San Joaquin County employment levels have risen for the last several years.
Job creation is San Joaquin County’s employment and unemployment numbers. Over the last 30 years, these numbers have fluctuated.
Around 2008, employment numbers dropped, driving up unemployment. Before 2008, San Joaquin County was at an all-time employment high; however, in 2016 San Joaquin County reached 300,000 employed, its highest employment. Employment is now higher than pre-recession numbers.
This UOP Center for Business and Policy Research employment forecast shows that total county employment will steadily increase. Construction, Natural Resources & Mining, and Professional & Business Services will double employment by 2045. Educational & Health Services, Leisure & Hospitality, and Government will also increase. No sector’s workforce shrinks, but Financial Activities expects the smallest gains.
|Total Household Income||Percent of Total Households|
|Less than $10,000||5.8%|
|$10,000 to $14,999||5.6%|
|$15,000 to $24,999||10.2%|
|$25,000 to $34,999||9.4%|
|$35,000 to $49,999||12.5%|
|$50,000 to $74.999||18.2%|
|$75,000 to $99,999||12.5%|
|$100,000 to $149,999||14.9%|
|$150,000 to $199,999||6.0%|
|$200,000 or more|| 4.9%