Zip Codes with the Highest Percentage of Population Employed in Community & Social Service in the United States

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Map of Zip Codes with the Highest Percentage of Population Employed in Community & Social Service in the United States

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Zip Codes with the Highest Percentage of Population Employed in Community & Social Service  in the United States Map

Zip Codes with the Highest Percentage of Population Employed in Community & Social Service in the United States

Zip Code % Employed vs State vs National
1.28330, North Carolina100.0%10.8%(+89.2)#111.2%(+88.8)#1
2.95941, California100.0%11.4%(+88.6)#111.2%(+88.8)#2
3.77993, Texas100.0%10.4%(+89.6)#111.2%(+88.8)#3
4.21902, Maryland100.0%12.5%(+87.5)#111.2%(+88.8)#4
5.23163, Virginia100.0%12.0%(+88.0)#111.2%(+88.8)#5
6.47420, Indiana100.0%9.7%(+90.3)#111.2%(+88.8)#6
7.26259, West Virginia100.0%10.5%(+89.5)#111.2%(+88.8)#7
8.25103, West Virginia100.0%10.5%(+89.5)#211.2%(+88.8)#8
9.40829, Kentucky100.0%10.3%(+89.7)#111.2%(+88.8)#9
10.14854, New York100.0%14.8%(+85.2)#111.2%(+88.8)#10
11.25211, West Virginia100.0%10.5%(+89.5)#311.2%(+88.8)#11
12.95375, California100.0%11.4%(+88.6)#211.2%(+88.8)#12
13.08064, New Jersey100.0%12.6%(+87.4)#111.2%(+88.8)#13
14.08246, New Jersey100.0%12.6%(+87.4)#211.2%(+88.8)#14
15.06376, Connecticut100.0%12.8%(+87.2)#111.2%(+88.8)#15
16.37213, Tennessee100.0%10.4%(+89.6)#111.2%(+88.8)#16
17.06059, Connecticut100.0%12.8%(+87.2)#211.2%(+88.8)#17
18.90747, California100.0%11.4%(+88.6)#311.2%(+88.8)#18
19.80544, Colorado100.0%11.0%(+89.0)#111.2%(+88.8)#19
20.93621, California100.0%11.4%(+88.6)#411.2%(+88.8)#20
21.98950, Washington100.0%10.8%(+89.2)#111.2%(+88.8)#21
22.25810, West Virginia100.0%10.5%(+89.5)#411.2%(+88.8)#22
23.95013, California100.0%11.4%(+88.6)#511.2%(+88.8)#23
24.12452, New York100.0%14.8%(+85.2)#211.2%(+88.8)#24
25.58224, North Dakota100.0%10.2%(+89.8)#111.2%(+88.8)#25
26.56711, Minnesota100.0%11.3%(+88.7)#111.2%(+88.8)#26
27.25936, West Virginia100.0%10.5%(+89.5)#511.2%(+88.8)#27
28.88053, New Mexico96.2%12.3%(+83.9)#111.2%(+85.0)#28
29.95675, California89.4%11.4%(+78.0)#611.2%(+78.3)#29
30.78588, Texas88.9%10.4%(+78.4)#211.2%(+77.7)#30
31.59463, Montana87.8%10.6%(+77.2)#111.2%(+76.6)#31
32.08890, New Jersey87.0%12.6%(+74.4)#311.2%(+75.9)#32
33.93226, California83.3%11.4%(+71.9)#711.2%(+72.2)#33
34.30573, Georgia82.6%11.0%(+71.6)#111.2%(+71.4)#34
35.04057, Maine79.2%12.1%(+67.1)#111.2%(+68.0)#35
36.78828, Texas79.2%10.4%(+68.7)#311.2%(+68.0)#36
37.08074, New Jersey78.0%12.6%(+65.4)#411.2%(+66.9)#37
38.36766, Alabama77.8%10.0%(+67.7)#111.2%(+66.6)#38
39.22989, Virginia77.6%12.0%(+65.6)#211.2%(+66.4)#39
40.72520, Arkansas76.2%10.5%(+65.7)#111.2%(+65.0)#40
41.25141, West Virginia75.0%10.5%(+64.5)#611.2%(+63.8)#41
42.57574, South Dakota73.7%9.7%(+64.0)#111.2%(+62.5)#42
43.57346, South Dakota73.7%9.7%(+64.0)#211.2%(+62.5)#43
44.13134, New York72.0%14.8%(+57.2)#311.2%(+60.9)#44
45.08248, New Jersey71.4%12.6%(+58.8)#511.2%(+60.3)#45
46.12441, New York71.1%14.8%(+56.2)#411.2%(+59.9)#46
47.28554, North Carolina70.2%10.8%(+59.4)#211.2%(+59.0)#47
48.97373, Oregon68.4%11.3%(+57.1)#111.2%(+57.3)#48
49.39201, Mississippi68.1%10.6%(+57.5)#111.2%(+56.9)#49
50.98853, Washington67.8%10.8%(+57.0)#211.2%(+56.6)#50
51.12886, New York67.6%14.8%(+52.8)#511.2%(+56.5)#51
