Clay County is a county in the U.S. state of Florida, FL with an estimated population of 216,072 as of July 1, 2018 and is thus ranked 186 in the United States.
In contrast to the 2010 census, the population of Clay County was still 190,865. This means that the 2018 population percent change from 2010 population of Clay County has risen by 13.2%.
Clay County is formed in 1858 and covers an total area of 643.55 square miles. This area is divided into 604.36 square miles land area and 39.19 square miles water area. Density per square kilometre of land area are 315.8 of population in 124.9 housing units.
There were 75,478 housing units in the whole of Clay County for the 2010 census with 68.792 total households, 52.419 of them family households. At the 1990 census, the population of Clay County was still 105,986. 2011 population percent change from 1990 population of Clay County was still 80,09 %, or expressed in detail 84.879 inhabitants. 2017 ACS Population - High School Diploma or more as a percent of 2017 ACS Population - Population 25 and over was 91.1% (percent) and is ranked number 753 of all counties in the United States.
Labor Force 2018 in Clay County was 106,276 and is ranked number 308, with a Unemployment Rate 2018 of 3.3 % (percent), which is ranked on number 2135 of all counties in the United States. Median Household Income 2017 was $65,375 (percent), which is ranked on number 360 of all counties in the United States. To the area of Clay County also includes Jacksonville, FL Metropolitan Statistical Area and Jacksonville-St. Marys-Palatka, FL-GA Combined Statistical Area.