The Tampa Bay area of Florida has a rich history. The bay area was once called home by indigenous people. Being close to the water gave the early settlers a source of food, travel, and basic survival. Since then, the city of Tampa has risen to become the second largest city in Florida (population). According to the Tampa Bay Tribune, in 2017, Tampa, and the surrounding area, has seen an uptick in job opportunities. This could mean a population is boom is on its way, as someone will need to fill the abundance of openings.
Tampa is the third largest city in Florida with a population that breaks 375,000 residents. The coastal city is bordered by Tampa Bay, which is an inlet of the Gulf of Mexico. For the most part, Tampa is considered a “white-collar city.” According to Neighborhoodscout, 86.05% are considered white-collar employees. In other words, these individuals work in office jobs, like sales. The education level of Tampa is considered high. 35.53% of the residents have a four year college degree, that’s higher than the national average of 21.84%. In comparison to Florida, Tampa is a young city. Data from AreaVibes tells us that the median age of Tampa is about 16% lower than the state of Florida.
If you’re looking for some fun in the sun, the Tampa area is home to a bevy family-friendly activities including amusement parks, animal preservations, and museums. Some points of interest are Busch Gardens Tampa Bay, Adventure Island, the Florida Aquarium, Zoo Tampa at Lowry Park, and Glazer Children’s Museum. To add on, Tampa is home to the Raymond James Stadium and Amalie Arena, homes of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Tampa Bay Lightning, respectively. If these attractions don’t fit your fancy, there are plenty of others to choose from.
If you’re looking to check out something more formal, Tampa’s “Ybor City” neighborhood is right up your alley. The area was developed by Cuban and Spanish cigar-factory workers in the early 20th century. This neighborhood is filled with dining and nightlife options.
While Tampa is not the most populated city in Florida, it is filled with married couples. The rationale that validates this statement are statistics provided by AreaVibes. Their Marital Status graph tells us that 41% of the male population and 38% of the woman population are married.
That being said, it’s not all rainbows and daisies in this sunny city. The same graph shows us that 11% of the male population is divorced and 15% of the female population is divorced. These rates give Tampa the one of the highest divorce rates among major cities in Florida. If you are considering a divorce, meet with a divorce attorney to discuss your options.]
Blair Chan, III, has years of experience handling a variety of family law cases including different types of divorce, divorce modification, child custody, child support, and prenuptial and premarital agreements. Mr. Chan’s honesty, forthcomingness, and calm demeanor will help you relax during a stressful period of your life. Blair Chan will aim to only represent you in the best light. If you are a married couple living in the Tampa Bay area or Pasco County and a divorce is imminent, contact the law offices of Blair Chan, III, to schedule a consultation.