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Find a Business Near: Cary, NC

Cary Population: 136,627

Total Males: 67,051
Total Females: 69,576
Median Household Income: $91,349
Total Households: 50,422

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Brief Information About Cary

Cary, the 7th largest city in North Carolina, is located in the twin counties of Chatham and Wake, despite many claiming that Cary is located almost entirely in the Wake County. The city covers a total area of about 112.7 sq. kms., elevated by about 480 ft above the sea level. The local economy mainly consists of accounting firms, adult and continuing education centers, advertising agencies, air conditioning and heating equipment supply and servicing, alcoholism treatment and information centers, household appliance sales and service, restaurants, arbitration and mediation centers, auto sales and maintenance, auto dealerships of both used and new cars, beer shops, beauty salons, book keeping services, book publishers and many other small and medium sized businesses.

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