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Race and Ethnicity Distribution in South Shore

Source: census.gov
  • 2020
  • 2019
  • 2018
  • 2017
  • 2016
  • 2015
  • 2014
  • 2013
  • 244

    White (Non-Hispanic)

  • 0

    Other (Hispanic)

  • 4

    White (Hispanic)

In 2020, South Shore, SD had 244 White (Non-Hispanic) residents, Infinity times more than any other race or ethnicity.

0 Other (Hispanic) and 4 White (Hispanic) residents lived in South Shore, SD in 2020, which were the second and third largest ethnic groups.

Hispanic people 4 made up 1.6% of the population of South Shore, SD.

Foreign-born Population in South Shore

Source: census.gov
  • 2020
  • 2019
  • 2018
  • 2017
  • 2016
  • 2015
  • 0% 0

    2020 FOREIGN-BORN POPULATION

  • 0% 0

    2019 FOREIGN-BORN POPULATION

As of 2020, 0% of citizens in South Shore, SD (0) were born abroad. This was down from the national average of 13.5% and higher than 0% in 2019, which means there was a decline in the overseas-born population rate.

Foreign-born Population in South Shore by Country

Source: census.gov
  • 2020
  • 2019
  • 2018
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  • 2016
  • 2015
  • 2014
  • 1.Mexico

    3,374 ± 1,423 people

  • 2.Guatemala

    2,573 ± 1,243 people

  • 3.Ethiopia

    2,306 ± 1,177 people

In 2020, Mexico was the most common birthplace of foreign-born citizens of South Dakota, followed by Guatemala and Ethiopia.

3,374 South Dakota residents were born in Mexico, 2,573 in Guatemala, and 2,306 in Ethiopia.

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Population With Citizenship in South Shore

Source: census.gov
  • 2020
  • 2019
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  • 2014
  • 2013
  • 100.0%

    2020 CITIZENSHIP

  • 100.0%

    2019 CITIZENSHIP

As of 2020, 100.0% of residents in South Shore, SD were US citizens. This was higher than the national average of 100.0% and higher than 100.0% in 2019, which means the rate of citizenship was dropping.

Households and Families in South Shore

Source: census.gov

South Shore Renter vs Owner Occupied by Household Type

South Shore Household Types

81.0%

Rate of Home Ownership

Type
Owner
Renter
Non Family50%50%
Female100%-
Male100%-
All81%19%
Married98%2%

Households in South Shore by Type

Source: census.gov
Type
Count
PercentageOwned
All116100%81
Married5144%98
Non Family4236.2%50
Male1412.1%100
Female97.8%100
2.68
Average Family Size
2.21
Average Household Size

Language Usage in South Shore

Source: census.gov
  • All Ages
  • 5-17
  • 18-64
  • 65+

Languages in South Shore by Age

95.29% of residents in South Shore speak only English, while 4.71% speak other languages. The most common non-English language is Other Indo-European Languages, which is spoken by 2.35% of the population.

Median Household Income Trend in South Shore

Source: census.gov
  • $47,206 ±11876

    2020 VALUE

  • 11.07% ±27.94%

    1 YEAR GROWTH

In 2020, the median annual household income in South Shore, SD was $47,206, which was less than that of the entire United States ($64,994).

This was also a 11.07% up on the previous year ($42,500 in 2019).

Salary of Common Jobs in South Shore by Sex

Source: census.gov
  • 2020
  • 2019
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  • 2015
  • 2014
  • $63823 ± $17007

    AVERAGE MALE SALARY IN SOUTH DAKOTA

  • $54308 ± $15954

    AVERAGE FEMALE SALARY IN SOUTH DAKOTA

In 2020, full-time male employees in South Dakota got paid 1.18 times more than female employees.

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Salary of Common Jobs in South Shore by Race and Ethnicity

Source: census.gov
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HIGHEST AVERAGE SALARIES BY RACE & ETHNICITY IN SOUTH DAKOTA

  • White

    $54609 ± $11724

  • Two or More Races

    $49933 ± $32101

  • Asian

    $47150 ± $33406

In 2020, White was the highest-paid race/ethnicity of South Dakota employees, earning 1.09 times more than Two or More Races workers, who made the second highest salary of any race/ethnicity in South Dakota.

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Poverty Rate in South Shore

Source: census.gov
Name
Total
In Poverty
Poverty Rate
  • 11.37%
    Overall Poverty Rate
  • 9.79%
    Male Poverty Rate
  • 13.39%
    Female Poverty Rate
Poverty in South Shore by Race

has the highest poverty rate than any other race in South Shore, with below the poverty level.

has the lowest poverty rate than any other race in South Shore, with below the poverty level.

Poverty Rate in South Shore by Education Level

Source: census.gov
14.29%
Less Than 9th Grade
2.25%
High School
23.44%
Some College
3.45%
Bachelors or Greater

Poverty Rate in South Shore by Employment Status and Sex

Source: census.gov
6.94%
Female Employed
0%
Female Unemployed
7.69%
Male Employed
0%
Male Unemployed

Employment Status in South Shore by Age

Source: census.gov
  • Labor Force Participation
  • Employment Rate
  • Unemployment Rate
73.1%
Labor Force Participation
73.1%
Employment Rate
0%
Unemployment Rate

Employment Status in South Shore by Race

Source: census.gov
  • Labor Force Participation
  • Employment Rate
  • Unemployment Rate

Employment Status in South Shore by Education Level

Source: census.gov
  • Labor Force Participation
  • Employment Rate
  • Unemployment Rate

Veteran Population in South Shore by War

Source: census.gov
29 Number of Veterans
War
Veterans
Second Gulf War8
First Gulf War6
Vietnam15
Korea-
World War II-

Veteran Population in South Shore by Age

Source: census.gov
Age Group
Veterans
65 to 7415
35 to 548
55 to 644
18 to 342
75+1

Veteran Population in South Shore by Race

Source: census.gov
  • Count
  • Percentage
Name
Veterans
% of Total
Black--
white3014.78%
Two Or More Races--
Asian--
Hispanic--
Native American--
Other Race--
Islander--