San Diego is California’s second largest city, having a metropolitan population of 3,286,069 people. The current median household income for San Diego is $91,003. San Diego is located along the Pacific Coast in the southernmost region of California, very near the U.S.-Mexico border, which has an important influence on San Diego’s architecture, food, cultural events, arts, and social structures. Old San Diego is a charming historic and cultural district that draws tourists and locals alike, to enjoy authentic Spanish cuisine and entertainment. The downtown corridor is modern and busy, having lots of excellent food and entertainment options, and is a short jaunt down to the pier, where you will find fresh seafood, tour boats, and Navy ships lining the harbor. If you’re looking for great beaches, visit Coronado on North Island. The greater San Diego metro area is home to and hosts multiple major employers, including Qualcomm, Nokia, Neurocrine Biosciences, ProFlowers, San Diego Zoo, Scripps Research, LG Electronics, Illumina, TaylorMade Golf, PETCO and many others!