A Diverse Region Next Door to D.C.

Minutes from the nation’s capital, Fairfax County is the most diverse region in Virginia with more than 51 percent of the population identifying as Asian, African-American or another race.

With 1.1 million residents, the region’s growing population is one of the main reasons for the region’s dynamic economy. Since the 2010 Census, Fairfax County’s population grew at 8.7 percent compared to Virginia’s 10.2 percent growth rate. With a median household income for county residents at $145,164, the county ranks as the seventh-richest county in the nation.

The diversity, growth and highly educated talent pool ensures that companies can find the people and skills needed to drive innovation forward.

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David Kelley

David Kelley

Director, National Business Investment


Rankings & Facts


Residents who speak a language other than English


Population that identifies as Asian, African-American or other race


Median age