Interesting Statistics about Malibu
Malibu is a relatively small coastal city, ranking as the 382nd largest community in California. Malibu is home to some of the most expensive houses in the state and country with a median home value of $4.07 million. Malibu residents are mainly white-collar, with over 95% of the workforce having white-collar jobs. It is also home to many artists, designers, and people working in media, and is in the top 10% of communities in America with artist/creative types. Malibu also has a high population of its workforce working in jobs that involve computers and math ranking in the top 5%; and they have one of the highest populations that work from home with 24.16% of the workforce telecommuting or working from home. It is also a relatively highly educated community with 61.25% having college degrees compared to the 21.84% national average.
Malibu’s iconic points of interest
• Getty Villa, this museum is home to a collection of 44,000 Greek, Roman, and Etruscan antiquities dating from 6,500 BC to 400 AD.
• Malibu Bluffs Park, 10 acre park with panoramic views of the Pacific Ocean and the Santa Monica Mountains. This park is perfect for whale watching or having picnics.
• Surfrider Beach, is a perfect spot to catch some waves, go fishing, or play some volleyball.