52.14722, New York66.7%14.8%(+51.8)#611.2%(+55.5)#52
53.65534, Missouri66.4%10.6%(+55.8)#111.2%(+55.2)#53
54.81237, Colorado66.2%11.0%(+55.2)#211.2%(+55.0)#54
55.87515, New Mexico66.1%12.3%(+53.9)#211.2%(+55.0)#55
56.05850, Vermont66.1%14.9%(+51.1)#111.2%(+54.9)#56
57.87577, New Mexico65.7%12.3%(+53.5)#311.2%(+54.5)#57
58.12412, New York65.6%14.8%(+50.8)#711.2%(+54.5)#58
59.70076, Louisiana65.4%11.3%(+54.1)#111.2%(+54.2)#59
60.58778, North Dakota64.9%10.2%(+54.7)#211.2%(+53.7)#60
61.75441, Texas64.7%10.4%(+54.3)#411.2%(+53.5)#61
62.95934, California64.7%11.4%(+53.3)#811.2%(+53.5)#62
63.62279, Illinois64.7%11.2%(+53.5)#111.2%(+53.5)#63
64.78871, Texas64.3%10.4%(+53.8)#511.2%(+53.1)#64
65.26217, West Virginia64.1%10.5%(+53.6)#711.2%(+52.9)#65
66.24869, West Virginia63.5%10.5%(+53.0)#811.2%(+52.3)#66
67.32133, Florida63.4%9.8%(+53.6)#111.2%(+52.2)#67
68.99786, Alaska63.4%11.6%(+51.8)#111.2%(+52.2)#68
69.99121, Washington62.6%10.8%(+51.8)#311.2%(+51.4)#69
70.35559, Alabama62.5%10.0%(+52.5)#211.2%(+51.3)#70
71.87722, New Mexico62.2%12.3%(+50.0)#411.2%(+51.0)#71
72.59076, Montana61.5%10.6%(+51.0)#211.2%(+50.4)#72
73.99738, Alaska60.5%11.6%(+49.0)#211.2%(+49.4)#73
74.24476, Virginia60.5%12.0%(+48.4)#311.2%(+49.3)#74
75.87027, New Mexico60.3%12.3%(+48.0)#511.2%(+49.1)#75
76.24830, West Virginia60.0%10.5%(+49.5)#911.2%(+48.8)#76
77.18357, Pennsylvania60.0%11.1%(+48.9)#111.2%(+48.8)#77
78.96037, California58.1%11.4%(+46.7)#911.2%(+47.0)#78
79.10545, New York58.1%14.8%(+43.2)#811.2%(+46.9)#79
80.26638, West Virginia57.8%10.5%(+47.3)#1011.2%(+46.6)#80
81.82648, Wyoming57.4%11.5%(+45.9)#111.2%(+46.2)#81
82.82723, Wyoming57.1%11.5%(+45.7)#211.2%(+46.0)#82
83.15930, Pennsylvania56.9%11.1%(+45.8)#211.2%(+45.7)#83
84.18046, Pennsylvania56.7%11.1%(+45.6)#311.2%(+45.5)#84
85.24322, Virginia56.5%12.0%(+44.5)#411.2%(+45.4)#85
86.68010, Nebraska56.5%11.0%(+45.5)#111.2%(+45.3)#86
87.27201, North Carolina56.4%10.8%(+45.6)#311.2%(+45.2)#87
88.16155, Pennsylvania56.2%11.1%(+45.2)#411.2%(+45.1)#88
89.38949, Mississippi56.0%10.6%(+45.4)#211.2%(+44.8)#89
90.64092, Missouri55.9%10.6%(+45.3)#211.2%(+44.7)#90
91.88038, New Mexico55.4%12.3%(+43.1)#611.2%(+44.2)#91
92.40049, Kentucky55.0%10.3%(+44.7)#211.2%(+43.8)#92
93.95232, California54.7%11.4%(+43.3)#1011.2%(+43.5)#93
94.24874, West Virginia54.7%10.5%(+44.2)#1111.2%(+43.5)#94
95.24464, Virginia54.5%12.0%(+42.5)#511.2%(+43.4)#95
96.74755, Oklahoma54.5%10.5%(+44.0)#111.2%(+43.4)#96
97.99789, Alaska54.5%11.6%(+42.9)#311.2%(+43.3)#97
98.72572, Arkansas54.5%10.5%(+43.9)#211.2%(+43.3)#98
99.80425, Colorado54.2%11.0%(+43.1)#311.2%(+43.0)#99
100.99649, Alaska53.8%11.6%(+42.3)#411.2%(+42.7)#100

Common Questions

What are the Top 10 Zip Codes with the Highest Percentage of Population Employed in Community & Social Service in the United States?
Top 10 Zip Codes with the Highest Percentage of Population Employed in Community & Social Service in the United States are:
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What zip code has the Highest Percentage of Population Employed in Community & Social Service in the United States?
28330 has the Highest Percentage of Population Employed in Community & Social Service in the United States with 100.0%.
What is the Percentage of Population Employed in Community & Social Service in the United States?
Percentage of Population Employed in Community & Social Service in the United States is 11.2%.