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December 1, 2017

What You May Not Know about Diablo Valley & Lamorinda, Contra Costa County & the San Francisco Metropolitan Area

December 1, 2017

What You May Not Know about Diablo Valley & Lamorinda, Contra Costa County & the San Francisco Metropolitan Area

While waiting for final data on the feverish 2017 real estate market to arrive, we thought to step back from homes and, instead, look at the people who live in them. Compiled solely for your entertainment and, perhaps, mild edification.

Depending on data source, these analyses pertain to Diablo Valley and Lamorinda, Contra Costa County or a multi-county San Francisco Metro Area, as delineated on each chart.

Our latest analyses of the Diablo Valley & Lamorinda homes markets can still be found here:  Real Estate Market Reports

Diablo Valley: Ethnicity, Race & Ancestry

Religious and Spiritual Practices & Beliefs
Bay Area Statistics

Education & Income
County Statistics

Employment, Wages & Commuting
County & Bay Area Statistics

The Bureau of Labor statistics analyzes average annual wages for over 700 local occupations in the Bay Area. Below is a sampling of approximately 50 of them.


Spending Money
Bay Area Statistics

Voting
County Statistics

Selected Statistics by Diablo Valley & Lamorinda ZIP CODE

Income, Age, Education & Foreign Birth

Note that the town of Diablo is a very small, very affluent enclave,
with far fewer residents than other towns and cities listed.

Unsurprisingly, degree of education often correlates with household income figures.

How Americans Spend the Hours of Their Days
National Statistics

The data herein is from a wide variety of third party sources deemed reliable – much of it from national, state and local government data sources – but it may contain errors, and is subject to revision. When the term San Francisco Metro Area is used, it signifies that the data includes multiple Bay Area counties, however different organizations sometimes vary in which counties they include in that description. If different sources disagreed, we chose the data we thought most reasonable. Different analyses often pertain to somewhat different time periods. All data should be considered approximate or good-faith estimates.

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