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

Median Income - High School Graduate

Focus on Monterey 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 $ 21,893 $ 22,166 $ 22,897 $ 23,545 $ 22,446
Alameda County $ 26,933 $ 25,449 $ 25,358 $ 30,106 $ 27,086
Butte County $ 18,590 $ 18,118 $ 14,681 $ 20,336 $ 22,869
Contra Costa County $ 26,668 $ 26,830 $ 27,526 $ 28,296 $ 26,235
El Dorado County $ 16,118 $ 22,298 $ 20,900 $ 30,165 $ 19,680
Fresno County $ 17,295 $ 18,827 $ 22,436 $ 20,688 $ 19,583
Humboldt County $ 17,205 $ 20,007 $ 23,500 $ 15,722 $ 15,176
Imperial County $ 16,630 $ 16,518 $ 16,922 $ 12,817 $ 17,772
Kern County $ 16,548 $ 17,023 $ 21,438 $ 19,719 $ 19,103
Kings County $ 11,514 $ 17,575 $ 18,802 $ 21,069 $ 17,161
Lake County $ 21,470 $ 14,690 $ 17,577 $ 10,125 $ 11,416
Los Angeles County $ 21,363 $ 21,494 $ 22,027 $ 23,189 $ 22,028
Madera County $ 22,833 $ 16,441 $ 20,610 $ 21,286 $ 18,412
Marin County $ 32,689 $ 24,512 $ 26,999 $ 23,595 $ 24,788
Mendocino County $ 20,125 $ 16,216 $ 23,662 $ 25,052 $ 18,000
Merced County $ 14,705 $ 17,816 $ 20,560 $ 20,696 $ 18,331
Monterey County $ 21,745 $ 22,904 $ 21,072 $ 23,295 $ 25,173
Napa County $ 23,308 $ 25,176 $ 28,502 $ 23,342 $ 27,813
Nevada County $ 25,804 $ 26,229 $ 25,106 $ 25,537 $ 26,764
Orange County $ 24,103 $ 25,389 $ 25,810 $ 26,788 $ 22,779
Placer County $ 28,906 $ 21,819 $ 25,098 $ 28,822 $ 26,190
Riverside County $ 20,347 $ 22,313 $ 23,167 $ 22,503 $ 20,723
Sacramento County $ 22,483 $ 24,288 $ 24,645 $ 24,691 $ 23,917
San Bernardino County $ 21,307 $ 22,108 $ 21,576 $ 22,010 $ 21,334
San Diego County $ 23,513 $ 23,022 $ 22,517 $ 23,130 $ 22,622
San Francisco County $ 22,493 $ 20,841 $ 22,436 $ 24,571 $ 24,834
San Joaquin County $ 21,263 $ 21,909 $ 22,555 $ 24,599 $ 21,346
San Luis Obispo County $ 13,604 $ 18,218 $ 22,090 $ 20,300 $ 18,394
San Mateo County $ 26,722 $ 27,847 $ 28,265 $ 25,289 $ 27,432
Santa Barbara County $ 20,766 $ 22,332 $ 25,677 $ 23,843 $ 23,328
Santa Clara County $ 27,114 $ 22,982 $ 26,450 $ 27,353 $ 24,591
Santa Cruz County $ 22,257 $ 18,563 $ 26,194 $ 21,848 $ 23,924
Shasta County $ 19,008 $ 20,897 $ 20,226 $ 14,049 $ 19,767
Solano County $ 26,247 $ 26,735 $ 23,943 $ 24,931 $ 26,095
Sonoma County $ 22,713 $ 23,828 $ 24,001 $ 25,145 $ 29,874
Stanislaus County $ 21,625 $ 19,946 $ 24,438 $ 21,155 $ 19,131
Sutter County $ 22,329 $ 18,788 $ 14,885 $ 13,643 $ 20,890
Tulare County $ 21,585 $ 19,636 $ 20,993 $ 21,752 $ 18,110
Ventura County $ 23,918 $ 26,810 $ 25,615 $ 25,881 $ 24,780
Yolo County $ 18,717 $ 24,801 $ 25,820 $ 25,838 $ 22,367
Yuba County $ 15,329 $ 15,568 $ 19,471 $ 21,841 $ 19,474
 
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
http://factfinder2.census.gov/faces/nav/jsf/pages/index.xhtml

 

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