Location and Weather
San Clemente is a coastal city on the Pacific Ocean in Southern California. 62 miles southeast of Los Angeles and 59 miles northwest of San Diego, San Clemente is the quintessential California beach town. The San Clemente culture is one of surfing, beachgoing and skateboarding. It has a shopping outlet, many restaurants and bars throughout the beachside and city.
San Clemente summers are short, warm, arid, and clear, while the winters are long, cool, and partly cloudy. The summer temperatures are in the mid-70’s, with lows in the mid-60’s. The winter temperatures are in the mid-60’s, with lows in the high 40’s.
Population, Job Market and Cost of Living
The population of San Clemente in 2019 was 65,226, with an annual growth rate of .63%. The job growth has increased by .63% over the last year and in ten years, is predicted to have increased by 32.08%. The major industries are in professional, scientific and technical services, manufacturing, health care and social assistance. The largest employers are ICU Medical, Evolution Hospitality, DealerSocket (internet industry), and Oggis Pizza & Brewing Company. The cost of living is high, due to the San Clemente real estate market and availability of housing.
With a culture of surfing, skating and boating, good job growth in diversified industries and mild climate, San Clemente will continue to attract young professionals and their families to live there.
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