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San Clemente Area Description
According to the United States Census Bureau summary file for the year 2000, San Clemente City’s total population is 49,861, of which 39,027 are at least 16 years of age, and 19,406 were females. There are 6,573 residents who are 65 years old and 46,741 individuals who are at least 5 years of age.
San Clemente City has a total of 13,126 school enrollees who are at least 3 years old. About 8.3 % of the total enrollees are in nursery school, preschool; 6.4 % are in kindergarten; 42.2 % are in elementary school (grades 1-8); 17.6 % are in high school (grades 9-12); and 25.6 % are in college or graduate school. Nearly 11.4 % of the total population aged 25 years and above have graduate or professional degree; 24.7 % have bachelor's degree; 9.6 % have associate degree; and some 3.5 % are less than 9th graders.
The city has a labor force of 26,016, comprising of those residents who are at least 16 years of age. Approximately 24,654 out of the total labor force are employed while 987 are unemployed. About 19,406 females who are at least 16 years old belong to the city’s labor force, and 10,499 of them are employed.
United States Census Bureau’s official result for the year 2000 shows that there are 13,197 families in San Clemente City, California. Out of the total number of families, 320 families have an income of less than $10,000; 268 families earn between $10,000 to $14,999; 753 families have an income of around $15,000 to $24,999; 828 families earn between $25,000 to $34,999; 1,789 families earn $35,000 to $49,999; 2,541 families earn $50,000 to $74,999; 1,985 families earn $75,000 to $99,999; 2,552 families have an income of $100,000 to $149,999; 1,047 families earn $150,000 to $199,999; and 1,114 families earn $200,000 or more. The city’s median family income is $ 76,261.
There are 19,457 households in San Clemente City as shown in the 2000 U.S. Census Bureau results. Roughly 6.9 % of the total households have an income of $200,000 or more; 6.2 % earn $150,000 to $199,999; 15.6 % have an income of $100,000 to $149,999; 13.3 % earn $75,000 to $99,999; 19.7 % earn $50,000 to $74,999; 13.9 % earn $35,000 to $49,999; 9.9 % earn $25,000 to $34,999; 7.3 % earn $15,000 to $24,999; 3.7 % earn $10,000 to $14,999; and 3.5 % earn less than $10,000. The city’s median household income is $ 63,507 as of 1999.
As for the poverty status in 1999, 604 families, 234 families with female householders and no husband present, and 3,753 individuals are categorized under poverty level. Out of these families, 682 families have children below 18 years old and 283 families have related children below 5 years of age.
San Clemente City of California has a total of 20,651 housing units, 10,884 of which are 1-unit detached; 2,384 are 1-unit attached; 6,980 are multiple housing units; and 393 are mobile homes. About 5,395 housing units are built sometime in 1980 to 1989 while only 297 units are constructed from 1999 to March 2000.
Out of the total housing units, 19,391 units are occupied and 282 units are vacant. About 10,766 of the total occupied housing units are owner-occupied and 7,280 units are renter-occupied. As for the vacant housing units, 76 housing units are for sale and the remaining 206 units are for rent only.
About 8,640 owner-occupied housing units have mortgage while 2,126 housing units are not mortgaged. The median monthly mortgage cost is $ 1,992. Around 4,284 homeowners have a monthly mortgage cost of $2,000 or more.
Approximately 40.4 % out of the total renter-occupied units have a gross rent of $750 to $999; 28.9 % have a gross rent of $1,000 to $1,499; 15.4 % have a gross rent of $500 to $749; 7.8 % have a gross rent of $1,500 or more; 3 % have a gross rent of $300 to $499; 1 % have a gross rent of $200 to $299; 0.8 % have a gross rent of less than $200; and 2.7 % have no cash rent. The median gross rent is $ 916.
The lowest selling price for the vacant housing units for sale is $200,000 to $249,999 with only 6 units available; next is $300,000 to $399,999 with 28 units; $500,000 to $749,999 with 16 units; and $750,000 to $999,999 with 26 units available. The median asking price for these units is $ 562,500.
As for the vacant housing units for rent, 7 vacant units are for rent at $400 to $449; 10 units are for rent at $600 to $649; 5 units are for rent at $650 to $699; 21 units are for rent at $700 to $749; 18 units are for rent at $750 to $799; 19 units are for rent at $800 to $899; 43 units are for rent at $900 to $999; 42 units are for rent at $1,000 to $1,499; 31 units are for rent at $1,500 to $1,999; and 10 units are for rent at $2,000 or more. The median asking price is $ 953.
The city’s employment records based on the United States Census Bureau results for the year 2000 show that 18,396 employed individuals are working in private companies; 2,936 are working in government offices; 3,238 are self-employed; and 84 are unpaid family workers.
Management, professional, and related occupations is the most populated with 10,076 staffs; followed by sales and office occupations with 7,188; service occupations with 3,340; construction, extraction, and maintenance occupations with 2,091; production, transportation, and material moving occupations with 1,922; and farming, fishing, and forestry occupations with only 37 workers.
The same census results reveal that educational, health and social services industry has the most working populace while agriculture, forestry, fishing and hunting, and mining industry has the least.
The city’s full-time male workers who worked all year round have median earnings of $ 51,551 while the females who do the same have median earnings of $ 36,528. The city’s per capita income is $ 34,169.
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Additional statistical data for the area is presented below: Please note: differences between the above and below values are related to differing sources, though the ranges are considered to be quite reliable.