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New Jersey Median Age

Median Age in Largest Cities


RankMedian Age
1.Newark30.80
2.Jersey City32.40
3.Paterson30.50
4.Elizabeth32.60
5.Edison36.30
6.Toms River39.70
7.Trenton32.20
8.Camden27.20
9.Clifton38.80
10.Passaic28.60
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Cities with Lowest Median Age (Population 5,000+)


RankMedian Age
1.McGuire AFB22.40
2.Lakewood23.10
3.New Brunswick23.60
4.Princeton24.70
5.Glassboro27.10
6.Camden27.20
7.Passaic28.60
8.Hoboken30.40
9.Paterson30.50
10.Asbury Park30.60
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Cities with Highest Median Age (Population 5,000+)


RankMedian Age
1.Crestwood Village75.80
2.Holiday City-Berkeley75.80
3.Margate City49.80
4.Spring Lake Heights48.30
5.Ocean City47.80
6.Mountainside46.40
7.Englewood Cliffs44.80
8.Cedar Grove44
9.Roseland44
10.Florham Park43.80
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Cities with Lowest Median Age (Population 500+)


RankMedian Age
1.McGuire AFB22.40
2.Seabrook Farms22.90
3.Lakewood23.10
4.New Brunswick23.60
5.Princeton24.70
6.Glassboro27.10
7.Camden27.20
8.Passaic28.60
9.Hoboken30.40
10.Paterson30.50
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Cities with Highest Median Age (Population 500+)


RankMedian Age
1.Rossmoor76.80
2.Clearbrook Park76.50
3.Crestwood Village75.80
4.Holiday City-Berkeley75.80
5.Pine Ridge at Crestwood75.40
6.Leisure Knoll75.30
7.Cedar Glen Lakes74.80
8.Concordia74.20
9.Leisuretowne74.20
10.Cedar Glen West72.60
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