Zip Codes with the Highest Percentage of Population Employed in Security & Protection in the United States

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Map of Zip Codes with the Highest Percentage of Population Employed in Security & Protection in the United States

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Zip Codes with the Highest Percentage of Population Employed in Security & Protection in the United States Map

Zip Codes with the Highest Percentage of Population Employed in Security & Protection in the United States

Zip Code % Employed vs State vs National
1.32831, Florida100.0%2.4%(+97.6)#12.1%(+97.9)#1
2.78243, Texas100.0%2.2%(+97.8)#12.1%(+97.9)#2
3.36267, Alabama100.0%2.2%(+97.8)#12.1%(+97.9)#3
4.71406, Louisiana100.0%2.7%(+97.3)#12.1%(+97.9)#4
5.88354, New Mexico100.0%2.7%(+97.3)#12.1%(+97.9)#5
6.83227, Idaho100.0%1.7%(+98.3)#12.1%(+97.9)#6
7.13051, New York100.0%2.9%(+97.1)#12.1%(+97.9)#7
8.98353, Washington100.0%1.8%(+98.2)#12.1%(+97.9)#8
9.25688, West Virginia79.1%2.4%(+76.7)#12.1%(+76.9)#9
10.57741, South Dakota77.9%1.8%(+76.2)#12.1%(+75.8)#10
11.65461, Missouri74.2%1.9%(+72.3)#12.1%(+72.0)#11
12.77616, Texas71.9%2.2%(+69.7)#22.1%(+69.8)#12
13.25204, West Virginia70.6%2.4%(+68.2)#22.1%(+68.4)#13
14.70464, Louisiana69.8%2.7%(+67.1)#22.1%(+67.6)#14
15.83643, Idaho64.7%1.7%(+63.0)#22.1%(+62.6)#15
16.87931, New Mexico64.4%2.7%(+61.7)#22.1%(+62.3)#16
17.84621, Utah64.3%1.6%(+62.7)#12.1%(+62.1)#17
18.87049, New Mexico64.2%2.7%(+61.5)#32.1%(+62.1)#18
19.90073, California61.9%2.1%(+59.8)#12.1%(+59.8)#19
20.30664, Georgia61.5%2.2%(+59.4)#12.1%(+59.4)#20
21.41847, Kentucky60.0%2.0%(+58.0)#12.1%(+57.9)#21
22.03575, New Hampshire60.0%1.6%(+58.4)#12.1%(+57.9)#22
23.10914, New York59.3%2.9%(+56.4)#22.1%(+57.2)#23
24.25062, West Virginia57.1%2.4%(+54.8)#32.1%(+55.0)#24
25.98555, Washington54.5%1.8%(+52.7)#22.1%(+52.4)#25
26.26619, West Virginia53.4%2.4%(+51.0)#42.1%(+51.2)#26
27.43433, Ohio53.3%1.9%(+51.4)#12.1%(+51.2)#27
28.80622, Colorado51.8%2.0%(+49.8)#12.1%(+49.7)#28
29.38928, Mississippi50.9%2.4%(+48.5)#12.1%(+48.8)#29
30.72478, Arkansas50.0%2.0%(+48.0)#12.1%(+47.9)#30
31.15325, Pennsylvania50.0%2.0%(+48.0)#12.1%(+47.9)#31
32.02672, Massachusetts50.0%2.0%(+48.0)#12.1%(+47.9)#32
33.98833, Washington50.0%1.8%(+48.2)#32.1%(+47.9)#33
34.85360, Arizona50.0%2.5%(+47.5)#12.1%(+47.9)#34
35.15647, Pennsylvania50.0%2.0%(+48.0)#22.1%(+47.9)#35
36.90071, California50.0%2.1%(+47.9)#22.1%(+47.9)#36
37.24415, Virginia50.0%2.7%(+47.3)#12.1%(+47.9)#37
38.12527, New York50.0%2.9%(+47.1)#32.1%(+47.9)#38
39.72686, Arkansas49.2%2.0%(+47.2)#22.1%(+47.0)#39
40.24612, Virginia47.5%2.7%(+44.8)#22.1%(+45.4)#40
41.41775, Kentucky46.1%2.0%(+44.1)#22.1%(+43.9)#41
42.24815, West Virginia45.5%2.4%(+43.1)#52.1%(+43.3)#42
43.26325, West Virginia45.5%2.4%(+43.1)#62.1%(+43.3)#43
44.80914, Colorado44.4%2.0%(+42.4)#22.1%(+42.3)#44
