Recently ranked by Forbes List as the 7th-fastest growing city in the county, Bismarck’s population has grown by a whopping 20% in the past decade. This is largely due to North Dakota’s huge oil and natural gas “fracking” industries.
The lucrative industry has resulted in a flood of midwesterners from all over the country moving here to take advantage of the high-paying oil field jobs that often require little to no experience or college degrees (but pay just as much).
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As Bismarck has steadily and quickly grown in the past 20 years, it has been able to greatly improve its local school system and add more public parks and facilities for residents. Although the city may seem isolated, the cost of living and beautiful public spaces are usually able to make up for this. As a center for healthcare in the region, there are multiple large hospitals and medical facilities that draw in those in need of health and medical care from all over North Dakota.
Based on the latest data from the U.S. Census Bureau, there are currently 73,529 locals living in Bismarck. Here’s the latest racial makeup report:
- 2.5% Black/African American
- 90.3% White
- 2.6% Hispanic/Latino
- 0.8% Asian
The median income for Bismarck residents is just over $63,600 annually, and the percentage of the population at or below the poverty line is 9.5%
- Bismarck was initially named Edwinton in 1872 after Edwin L. Johnson, a supporter of the transcontinental railroad.
- Edwinton had its name changed in 1873 to Bismarck by the northern pacific Railway company to honor Otto Von Bismarck, to attract German investors and immigrant settlers.
- Bismarck Tribune, a local newspaper, has been publishing news about Bismarck since 1873 and is still running today.
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