Learn More About the Population of Monaco

The data from Monaco’s 2016 census has recently been released. The survey, which is carried out on average every ten years, provides a captivating snapshot of how many people call the Principality home (as of June 7th, 2016), as well as who they are and where they live. It’s a valuable resource for anyone looking to buy or rent an apartment in Monaco, or do business in the Principality. So what can we learn from the report’s key figures?

 LCPM Rent an apartment in Monaco Figures at a glanceThe population of Monaco in numbers

• 37,308 – the estimated Monaco residential population
• 46.5 – the average age of a resident in Monaco
• 139 – the number of nationalities who reside in Monaco
• 8,378 – total Monegasque population (or 22.5% of the total population)
• 9,286 – total number of French nationals residing in Monaco
• 8,172 – total number of Italian nationals residing in Monaco
• 2,795 – total number of British nationals residing in Monaco

Where does the population of Monaco live?

LCPM Rent an apartment in Monaco population spread

1. Monte-Carlo, 22% of the population (8,259 residents)
2. La Rousse, 19% of the population (7,087 residents)
3. La Condamine, 14% of the population (5,141 residents)
4. Jardin Exotique, 14% of the population (5,117 residents)
5. Fontvieille, 12% of the population (4,420 residents)
6. Les Moneghetti, 11% of the population (4,195 residents)
7. Larvotto, 5% of the population (2,026 residents)
8. Monaco-Ville, 3% of the population (1,064 residents)

An overview of housing in Monaco

The census reports a total of 19,534 residential units in Monaco. Of this figure, 89% were primary residences with an average of 2.9 rooms.

Where are these residences located?

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Number of rooms per primary residence?

A three room, two bedroom property is the most popular:
1. 3 rooms – 29.5%
2. 2 rooms – 26.9%
3. 4 rooms – 17%
4. Studio – 15.3%
5. 5 rooms – 6.6%
6. 6 + rooms – 4.6%

Employment data in Monaco

• 23% of residents over the age of 17 hold a master’s degree or higher
• 46% of residents are employed
• 32.6% of residents are retired or no longer in business
• 90% of employed residents work in Monaco
• 35.2% of employed residents walk to work
• 1/3rd of the working population is self-employed or a company director

What else can we learn about living in Monaco from the 2016 Census?

• 1.4 – the average number of cars per household
• 25 % – the number of residences with at least one pet
• 77.8 % – the number of primary residences with an internet connection

Source: Monaco 2016 Population Census

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