Alaska Local and Regional Information

Please note: There is an important distinction between the local/regional employment data and our “standard” employment series. Read more here.

Anchor Point CDP

Anchor Point is an unincorporated CDP located on the Kenai Peninsula, about 15 miles north of Homer on the Anchor River.

Worker Characteristics    (Text file of all years)

  2012
Residents age 16 and over 1,658
Residents employed 818
Female workers 403
Male workers 415
Workers age 45 and over 408
Workers age 50 and over 318
Total wages $28,606,008
Sector employed in
Private 640
Local government 146
State government 32
Peak quarterly employment 715
Workers employed all 4 quarters 532
New hires 311
Unemployment insurance claimants 210

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Source: Alaska Department of Labor and Workforce Development, Research and Analysis Section. Last updated September 2016.

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Occupations    (Text file of all years)

2012 Top Occupations  (go to expanded occupations page)
Note: Values in this table represent resident workers only.
 Number of workers FemaleMaleAge 45 and overAge 50 and over
Operating Engineers and Other Construction Equipment Operators oil and gas occupation TOP JOB 39 237 2116
Personal Care Aides 30 255 1210
Cashiers 25 187 97
Retail Salespersons 23 149 75
Maids and Housekeeping Cleaners 22 211 119
Teachers and Instructors, All Other 22 184 1612
Recreational Therapists 17 161 105
Nursing Assistants 15 132 43
Roustabouts, Oil and Gas oil and gas occupation 15 015 86
Heavy and Tractor-Trailer Truck Drivers oil and gas occupation 15 114 75
Construction Laborers oil and gas occupation 14 212 54
Office Clerks, General 14 122 55
Maintenance and Repair Workers, General 12 111 84
Cooks, Restaurant 11 65 53
General and Operations Managers oil and gas occupation maritime occupation TOP JOB 11 47 76
Registered Nurses TOP JOB 10 100 98
Bartenders 10 91 54
Combined Food Preparation and Serving Workers, Including Fast Food 10 82 33
Janitors and Cleaners, Except Maids and Housekeeping Cleaners 10 28 75
Office and Administrative Support Workers, All Other oil and gas occupation 10 100 54
Bookkeeping, Accounting, and Auditing Clerks 10 100 96
Welders, Cutters, Solderers, and Brazers oil and gas occupation maritime occupation TOP JOB 10 010 22
Light Truck or Delivery Services Drivers 9 18 53
Sailors and Marine Oilers oil and gas occupation maritime occupation 8 17 33
Meat, Poultry, and Fish Cutters and Trimmers 8 17 11

oil and gas occupation means the occupation has been identified as an important occupation involved in the oil and gas industry. Read more.
priority maritime occupation means the occupation has been identified as an important occupation involved in the maritime industry. Read more.
TOP JOB means the occupation is projected to have a high growth rate and numerous openings, and has an above average wage. Read more.



Source: Alaska Department of Labor and Workforce Development, Research and Analysis Section. Last updated September 2016.

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Industries    (Text file of all years)   (industry categories)

2012 Workers by Industry
 Number of workersPercent of total employed FemaleMaleAge 45 and overAge 50 and over
Natural Resources and Mining81 9.9 1071 4534
Construction54 6.6 450 2117
Manufacturing25 3.1 619 66
Trade, Transportation and Utilities174 21.3 72102 8064
Information9 1.1 54 65
Financial Activities8 1.0 62 41
Professional and Business Services55 6.7 1837 2721
Educational and Health Services100 12.2 8317 4936
Leisure and Hospitality100 12.2 6832 3325
State Government32 3.9 824 2119
Local Government146 17.8 10541 9373
Other34 4.2 1816 2317

Industry chart

Number of Workers with Experience in Industry 2008–2012
Accomodation and food services260 Management of companies and enterprises2
Administration and support and waste management82 Manufacturing79
Agriculture, forestry, fishing and hunting23 Mining112
Arts, entertainment and recreation28 Professional, scientific and technical services49
Construction164 Real estate and rental and leasing17
Educational services5 State government57
Finance and insurance13 Trade245
Health care and social assistance194 Transportation and warehousing131
Information28 Utilities21



Source: Alaska Department of Labor and Workforce Development, Research and Analysis Section. Last updated September 2016.

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Population Estimates    (Population Estimates page)

YearPopulation
20101,930
20112,004
20122,020
20132,054
20142,075
20152,061
20162,055
20172,047
20182,057

Population estimates chart


Source: Alaska Department of Labor and Workforce Development, Research and Analysis Section.

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2010 Census   (Demographic profile   ExcelPDFText)

Age and Sex
 TotalMaleFemale
Total1,9301,025905
Under 5 years1055055
5 to 9 years1065749
10 to 14 years1065848
15 to 19 years1106644
20 to 24 years753738
25 to 29 years1134964
30 to 34 years814140
35 to 39 years984850
40 to 44 years1136548
45 to 49 years1629567
50 to 54 years214111103
55 to 59 years230106124
60 to 64 years1468462
65 to 69 years1227745
70 to 74 years673829
75 to 79 years462422
80 to 84 years241410
85 years and over1257
Median age
BothMaleFemale
47.147.446.5

Age/sex chart


Race
 NumberPercent
White1,74190.2
Black50.3
American Indian/AK Native733.8
Asian180.9
Pacific Islander10.1
Other70.4
Two or more races854.4

Race chart


Household and Family Size
Average household size2.30
Average family size2.87
Vacancy Rates
Total housing units1,239
Homeowner vacancy rate4.0%
Rental vacancy rate14.4%

To see more census data, visit our 2010 Census website.


Source: United States Census Bureau.

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