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Median Income - Less Than High School Graduate

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Description

Median income for populations 25 years and older, Male, 2006.

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$ 31,000 - Placer County: $ 30,941 El Dorado County: $ 27,922 Shasta County: $ 26,409 Yolo County: $ 26,368 Stanislaus County: $ 26,304 Humboldt County: $ 26,250 San Mateo County: $ 26,123 Contra Costa County: $ 25,318 Santa Clara County: $ 24,915 San Bernardino County: $ 24,855 San Joaquin County: $ 24,322 Solano County: $ 23,557 Sonoma County: $ 23,379 Napa County: $ 23,178 Riverside County: $ 23,104 Alameda County: $ 22,609 San Francisco County: $ 22,526 Imperial County: $ 22,355 Orange County: $ 22,354 Ventura County: $ 22,165 Sacramento County: $ 22,077 San Diego County: $ 22,064 San Luis Obispo County: $ 22,011 California State Average: $ 21,718 Nevada County: $ 21,393 Marin County: $ 21,206 Los Angeles County: $ 20,982 Kern County: $ 20,476 Butte County: $ 20,113 Santa Barbara County: $ 20,079 Santa Cruz County: $ 19,876 Monterey County: $ 19,803 Merced County: $ 19,713 Mendocino County: $ 19,688 Yuba County: $ 19,448 Madera County: $ 19,086 Sutter County: $ 19,009 Tulare County: $ 18,617 Lake County: $ 17,436 Fresno County: $ 17,073 Kings County: $ 16,414  
$ 23,250 -
$ 15,500 -
$ 7,750 -
 

Placer County

El Dorado County

Shasta County

Yolo County

Stanislaus County

Humboldt County

San Mateo County

Contra Costa County

Santa Clara County

San Bernardino County

San Joaquin County

Solano County

Sonoma County

Napa County

Riverside County

Alameda County

San Francisco County

Imperial County

Orange County

Ventura County

Sacramento County

San Diego County

San Luis Obispo County

California State Average

Nevada County

Marin County

Los Angeles County

Kern County

Butte County

Santa Barbara County

Santa Cruz County

Monterey County

Merced County

Mendocino County

Yuba County

Madera County

Sutter County

Tulare County

Lake County

Fresno County

Kings County

 
 
CA Reference Color State Average    San Joaquin County Reference Color San Joaquin County
 
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Source of Data: U.S. Census Bureau American FactFinder
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Other Statistics for the County, its Region, and its Legislative Districts

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North
San
Joaquin
Valley

San Joaquin
Asm 10
Asm 15
Asm 17
Asm 26
US Con 11
US Con 18
Sen 5
Sen 14
San Joaquin
Asm 10
Asm 15
Asm 17
Asm 26
US Con 11
US Con 18
Sen 5
Sen 14
San Joaquin
Asm 10
Asm 15
Asm 17
Asm 26
US Con 11
US Con 18
Sen 5
Sen 14
San Joaquin
Asm 10
Asm 15
Asm 17
Asm 26
US Con 11
US Con 18
Sen 5
Sen 14
San Joaquin
Asm 10
Asm 15
Asm 17
Asm 26
US Con 11
US Con 18
Sen 5
Sen 14
San Joaquin
Asm 10
Asm 15
Asm 17
Asm 26
US Con 11
US Con 18
Sen 5
Sen 14
North
San
Joaquin
Valley

San Joaquin
San Joaquin
San Joaquin
San Joaquin
San Joaquin
 

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