Clark County, Kentucky is located in the southern part of the state and is part of the Jackson Purchase region. The county has a population of 20,741, with a median household income of $38,846 and a median home value of $93,400. The unemployment rate is 5.7%, slightly higher than the national average of 5.3%.
The majority of the population is white (90.7%), with African Americans making up 6.2%, and Hispanics and Latinos accounting for 1.9%. The median age of the population is 38.8 years, with 23.1% of the population under the age of 18 and 13.7% over the age of 65.
Education in Clark County is provided by the Clark County School District, which consists of eight elementary schools, two middle schools, and one high school. The district has an enrollment of 4,726 students, with an average class size of 17. The district has a graduation rate of 86.2%, which is above the national average of 83.2%.
Real estate in Clark County is primarily residential, with single-family homes making up the majority of the market. The median home value is $93,400, which is lower than the national median of $231,200. The median rent is $744, which is also lower than the national median of $1,012. The median household income is $38,846, which is lower than the national median of $61,937.
Overall, Clark County is a rural area with a population of just over 20,000 people. The median household income and home value are lower than the national averages, but the education system is above average. The majority of the population is white, with African Americans and Hispanics/Latinos making up a small portion of the population. Real estate in the area is primarily residential, with single-family homes making up the majority of the market.