Livermore Population and Demographics

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Livermore Population and Demographics

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)

White64.1%
Hispanic20.4%
Asian10.3%
African-American1.3%
Other0.5 %
Multi-racial3.4%

Population by Income
2015 estimated households by income
(2011-15 ACS, 2015 estimates)
$200,000 or more 15.5%
$150,000-$199,99913.9%
$100,000-$149,99921.3%
$75,000-$99,99913.3%
$50,000-$74,999 13.0%
$35,000-$49,9998.0%
$25,000-$34,9995.5%
$15,000-$24,9995.6 %
$15,000 or less1.8%

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 years6.9%
5-9 years6.5%
10-14 years6.9%
15-19 years5.7%
20-24 years5.8%
25-34 years13.3%
35-44 years13.5%
45-54 years16.7%
55-59 years7.3%
60-64 years5.8%
65-74 years6.7%
75-84 years3.5%
85+ years1.4%

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%%
Service16.6%
Sales and office23.2%
Natural resources, construction & maintenance 7.4%
Production & transport7.9%