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

Median Income - Less Than High School Graduate

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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 $ 21,786 $ 21,718 $ 22,362 $ 23,411 $ 21,483
Alameda County $ 22,609 $ 22,609 $ 25,419 $ 27,740 $ 25,226
Butte County $ 24,214 $ 20,113 $ 18,724 $ 23,864 $ 19,337
Contra Costa County $ 29,535 $ 25,318 $ 25,023 $ 28,617 $ 24,946
El Dorado County $ 26,019 $ 27,922 $ 26,766 $ 26,310 $ 22,448
Fresno County $ 20,098 $ 17,073 $ 19,102 $ 16,938 $ 18,197
Humboldt County $ 11,437 $ 26,250 $ 21,296 $ 28,704 $ 18,434
Imperial County $ 20,472 $ 22,355 $ 17,499 $ 20,329 $ 20,443
Kern County $ 20,021 $ 20,476 $ 20,711 $ 21,052 $ 19,839
Kings County $ 19,539 $ 16,414 $ 20,181 $ 21,906 $ 19,737
Lake County $ 31,919 $ 17,436 $ 24,426 $ 23,373 $ 23,191
Los Angeles County $ 20,786 $ 20,982 $ 21,263 $ 22,080 $ 20,361
Madera County $ 20,919 $ 19,086 $ 19,706 $ 19,499 $ 20,387
Marin County $ 25,116 $ 21,206 $ 22,348 $ 23,851 $ 21,071
Mendocino County $ 19,228 $ 19,688 $ 25,367 $ 23,531 $ 28,698
Merced County $ 21,795 $ 19,713 $ 22,472 $ 21,036 $ 20,556
Monterey County $ 20,081 $ 19,803 $ 21,962 $ 21,790 $ 19,668
Napa County $ 22,834 $ 23,178 $ 25,415 $ 27,732 $ 28,630
Nevada County $ 28,372 $ 21,393 $ 17,083 $ 22,044 $ 12,161
Orange County $ 21,646 $ 22,354 $ 21,929 $ 24,197 $ 21,925
Placer County $ 21,420 $ 30,941 $ 21,495 $ 27,632 $ 18,911
Riverside County $ 26,126 $ 23,104 $ 26,143 $ 24,985 $ 23,822
Sacramento County $ 23,435 $ 22,077 $ 24,616 $ 23,650 $ 20,563
San Bernardino County $ 24,889 $ 24,855 $ 26,681 $ 27,594 $ 24,259
San Diego County $ 22,608 $ 22,064 $ 23,903 $ 25,463 $ 21,826
San Francisco County $ 20,769 $ 22,526 $ 20,301 $ 23,214 $ 20,908
San Joaquin County $ 22,497 $ 24,322 $ 21,886 $ 23,399 $ 20,288
San Luis Obispo County $ 22,206 $ 22,011 $ 24,094 $ 26,374 $ 20,289
San Mateo County $ 23,432 $ 26,123 $ 25,881 $ 26,054 $ 22,090
Santa Barbara County $ 21,354 $ 20,079 $ 21,579 $ 21,921 $ 21,928
Santa Clara County $ 26,497 $ 24,915 $ 27,585 $ 28,255 $ 26,528
Santa Cruz County $ 22,993 $ 19,876 $ 22,576 $ 21,266 $ 20,994
Shasta County $ 27,726 $ 26,409 $ 28,684 $ 36,047 $ 19,420
Solano County $ 26,186 $ 23,557 $ 23,813 $ 29,967 $ 26,707
Sonoma County $ 26,613 $ 23,379 $ 25,203 $ 27,163 $ 24,952
Stanislaus County $ 22,651 $ 26,304 $ 25,928 $ 25,154 $ 22,594
Sutter County $ 17,318 $ 19,009 $ 23,568 $ 19,890 $ 23,963
Tulare County $ 15,986 $ 18,617 $ 20,240 $ 20,603 $ 17,896
Ventura County $ 20,733 $ 22,165 $ 23,621 $ 25,806 $ 22,444
Yolo County $ 25,598 $ 26,368 $ 24,393 $ 24,971 $ 22,674
Yuba County $ 23,791 $ 19,448 $ 24,430 $ 25,566 $ 24,838
 
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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