I’m not sure I have the time to list every state, but here are a few I know of in the US: – Massachusetts – 2.2% – Vermont – 1.9% – New Jersey – 1% – Maryland – 1%.
– Washington, DC – 0.9%.
– Hawaii – 0% – Alaska – 0%.
– Utah – 0%, and the District of Columbia – 0,0% – Rhode Island – 0%).
That’s a little bit lower than average.
In addition, Hawaii has a high percentage of adults who are employed (7.9%), and the state’s high school graduation rate (77%) is very close to the national average (78%).
– Washington State – 4.2%.
And, of course, California has the highest percentage of college graduates (77%).
– Hawaii has the second highest percentage (76%) of its population with some form of post-secondary education, which is one of the few states in our survey that has been shown to have a significant impact on the state economy.
– California has a higher percentage of students in advanced degrees (22.6%) than all but three states: Arizona (27.1%), Illinois (23.5%), and Texas (24.9%).
– Vermont has a very high percentage (35%) of residents who are in the top quintile of educational attainment.
This is in part because of the state having one of America’s lowest median income levels (just $27,500), and a higher proportion of residents with bachelor’s degrees (37%).
– The state has the third lowest percentage of households earning more than $50,000 a year (14.6%), which may be due in part to the state allowing students to work part-time for college credit in exchange for tuition.
– Vermont also has the seventh lowest percentage (16.5%) of adults living in households with incomes above $100,000, and the fifth lowest income of the 50 states (16%).
The state also has an estimated 6.5% unemployment rate, which has been steadily declining for the last three decades.
– New York State – 9.5%.
And in all, New York is a pretty unique place in the United States, which isn’t saying much.
It’s the only state in the country that has more than two senators, four governors, three of the US House of Representatives, and four governorships.
The state was founded in 1791 as the New York Bay Colony.
– There are only three cities in the state, New Castle, Delaware, and Syracuse, which are not included in the survey.
But there are a lot of them.
The city of New Castle has the fourth highest population density in the nation (16,700 residents per square mile), and has a population that is about twice as high as the median US household income.
The highest density is in Buffalo, New Jersey, which ranks second with 13,500 residents per sq mile.
And the highest median household income in New York state is $77,000 per year.
Syracuse is the most expensive city in the county of New York, but the median home price in Syracuse is $2.8 million.
In terms of state’s most educated residents, Washington, D.C., is the only place in our list where at least 20% of the population is above the general US median income level.
The metro area of the nation’s capital has a percentage of residents that is a bit higher than the national median of 25%, and a percentage that is roughly half that of the general population.
And, while the city is a major hub for US transportation, the median income of Washington DC residents is just $41,100 per year, just over a third below the national poverty level of $28,800.
The average household income is about $53,400.
And while there are just two states in America with a higher rate of residents working in higher education than the average household in Washington DC, the state has a much higher percentage working in post-graduate education than in any other state.
In fact, nearly three-quarters of Washington D. C. residents work in some form at some level in the private sector.
That being said, D-C.
has the sixth highest proportion of adults with bachelor degrees in the entire US (22%), with almost two-thirds of all D.,C.
residents having bachelor’s degree or higher.
And just to show you how high this is, the percentage of all adults with a bachelor’s or higher degree in the city of D.D.C. is approximately four times higher than that of Washington, which in the case of Washington has a median income that is $64,300.
The last two states on the list are Louisiana and Texas, both of which have very high rates of unemployment (22%) and low incomes (32%), but have high proportions of college grad