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|Notable People from Virginia||Notable Work/Position|
|Thomas Jefferson||Founding father, principal author of the Declaration of Independence, 3rd President of the United States|
|Ella Fitzgerald||Legendary singer known as the “Queen of Jazz”|
|Richard E. Byrd||Polar explorer and Medal of Honor recipient|
|Willa Cather||Pulitzer-prize winning author whose novels chronicled American frontier life|
|Gabrielle (Gaby) Douglas||Olympic gold-medalist and first African American to win the individual all-around award|
|John James Marshall||4th Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court and the longest serving Chief Justice to date (1801 – 1835)|
|Shirley MacLaine||Award-winning actress, dancer, singer and author|
|Meriwether Lewis & William Clark||Explorers who launched the first American westward expedition|
Virginia is the 12th most populated state in the U.S. The total population of Virginia is over 8.5 million residents with 3.1 million households. The average household size is 2.6 members (based on 2017 census data). To refine your search for someone in Virginia, 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 Virginia is white, making up 69.7% of the state’s population. The median age is 38.2, with 50.8% of the total population female and 49.2% male. The most populated city is Virginia Beach with 450,435 people.
The economy of Virginia employs 4.11 million people. The median income is $71,535. Leading employers include the federal government, the military, and farming, business, and technology industries.
|Top 3 Schools||City||# of Graduates||Graduation Rate||Acceptance Rate||Most Popular Degrees|
|Liberty University||Lynchburg||19,423||52%||24%||Business Mgmt, Mkting, Health|
|George Mason||Fairfax||9,044||67%||81%||Psychology, Criminal Justice|
|Virginia Tech||Blacksburg||8,438||83%||71%||Engineering, Business, Sciences|
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Home values in Virginia have gone up 3.6% in the past year and are anticipated to rise 1.5% in 2019. The median home value is $273,400 with the median price per square foot at $162. The median rent price is $1,700. The median listing price for homes statewide is $320,000, but median price of homes that sold is $268,800.
The city with the highest home value is Arlington, with a median home value of $642,800.
|City||Avg. Home Value||Avg. Household Income|
Official Name: Virginia
Name Meaning: Virginia was named for Queen Elizabeth 1 of England, who was known as the Virgin Queen.
Nickname: Old Dominion
Constitution Ratified: 1788
Statehood: June 25, 1788 (10th State)
Total Number of Counties: 95
Largest City: Virginia Beach
Largest County (by population): Fairfax
Population (as of 2018): 8,517,685
History: Virginia was home to many Native American tribes before the arrival of several European explorers. In 1607, Jamestown was established as the first permanent English settlement in the Americas. Despite the challenges of colonial life there, more settlers arrived and began to cultivate tobacco crops to market to and satisfy European demand. To meet production needs, colonists brought in slaves and indentured servants to work the plantations in 1619, launching the institution of slavery. Virginia became a crown colony of Britain in 1624. Multiple conflicts ensued over independence from Britain and the status of local Native American tribes, indentured servants, and slaves. Ultimately, after the resolutions of the French and Indian War, the Revolutionary War, and the Civil War, Virginia rejoined the Union in 1788.