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Old 01-06-2018, 04:13 PM
 
Location: Tokyo, Japan
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Tech Sector Employment & GSP, 2016:

Meant to post this a month back but was in Japan for a while. Will do it now though. The information in the report is sourced directly from the United States Government's Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) on both the employment and GSP. The BLS defines which occupations are in the tech sector and I'll provide a list of those occupations momentarily, for those interested in it (press "show" to view the list).

Jobs and Occupations considered to be Tech by the BLS:
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- Computer and Information Systems Managers
- Computer and Information Research Scientists
- Computer Systems Analysts
- Information Security Analysts
- Computer Programmers
- Software Developers, Applications
- Software Developers, Systems Software
- Web Developers
- Database Administrators
- Network and Computer Systems Administrators
- Computer Network Architects
- Computer Support Specialists
- Computer Network Support Specialists
- Computer Occupations, All Other
- Engineering Managers
- Aerospace Engineers
- Biomedical Engineers
- Computer Hardware Engineers
- Electrical Engineers
- Electronics Engineers, Except Computer
- Industrial Engineers
- Materials Engineers
- Mechanical Engineers
- Engineers, All Other
- Aerospace Engineering and Operations Technicians
- Electrical and Electronics Engineering Technicians
- Electro-Mechanical Technicians
- Industrial Engineering Technicians
- Mechanical Engineering Technicians
- Engineering Technicians, Except Drafters, All Other
- Audio and Video Equipment Technicians
- Broadcast Technicians
- Sound Engineering Technicians
- Computer Operators
- Computer, Automated Teller, and Office Machine Repairers
- Radio, Cellular, and Tower Equipment Installers and Repairs
- Telecommunications Equipment Installers and Repairers, Except Line Installers
- Avionics Technicians
- Electric Motor, Power Tool, and Related Repairers
- Electrical and Electronics Installers and Repairers, Transportation, Equipment
- Electrical and Electronics Repairers, Commercial and Industrial Equipment
- Electrical and Electronics Repairers, Powerhouse, Substation, and Relay
- Electronic Equipment Installers and Repairers, Motor Vehicles
- Electronic Home Entertainment Equipment Installers and Repairers
- Security and Fire Alarm Systems Installers
- Coil Winders, Tapers, and Finishers
- Electrical and Electronic Equipment Assemblers
- Electromechanical Equipment Assemblers
- Computer-Controlled Machine Tool Operators, Metal and Plastic
- Computer Numerically Controlled Machine Tool Programmers, Metal and Plastic


Tech Sector Employment by State (+ District of Columbia), 2016:
01. California: 1,186,471
02. Texas: 592,960
03. New York: 377,736
04. Florida: 318,343
05. Massachusetts: 300,632
06. Virginia: 291,312
07. Illinois: 245,674
08. Pennsylvania: 237,664
09. Washington: 226,452
10. Michigan: 221,994
11. New Jersey: 214,737
12. Georgia: 207,865
13. North Carolina: 197,880
14. Colorado: 196,651
15. Ohio: 183,989
16. Maryland: 182,539
17. Minnesota: 140,970
18. Arizona: 139,439
19. Missouri: 112,073
20. Wisconsin: 101,542
21. Oregon: 95,307
22. Utah: 87,234
23. Indiana: 84,382
24. Alabama: 79,619
25. Tennessee: 77,683
26. Connecticut: 75,096
27. South Carolina: 62,360
28. Kentucky: 50,793
29. Kansas: 49,762
30. New Mexico: 47,252
31. Louisiana: 46,877
32. Iowa: 45,068
33. New Hampshire: 41,846
34. District of Columbia: 38,485
35. Oklahoma: 36,336
36. Nebraska: 34,220
37. Idaho: 32,802
38. Nevada: 31,003
39. Arkansas: 26,900
40. Mississippi: 22,261
41. Rhode Island: 20,189
42. Delaware: 18,752
43. Maine: 16,190
44. West Virginia: 15,460
45. Hawaii: 15,380
46. Vermont: 13,376
47. Montana: 13,201
48. North Dakota: 12,578
49. Alaska: 10,610
50. South Dakota: 10,595
51. Wyoming: 4,820

