25 Aberdeen Street, Stirling, On
With 2 - 4 person households, these mix of married and separated 40 - 65 year olds, with school aged children at home, earn $60,000 - $90,000 per year. They live in rural areas across Canada and own their single detached home or movable dwelling. Occupations and educations vary, but with high school and trades certificates, they find work as technical, or child care workers or as trades' people in agriculture, forestry or fisheries. They likely drive to work and spending habits for food, utilities, recreation, furniture and clothing are all slightly below average, including spending on health care. Hard working and resourceful, they likely have Western and Northern European heritage and may follow some spiritual faith such as Lutheran, United Church or Christian Reformed. This group also represents some of the rural Christian based communities such as Mennonites, further illustrating their propensity for hard work and resourcefulness. Community spirit is key to this group, providing the foundation for these strong enclaves across Canada.
Gender and Marital Status
* - Average values. Source: Generation 5.