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

Median Income - All Education Levels

Focus on Inyo County

Description

Median income for populations 25 years and older, Female, 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 $ 28,878 $ 29,559 $ 30,770 $ 31,266 $ 29,953
Alameda County $ 36,874 $ 35,831 $ 38,384 $ 40,153 $ 38,531
Butte County $ 21,360 $ 23,003 $ 21,964 $ 22,825 $ 24,298
Contra Costa County $ 36,606 $ 37,457 $ 37,807 $ 40,006 $ 37,394
El Dorado County $ 28,630 $ 30,563 $ 30,811 $ 31,562 $ 31,932
Fresno County $ 23,514 $ 22,179 $ 24,210 $ 24,678 $ 23,694
Humboldt County $ 22,104 $ 21,618 $ 22,098 $ 21,182 $ 22,785
Imperial County $ 18,856 $ 19,553 $ 21,381 $ 19,994 $ 18,383
Kern County $ 19,843 $ 19,740 $ 21,865 $ 22,766 $ 22,801
Kings County $ 18,493 $ 20,697 $ 22,071 $ 24,181 $ 19,832
Lake County $ 16,549 $ 17,663 $ 20,817 $ 19,478 $ 19,783
Los Angeles County $ 26,864 $ 27,165 $ 28,900 $ 30,267 $ 28,767
Madera County $ 21,522 $ 16,945 $ 22,384 $ 22,747 $ 22,579
Marin County $ 40,271 $ 40,336 $ 40,329 $ 41,714 $ 41,959
Mendocino County $ 24,369 $ 20,526 $ 26,688 $ 21,882 $ 23,309
Merced County $ 19,199 $ 18,194 $ 23,270 $ 21,078 $ 21,657
Monterey County $ 23,750 $ 23,112 $ 25,471 $ 25,514 $ 26,030
Napa County $ 35,568 $ 31,368 $ 32,444 $ 31,962 $ 36,291
Nevada County $ 25,186 $ 23,700 $ 27,630 $ 25,862 $ 28,784
Orange County $ 31,630 $ 32,125 $ 34,511 $ 34,344 $ 33,184
Placer County $ 35,027 $ 30,879 $ 35,466 $ 36,784 $ 34,827
Riverside County $ 24,677 $ 25,358 $ 26,888 $ 26,727 $ 25,619
Sacramento County $ 32,260 $ 31,708 $ 33,327 $ 32,476 $ 31,855
San Bernardino County $ 25,204 $ 26,410 $ 27,256 $ 27,271 $ 26,076
San Diego County $ 30,207 $ 31,321 $ 31,438 $ 32,390 $ 31,034
San Francisco County $ 40,176 $ 39,356 $ 41,910 $ 43,072 $ 41,116
San Joaquin County $ 25,403 $ 27,150 $ 28,262 $ 27,517 $ 28,214
San Luis Obispo County $ 23,299 $ 26,073 $ 26,991 $ 29,807 $ 27,826
San Mateo County $ 39,997 $ 41,448 $ 41,159 $ 41,422 $ 42,104
Santa Barbara County $ 26,574 $ 25,621 $ 27,085 $ 27,742 $ 28,851
Santa Clara County $ 39,093 $ 38,465 $ 40,109 $ 41,086 $ 38,406
Santa Cruz County $ 30,014 $ 26,413 $ 31,202 $ 31,390 $ 29,515
Shasta County $ 22,500 $ 23,827 $ 22,488 $ 22,381 $ 25,514
Solano County $ 31,323 $ 32,832 $ 35,198 $ 34,271 $ 32,744
Sonoma County $ 27,028 $ 30,557 $ 31,312 $ 32,079 $ 31,397
Stanislaus County $ 22,778 $ 23,966 $ 25,453 $ 24,176 $ 24,294
Sutter County $ 22,229 $ 22,118 $ 23,559 $ 22,418 $ 22,289
Tulare County $ 19,590 $ 21,488 $ 21,596 $ 22,160 $ 19,937
Ventura County $ 30,300 $ 31,414 $ 31,430 $ 33,350 $ 30,103
Yolo County $ 27,263 $ 31,182 $ 32,014 $ 34,558 $ 35,111
Yuba County $ 17,598 $ 18,464 $ 22,531 $ 24,950 $ 25,531
 
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
http://factfinder2.census.gov/faces/nav/jsf/pages/index.xhtml

 

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