Tech Sector Average Annual Wages by State (+ District of Columbia), 2016:
01. California: $153,990
02. Washington: $134,755
03. Massachusetts: $131,329
04. New Jersey: $121,075
05. New York: $118,409
06. District of Columbia: $113,592
07. Virginia: $112,014
08. Maryland: $107,193
09. Oregon: $107,144
10. Colorado: $106,935
11. Connecticut: $105,548
12. Delaware: $104,440
13. Texas: $102,251
14. New Hampshire: $100,190
15. Illinois: $99,499
16. Arizona: $97,352
17. Minnesota: $95,939
18. Pennsylvania: $95,630
19. Georgia: $94,915
20. North Carolina: $93,220
21. Michigan: $89,159
22. Missouri: $86,936
23. Florida: $86,563
24. New Mexico: $85,198
25. Idaho: $83,418
26. Vermont: $83,277
27. Nevada: $83,193
28. Rhode Island: $82,685
29. Alabama: $82,428
30. Hawaii: $81,629
31. Utah: $81,364
32. Tennessee: $80,244
33. Ohio: $80,189
34. Alaska: $79,579
35. Wisconsin: $79,521
36. Kansas: $79,350
37. North Dakota: $78,576
38. Iowa: $77,605
39. Maine: $77,586
40. South Carolina: $76,589
41. Louisiana: $75,163
42. Indiana: $74,141
43. Nebraska: $73,931
44. Oklahoma: $69,718
45. Arkansas: $69,345
46. Kentucky: $69,258
47. Montana: $68,673
48. West Virginia: $66,400
49. Wyoming: $63,899
50. Mississippi: $63,183
51. South Dakota: $61,947

Tech Sector Gross State Product (GSP) by State (+ District of Columbia), 2016:
01. California: $312,050,287,283
02. Texas: $117,172,033,074
03. New York: $85,605,831,718
04. Massachusetts: $61,434,959,241
05. Washington: $58,919,181,381
06. Florida: $54,178,284,955
07. Virginia: $51,341,977,177
08. New Jersey: $45,445,228,513
09. Illinois: $43,029,760,245
10. Pennsylvania: $40,112,850,671
11. Georgia: $39,689,818,829
12. Oregon: $39,215,000,000
13. Colorado: $36,173,763,693
14. North Carolina: $32,843,455,085
15. Maryland: $32,047,724,709
16. Michigan: $30,727,413,014
17. Ohio: $27,670,249,406
18. Arizona: $25,110,457,216
19. Minnesota: $24,444,933,529
20. Missouri: $17,265,011,379
21. Wisconsin: $15,388,074,692
22. Connecticut: $13,528,603,057
23. Utah: $12,321,430,236
24. Indiana: $12,140,504,230
25. Tennessee: $11,670,092,278
26. Alabama: $10,903,874,974
27. South Carolina: $9,196,378,803
28. New Hampshire: $7,486,704,292
29. New Mexico: $7,372,721,959
30. Kansas: $7,340,860,366
31. Iowa: $6,967,037,319
32. Louisiana: $6,611,748,408
33. Kentucky: $6,524,067,885
34. District of Columbia: $6,215,084,292
35. Oklahoma: $5,203,878,096
36. Nevada: $5,003,603,051
37. Idaho: $4,988,093,940
38. Nebraska: $4,511,952,163
39. Delaware: $4,343,677,112
40. Arkansas: $3,894,916,246
41. Rhode Island: $3,005,252,664
42. Mississippi: $2,997,306,728
43. Hawaii: $2,616,839,865
44. Maine: $2,292,690,049
45. Alaska: $2,238,766,500
46. West Virginia: $2,177,564,835
47. Vermont: $2,053,315,877
48. North Dakota: $1,979,410,382
49. Montana: $1,669,758,654
50. South Dakota: $1,521,313,702
51. Wyoming: $870,317,898

http://www.cyberstates.org/pdf/CompT...tes%202017.pdf

I'll do full MSA Tech Sector employment at a later time in the future.
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Old 01-06-2018, 04:23 PM
 
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Would also be interested in GSP per tech worker since it's a rough measure of productivity/value per tech worker
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Old 01-06-2018, 05:01 PM
 
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Yes it would be. Some states are weighted more heavily to call centers and manufacturing, while others are more about development, leadership, R&D, etc.
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