This chart shows the major industries stock breakdown for residents of Santa Ana, CA, although some of these residents may live in Santa Ana, California and work elsewhere. The chart below shows households in Santa Ana, California, distributed among a number of income groups compared to the national averages for each group. The table below shows the 7 races represented in Santa Ana, CA as a proportion of the total population. The following table shows the percentages of U.S.
citizenship in Santa Ana, CA compared to its neighboring and parent geographies. The most common workgroups, by number of people living in Santa Ana, CA, are Office %26 Administrative Support Occupations (17,247 people), Sales %26 Related Occupations (16,564 people), and Building%26 Groundcleaning %26 Maintenance occupations (14,217 people). Santa Ana is also one of the most densely populated cities in the United States, and has also been ranked as one of the safest cities in the United States. While Santa Ana has an all-Latino City Council, there are no Latino Council members in neighboring Anaheim, even though the city is almost half Latino.
This graph shows households in Santa Ana, California, distributed among a number of property tax groups compared to the national averages for each group. The most popular majors in Santa Ana, CA are Liberal Arts %26 Science (1,524 and 23.8%), Humanistic Studies (829 and 12.9%), and Fire Prevention %26 Safety Technology (487 and 7.6%). The chart below shows how the median household income in Santa Ana, CA compares to that of its neighboring and parent geographies. This chart shows the percentage of ownership in Santa Ana, CA compared to its primary and neighboring geographical location.
The most common employment sectors for those living in Santa Ana, CA, are retail (20,152 people), manufacturing (19,340 people), and health care welfare %26 (18,763 people). The student population of Santa Ana, California, is biased toward men, with 10,720 male students and 10,464 female students. Santa Ana, Orange County, has an all-Latino City Council and is at the forefront of a California where Latinos have the most influence in everyday life.