The blue- and white-collar residents of Hemet work largely in administrative support and sales roles. Most residents have a high school diploma, but many have no education beyond that. In addition, residents tend to be lower-income. It's also an ethnically diverse area with nearly 40% of residents of Hispanic or Latino descent and more than 15% of the population being born outside the US. Hemet residents trust their internet services to connect with the community. Compared with 94% of California, 100% of Hemet has access to high-speed internet.
Time Warner Spectrum provides cable internet to 100% of Hemet residents and is the only supplier of this service in the area. Unlike much of the country, fiber optics are quite prevalent in Hemet with Frontier Fios reaching 93% of homes. Frontier Fios also offers DSL to 52% of residents west of Mt. San Jacinto State Park. In that same area, New Edge Networks offers an alternative DSL service to 1% of residents.
Businesses have access to all the services offered to residents and a few other suppliers. Megapth offers DSL and copper wire to commercial users while Windtream provides another fiber optics option to 1% of businesses.