In a city of 30,000 people anchored on the BYU campus in Idaho, entrepreneurs and incumbents alike have taken root and invested in the long-term future of a community they love.
Rexburg may not be the place to be - with a college town vibe in mind - but it is home to a number of private universities, some of which belong to the LDS Church, such as Brigham Young University, the University of Idaho, and Idaho State University. Others include LDS Business College, a two-year college in Salt Lake City, UT. It also has a neighbouring temple and in the winter months, when it is below freezing in strong winds, various events and events are held here.
The university began in 1888 as a small high school academy and founded Ricks College, but during this transition it began to undergo some changes, such as no intercollegiate sports program. Rexburg received an important announcement from the church in June 2000 that it would become a two-year Rick's College in the fall of 2001. This was not to happen until June 21, 2000, when the LDS Church announced that Rickers College would become a four-year university, and this became official on August 10, 2001, when the Brigham Young University of Idaho was founded.
Today, Rexburg, Idaho, is home to Brigham Young University of Idaho, which is attended by college students from around the world.
Rexburg, Idaho, is ranked number one on the list of the 100 cities with the highest number of college students in the US News & World Report, and has 78% of that total population. Rexburg Idaho has a population of 70, but is also the second most populous city in Idaho, after Boise State University.
Rexburg, Idaho, ranks first on the list of the 100 cities with the highest number of college students in the U.S. News & World Report and has the second highest proportion of women who have never been married, after Boise State University. Rexburg Idaho ranks second in the percentage of men who have never married and third in the rate of men who have never married in Idaho, behind Boise and Boise City, Boise County, but still ahead of Idaho City and Idaho State, which both have a population of 70,000 or less than 10% of their total population who have never married or will never be married. It also ranks second for women in the top 10 cities with the lowest percentage of men and women in America, just behind Boise.
Compared to the state of Idaho, Rexburg is about 22.5% smaller (44%) than the US average of 50% in the percentage of people who are single for some reason. Compared to the City of Idaho, Boise County, Idaho State University, and the State of Boise, it is also small in terms of the number of single people in the area, divided by unmarried, divorced, or widowed women, and the percentage of women who have never been married or will never be married.
If we look at the population density of Rexburg, measured in people per square mile, Figure 6 provides a breakdown of population by age, gender, race / ethnicity, and education level, as well as information on the percentage of single and lone women in the region. Figure 33 shows demographics by age group within the Rexburg metro area, by age groups of men and women, by gender and age at graduation. Figure 34 shows demographic breakdown for the demographic group of women and men, which differ by age and gender.
The next demographic analysis looks at the largest intergenerational Rexburg population group and can be a good starting point for employment - related research and analysis of employment trends in the region. It can be a great starting point for research in the fields of employment, education, health and employment. The next demographic analysis, Figure 8, examines the largest demographic group within the Rexburg metro area, by age group of men and women, and by gender at graduation.
Among the most important findings of this chart is that Rexburg, Idaho, has the second-highest proportion of men in the subway area (32.6% of the total population) with an average age of 25 or older. It is shown that the median age at graduation, broken down by gender, men and women, shows a strong correlation between the number of women and men in higher education and their employment status.
Rexburg has a population that was born outside the country, which is the second smallest in the region compared to the populations of other places. It is about a third the percentage of the population born abroad. Second, it has the third largest proportion of U.S. citizens (14.5%) and is slightly larger than Teton, Idaho (15.6%), where the highest proportion of citizens were born within the United States (16.2%). The population of Rexburg, with an average age of 25 years or older of 26.1 years, is significantly smaller than the population of its area (13.3%, up from 14% in 2010) and the largest of all cities with inhabitants born within the United States.