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Table 8-13.
Federal R&D obligations per civilian worker, by state: 1992, 1996, & 2000
  Federal R&D obligations
(thousands of dollars)
Civilian workers Federal R&D obligations per
civilian worker (dollars)
State 1992 1996 2000 1992 1996 2000 1992 1996 2000
All states 63,818,372 66,071,314 71,034,535 118,534,413 126,902,959 136,927,182 538 521 519
  Alabama 2,151,670 2,178,776 1,614,901 1,816,751 1,990,992 2,042,827 1,184 1,094 791
  Alaska 92,966 93,334 146,777 261,155 288,511 297,455 356 324 493
  Arizona 638,209 706,673 1,121,701 1,673,329 2,087,744 2,381,921 381 338 471
  Arkansas 68,848 148,166 116,333 1,069,498 1,164,104 1,207,006 64 127 96
  California 15,999,143 12,658,120 14,082,960 13,973,304 14,391,485 16,048,937 1,145 880 878
  Colorado 1,479,238 1,277,553 1,369,733 1,710,242 2,004,741 2,286,203 865 637 599
  Connecticut 578,332 798,866 806,228 1,680,758 1,619,809 1,743,504 344 493 462
  Delaware 43,065 64,865 69,867 346,265 363,315 399,874 124 179 175
  District of Columbia 2,185,196 2,574,139 2,374,647 283,586 247,800 292,704 7,706 10,388 8,113
  Florida 2,832,290 2,957,866 2,216,206 6,015,795 6,603,424 7,520,377 471 448 295
  Georgia 2,512,567 4,137,785 2,632,186 3,119,071 3,566,542 4,094,668 806 1,160 643
  Hawaii 150,654 147,574 209,737 557,430 555,747 566,142 270 266 370
  Idaho 299,457 244,579 216,928 497,343 584,873 624,829 602 418 347
  Illinois 921,924 1,094,284 1,404,613 5,561,305 5,839,807 6,243,968 166 187 225
  Indiana 367,003 439,766 506,326 2,652,386 2,938,752 3,020,326 138 150 168
  Iowa 194,674 213,370 267,038 1,440,385 1,533,334 1,547,772 135 139 173
  Kansas 91,235 212,035 223,493 1,255,435 1,287,825 1,357,420 73 165 165
  Kentucky 71,706 78,597 203,851 1,644,594 1,759,772 1,907,096 44 45 107
  Louisiana 169,580 228,730 249,045 1,776,772 1,863,250 1,918,716 95 123 130
  Maine 60,568 56,711 249,812 603,803 631,965 664,487 100 90 376
  Maryland 5,779,695 6,730,700 8,684,796 2,497,600 2,651,542 2,682,600 2,314 2,538 3,237
  Massachusetts 3,227,932 3,192,130 4,145,472 2,875,809 3,034,989 3,230,169 1,122 1,052 1,283
  Michigan 876,267 707,914 975,052 4,273,741 4,658,776 4,989,288 205 152 195
  Minnesota 456,392 679,503 781,132 2,289,419 2,499,522 2,704,989 199 272 289
  Mississippi 255,695 250,633 394,585 1,093,688 1,180,215 1,260,277 234 212 313
  Missouri 733,542 1,267,840 890,597 2,515,450 2,772,003 2,867,751 292 457 311
  Montana 71,548 63,042 95,025 392,556 422,434 452,860 182 149 210
  Nebraska 71,143 88,454 98,491 813,076 883,284 917,042 87 100 107
  Nevada 465,781 253,235 263,897 666,348 794,455 1,016,210 699 319 260
  New Hampshire 156,135 268,476 356,873 564,565 597,195 672,536 277 450 531
  New Jersey 1,646,784 1,272,576 1,937,769 3,690,214 3,878,434 4,128,649 446 328 469
  New Mexico 2,211,251 1,954,981 2,130,504 688,763 733,625 812,347 3,210 2,665 2,623
  New York 3,058,737 2,504,851 2,927,523 7,911,253 8,075,708 8,775,663 387 310 334
  North Carolina 700,671 821,457 1,062,536 3,334,507 3,618,202 3,995,484 210 227 266
  North Dakota 54,230 46,178 64,051 298,437 333,616 334,773 182 138 191
  Ohio 1,863,371 1,681,723 1,799,136 5,094,796 5,364,743 5,529,904 366 313 325
  Oklahoma 126,054 138,258 185,121 1,433,459 1,511,991 1,601,248 88 91 116
  Oregon 226,514 308,179 468,167 1,429,496 1,616,125 1,733,280 158 191 270
  Pennsylvania 1,794,428 1,921,246 2,357,552 5,439,531 5,587,310 5,833,113 330 344 404
  Rhode Island 386,339 583,158 418,037 474,214 468,284 520,809 815 1,245 803
  South Carolina 172,130 186,659 248,988 1,682,743 1,753,247 1,900,817 102 106 131
  South Dakota 23,886 35,041 38,803 341,854 379,898 397,873 70 92 98
  Tennessee 666,025 558,572 734,406 2,297,758 2,602,672 2,720,964 290 215 270
  Texas 2,872,956 3,493,457 2,671,790 8,308,202 9,129,997 9,950,535 346 383 269
  Utah 313,996 351,719 285,968 821,434 976,817 1,105,951 382 360 259
  Vermont 51,314 47,089 72,030 289,515 308,887 324,171 177 152 222
  Virginia 3,231,339 4,576,317 4,842,811 3,180,803 3,241,326 3,524,677 1,016 1,412 1,374
  Washington 900,492 1,152,903 1,329,466 2,446,615 2,691,616 2,891,456 368 428 460
  West Virginia 166,380 254,384 235,677 686,570 744,945 765,132 242 341 308
  Wisconsin 307,651 331,373 420,839 2,537,534 2,823,966 2,862,683 121 117 147
  Wyoming 41,369 37,477 35,059 225,256 243,343 257,699 184 154 136
Puerto Rico NA 51,614 81,016 986,778 1,112,474 1,173,795 NA 46 69
NA not available

NOTES: The state total for each year is the sum of the 50 states and the District of Columbia. Only the following 10 agencies were required to report Federal R&D obligations: the Departments of Agriculture, Commerce, Defense, Energy, Health and Human Services, the Interior, and Transportation; the Environmental Protection Agency; the National Aeronautics and Space Administration; and the National Science Foundation. These obligations represent approximately 98 percent of total Federal R&D obligations in FY 1992, 1996, and 2000. Civilian workers represent the employed component of the civilian labor force and are reported as annual data, not seasonally adjusted.

SOURCES: National Science Foundation, Division of Science Resources Statistics, Federal Funds for Research and Development, various years; and U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics, Local Area Unemployment Statistics.


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