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City of Escondido, CA - Economic Area of Influence Data Dashboard

Companies of all sizes find their home in the City of Escondido, where entrepreneurship and comfortable living run deep through our coastal mountains. Located just 30 miles from San Diego, business owners can set up shop in Escondido’s vibrant, diverse community while still enjoying the big-city buzz. Meaning “hidden” in Spanish, Escondido is truly the hidden gem in San Diego County.

Please note that the data found in this dashboard include the economic area of influence of the City of Escondido, which extends slightly beyond the City borders. This data geography is defined as a 7-Zip Code cluster: 92027, 92026, 92025, 92029, 92030, 92033, 92046. Data geography defined in each chart below. For questions or clarification, please contact us by clicking here.


Escondido's population decreased by 2,898 over the last 5 years but is projected to grow by 2,676 over the next 5 years.

$9.2B GRP

Gross Regional Product of Escondido

70,978 Jobs

Jobs in Escondido decreased by 1,011 over the last 5 years but are projected to grow by 1,601 over the next 5 years.


Regional average earnings per job in Escondido are $3.0K below the national average earnings of $75.5K per job.

Population and Jobs

Population by Age Cohort


Median Commute (minutes) of Escondido Workforce


Remote Workers in Escondido

Where Our Workforce Works & Lives

List by zip code location of workforce commuting activity.


Projected 5-year Job Growth in Escondido


Goods and services that Escondido's industries require to operate are provided within the region.


Cost of labor in Escondido is 22% below CA average.

Real Estate

Industry & Economic Impact

Job Concentration

Job Postings


Educational Program Completions in San Diego County (2020)


Change in Distance Offered Programs in San Diego County since 2012


Average Home Sale Price in Escondido


Number of Housing Units in Escondido


Median Age in Escondido

Regional Home Value Comparison

Both Escondido and Oceanside are two of the oldest cities in North County San Diego, and two of the largest cities, with older housing stock that is naturally more affordable from a regional perspective.

Migration Activity

List of top counties' migration activity to/from San Diego County.