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

Median Income - All Education Levels

Focus on Yuba County

Description

Median income for populations 25 years and older, Male, 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 $ 40,787 $ 40,709 $ 41,632 $ 42,058 $ 39,741
Alameda County $ 48,327 $ 48,132 $ 50,907 $ 50,094 $ 47,487
Butte County $ 35,904 $ 34,858 $ 34,455 $ 34,017 $ 33,658
Contra Costa County $ 52,470 $ 52,881 $ 53,114 $ 55,436 $ 50,395
El Dorado County $ 51,603 $ 45,591 $ 46,629 $ 48,176 $ 50,044
Fresno County $ 31,797 $ 32,501 $ 32,269 $ 31,071 $ 30,225
Humboldt County $ 29,088 $ 31,269 $ 30,846 $ 36,299 $ 30,851
Imperial County $ 31,628 $ 36,033 $ 30,416 $ 31,412 $ 34,444
Kern County $ 35,110 $ 31,894 $ 34,434 $ 36,339 $ 35,439
Kings County $ 28,626 $ 31,448 $ 31,335 $ 35,752 $ 30,685
Lake County $ 35,695 $ 28,254 $ 31,563 $ 32,476 $ 35,040
Los Angeles County $ 35,203 $ 35,099 $ 36,313 $ 37,004 $ 34,908
Madera County $ 31,862 $ 30,629 $ 28,437 $ 30,671 $ 27,673
Marin County $ 58,111 $ 51,012 $ 60,001 $ 65,498 $ 55,275
Mendocino County $ 33,737 $ 31,955 $ 31,843 $ 31,454 $ 33,690
Merced County $ 32,139 $ 29,322 $ 31,651 $ 31,020 $ 26,720
Monterey County $ 33,320 $ 33,700 $ 35,086 $ 35,667 $ 34,411
Napa County $ 41,550 $ 41,527 $ 41,357 $ 47,300 $ 46,727
Nevada County $ 41,664 $ 38,110 $ 34,015 $ 41,013 $ 43,542
Orange County $ 46,226 $ 45,841 $ 47,877 $ 49,423 $ 44,405
Placer County $ 50,264 $ 51,917 $ 51,754 $ 55,686 $ 51,712
Riverside County $ 40,502 $ 38,862 $ 41,347 $ 40,561 $ 38,385
Sacramento County $ 40,841 $ 41,108 $ 41,803 $ 41,650 $ 38,692
San Bernardino County $ 39,651 $ 40,278 $ 40,878 $ 40,048 $ 38,160
San Diego County $ 42,271 $ 44,371 $ 45,488 $ 46,005 $ 42,295
San Francisco County $ 44,550 $ 50,408 $ 50,818 $ 52,305 $ 48,799
San Joaquin County $ 40,285 $ 40,635 $ 39,056 $ 40,289 $ 38,442
San Luis Obispo County $ 41,408 $ 41,663 $ 45,208 $ 42,746 $ 44,665
San Mateo County $ 52,183 $ 51,842 $ 52,095 $ 52,327 $ 49,963
Santa Barbara County $ 38,724 $ 36,203 $ 41,110 $ 40,512 $ 38,303
Santa Clara County $ 57,727 $ 57,462 $ 56,472 $ 61,015 $ 57,846
Santa Cruz County $ 45,872 $ 47,205 $ 41,994 $ 50,219 $ 43,618
Shasta County $ 40,210 $ 34,364 $ 37,486 $ 35,209 $ 33,855
Solano County $ 44,366 $ 45,189 $ 48,142 $ 50,324 $ 46,779
Sonoma County $ 43,981 $ 42,900 $ 46,616 $ 45,716 $ 41,760
Stanislaus County $ 39,963 $ 40,113 $ 40,769 $ 40,465 $ 36,558
Sutter County $ 35,415 $ 36,433 $ 38,066 $ 32,347 $ 32,715
Tulare County $ 29,418 $ 30,490 $ 27,827 $ 31,045 $ 29,495
Ventura County $ 46,755 $ 48,759 $ 47,728 $ 50,674 $ 45,775
Yolo County $ 40,549 $ 41,282 $ 44,973 $ 42,128 $ 44,186
Yuba County $ 34,393 $ 32,315 $ 37,238 $ 40,944 $ 29,845
 
Not all counties are included in the data from the Census Bureau.

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