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Employment data are from the U.S. Department of Labor's Bureau of Labor Statistics, Occupational Employment Statistics (OES) and Employment Projections programs.State-level projections data are from Projections Central and each state's Labor Market Information office.
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Current Employment for Geoscientists, Except Hydrologists and Geographers in UNITED STATES

Rank State 2018 Employment
  United States 29,260
1 Texas 7,810
2 California 4,100
3 Colorado 2,010
4 Pennsylvania 1,210
5 Oklahoma 1,140
6 Louisiana 910
7 Washington 880
8 Florida 740
9 New York 700
10 Maryland 600
11 Nevada 540
12 Georgia 490
13 Alaska 430
14 North Carolina 430
15 Arizona 420
16 Michigan 420
17 Massachusetts 400
18 Indiana 390
19 Illinois 350
20 Mississippi 350
21 Oregon 330
22 Virginia 320
23 Ohio 310
24 Minnesota 270
25 New Mexico 270
26 Utah 260
27 Kansas 250
28 Missouri 230
29 New Jersey 220
30 Alabama 210
31 Kentucky 210
32 Montana 210
33 Tennessee 200
34 South Carolina 190
35 West Virginia 160
36 Wyoming 160
37 Connecticut 140
38 Hawaii 120
39 New Hampshire 110
40 Delaware 100
41 Arkansas 90
42 Idaho 90
43 Wisconsin 80
44 Maine 70
45 North Dakota 70
46 Rhode Island 70
47 Nebraska 60
48 South Dakota 60
49 Iowa 50
50 American Samoa No Data Available
51 District of Columbia No Data Available
52 Guam No Data Available
53 Northern Mariana Islands No Data Available
54 Puerto Rico No Data Available
55 Vermont No Data Available
56 Virgin Islands No Data Available