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San Joaquin County, CA


Metropolitan Statistical Area: Stockton, CA
Designated Market Area: Sacramento-Stockton-Modesto, CA
USDA County Type (2015): Low Education
American Communities Project County Type (2023): Hispanic Centers

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2022 population: 793,229   ( 107,923 from 2010)
Land area: 1392.4 square miles
Population density: 569.7 persons per square mile

2022 Census data
White:216,441 27.29% 12.0%
Black:55,7317.03% 14.8%
Indian:3,2730.41% 3.0%
Asian:147,40218.58% 50.7%
2+ races:28,6283.61% 29.3%
Hispanic:341,75443.08% 28.3%
Total non-White:576,78872.71% 31.3%

2020-2022 ComponentsNumberRate
Births:21,757 14.0
Deaths:15,98610.3
Net Migration: 5,3053.4
Net Immigration: 2,7401.8
Change in White population:-29,478 -4.3
Change in Non-White pop.:137,401 20.0




Race Breakdown with Components of Population Change

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Year:
Total population:
White:
Black:
Indian:
Asian:
2+ races:
Hispanic:
Total non-White:

2010
685,306
245,91935.88%
48,5407.08%
3,1790.46%
97,79514.27%
22,1493.23%
266,34138.86%
439,38764.12%

2000
563,598
267,00247.37%
36,1396.41%
3,5310.63%
63,75011.31%
19,8783.53%
172,07330.53%
296,59652.63%

1990
480,628
283,87359.06%
25,4325.29%
4,5130.94%
57,82312.03%
n/a
108,98722.68%
196,75540.94%

1980
347,342
237,79968.46%
18,4435.31%
2,0270.58%
21,7386.26%
n/a
66,70419.20%
109,54331.54%

1970
290,208
209,13172.06%
12,9134.45%
9970.34%
12,1324.18%
n/a
52,28018.01%
81,077 27.94%

Decade:
Components:
Births:
Deaths:
Net Migration:
Net Immigration:
Change in White population:
Change in Non-White pop.:

2000's
NumberRate
100,619 17.9
42,4087.5
33,7846.0
22,1913.9
-21,083 -3.7
142,791 25.3
1990's
NumberRate
91,248 19.0
40,1048.3
16,4263.4
28,2095.9
-16,871 -3.5
99,841 20.8
1980's
NumberRate
79,232 22.8
34,452 9.9
90,978 26.2
n/a
46,074 13.3
87,212 25.1
1970's
NumberRate
n/a
n/a
31,603 10.9
n/a
28,668 9.9
28,466 9.8

Age, Family & Household Data for San Joaquin County, CA

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Year:
 
Median Age:
Under 18:
Voting Age Population:
Over 65:
Households:
Persons Per HH:
Families (%HH):
Married Couples (%Fams):
Single Mothers (%Fams):
Non-Family (%HH):

2022
NumberPercent
34.8
207,464 26.2%
585,765 73.8%
101,414 12.8%
237,423
3.21
177,846 74.9%
122,617 68.9%
19,558 11.0%
59,577 25.1%

2010
NumberPercent
32.7
200,724 29.3%
484,582 70.7%
71,181 10.4%
215,007
3.12
161,057 74.9%
112,408 69.8%
18,546 11.5%
53,950 25.1%

2000
NumberPercent
31.9
174,203 30.9%
389,395 69.1%
59,482 10.6%
181,612
3.00
135,419 74.6%
100,968 74.6%
15,297 11.3%
46,193 25.4%

1990
NumberPercent
30.9
142,059 29.6%
338,569 70.4%
53,281 11.1%
158,659
2.93
118,345 74.6%
91,980 77.7%
12,089 10.2%
40,314 25.4%

1980
NumberPercent
30.0
101,079 29.1%
246,263 70.9%
38,954 11.2%
125,039
2.70
91,820 73.4%
75,250 82.0%
9,041 9.8%
33,219 26.6%

2022 Housing Data for San Joaquin County, CA

Housing Data
 Number%
Housing Units252,327 
Median Value$462,000 
Occupied237,42394.1%
Vacant14,9045.9%
Owned142,39160.0%
Rented95,03240.0%
Median Rent$1,542 
Single-Family Units199,22179.0%
    Detached187,46574.3%
    Attached11,7564.7%
Buldings with 5+ Units30,76912.2%
Mobile Homes8,2533.3%

