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Median Income - Less Than High School Graduate

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Median income for populations 25 years and older, Female, Santa Barbara County.

 
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Median Income - Less Than High School Graduate
Year Santa Barbara County California Average United States Average
2005 $ 11,935 $ 12,687 $ 13,076
2006 $ 11,773 $ 13,255 $ 13,255
2007 $ 12,662 $ 14,160 $ 14,202
2008 $ 13,975 $ 14,964 $ 14,944
2009 $ 14,941 $ 14,037 $ 13,943

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Source of Data: U.S. Census Bureau American FactFinder
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