Our President & CEO Matt Mahood always says, "San Jose and Silicon Valley's secret sauce is our diversity."
According to WalletHub, San Jose was named the 8th most Diverse Large City in the U.S.
Already known as 'Top 10 Millennial Magnet City,' 'A Best Place to Live in America,' 'One of the Happiest Places to Live,' and 'One of the Happiest Cities to Work In,' this latest title confirm what we all already know: San Jose IS the best place to live, play and do business in.
To determine the most kaleidoscopic places in the U.S., WalletHub’s analysts compared the demographic profiles of more than 500 of the largest cities across five major diversity categories: socioeconomic, cultural, economic, household and religious.
San Jose ranks 16th overall but 8th among large cities.
Diversity in San Jose (1=Most Diverse; 250=Avg.)
- 76th–Income Diversity
- 22nd– Educational-Attainment Diversity
- 17th– Racial & Ethnic Diversity
- 2nd – Linguistic Diversity
- 184th– Industry Diversity
- 16th– Household-Size Diversity