Tagalog language is predominantly spoken by San Josenian especially in urban areas, 72.10% of its total population speak this dialect.
San Jose City has over 40 religious sects. However, majority of its people are Roman Catholics (95,482) followed by Iglesia Ni Cristo (7,418).
The crude birth rate of the city is 20.24 as of 2015 while the crude death rate is 6.67.
Based on the age distribution of the January up to December 2015 population, the dependency ratio is 31.62% (43,859), which means that less than half of the population is dependent.
In the whole 38 barangays of the city there are around 58 Day Care Centers which are being operated by the City Social Welfare and Development Office. There are 2,571 number of children enrolled during school year 2015 handled by 61 Day Care Workers. In some barangays with voluminous enrollment, the Day Care Workers hold two class sessions.
Based on the 2015 statistics, the city has a potential labor force of 86,836 representing 62.90% of the total population.