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

Median Income - Less Than High School Graduate

Focus on El Dorado 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 $ 18,163 $ 18,487 $ 19,173 $ 20,109 $ 18,451
Alameda County $ 20,818 $ 20,435 $ 21,341 $ 23,747 $ 21,820
Butte County $ 16,733 $ 15,169 $ 16,332 $ 20,949 $ 16,552
Contra Costa County $ 24,438 $ 20,863 $ 22,027 $ 24,191 $ 21,766
El Dorado County $ 20,289 $ 23,985 $ 20,394 $ 22,171 $ 20,253
Fresno County $ 16,069 $ 13,661 $ 16,094 $ 14,831 $ 16,020
Humboldt County $ 12,032 $ 22,300 $ 16,386 $ 20,714 $ 17,411
Imperial County $ 15,959 $ 16,642 $ 16,201 $ 11,836 $ 15,047
Kern County $ 14,580 $ 15,676 $ 16,373 $ 16,802 $ 16,657
Kings County $ 14,964 $ 15,413 $ 17,420 $ 19,901 $ 18,443
Lake County $ 17,142 $ 16,756 $ 17,500 $ 16,250 $ 20,925
Los Angeles County $ 17,149 $ 17,593 $ 18,118 $ 19,014 $ 17,772
Madera County $ 16,855 $ 13,556 $ 17,603 $ 17,965 $ 18,451
Marin County $ 20,254 $ 20,652 $ 20,177 $ 21,746 $ 18,744
Mendocino County $ 16,115 $ 21,016 $ 23,692 $ 20,872 $ 21,785
Merced County $ 16,668 $ 16,895 $ 20,591 $ 17,081 $ 17,548
Monterey County $ 16,408 $ 16,185 $ 17,957 $ 17,996 $ 16,470
Napa County $ 20,819 $ 18,420 $ 19,461 $ 24,488 $ 27,658
Nevada County $ 28,849 $ 20,925 $ 18,075 $ 21,536 $ 17,933
Orange County $ 18,867 $ 20,189 $ 20,023 $ 21,161 $ 18,922
Placer County $ 20,052 $ 19,633 $ 20,611 $ 25,595 $ 18,801
Riverside County $ 20,972 $ 19,997 $ 21,486 $ 20,810 $ 20,024
Sacramento County $ 20,061 $ 18,490 $ 21,346 $ 20,323 $ 17,949
San Bernardino County $ 20,790 $ 20,147 $ 21,888 $ 22,351 $ 19,312
San Diego County $ 18,973 $ 19,349 $ 19,395 $ 20,748 $ 18,901
San Francisco County $ 17,373 $ 19,570 $ 16,846 $ 21,065 $ 18,030
San Joaquin County $ 17,399 $ 20,507 $ 18,307 $ 20,661 $ 17,426
San Luis Obispo County $ 17,933 $ 18,434 $ 21,411 $ 19,868 $ 17,441
San Mateo County $ 20,611 $ 23,497 $ 21,949 $ 24,115 $ 19,404
Santa Barbara County $ 19,328 $ 17,408 $ 18,612 $ 19,357 $ 18,717
Santa Clara County $ 21,715 $ 22,045 $ 21,877 $ 23,975 $ 21,725
Santa Cruz County $ 20,425 $ 15,925 $ 18,690 $ 18,737 $ 16,856
Shasta County $ 20,368 $ 23,463 $ 21,270 $ 15,744 $ 13,981
Solano County $ 21,064 $ 21,003 $ 18,086 $ 24,542 $ 19,784
Sonoma County $ 22,046 $ 21,703 $ 22,868 $ 24,856 $ 22,600
Stanislaus County $ 18,009 $ 19,775 $ 19,982 $ 19,931 $ 19,567
Sutter County $ 12,921 $ 15,320 $ 16,842 $ 15,242 $ 18,621
Tulare County $ 12,437 $ 15,472 $ 16,416 $ 16,150 $ 15,000
Ventura County $ 17,895 $ 18,092 $ 20,293 $ 22,279 $ 18,531
Yolo County $ 21,146 $ 19,559 $ 19,632 $ 21,504 $ 18,805
Yuba County $ 19,390 $ 18,324 $ 20,991 $ 22,210 $ 20,603
 
Not all counties are included in the data from the Census Bureau.

Other Statistics for the County, its Region, and its Legislative Districts

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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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