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Alabama $61,810
Alaska $69,720
Arizona $62,530
Arkansas $52,705
California $75,035
Colorado $66,585
Connecticut $71,105
Delaware $67,840
District of Columbia $72,435
Florida $56,105
Georgia $63,275
Hawaii $58,080
Idaho $50,735
Illinois $66,255
Indiana $58,280
Iowa $54,970
Kansas $59,050
Kentucky $51,755
Louisiana $61,070
Maine $51,555
Maryland $80,400
Massachusetts $72,185
Michigan $62,420
Minnesota $63,205
Mississippi $52,355
Missouri $60,555
Montana $50,605
Nebraska $52,630
Nevada $58,545
New Hampshire $67,640
New Jersey $79,845
New Mexico $60,445
New York $62,485
North Carolina $60,240
North Dakota $43,715
Ohio $60,005
Oklahoma $53,850
Oregon $61,035
Pennsylvania $61,430
Puerto Rico -
Rhode Island $66,975
South Carolina $56,380
South Dakota $42,160
Tennessee $55,410
Texas $65,605
Utah $56,630
Vermont $56,785
Virginia $77,295
Washington $71,320
West Virginia $60,070
Wisconsin $56,325
Wyoming $50,625

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 not adjusted for inflation and are subject to both sampling and nonsampling error. A hyphen (-) indicates data are not available.

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