As stated by 2016 census, total population of Burlington is 183,314 while female population is little bit higher than males. The population of female is 64,335 while of male is 58,845. It is 2.2% greater from the previous census of 2011. In 2011 census, total population was 120,569. Population density is 1,625.1 people per square kilometer within this city. 51,547 is the total number of dwellings within Burlington while 50,638 are currently occupied. Burlington’s mean household size is 2.4 people with 36,150 different families throughout the city.
South Asians make up the most notable percentage at 33%. Filipinos make up 5%, Chinese 15%, and Latin American 7%. Residents from African background make 16% of the population, and Arabs 7%, while 17% are part of other minority groups. About 15,680 residents of Burlington come from a minority background. In 2001 Canadian census, 78% of Burlington residents recognized as Christian. Out of these, nearly 41% claimed attachment to one of the mainstream Protestant churches or with Anglican, 32% were Roman Catholic, and the remaining 27% belonged to other denominations such as the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (Mormons), the Ukrainian Catholic Church, and various Orthodox denominations. Of the remaining 22% of the population that did not identify themselves as Christian, 16.6% identified themselves as following no religion, 1.0% were Muslim, 0.7% Sikh, 0.5% Hindu, 0.4% Jewish, 0.3% Buddhist, and 0.1% Pagan.
A city’s economy is based on the number of people willing and able to work. In Burlington, unemployment percentage is 4.5%, making it much lower than unemployment rate of the rest of province, which is 6.4%. Due to age or disability, 30% of the total population of Burlington is not currently in the workforce. With an unemployment rate that is lower than the national average and a tiny number of people who are ineligible to work, Burlington is home to a healthy workforce that makes up 67% of the total population.
Average household income
In Burlington, average total income of households in 2015 was $93,588, an elevation of 5.5% from $88,736 in 2005. This is more than Ontario and Canada’s median 2015 total income of $74,287 and $70,336, respectively.
Arts & culture are alive and growing well in city of Burlington. With a public art walking tour, numerous art exhibitions, grand music festivals, community theatre and artist galleries, there are many creative activities to inspire residents. In September Burlington celebrates culture and history in community with two cultural events – Culture Days and Doors Open Burlington.
The southern district of Burlington is home to central business district area of Burlington with high-end condos and affordable rentals. People who prefer to live near downtown but not too close to it, nearby neighborhoods such as Dynes and Aldershot are perfect options for them. These neighborhoods are home to many semi-attached houses and detached homes. Central part of Burlington is very attractive because it contains the largest diversity in terms of home styles. It has every type of real estate property i.e. a low rise condominium complex, a fully detached property, or a semi-attached townhome. Many properties include ample vegetation that adds a distinct look to each home, and the community tends to take immense pride in their properties