In 2010 Middlesex county had 915 religious congregations with an estimated 923,929 members.
The residents of Middlesex County filed 797,830 federal tax returns in 2017. This amount represents 23.4% of all Massachusetts filings and 0.535% of the entire nation. Middlesex had an astronomical combined total federal tax liability of $18,129,901,000 on earned income of $90,164,314,000. Other notable statistics from Middlesex County were 32,240 unemployment claims which collected a total of $238,376,000 and 276,750 charitable contributions valued at $2,034,411,000. 291,800 filings from Middlesex County paid a combined total of $2,262,236,000 in property taxes and 237,790 filings paid $2,400,955,000 on mortgage interest costs.
|Top 15 Industries in Middlesex County.|
|Total # Employed||Industry Job Type|
|124,041||Health care and social assistance|
|111,444||Professional, scientific, and technical services|
|65,749||Administrative and support and waste management and remediation services|
|64,105||Administrative and support services|
|59,109||Accommodation and food services|
|52,911||Food services and drinking places|
|45,469||Restaurants and other eating places|
|41,470||Ambulatory health care services|
|34,471||General medical and surgical hospitals|
|32,786||Research and development in the physical, engineering, and life sciences|
In 2018 the average price reduction was 2.77% in Middlesex County (averaging across 19 zip codes a sample of which are; 1887, 1450, 1852, 1752 and 1879).
In 2018 19.26% of listings in Middlesex County (averaging across 34 zip codes a sample of which are; 1746, 1854, 1864, 2459 and 1867) dropped their price.
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