Located in Southern Los Angeles County, Compton is a culturally diverse town filled to the brim with people from different backgrounds and cultures. Compton was the eighth city incorporated in California on May 11, 1888. According to the 2010 United States Census, The "Hub City" has a population of 96,455 and also boasts one of the youngest median ages in the United States.
Compton Homes for Sale
Home prices in Compton are in the same category as some of the highest price homes in the United States but is relatively low compared to some of the most costly neighborhoods in California. One can easily find quality bargain buys in the area; with single family homes listed at affordable rates.
Compton Neighborhoods and Districts
With large diversity gap, Compton is divided into two smaller districts and areas, which are listed as follows:
These two districts are further divided into neighborhoods listed below:
Coral Tree TA
New England Manor
North Long Beach
Paramount Emerald Court
St. Francis Place
Compton Employment and Economy:
Despite its notable violence problems, Compton is highly rated for its business potential as it has the Alameda Corridor running right through it. Ports of all sorts are located close by and thus the economy is financially stable despite suffering some major setbacks to the recession.
The workforce in the city of Compton is made up of more blue-collar workers than many other cities in America by nearly 15%. As a whole, Compton's workforce is embodied of office positions, sales positions, service providers, production workers, and manufacturers. Administrative support, sales jobs, and maintenance positions
Compton Top Employers
The average high temperature in July is 82.9
degrees, with an average low temperature in January of 46 degrees.
The average rainfall is approximately 15.07 inches
per year, with inches of snow per year.
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