The median age is 36, which is much younger than the State and the U.S. numbers. From the 124,282 total populations, 70,007 are in the workforce. In a few years the 20.4% of children under the age of 14 living and attending great schools in Coral Springs are going to be the next generation of well-educated workforce.
Much credit for the excellent skills of the Coral Springs workforce can be given to the excellent educational institutions from K-12 to college. The exceptional education reflects in Coral Springs being a high income and low unemployment city and it significantly outperforms Florida and the U.S. with 37% of its adult population holding college or graduate degrees. With a variety of degree programs being offered in the nearby universities and with more qualified residents than the current companies in the city can fill jobs; we have the depth and breadth to fill a range of positions.
A slim majority of the population is white 52.6% but the ethnic minorities - Black, Asian and Hispanic – are each outpacing the growth of its white population. In addition, 34% of the population in Coral Springs speaks a language other than English at home, which demonstrates that the professionals in the city are more culturally and linguistically diverse, providing additional competitive advantages to employers in the global marketplace.