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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, 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 $ 27,217 $ 27,461 $ 29,199 $ 29,473 $ 26,950
Alameda County $ 31,748 $ 30,226 $ 31,159 $ 31,902 $ 29,502
Butte County $ 21,723 $ 23,943 $ 25,229 $ 21,502 $ 25,497
Contra Costa County $ 31,887 $ 33,912 $ 35,004 $ 34,633 $ 29,752
El Dorado County $ 24,906 $ 29,173 $ 27,216 $ 31,526 $ 31,742
Fresno County $ 22,731 $ 25,062 $ 26,974 $ 24,247 $ 22,729
Humboldt County $ 22,311 $ 22,743 $ 25,643 $ 25,051 $ 20,612
Imperial County $ 23,643 $ 22,684 $ 24,936 $ 21,894 $ 22,678
Kern County $ 23,961 $ 24,597 $ 27,483 $ 27,964 $ 24,787
Kings County $ 24,837 $ 23,549 $ 24,650 $ 30,830 $ 22,714
Lake County $ 29,382 $ 19,181 $ 23,810 $ 21,864 $ 23,810
Los Angeles County $ 25,063 $ 25,174 $ 26,351 $ 27,141 $ 24,876
Madera County $ 27,910 $ 26,307 $ 24,686 $ 24,894 $ 23,409
Marin County $ 36,241 $ 27,593 $ 30,007 $ 25,772 $ 30,546
Mendocino County $ 25,331 $ 23,288 $ 25,362 $ 24,635 $ 23,672
Merced County $ 25,900 $ 24,907 $ 26,140 $ 25,658 $ 23,232
Monterey County $ 25,681 $ 27,058 $ 26,173 $ 31,088 $ 27,782
Napa County $ 27,276 $ 28,634 $ 30,751 $ 32,924 $ 30,983
Nevada County $ 30,889 $ 28,113 $ 26,411 $ 30,166 $ 31,017
Orange County $ 29,717 $ 30,266 $ 31,965 $ 30,969 $ 26,495
Placer County $ 34,321 $ 33,958 $ 32,083 $ 33,831 $ 30,684
Riverside County $ 28,432 $ 29,670 $ 30,724 $ 30,552 $ 27,008
Sacramento County $ 26,932 $ 28,634 $ 30,093 $ 29,757 $ 26,923
San Bernardino County $ 28,154 $ 29,488 $ 30,096 $ 29,543 $ 27,191
San Diego County $ 28,318 $ 30,146 $ 30,175 $ 29,456 $ 28,203
San Francisco County $ 24,712 $ 26,033 $ 26,276 $ 26,596 $ 26,353
San Joaquin County $ 29,787 $ 30,500 $ 31,277 $ 30,701 $ 28,593
San Luis Obispo County $ 23,373 $ 25,963 $ 27,520 $ 29,876 $ 23,432
San Mateo County $ 32,302 $ 31,468 $ 31,033 $ 31,189 $ 31,713
Santa Barbara County $ 28,517 $ 27,687 $ 29,749 $ 27,326 $ 28,170
Santa Clara County $ 32,095 $ 29,313 $ 32,166 $ 33,699 $ 29,492
Santa Cruz County $ 34,712 $ 26,661 $ 29,429 $ 31,572 $ 31,618
Shasta County $ 27,559 $ 25,908 $ 27,376 $ 22,027 $ 26,294
Solano County $ 31,463 $ 34,481 $ 31,709 $ 32,164 $ 33,203
Sonoma County $ 33,688 $ 30,081 $ 33,720 $ 31,899 $ 34,822
Stanislaus County $ 27,411 $ 29,368 $ 31,971 $ 29,409 $ 28,634
Sutter County $ 27,238 $ 22,870 $ 26,754 $ 21,674 $ 23,792
Tulare County $ 25,177 $ 25,172 $ 26,082 $ 28,027 $ 25,211
Ventura County $ 29,486 $ 32,664 $ 31,822 $ 32,380 $ 29,796
Yolo County $ 25,868 $ 29,087 $ 31,537 $ 30,171 $ 29,176
Yuba County $ 25,385 $ 24,102 $ 23,791 $ 24,265 $ 22,918
 
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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