How many people live in Milwaukee?

0.4 million residents live in the Milwaukee area, making it the fifth most populated metro area in the country.

The average age in Milwaukee is 44, the highest in the nation.

And, according to the latest census, about 11 percent of Milwaukee residents have a bachelor’s degree.

But the city is also a destination for retirees and people who like to travel.

For instance, the Milwaukee Brewers and the Milwaukee Bucks play games at Wrigley Field, and the city has its own airport.

You can see all of the numbers in this interactive map:Milwaukee has some of the most affluent neighborhoods in the U.S., and the metro area is home to some of America’s top colleges.

The metro area has a median income of $82,400, and about 12 percent of residents live below the poverty line, according the Brookings Institution.

It’s also home to more than one million people, making up more than 1.6 percent of the state’s population.

But that’s not to say Milwaukee has it all figured out.

For starters, Milwaukee has one of the lowest unemployment rates in the United States, and more than 10 percent of adults there have a job.

But many of those jobs pay a minimum wage, and others are low-paying.

Milwaukee also has a high cost of living, and many people who can’t afford to live elsewhere can find themselves in a bind.

According to the Brookings Institute, the average cost of housing in Milwaukee was $1,500 in January 2018, and that number is projected to rise to $2,000 by 2021.

And the median house price is $1.8 million.

In addition, many people can’t find affordable housing.

The Brookings report notes that many areas of the U-District are among the most expensive for rentals in the city, with median rents for a one-bedroom apartment near the University of Wisconsin-Madison soaring by more than 70 percent from 2016 to 2019.

In addition, the Brookings report says the unemployment rate in the metro is 11.6%, and the unemployment in the entire state of Wisconsin is 6.3%.

While those rates are lower than some of Milwaukee’s other metro areas, they still represent a significant challenge for residents who can not afford to stay in their current housing.

For those who want to get to know Milwaukee more personally, the University at Buffalo is offering a free virtual tour of the city.