December 5, 2020  
 
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Research and Development in the Physical, Engineering, and Life Sciences

Research and Development in the Physical, Engineering, and Life Sciences aren't as popular as as many other business types in the United States. Still, across the entire nation, there are more than 10,000 Research and Development in the Physical, Engineering, and Life Sciences. Given the current population of the United States, each one of those Research and Development in the Physical, Engineering, and Life Sciences serves about 30,000 citizens on average. Our analysis suggests that Research and Development in the Physical, Engineering, and Life Sciences will typically employ 1 to 4 employees. As such, Research and Development in the Physical, Engineering, and Life Sciences play an important role in the national economy.

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States with Research and Development in the Physical, Engineering, and Life Sciences
(Ordered by # per 100,000 Residents)

  State Businesses Businesses per 100K Residents
1. District of Columbia 139 24.52
2. Massachusetts 776 12.22
3. Maryland 589 11.12
4. New Mexico 176 9.71
5. Colorado 417 9.70
6. Alaska 58 9.28
7. Virginia 600 8.48
8. California 2,852 8.42
9. Utah 185 8.29
10. Hawaii 90 7.43
11. Washington 389 6.64
12. New Hampshire 80 6.47
13. New Jersey 544 6.47
14. Delaware 50 6.38
15. Montana 55 6.11
16. Rhode Island 62 5.91
17. Connecticut 195 5.82
18. Oregon 188 5.51
19. Nevada 107 5.37
20. North Carolina 425 5.28
21. Vermont 31 5.09
22. Wyoming 23 4.68
23. Minnesota 225 4.58
24. Alabama 190 4.28
25. Idaho 54 4.18
26. Pennsylvania 511 4.16
27. New York 765 4.03
28. Florida 636 3.98
29. Arizona 199 3.88
30. Ohio 437 3.86
31. North Dakota 24 3.75
32. South Dakota 28 3.73
33. Maine 46 3.62
34. Texas 730 3.50
35. Georgia 263 3.26
36. Kansas 83 3.09
37. Illinois 383 3.08
38. Wisconsin 164 3.06
39. Missouri 170 3.04
40. Michigan 302 3.04
41. Nebraska 50 2.92
42. Indiana 166 2.73
43. Iowa 77 2.63
44. South Carolina 99 2.47
45. Oklahoma 82 2.38
46. Louisiana 105 2.35
47. West Virginia 42 2.34
48. Tennessee 125 2.20
49. Arkansas 55 2.06
50. Kentucky 83 2.06
51. Mississippi 52 1.83

Number of Research and Development in the Physical, Engineering, and Life Sciences by Number of Employees
(Data for Entire United States)

RangeNumber of Employees
1 to 46930
5 to 92133
10 to 191676
20 to 491623
50 to 99867
100 to 249582
250 to 499248
500 to 999106
1000 or more79

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