Glendale has the 2192nd largest population in the United States. The population shrank by 0.1% from 2010 to 2015, which was slower than the national average. Glendale is part of the Milwaukee metro area. Unemployment in the Milwaukee area is 4%, which is lower than the national average, and is getting better. Milwaukee has the 36th largest local economy in the US, and a high cost of living. The average pay for jobs in Glendale is below average at $48,170, and the median cost of a home in Glendale is $208,200, which is above the national average. 52% of workers in Glendale hold a bachelors degree or higher (above average), and 94% of workers have a high school degree (above average). Driving to work is especially common in Glendale. 75% of Glendale workers drive to work alone, 6% take public transit, 10% carpool, and 8% walk. People in Glendale spend an average of 21 minutes commuting to work, which is shorter than the national average of 26 minutes.