2022 Income & Employment Data for San Joaquin County, CA

Household Income
RangeNumber%
Less than $10,00010,6404.5%
$10,000 to $14,9996,6722.8%
$15,000 to $19,9996,6582.8%
$20,000 to $24,9997,7973.3%
$25,000 to $29,9998,2263.5%
$30,000 to $34,9998,1153.4%
$35,000 to $39,9997,6023.2%
$40,000 to $44,9997,0743.0%
$45,000 to $49,9997,1673.0%
$50,000 to $59,99915,7536.6%
$60,000 to $74,99921,2478.9%
$75,000 to $99,99932,98313.9%
$100,000 to $124,99925,21510.6%
$125,000 to $149,99919,7838.3%
$150,000 to $199,99925,91210.9%
$200,000 or more26,57911.2%
Median Household Income82,837 
Per Capita Income33,870 
Cost of Living Index   (100 = average)
Compared to state85 
Compared to U.S.105 
Welfare Households
 Number%
SSI18,4987.8%
Public Assistance9,4434.0%
Public Asst. or Food Stamps39,35616.6%
Labor Force, Ages 25-64
 Number%
Employed185,84365.5%
Unemployed14,1945.0%
In Armed Forces2740.1%
Total Labor Force200,31170.6%
Not in Labor Force83,42929.4%
Real Unemployment Rate 34.4%
Class of Worker
 MaleFemale% Male
Private Sector141,95897,24259.3%
Non-Profit7,76213,84135.9%
Self-Employed19,08610,83163.8%
Local Government10,58917,11538.2%
State Government5,1687,68340.2%
Federal Government3,7982,99555.9%
Total Private + Self161,044108,07359.8%
Total Non-Profit + Govt.27,31741,63439.6%
Total188,361149,70755.7%
Pct. Govt.14.0%  
Occupation
 Number%
Management, Business, Science, Arts41,20112.2%
Sales and Office Occupations65,98519.5%
Professional, Technical60,64317.9%
Service Occupations60,56917.9%
Farming, Forestry, Fishing12,6033.7%
All others110,22732.6%
White Collar 49.6%
Industry
 Number%
Health care and social assistance41,11912.1%
Retail trade39,62311.7%
Manufacturing32,2409.5%
Construction29,6388.8%
Transportation and warehousing28,5258.4%
Educational services26,4637.8%
Accommodation and food services22,5036.6%
Administrative, support, waste mgmt.17,3045.1%
Professional, scientific, technical17,1825.1%
Public administration16,5144.9%
Agriculture, forestry, fishing, hunting16,4034.8%
Other services14,6684.3%
Finance and insurance9,7662.9%
Wholesale trade9,0392.7%
Real estate and rental and leasing5,5041.6%
Arts, entertainment, recreation5,1051.5%
Information4,6181.4%
Utilities1,8160.5%
Management3580.1%
Mining, quarrying, oil/gas extraction2370.1%

