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Fall River Population: 89,049

Total Males: 42,182
Total Females: 46,867
Median Household Income: $34,437
Total Households: 37,718

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Brief Information About Fall River


The city of Fall River is a city in the Bristol County. It is located on the eastern shore of Mount Hope Bay which is almost at the mouth of the river Taunton. The LNG sector offers plenty of earning oppurtunitie and it is also the principal industry of the region. There are also a substantial number of tourists in the region which offers a plenty of oppurtunities for the locals.The transportation sector is quite advanced and is a source of earning. So is the service sector, which is the main source of income for the residents of the town. There are a number of museums and buildings which are popular visiting spots, and are frequented by visitors from outside the town. Tourism is a major source of income.



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