has some college training or above in the Boise Metro, which is 12.71% above the national average.
    Over 50,000 are currently enrolled in higher education
  • Kuna has the Lowest Average Price of Housing in Ada County!
  • 81.7% of the National Average for Cost of Living
    Source: 2016 Cost of Living Index

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