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California County Comparison - Median Income by Educational Attainment

This chart shows the median income for the population 25 years and older by educational attainment for 2005 for both men, women, and the population as a whole.

Click on the education level to see a graph comparing the median income for that level and gender for all available counties.

$ 82,000 - California Total, Average: $ 35,164 California Total, Less Than High School Graduate: $ 18,163 California Total, High School Graduate: $ 27,217 California Total, Some College / Associate Degree: $ 35,861 California Total, Bachelor Degree: $ 50,388 California Total, Graduate / Professional Degree: $ 67,740 California Men, Average: $ 40,787 California Men, Less Than High School Graduate: $ 21,786 California Men, High School Graduate: $ 32,270 California Men, Some College / Associate Degree: $ 42,188 California Men, Bachelor Degree: $ 60,402 California Male, Graduate / Professional Degree: $ 81,730 California Women, Average: $ 28,878 California Women, Less Than High School Graduate: $ 12,687 California Women, High School Graduate: $ 21,893 California Women, Some College / Associate Degree: $ 30,032 California Women, Bachelor Degree: $ 41,702 California Women, Graduate / Professional Degree: $ 55,527 San Joaquin County Total, Average: $ 32,907 San Joaquin County Total, Less Than High School Graduate: $ 17,399 San Joaquin County Total, High School Graduate: $ 29,787 San Joaquin County Total, Some College / Associate Degree: $ 36,562 San Joaquin County Total, Bachelor Degree: $ 47,086 San Joaquin County Total, Graduate / Professional Degree: $ 63,850 San Joaquin County Men, Average: $ 40,285 San Joaquin County Men, Less Than High School Graduate: $ 22,497 San Joaquin County Men, High School Graduate: $ 36,216 San Joaquin County Men, Some College / Associate Degree: $ 47,005 San Joaquin County Men, Bachelor Degree: $ 52,133 San Joaquin County Male, Graduate / Professional Degree: $ 72,071 San Joaquin County Women, Average: $ 25,403 San Joaquin County Women, Less Than High School Graduate: $ 11,143 San Joaquin County Women, High School Graduate: $ 21,263 San Joaquin County Women, Some College / Associate Degree: $ 28,473 San Joaquin County Women, Bachelor Degree: $ 42,951 San Joaquin County Women, Graduate / Professional Degree: $ 60,013
$ 61,500 -
$ 41,000 -
$ 20,500 -
  Average Less Than High School Graduate High School Graduate Some College / Associate Degree Bachelor’s Degree Graduate / Professional Degree Average Less Than High School Graduate High School Graduate Some College / Associate Degree Bachelor’s Degree Graduate / Professional Degree Average Less Than High School Graduate High School Graduate Some College / Associate Degree Bachelor’s Degree Graduate / Professional Degree Average Less Than High School Graduate High School Graduate Some College / Associate Degree Bachelor’s Degree Graduate / Professional Degree Average Less Than High School Graduate High School Graduate Some College / Associate Degree Bachelor’s Degree Graduate / Professional Degree Average Less Than High School Graduate High School Graduate Some College / Associate Degree Bachelor’s Degree Graduate / Professional Degree
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Source of Data: Source of Data: U.S. Census Bureau American FactFinder  http://factfinder2.census.gov/faces/nav/jsf/pages/index.xhtml.
Note: Data from non-census years are estimates based on surveys.
Please see the U. S. Census Bureau website for more detailed information.

 

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