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Education in States and Nations: 1991

(ESN) Table 14b: Teaching and non-teaching staff employed in public and private education as a percentage of the total labor force, by type of staff, level of education, and state: 1991

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                     Teaching staff 
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                                                                   All
              Primary-     Higher       All   Non-teaching   education
State        secondary  education    levels          staff       staff
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Alabama            2.4        0.6       3.0            3.9         6.9
Alaska             3.0        0.6       3.6            3.3         6.9
Arizona            2.2        0.3       2.5            2.6         5.1
Arkansas           2.4        0.5       2.9            3.1         6.0
California         1.8        0.4       2.3            2.5         4.8
Colorado           2.1        0.6       2.7            2.7         5.4
Connecticut        2.2        0.5       2.7            2.4         5.1
Delaware           2.1        0.4       2.6            2.7         5.3
District of 
  Columbia         2.8        2.4       5.2            9.5        14.7
Florida            1.9        0.4       2.2            2.2         4.4
Georgia            2.3        0.4       2.7            3.0         5.7
Hawaii             2.2         **        **            1.4          **
Idaho              2.4        0.5       2.9            2.0         4.1
Illinois           2.1        0.6       2.7            2.8         5.5
Indiana            2.2        0.4       2.5            2.5         5.1
Iowa               2.3        0.6       2.9            3.5         6.4
Kansas             2.4        0.6       3.0            3.0         6.0
Kentucky           2.4        0.5       3.0            3.3         6.3
Louisiana          2.8        0.5       3.3            3.5         6.8
Maine              2.6        0.4       3.0            2.5         5.5
Maryland           2.1        0.6       2.6            2.7         5.3
Massachusetts      2.1        0.9       3.0            3.2         6.2
Michigan           2.1        0.5       2.6            3.2         5.7
Minnesota          2.1        0.6       2.7            3.0         5.7
Mississippi        2.7        0.5       3.2            3.4         6.6
Missouri           2.2        0.6       2.8            3.1         5.9
Montana            2.6        0.5       3.1            1.5         4.6
Nebraska           2.5        0.6       3.1            3.2         6.3
Nevada             1.8        0.4       2.3            0.9         3.1
New Hampshire      2.1        0.5       2.6            2.4         5.0
New Jersey         2.4        0.3       2.7            2.6         5.4
New Mexico         2.7        0.5       3.2            4.5         7.7
New York           2.4        0.7       3.1            3.5         6.6
North Carolina     2.1        0.7       2.8            2.9         5.7
North Dakota       2.6        0.8       3.4            3.1         6.5
Ohio               2.2        0.5       2.7            2.8         5.6
Oklahoma           2.6        0.5       3.1            2.9         6.0
Oregon             1.9        0.7       2.7            2.6         5.2
Pennsylvania       2.1        0.6       2.6            3.0         5.7
Rhode Island       2.3        0.7       3.0            2.9         5.9
South Carolina     2.3        0.5       2.8            2.6         5.4
South Dakota       2.7        0.5       3.2            2.4         5.6
Tennessee          2.0        0.5       2.5            3.1         5.6
Texas              2.7        0.5       3.2            2.2         5.5
Utah               2.4        0.7       3.2            3.3         6.5
Vermont            2.6        0.8       3.4            3.4         6.8
Virginia           2.2        0.4       2.6            3.0         5.6
Washington         1.9        0.5       2.4            2.4         4.7
West Virginia      2.8        0.6       3.4            3.0         6.4
Wisconsin          2.4        0.7       3.1            2.7         5.8
Wyoming            2.8        0.6       3.4            3.3         6.7
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NOTE: Because of rounding, details may not add to totals. Data for public primary secondary school staffing include imputations for Montana and Nevada. The number of other staff in private primary and secondary schools are imputed from national ratio of teaching to other staff in private schools. See supplemental note to Indicator 14 for details on the characteristics of the state-level data.

SOURCE: U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, 1990 Census of Population. U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics, Private Schools in the United States, Table 4.5; Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System, Fall Staff survey, 1991; Digest of Education Statistics, 1993, Table 82; and Digest of Education Statistics, 1994, Table 63.



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