Whether you’re already at CampusEAI-USA or in the recruitment process, you’ll want to become better acquainted with Cleveland, Ohio!
Great location – great lake – Greater Cleveland. On the southern shore of one of the nation’s Great Lakes-- Lake Erie, the region includes eight counties. The city of Cleveland is in the heart of it all, within Cuyahoga County. Surrounding counties include Ashtabula, Geauga, Lake, Lorain, Medina, Portage and Summit.
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A melting pot of numerous ethnic groups, Greater Cleveland is home to more than 2.9 million people, making it the 15th largest metropolitan area in the U.S. The region contains 26 percent of Ohio’s population and the city of Cleveland is the 30th largest in the country.
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Facts at a glance
Population and statistics
City of Cleveland
- Population 472,700
- 33rd largest city in the United States
- Headquarters to both manufacturing and service industries
- More population per square mile than any other city in the state of Ohio.
- Population 1,380,800
- Most heavily populated county in Ohio with over 12 percent of the state’s population
- 25th largest county in the United States.
Cleveland-Lorain Primary Metropolitan Statistical Area (PMSA)*
- Population of 2,246,300 in six counties (Ashtabula, Cuyahoga, Geauga, Lake, Lorain, and Medina)
- 24th largest PMSA in the United States
- Contains nearly 20% of the population of the state of Ohio.
A Primary Metropolitan Statistical Area exists within a metropolitan complex of 1 million or more in population. It includes surrounding counties, which have a high degree of economic and social integration with its nucleus.
Cleveland-Akron Consolidated Metropolitan Statistical Area (CMSA)*
- Population of 2,944,500 in eight counties (Ashtabula, Cuyahoga, Geauga, Lake, Lorain, Medina, Portage, and Summit)
- 15th largest consumer market in the United States
- Comprises Cleveland and Akron PMSAs
- Contains nearly 26 percent of the state’s population--while encompassing less than 9 percent of the land area in the state
Consolidated Metropolitan Statistical Areas are groups of interdependent metropolitan areas. Each CMSA includes a metropolitan market with a population of 1 million or more, plus one or more adjoining metropolitan markets related to it by continually developed high-density urban areas and 10 percent or more workers commute.
Cleveland’s Designated Market Area (DMA)*
- Includes 17 counties with 3,916,000 residents
- Largest economic area in Ohio
- 16th largest DMA in the United States
- Contains nearly 34 percent of Ohio’s population.
A DMA is an exclusive area of all counties in which local television stations receive a preponderance of total viewing hours. Local programming reaches nearly 1.5 million households.
Yes, you’ll revel in four beautiful seasons here! With Lake Erie in your backyard, enjoy outdoor and water activities in the summer. Stroll through the brilliant-colored Metroparks in fall. Play in the snow in winter and cozy up by the fire. Welcome April showers and May flowers.
The average maximum temperature in January is 31.9F, and the daily minimum is 17.6F. Temperatures in July on average reach a daily maximum of 82.4F and the daily minimum is 61.4F Annual average precipitation is 36.6 inches of rain, 54.6 of snow.
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Good to know
Cleveland is home to many of the world’s best hospitals, as ranked by U.S. News and World Report’s “Hospitals 2010.” Please click on the following links to learn more about the world-renowned medical facilities that call the Cleveland area home.
Need to Know
Area code information
Before you dial, check the area code. There are three in the region:
216 – City of Cleveland, portions of Cuyahoga County
440 – Ashtabula, Geauga, Lake, Lorain counties, portions of Cuyahoga County
330 – Medina, Portage and Summit counties
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