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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 2007 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.

$ 110,000 - California Total, Average: $ 36,384 California Total, Less Than High School Graduate: $ 19,173 California Total, High School Graduate: $ 29,199 California Total, Some College / Associate Degree: $ 36,958 California Total, Bachelor Degree: $ 52,370 California Total, Graduate / Professional Degree: $ 71,938 California Men, Average: $ 41,632 California Men, Less Than High School Graduate: $ 22,362 California Men, High School Graduate: $ 33,845 California Men, Some College / Associate Degree: $ 44,605 California Men, Bachelor Degree: $ 62,297 California Male, Graduate / Professional Degree: $ 87,246 California Women, Average: $ 30,770 California Women, Less Than High School Graduate: $ 14,160 California Women, High School Graduate: $ 22,897 California Women, Some College / Associate Degree: $ 31,066 California Women, Bachelor Degree: $ 45,382 California Women, Graduate / Professional Degree: $ 60,664 Santa Clara County Total, Average: $ 49,742 Santa Clara County Total, Less Than High School Graduate: $ 21,877 Santa Clara County Total, High School Graduate: $ 32,166 Santa Clara County Total, Some College / Associate Degree: $ 41,660 Santa Clara County Total, Bachelor Degree: $ 66,659 Santa Clara County Total, Graduate / Professional Degree: $ 97,019 Santa Clara County Men, Average: $ 56,472 Santa Clara County Men, Less Than High School Graduate: $ 27,585 Santa Clara County Men, High School Graduate: $ 37,471 Santa Clara County Men, Some College / Associate Degree: $ 46,260 Santa Clara County Men, Bachelor Degree: $ 82,077 Santa Clara County Male, Graduate / Professional Degree: $ 100,000 Santa Clara County Women, Average: $ 40,109 Santa Clara County Women, Less Than High School Graduate: $ 15,522 Santa Clara County Women, High School Graduate: $ 26,450 Santa Clara County Women, Some College / Associate Degree: $ 36,224 Santa Clara County Women, Bachelor Degree: $ 53,754 Santa Clara County Women, Graduate / Professional Degree: $ 66,974
$ 82,500 -
$ 55,000 -
$ 27,500 -
  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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