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|Notable People from Vermont||Notable Work/Position|
|Bennett “Ben” Cohen, Jerry Greenfield||Co-founders of Ben & Jerry’s premium ice cream, yogurt, and sorbet manufacturer|
|Emma Bailey||First American woman auctioneer|
|Bernard “Bernie” Sanders||U.S. Representative, U.S. Senator, unsuccessful Democratic nominee for President 2016, running again in 2020|
|Louise Glück||U.S. Poet Laureate (2003-2004), Pulitzer Prize for Poetry (1993)|
|John Irving||Novelist, screenwriter, Academy Award Winner for Best Adapted Screenplay 1999 for The Cider House Rules|
|Rachel Oakes Preston||Founding member of the Seventh-Day Church|
|William Griffith Wilson, “Bill W.”||Co-founder of Alcoholics Anonymous|
|Annie Proulx||Novelist, Pulitzer Prize winner for Fiction 1994|
Vermont is the 49th most populated state in the U.S. The total population of Vermont is 626,299 residents with over 258,535 households. The average household size is 2.3 members (based on 2017 census data). To refine your search for someone in Vermont, consider the age, gender, and demographic of your subject to ensure you’re on the right track.
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The predominant race in Vermont is white, making up 92.5% of the state’s population. The median age is 42.6, with 50.6% of the total population female and 49.4% male. The most populated city is Burlington with 42,239 people.
The economy of Vermont employs 299,000 people. The median income is $57,808. Leading economic industries in Vermont include agriculture (livestock and crops), manufacturing, mining, and business, financial services.
|Top 3 Schools||City||# of Graduates||Graduation Rate||Acceptance Rate||Most Popular Degrees|
|Univ. of Vermont||Burlington||3,097||74.2%||68.9%||Business, Psychology, Environmental|
|Norwich Univ.||Northfield||1,171||58.0%||70.0%||Military Science, Criminal Justice|
|Champlain Univ.||Burlington||1,009||62.2%||70.0%||Business, Computer Forensics|
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Home values in Vermont have gone up 4.0% in the past year and are anticipated to rise 1.8% in 2019. The median home value is $202,500 with the median price per square foot at $159. The median rent price is $1,800. The median listing price for homes statewide is $274,000.
The city with the highest home value is Burlington, with a median home value of $321,700.
|City||Avg. Home Value||Avg. Household Income|
Official Name: Vermont
Name Meaning: Vermont is the English derivation of “Verd Mont” (green mountain in French). The French explorer Samuel de Champlain called the mountains of Vermont “Verd Mont” on his map dated 1647.
Nickname: The Green Mountain State
Constitution Ratified: 1791
Statehood: March 4, 1791 (14th State)
Total Number of Counties: 14
Largest City: Burlington
Largest County (by population): Chittenden County
Population (as of 2018): 626,299
History: Vermont was home to many Native American tribes before the arrival of European explorers. The French first laid claim to the area in the early 1600s. The first settlement and fur trading post was established in 1666. The British then arrived in 1724 and allied themselves with indigenous tribes not tied to the French. Battles waged for dominion of the area, resulting in the French and Indian War in 1754. The War ended in 1763, with Britain emerging the victor and gaining control of Vermont. During the American Revolution, the people of Vermont sought independence, and in 1777 declared Vermont a separate republic. After the Revolutionary War, and much wrangling between the new Union and the republic of Vermont, Vermont agreed to join the United States in 1791, becoming the 14th state to do so.