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Livermore Demographics

Population

2017 estimate — 89,648
(CA Dept. of Finance Demographic Research Unit)
2010 U.S. Census — 80,968
2000 U.S. Census — 72,941

Households
2015 estimate — 31,848
2010 U.S. Census — 29,040
2000 U.S. Census — 25,975

Population by race
2015 estimate population by race & origin
(2011-15 ACS, 2015 estimate)
White — 64.1%
Hispanic — 20.4%
Asian — 10.3%
African-American — 1.3%
Other — 0.5 %
Multi-racial — 3.4%

Population by Income
2015 estimated households by income
(2011-15 ACS, 2015 estimates)
$200,000 or more — 15.5%
$150,000-$199,999 — 13.9%
$100,000-$149,999 — 21.3%
$75,000-$99,999 — 13.3%
$50,000-$74,999 — 13.0%
$35,000-$49,999 — 8.0%
$25,000-$34,999 — 5.5%
$15,000-$24,999 — 5.6 %
$15,000 or less — 1.8%

2015 Est. average household income — $119,544
2015 est. median household income — $100,992

Population by age
2015 estimated population by age
(2011-15 ACS, 2015 estimate)
0-4 years — 6.9%
5-9 years — 6.5%
10-14 years — 6.9%
15-19 years — 5.7%
20-24 years — 5.8%
25-34 years — 13.3%
35-44 years — 13.5%
45-54 years — 16.7%
55-59 years — 7.3%
60-64 years — 5.8%
65-74 years — 6.7%
75-84 years — 3.5%
85+ years — 1.4%
Median age — 38.8

Population by Education level
2015 estimated population (25+) by education level
(ACS 2015 one-year estimates)
Less than ninth grade — 2.8%
Some high school, no diploma — 4.0%
High school grad (or GED) — 16.2%
Some college, no degree — 23.3%
Associate degree — 11.3%
Bachelor’s degree — 27.2%
Graduate or professional degrees — 15.1%

Population by Occupation
2015 estimated population (16+) by occupation
(2011-15 ACS survey five-year estimates, 2015)
Management, business, science & arts — 44.9%%
Service — 16.6%
Sales and office — 23.2%
Natural resources, construction & maintenance — 7.4%
Production & transport — 7.9%

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