2022 Ancestry, Citizenship & Language Data for San Joaquin County, CA

Hispanic Breakdown
CountryNumber%
Mexican292,59637.54%
Puerto Rican5,7830.74%
Cuban1,0960.14%
Dominican1900.02%
Total Central American14,3591.84%
Costa Rican980.01%
Guatemalan3,6360.47%
Honduran1,0540.14%
Nicaraguan2,4500.31%
Panamanian3150.04%
Salvadoran6,6950.86%
Other Central American1110.01%
Total South American3,6990.47%
Argentinean3990.05%
Bolivian1090.01%
Chilean2640.03%
Colombian8820.11%
Ecuadorian3260.04%
Paraguayan00.00%
Peruvian1,2410.16%
Uruguayan1480.02%
Venezuelan3240.04%
Other South American60.00%
Other Hispanic13,6591.75%
Asian Breakdown
CountryNumber%
Filipino40,2115.16%
Indian28,8183.70%
Cambodian12,0711.55%
Chinese10,4551.34%
Vietnamese8,2381.06%
Hmong5,8290.75%
Laotian2,9130.37%
Japanese1,7720.23%
Korean9710.12%
Language Spoken at Home
LanguageNumber%
English426,40258.6%
Spanish194,65126.8%
Other Indo-European35,8444.9%
Other Asian25,9333.6%
Tagalog20,5422.8%
Chinese7,6651.1%
Vietnamese7,1891.0%
Arabic3,6830.5%
Other1,8910.3%
Ancestry
CountryNumber%
German55,3077.1%
English38,9995.0%
Irish38,0814.9%
Italian28,7033.7%
Portuguese15,6192.0%
American12,3771.6%
European10,8521.4%
French8,7701.1%
African7,3990.9%
Scottish7,1400.9%
Dutch6,9150.9%
Norwegian4,9540.6%
Polish4,6030.6%
Swedish4,3780.6%
Scotch-Irish3,9980.5%
Citizenship & Nativity
 Number%
U.S. citizen689,09588.4%
Not a citizen90,35011.6%
Native592,79876.1%
Foreign-born186,64723.9%

2022 Educational Attainment Data for San Joaquin County, CA

Educational Attainment, Population 25 Years and Older
< 9 Years9-12 YearsH.S. Grad or GEDSome CollegeBach. DegreeGrad Degree
56,510 11.4%41,515 8.4%140,587 28.4%156,569 31.6%68,376 13.8%32,322 6.5%
  Average years of education: 12.3
Population 25 Years and Older
< 9 Years 56,510 11.4%
9-12 Years 41,515 8.4%
H.S. Grad or GED 140,587 28.4%
Some College 156,569 31.6%
Bach. Degree 68,376 13.8%
Grad Degree 32,322 6.5%
Average years of education: 12.3

Source for the above data: U.S. Census Bureau / American Community Survey (5 year-estimates)


Historical Labor Force Data for San Joaquin County, CA

Labor Force Data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics
YearLabor
Force
EmployedUnemployedUnemp.
Rate
State
Avg.
1990 226,952 204,525 22,427 9.9% 5.8%
1991 232,005 203,851 28,154 12.1% 7.8%
1992 239,447 205,455 33,992 14.2% 9.4%
1993 241,861 207,589 34,272 14.2% 9.5%
1994 240,239 209,125 31,114 13.0% 8.7%
1995 240,288 210,826 29,462 12.3% 7.9%
1996 239,726 212,190 27,536 11.5% 7.3%
1997 244,562 218,064 26,498 10.8% 6.4%
1998 247,454 221,196 26,258 10.6% 5.9%
1999 250,700 228,414 22,286 8.9% 5.3%
2000 258,695 240,902 17,793 6.9% 4.9%
2001 265,617 245,660 19,957 7.5% 5.5%
2002 274,194 249,716 24,478 8.9% 6.8%
2003 278,974 253,132 25,842 9.3% 6.9%
2004 281,364 256,769 24,595 8.7% 6.2%
2005 283,627 261,361 22,266 7.9% 5.4%
2006 284,039 262,987 21,052 7.4% 4.9%
2007 288,930 265,796 23,134 8.0% 5.3%
2008 293,019 262,350 30,669 10.5% 7.3%
2009 299,895 253,280 46,615 15.5% 11.5%
2010 312,104 259,334 52,770 16.9% 12.5%
2011 311,159 259,969 51,190 16.5% 11.9%
2012 311,393 265,990 45,403 14.6% 10.5%
2013 312,140 273,256 38,884 12.5% 9.0%
2014 311,543 278,342 33,201 10.7% 7.6%
2015 314,401 286,281 28,120 8.9% 6.3%
2016 318,316 292,367 25,949 8.2% 5.5%
2017 323,172 300,411 22,761 7.0% 4.8%
2018 324,177 304,277 19,900 6.1% 4.3%
2019 326,515 306,904 19,611 6.0% 4.2%
2020 331,828 294,454 37,374 11.3% 10.1%
2021 336,882 307,953 28,929 8.6% 7.3%
2022 344,418 326,351 18,067 5.2% 4.2%
Link: Information about the TRUE unemployment rate from shadowstats.com