Ramona is a census-designated place in San Diego County, California. Subsequent inhabitants of the area called the it the Warm Valley of St. Mary and then Santa Maria Valley. And we found the original township was named Nuevo until around 1886 when, at the insistence of landowner Milton Santee, the town was renamed Ramona, to take advantage of the enormous popularity of Helen Hunt Jackson's romantic novel.
Being an enjoyable and comfortable place to live means being a great place to work. A prosperous economy helps the tax base, so there is enough and even more money for city improvements. That also helps attract and retain top talent.
There are around 1059 local businesses in Ramona and 7552 total employees. The median household is $86,774. Employment opportunities often have a significant influence on why people change their places of residence. But it must not be forgotten that a city’s unemployment rate also is an essential indicator of an economy’s overall health. The statistics show that 95,7% of people in Ramona are employed and only 4,3% are unemployed.
Occupations in Ramona
|29,5%||Management, Business, Science and Arts|
|14,4%||Natural Resources, Construction and Maintenance|
|11,2%||Production, Transportation and Materials Moving|
|20,9%||Sales and Office|
Industry in Ramona
|3,1%||Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing and Hunting and Mining|
|2.6%||Transportation and Warehousing, and Utilities|
|4.1%||Finance and Insurance, and Real Estate and Rental and Leasing|
|12.5%||Professional, Scientific and Management and Administrative and Waste|
|21.6%||Educational Services and Health Care and Social Assistance|
|9.9%||Arts, Entertainment and recreation and Accommodation and food Services|
|6.6%||Other Services, Except Public Administration|
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