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California County Comparison - Fiscal, Economics, and Population - Table

Median Income - Some College / Associate Degree

Focus on Butte County

Description

Median income for populations 25 years and older, Total, 2005 to 2009. Click on the county name to see a graph showing the trend of this data over time.

County 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009
State Average $ 35,861 $ 36,015 $ 36,958 $ 37,134 $ 35,643
Alameda County $ 40,449 $ 39,749 $ 41,155 $ 41,157 $ 39,107
Butte County $ 26,446 $ 27,718 $ 25,881 $ 28,397 $ 28,006
Contra Costa County $ 41,884 $ 41,306 $ 42,614 $ 44,474 $ 41,466
El Dorado County $ 37,092 $ 37,982 $ 35,848 $ 36,469 $ 36,145
Fresno County $ 31,905 $ 31,407 $ 31,588 $ 31,048 $ 30,445
Humboldt County $ 25,097 $ 25,393 $ 25,259 $ 25,629 $ 28,071
Imperial County $ 35,093 $ 32,347 $ 31,889 $ 30,463 $ 27,809
Kern County $ 32,772 $ 30,678 $ 31,467 $ 32,735 $ 36,003
Kings County $ 29,253 $ 34,283 $ 33,931 $ 34,861 $ 31,972
Lake County $ 25,409 $ 25,192 $ 22,976 $ 30,532 $ 22,203
Los Angeles County $ 35,076 $ 34,400 $ 35,403 $ 36,093 $ 34,087
Madera County $ 31,413 $ 32,763 $ 30,469 $ 35,329 $ 29,659
Marin County $ 36,155 $ 33,755 $ 40,750 $ 41,735 $ 38,204
Mendocino County $ 30,335 $ 24,604 $ 27,531 $ 31,091 $ 28,163
Merced County $ 31,077 $ 29,905 $ 30,783 $ 29,168 $ 27,756
Monterey County $ 35,222 $ 35,964 $ 39,090 $ 39,287 $ 36,306
Napa County $ 37,734 $ 35,692 $ 42,221 $ 44,901 $ 39,044
Nevada County $ 33,449 $ 31,143 $ 30,775 $ 27,375 $ 31,496
Orange County $ 38,645 $ 39,790 $ 41,468 $ 41,078 $ 39,374
Placer County $ 40,077 $ 37,243 $ 41,237 $ 40,547 $ 39,040
Riverside County $ 36,348 $ 37,086 $ 36,815 $ 37,197 $ 35,589
Sacramento County $ 36,211 $ 35,222 $ 36,740 $ 36,267 $ 34,212
San Bernardino County $ 34,886 $ 36,689 $ 36,866 $ 36,023 $ 36,137
San Diego County $ 36,078 $ 36,720 $ 38,031 $ 37,793 $ 34,444
San Francisco County $ 35,467 $ 35,965 $ 40,536 $ 40,614 $ 33,641
San Joaquin County $ 36,562 $ 38,339 $ 39,028 $ 36,191 $ 36,891
San Luis Obispo County $ 30,778 $ 33,884 $ 33,460 $ 35,621 $ 34,625
San Mateo County $ 41,711 $ 41,348 $ 42,414 $ 44,437 $ 43,206
Santa Barbara County $ 33,039 $ 33,375 $ 34,171 $ 35,652 $ 36,933
Santa Clara County $ 41,360 $ 41,252 $ 41,660 $ 42,745 $ 39,401
Santa Cruz County $ 35,236 $ 37,387 $ 36,196 $ 40,459 $ 39,197
Shasta County $ 29,964 $ 29,448 $ 26,936 $ 27,390 $ 29,492
Solano County $ 37,636 $ 38,990 $ 43,668 $ 44,876 $ 36,904
Sonoma County $ 35,025 $ 36,913 $ 38,643 $ 39,423 $ 34,430
Stanislaus County $ 34,696 $ 34,985 $ 35,473 $ 35,788 $ 33,441
Sutter County $ 30,900 $ 35,012 $ 35,999 $ 31,287 $ 32,621
Tulare County $ 29,502 $ 30,943 $ 31,330 $ 32,874 $ 29,057
Ventura County $ 38,176 $ 41,189 $ 40,305 $ 42,417 $ 39,215
Yolo County $ 35,717 $ 32,433 $ 38,879 $ 36,314 $ 36,883
Yuba County $ 27,805 $ 30,893 $ 36,925 $ 38,003 $ 30,470
 
Not all counties are included in the data from the Census Bureau.

Other Statistics for the County, its Region, and its Legislative Districts

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Source of Data: U.S. Census Bureau American FactFinder
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