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Alabama 4.0%
Alaska 4.0%
Arizona 5.0%
Arkansas 3.0%
California 6.0%
Colorado 7.0%
Connecticut 6.0%
Delaware 5.0%
District of Columbia 9.0%
Florida 4.0%
Georgia 4.0%
Hawaii 4.0%
Idaho 5.0%
Illinois 5.0%
Indiana 4.0%
Iowa 4.0%
Kansas 4.0%
Kentucky 3.0%
Louisiana 3.0%
Maine 4.0%
Maryland 8.0%
Massachusetts 7.0%
Michigan 5.0%
Minnesota 6.0%
Mississippi 2.0%
Missouri 4.0%
Montana 4.0%
Nebraska 4.0%
Nevada 3.0%
New Hampshire 6.0%
New Jersey 6.0%
New Mexico 6.0%
New York 4.0%
North Carolina 4.0%
North Dakota 4.0%
Ohio 4.0%
Oklahoma 4.0%
Oregon 5.0%
Pennsylvania 5.0%
Puerto Rico -
Rhode Island 5.0%
South Carolina 4.0%
South Dakota 4.0%
Tennessee 4.0%
Texas 5.0%
Utah 6.0%
Vermont 5.0%
Virginia 8.0%
Washington 7.0%
West Virginia 3.0%
Wisconsin 5.0%
Wyoming 5.0%

Source: Population Reference Bureau analysis of the U.S. Census Bureau’s American Community Survey (ACS) internal microdata files.

Definition: The science and engineering labor force includes people employed or unemployed in computer science, engineering, architecture, life science, physical science, and social science occupations.  

Notes: Data are subject to both sampling and nonsampling error. A hyphen (-) indicates data are not available.

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