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San Francisco County in CA has the 3rd-lowest unemployment rate (3.6%) among the 58 California counties. That 3.6% compares to an average of 7.6% across those 58 counties.

San Francisco County in CA has these related standings among those 58 counties:

  • unemployment rate = 3.6% (3rd-lowest)

  • change in unemployment rate over the last 8 years = -0.6% (4th-lowest)

  • change in unemployment rate over the last 4 years = -4.5% (6th-highest, tied)

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beat out by San Mateo County in CA (3.4%) and Marin County in CA (3.5%).

Incidentally, all 3 improved or maxed out on all the population and employment change metrics (there are 5 of these, and each county needs at least 4 with actual values to qualify). All 3 are high in creative professions. None of the 3 has low employment. All 3 contain a high-density urban area.


beat Santa Clara County in CA (4.2%), Sonoma County in CA (4.5%), Orange County in CA (4.5%), San Luis Obispo County in CA (4.6%), and Napa County in CA (4.6%), and 50 others, ending with Imperial County in CA (24.0%).

References

  1. unemployment rate. Lower values are better. Unemployment rate, 2015. Source: http://www.ers.usda.gov/data-products/atlas-of-rural-and-small-town-america.aspx.

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San Francisco County in CA is in California, is in the Western states, high in natural amenities, high in creative professions, contains a high-density urban area, improved or maxed out on all the population and employment change metrics (there is 5 of these, and each county needs at least 4 with actual values to qualify), is economically non-specialized, saw little change in onshore oil production, and saw little change in natural-gas production.

 

     Numeric values:
  • median household income ($83,788)
  • per-capita income ($49,986)
  • median rent for a 3-bedroom unit ($4,250)
  • median rent for a 1-bedroom unit ($2,610)
  • median rent for a 0-bedroom (studio/efficiency) unit ($2,072)
  • proportion of veterans who are male (93.9%)
  • change in median rent for a 1-bedroom unit over the last decade (+92.0%)
  • change in median rent for a 3-bedroom unit over the last decade (+88.0%)
  • change in median rent for a 0-bedroom (studio/efficiency) unit over the last decade (+87.0%)
  • residents employed in services (71.8%)
  • change, relative to its home state, in per-capita income (+67.1%)
  • adults of age 25+ with a bachelor's degree or higher (52.9%)
  • adults of age 25+ with less than a bachelor's degree (47.1%)
  • white non-Hispanic population (41.9%)
  • adults of age 25+ with less than an associate's degree (41.6%)
  • owner-occupied housing (36.6%)
  • foreign-born population (35.5%)
  • religious adherents (35.30%)
  • Asian population (33.0%)
  • adults of age 25+ with no college credits (26.4%)
  • female obesity (16.1%)
  • obesity (15.5%)
  • Hispanic population (15.1%)
  • Catholics (15.00%)
  • male obesity (14.8%)
  • non-English speaking households (13.8%)
  • population age 65 or older (13.6%)
  • poverty rate for children age 0-17 (13.6%)
  • adults of age 25+ with no high school diploma or GED (13.3%)
  • poverty rate (12.1%)
  • adults of age 65+ living alone (10.1%)
  • female-headed family households (8.6%)
  • unemployment rate for veterans (8.5%)
  • residents who have diabetes (7.9%)
  • change in population from 2010-2015 (+7.4%)
  • Mainline Protestants (7.40%)
  • Caribbean-born population (6.9%)
  • deep-poverty rate (6.3%)
  • proportion of veterans who are female (6.1%)
  • black non-Hispanic population (5.8%)
  • deep-poverty rate for children age 0-17 (5.8%)
  • Mexican-born population (5.6%)
  • residents employed in manufacturing (5.6%)
  • change in population from 2010-2015 due to net inbound migration (+5.4%)
  • United Methodists (4.90%)
  • change in population from 2010-2015 due to net international immigration (+4.7%)
  • multi-racial population (4.7%)
  • European-born population (4.6%)
  • residents who are veterans (4.0%)
  • change, relative to its home state, in the net inbound migration rate (+3.9%)
  • Evangelical Protestants (3.80%)
  • unemployment rate (3.6%)
  • residents employed in government (3.6%)
  • difference in obesity prevalence among women over men (1.3%)
  • Mormons (0.74%)
  • Southern Baptists (0.67%)
  • change over 4 years in the prevalence of female obesity (+0.3%)
  • change over 9 years in the prevalence of diabetes (+0.3%)
  • Native American non-Hispanic population (0.2%)
  • residents employed in agriculture or other resource-based industries (0.2%)
  • Evangelical Lutherans (0.20%)
  • Central or South American-born population (0.0%)
  • African-born population (0.0%)
  • Asian-born population (0.0%)
  • change over 4 years in the prevalence of obesity (-0.2%)
  • change in unemployment rate over the last 8 years (-0.6%)
  • change over 4 years in the prevalence of male obesity (-0.8%)
  • difference in obesity prevalence among men over women (-1.3%)
  • change, relative to its home state, in the poverty rate (-4.3%)
  • change in unemployment rate over the last 4 years (-4.5%)
  • average household size (2.3)
  • land area (46.9 sq miles)
  • population in 2015 (864,816)
  • total domestic water use (41.80 Mgal/day)
  • total domestic water use per capita (48.30 gallons/day)
  • total water usage for all purposes (93.50 Mgal/day)

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