Chandler is snuggled in Maricopa County, Arizona and is bordered by Tempe, Mesa, and Phoenix, Arizona. It possesses an area of 58 sq. miles. Its total population is 254,276 Male percentage of the population is 48.4% and females are 51.6%. The median resident age is 34.1 years. 73.3% population is Caucasian, 8.2% is Asian, 8.2 %t is American Indian, and the remaining 12.7% of the population belongs to different races. Christianity is the major religion in the town.
Chandler has an exceptional education system. It has its own university and structured system of professional education. Top rated educational institutions in the town are chandler unified school district, Kyrene Elementary School District, Gilbert Public School, Parochial Schools, Chandler Gilbert community college, Western International University and Chandler University. Student to teacher ratio is 21:1. 89.8% of residents completed a high school education, 80.4% passed college exams, 69.4% passed their associate degree, 53.3% attained a Bachelors degree, 14.6% completed a Masters Degree and 4.1% passed a Professional degree exam.
Chandler has a stable economy. The per Capita income in the town is $32,477. The median household income is $71,567. Its economy changes from agriculture to high-tech industry. The unemployment rate is 5.5% in the area. 8.6 percent of the residents are living below poverty level, which is 72 % lower than the national poverty level.