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Top 101 cities with largest percentage of males in occupations: Professional and related occupations: (population 50,000+)


1.  Rockville, MD (housing, pop. 59,114): 6.8%
2.  Palo Alto, CA (housing, pop. 57,809): 6.1%
3.  Bethesda, MD (housing, pop. 55,277): 5.5%
4.  Cambridge, MA (housing, pop. 101,365): 5.3%
5.  Davis, CA (housing, pop. 60,964): 5.2%
6.  Ann Arbor, MI (housing, pop. 113,206): 4.4%
7.  Ames, IA (housing, pop. 51,557): 4.3%
8.  Brookline, MA (housing, pop. 57,107): 4.3%
9.  Berkeley, CA (housing, pop. 101,555): 4.2%
10.  Gaithersburg, MD (housing, pop. 57,934): 4.0%
11.  College Station, TX (housing, pop. 74,125): 3.9%
12.  Boulder, CO (housing, pop. 91,481): 3.7%
13.  Mountain View, CA (housing, pop. 70,090): 3.5%
14.  The Woodlands, TX (housing, pop. 55,649): 3.5%
15.  Livermore, CA (housing, pop. 79,438): 3.4%
16.  Somerville, MA (housing, pop. 74,554): 3.1%
17.  Frederick, MD (housing, pop. 58,882): 3.1%
18.  Gainesville, FL (housing, pop. 108,655): 3.0%
19.  Madison, WI (housing, pop. 223,389): 3.0%
20.  Durham, NC (housing, pop. 209,009): 3.0%
21.  Columbia, MD (housing, pop. 88,254): 2.9%
22.  Pasadena, CA (housing, pop. 144,133): 2.8%
23.  Idaho Falls, ID (housing, pop. 52,786): 2.7%
24.  Manhattan, KS (housing, pop. 50,737): 2.6%
25.  Santa Fe, NM (housing, pop. 72,056): 2.6%
26.  Auburn, AL (housing, pop. 51,906): 2.5%
27.  Columbia, MO (housing, pop. 94,428): 2.5%
28.  Brandywine, DE (housing, pop. 78,620): 2.5%
29.  Midland, TX (housing, pop. 102,073): 2.5%
30.  Cupertino, CA (housing, pop. 52,948): 2.4%
31.  Germantown, MD (housing, pop. 55,419): 2.4%
32.  Cary, NC (housing, pop. 112,414): 2.4%
33.  Silver Spring, MD (housing, pop. 76,540): 2.3%
34.  Galveston, TX (housing, pop. 57,523): 2.3%
35.  Towson, MD (housing, pop. 51,793): 2.3%
36.  New Haven, CT (housing, pop. 124,001): 2.3%
37.  Champaign, IL (housing, pop. 73,685): 2.3%
38.  Newton, MA (housing, pop. 82,819): 2.1%
39.  Greater Newark, DE (housing, pop. 67,114): 2.1%
40.  Irvine, CA (housing, pop. 193,956): 2.1%
41.  Carmel, IN (housing, pop. 60,570): 2.0%
42.  Rochester, MN (housing, pop. 96,975): 2.0%
43.  Ellicott City, MD (housing, pop. 56,397): 2.0%
44.  Fort Collins, CO (housing, pop. 129,467): 2.0%
45.  Flagstaff, AZ (housing, pop. 58,213): 2.0%
46.  Athens, GA (housing, pop. 76,500): 2.0%
47.  Sugar Land, TX (housing, pop. 79,943): 2.0%
48.  Iowa City, IA (housing, pop. 62,649): 1.9%
49.  Athens-Clarke County, GA (housing, pop. 111,580): 1.8%
50.  Lakewood, CO (housing, pop. 140,024): 1.8%
51.  Coconino, AZ (housing, pop. 74,488): 1.8%
52.  San Diego, CA (housing, pop. 1,256,951): 1.8%
53.  Catalina Foothills, AZ (housing, pop. 53,794): 1.8%
54.  Waltham, MA (housing, pop. 59,352): 1.8%
55.  Walnut Creek, CA (housing, pop. 63,701): 1.8%
56.  Aspen Hill, MD (housing, pop. 50,228): 1.8%
57.  Hamden, CT (housing, pop. 57,841): 1.8%
58.  Thousand Oaks, CA (housing, pop. 124,207): 1.7%
59.  Edison, NJ (housing, pop. 97,687): 1.7%
60.  Woodbury, MN (housing, pop. 54,365): 1.7%
61.  Norman, OK (housing, pop. 102,827): 1.7%
62.  Wheaton-Glenmont, MD (housing, pop. 57,694): 1.6%
63.  Oak Park, IL (housing, pop. 50,272): 1.6%
64.  Encinitas, CA (housing, pop. 59,260): 1.6%
65.  Salt Lake City, UT (housing, pop. 178,858): 1.6%
66.  Kennewick, WA (housing, pop. 62,276): 1.6%
67.  Boston, MA (housing, pop. 590,763): 1.6%
68.  Seattle, WA (housing, pop. 582,454): 1.6%
69.  Brazosport, TX (housing, pop. 59,653): 1.6%
70.  Pittsburgh, PA (housing, pop. 312,819): 1.6%
71.  Las Cruces, NM (housing, pop. 86,268): 1.6%
72.  Missoula, MT (housing, pop. 64,081): 1.6%
73.  Bloomington, IN (housing, pop. 69,247): 1.6%
74.  Santa Cruz, CA (housing, pop. 54,778): 1.6%
75.  Lafayette, LA (housing, pop. 114,214): 1.5%
76.  West Contra Costa, CA (housing, pop. 236,008): 1.5%
77.  San Mateo, CA (housing, pop. 91,601): 1.5%
78.  Raleigh, NC (housing, pop. 356,321): 1.5%
79.  Pleasanton, CA (housing, pop. 66,397): 1.4%
80.  Missouri City, TX (housing, pop. 73,679): 1.4%
81.  Evanston, IL (housing, pop. 75,543): 1.4%
82.  Reston, VA (housing, pop. 56,407): 1.4%
83.  Lawrence, KS (housing, pop. 88,605): 1.4%
84.  Baton Rouge, LA (housing, pop. 229,553): 1.4%
85.  Arcadia, CA (housing, pop. 56,486): 1.4%
86.  Casas Adobes, AZ (housing, pop. 54,011): 1.4%
87.  Sunnyvale, CA (housing, pop. 130,519): 1.3%
88.  Carlsbad, CA (housing, pop. 92,928): 1.3%
89.  Huntsville, AL (housing, pop. 168,132): 1.3%
90.  Anchorage, AK (housing, pop. 278,700): 1.3%
91.  Naperville, IL (housing, pop. 142,901): 1.3%
92.  Bowie, MD (housing, pop. 53,325): 1.3%
93.  Skokie, IL (housing, pop. 66,659): 1.3%
94.  West Hartford, CT (housing, pop. 63,589): 1.3%
95.  Alameda, CA (housing, pop. 70,699): 1.2%
96.  Malden, MA (housing, pop. 55,595): 1.2%
97.  Tallahassee, FL (housing, pop. 159,012): 1.2%
98.  Southeast Montgomery, TX (housing, pop. 208,076): 1.2%
99.  Albany, NY (housing, pop. 93,963): 1.2%
100.  Central Contra Costa, CA (housing, pop. 459,252): 1.2%
101.  Northeast Jefferson, CO (housing, pop. 450,166): 1.2%



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