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

Median Income - Graduate / Professional Degree

Focus on Butte 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 $ 55,527 $ 58,666 $ 60,664 $ 61,107 $ 60,686
Alameda County $ 52,857 $ 60,751 $ 60,692 $ 64,502 $ 62,438
Butte County $ 52,813 $ 53,130 $ 42,068 $ 47,451 $ 47,042
Contra Costa County $ 52,169 $ 62,445 $ 66,452 $ 63,374 $ 61,120
El Dorado County $ 45,716 $ 49,645 $ 44,702 $ 37,532 $ 59,323
Fresno County $ 50,445 $ 57,896 $ 60,332 $ 53,296 $ 60,411
Humboldt County $ 48,080 $ 33,261 $ 40,214 $ 42,407 $ 37,754
Imperial County $ 62,074 $ 41,522 $ 74,512 $ 66,720 $ 70,788
Kern County $ 46,877 $ 63,505 $ 60,016 $ 56,308 $ 66,380
Kings County $ 61,615 $ 60,947 $ 71,435 $ 50,963 $ 62,023
Lake County $ 45,538 $ 47,243 $ 45,621 $ 43,689 $ 45,785
Los Angeles County $ 54,532 $ 57,215 $ 58,757 $ 60,416 $ 59,685
Madera County $ 62,321 $ 73,202 $ 48,427 $ 31,118 $ 51,978
Marin County $ 56,846 $ 60,577 $ 54,857 $ 51,447 $ 57,683
Mendocino County $ 43,162 $ 48,494 $ 46,835 $ 49,799 $ 21,346
Merced County $ 60,580 $ 68,438 $ 60,569 $ 51,262 $ 43,201
Monterey County $ 60,373 $ 50,629 $ 52,109 $ 56,423 $ 59,482
Napa County $ 54,176 $ 62,822 $ 69,760 $ 50,096 $ 76,714
Nevada County $ 49,302 $ 31,202 $ 45,768 $ 54,109 $ 49,806
Orange County $ 61,476 $ 60,938 $ 65,563 $ 62,476 $ 61,926
Placer County $ 55,784 $ 65,948 $ 54,824 $ 65,818 $ 66,151
Riverside County $ 55,599 $ 53,673 $ 60,787 $ 59,739 $ 61,170
Sacramento County $ 55,563 $ 56,883 $ 61,025 $ 60,455 $ 64,532
San Bernardino County $ 58,512 $ 55,308 $ 60,790 $ 60,219 $ 60,817
San Diego County $ 51,950 $ 55,720 $ 60,508 $ 60,086 $ 58,396
San Francisco County $ 60,016 $ 57,655 $ 64,646 $ 73,407 $ 66,823
San Joaquin County $ 60,013 $ 56,803 $ 56,923 $ 61,687 $ 61,232
San Luis Obispo County $ 48,317 $ 51,967 $ 42,391 $ 40,270 $ 49,559
San Mateo County $ 68,641 $ 71,678 $ 73,115 $ 70,145 $ 60,483
Santa Barbara County $ 46,918 $ 48,036 $ 48,331 $ 45,915 $ 42,667
Santa Clara County $ 64,364 $ 71,176 $ 66,974 $ 77,472 $ 71,311
Santa Cruz County $ 50,843 $ 48,049 $ 50,133 $ 60,509 $ 40,790
Shasta County $ 45,967 $ 66,761 $ 57,443 $ 43,551 $ 48,602
Solano County $ 59,325 $ 60,700 $ 65,734 $ 60,363 $ 65,831
Sonoma County $ 41,282 $ 52,135 $ 51,499 $ 50,887 $ 49,336
Stanislaus County $ 52,205 $ 61,616 $ 48,686 $ 60,568 $ 56,016
Sutter County $ 51,738 $ 53,250 $ 50,428 $ 40,729 $ 43,942
Tulare County $ 57,051 $ 68,820 $ 67,534 $ 61,447 $ 59,167
Ventura County $ 57,182 $ 52,005 $ 60,683 $ 67,740 $ 67,579
Yolo County $ 45,744 $ 43,244 $ 45,998 $ 49,904 $ 63,306
Yuba County $ 41,815 $ 48,529 $ 51,298 $ 24,674 $ 69,122
 
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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