Quick Summary of 10038 - New York, NY
The Overall Health Index in 10038 - New York, NY is 69, ranking 10,295 out of 32,989 ZIP Codes in the United States.
An estimate of 22,300 residents live in 10038 - New York, NY with a median age of 35.7 years. 10.9 percent of the population is under the age of 18, and 14.1 percent of the population is at least 65 years of age. 35.4 percent of the residents in 10038 is currently married, and 49.2 percent of the population has never been married. It is estimated that 35.2 percent of the population over the age of 25 have a bachelor's begree. 24.8 percent of the population living in 10038 have a professional or graduate degree.
The monthly median household income in 10038 is $6,909. The monthly median housing costs for residents in 10038 - New York, NY is approximately $1,929. That means the residents typically spend about 27.9 percent of their income on housing. The national average ratio of a resident spending their income on housing is 21.9 percent.
4.6 percent of the population in 10038 - New York, NY drive to work alone. 55.4 percent of the people take some form of public transportation like the bus or the train to work. Approximately 58.5 percent of the residents get to work in less than 30 minutes. 8.5 percent of the residents in 10038 get to work in more than 60 minutes. The average household size is approximately 2.22 members with about 0.25 cars available per household. Approximately 79 percent of the households in 10038 - New York, New York do not have own a car. It is estimated that 8.7 percent of households in the United States do not own a car.
29.5 percent of the residents have some type of public health insurance like Medicare, Medicaid, VA, or TRICARE. About 71.8 percent of the residents have private health insurance, either through their employer or direct purchase. Military veterans should know that 0 percent of the residents in the ZIP Code of 10038 have VA health insurance. Also, 0.6 percent of the residents receive TRICARE.
A resident in 10038 - New York, NY would have to travel an average of 2 miles to reach the nearest hospital with an emergency room, Mount Sinai Beth Israel Medical Center. In a 20-mile radius, there are 50,111 physicians accessible to residents who live in 10038 - New York, NY.