FRESNO COMMUNITY SCORECARD
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Thank you for visiting the Fresno Community Scorecard, an online community resource offering a centralized location to learn about Fresno County. Over 150 data indicators are highlighted, all supported by trusted, reliable sources and continually updated.
From "people" to "sustainable infrastructure," we hope you find the information relevant and useful in your daily work and decision-making.
ABOUT THE FRESNO COMMUNITY SCORECARD
The Fresno Community Scorecard is presented by the Fresno Business Council and ValleyPBS, a partnership formed to raise awareness about important leading indicators for building a healthy, prosperous and sustainable community. The indicators were chosen and aggregated by a group of cross-sector community stakeholders.
With greater knowledge and understanding,
the Fresno Community Scorecard can:
- Focus community attention
- Empower informed decision-making
- Measure progress
- Inspire community action
Our work is as much a process as a product. Many of these indicators are produced annually, so future trend analysis will take
time. As you explore this site, the Development Team encourages your feedback to help continue to improve this community resource.To receive a quarterly Fresno Community Scorecard e-newsletter with updates about select indicators and stories of success, subscribe.
Fresno is the heart and soul of the State of California. Our people are culturally diverse, hard-working and community-minded. We are the caretakers of some of the most beautiful and fertile land in the world. We are now the 5th largest city in the Golden State. Fresno is proud to offer big city amenities with small town ease.
Average Annual Wage in the Top-Four Employing Sectors: Average annual wage by sector gives insight into the health of Fresno County's economy. Wages and salaries form the largest component of personal income, one of the two fundamental measures of the size of a regional economy. Economists typically tie private sector wage growth to labor productivity growth. Wages vary by many factors, including the education or training required for the job, the supply of job-seekers, regional demand for certain skills, experience of job seekers, and the pull of other nearby labor markets. more information