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Science & Engineering State Indicators

U.S. State trends in science and engineering education, workforce, research and development, patents and publications, and knowledge-intensive industries.

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Jump into the data to expore questions like these

How do state commitments of resources for education at different levels and state R&D performance compare?
Relevant indicators:
Are states whose universities produce more articles and patents also involved in more high-technology business activity?
Relevant indicators:


  • Public School Teacher Salaries
  • Individuals with High School or Higher Level Degree among 25–44-Year-Old Population
  • Associate's Degrees in Science and Engineering Conferred per 1,000 Individuals 18–24 Years Old
  • Associate's Degrees in Technology Conferred per 1,000 Individuals 18–24 Years Old
  • Bachelor's Degrees Conferred per 1,000 Individuals 18–24 Years Old
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Ready access to accurate and timely state-level information is an important tool for  formulating effective science and technology (S&T) policies at both the state and  national levels. By studying the performance of their peers, state policymakers may  be better able to assess their own programs and performance.