45.87712, New Mexico44.1%2.7%(+41.4)#42.1%(+42.0)#45
46.85343, Arizona43.9%2.5%(+41.4)#22.1%(+41.8)#46
47.12823, New York43.8%2.9%(+40.9)#42.1%(+41.7)#47
48.36763, Alabama43.6%2.2%(+41.4)#22.1%(+41.4)#48
49.25173, West Virginia42.4%2.4%(+40.0)#72.1%(+40.3)#49
50.62359, Illinois42.3%2.2%(+40.1)#12.1%(+40.2)#50
51.12750, New York41.7%2.9%(+38.8)#52.1%(+39.5)#51
52.41712, Kentucky41.4%2.0%(+39.4)#32.1%(+39.2)#52
53.78391, Texas41.2%2.2%(+39.0)#32.1%(+39.0)#53
54.84719, Utah41.2%1.6%(+39.6)#22.1%(+39.0)#54
55.19731, Delaware39.3%2.6%(+36.6)#12.1%(+37.1)#55
56.87014, New Mexico39.3%2.7%(+36.6)#52.1%(+37.1)#56
57.40903, Kentucky38.9%2.0%(+36.9)#42.1%(+36.7)#57
58.29122, South Carolina38.1%2.1%(+36.0)#12.1%(+35.9)#58
59.24220, Virginia37.8%2.7%(+35.1)#32.1%(+35.7)#59
60.17865, Pennsylvania37.5%2.0%(+35.5)#32.1%(+35.4)#60
61.72168, Arkansas37.1%2.0%(+35.2)#32.1%(+35.0)#61
62.58772, North Dakota35.4%1.6%(+33.8)#12.1%(+33.2)#62
63.88419, New Mexico35.3%2.7%(+32.6)#62.1%(+33.1)#63
64.96857, Hawaii34.8%3.2%(+31.6)#12.1%(+32.7)#64
65.25972, West Virginia34.8%2.4%(+32.5)#82.1%(+32.7)#65
66.57563, South Dakota34.4%1.8%(+32.6)#22.1%(+32.2)#66
67.88040, New Mexico33.3%2.7%(+30.6)#72.1%(+31.2)#67
68.92384, California33.3%2.1%(+31.3)#32.1%(+31.2)#68
69.95556, California33.1%2.1%(+31.0)#42.1%(+30.9)#69
70.77464, Texas32.8%2.2%(+30.6)#42.1%(+30.7)#70
71.92332, California32.7%2.1%(+30.6)#52.1%(+30.5)#71
72.41764, Kentucky32.6%2.0%(+30.6)#52.1%(+30.5)#72
73.18035, Pennsylvania32.0%2.0%(+30.0)#42.1%(+29.9)#73
74.25126, West Virginia31.9%2.4%(+29.5)#92.1%(+29.7)#74
75.70736, Louisiana31.8%2.7%(+29.1)#32.1%(+29.7)#75
76.97640, Oregon31.8%1.6%(+30.2)#12.1%(+29.7)#76
77.24086, Virginia31.5%2.7%(+28.8)#42.1%(+29.4)#77
78.31527, Georgia31.2%2.2%(+29.0)#22.1%(+29.0)#78
79.19456, Pennsylvania31.1%2.0%(+29.0)#52.1%(+28.9)#79
80.39771, Mississippi31.0%2.4%(+28.6)#22.1%(+28.9)#80
81.82005, Wyoming30.8%1.8%(+28.9)#12.1%(+28.6)#81
82.13472, New York29.6%2.9%(+26.7)#62.1%(+27.5)#82
83.96010, California29.6%2.1%(+27.6)#62.1%(+27.5)#83
84.72533, Arkansas29.3%2.0%(+27.3)#42.1%(+27.1)#84
85.13638, New York28.9%2.9%(+26.0)#72.1%(+26.8)#85
86.79755, Texas28.8%2.2%(+26.7)#52.1%(+26.7)#86
87.24808, West Virginia28.7%2.4%(+26.4)#102.1%(+26.6)#87
88.85633, Arizona28.6%2.5%(+26.1)#32.1%(+26.4)#88
89.41749, Kentucky28.5%2.0%(+26.5)#62.1%(+26.3)#89
90.25011, West Virginia28.5%2.4%(+26.1)#112.1%(+26.3)#90
91.41636, Kentucky28.2%2.0%(+26.3)#72.1%(+26.1)#91
92.31627, Georgia28.1%2.2%(+25.9)#32.1%(+26.0)#92
93.25989, West Virginia28.1%2.4%(+25.7)#122.1%(+25.9)#93
94.29683, South Carolina28.0%2.1%(+26.0)#22.1%(+25.9)#94
95.79258, Texas28.0%2.2%(+25.8)#62.1%(+25.9)#95
96.15544, Pennsylvania27.9%2.0%(+25.9)#62.1%(+25.8)#96
97.46595, Indiana27.8%1.7%(+26.0)#12.1%(+25.6)#97
98.21766, Maryland27.7%2.8%(+24.9)#12.1%(+25.6)#98
99.86024, Arizona27.4%2.5%(+25.0)#42.1%(+25.3)#99
100.24884, West Virginia27.3%2.4%(+24.9)#132.1%(+25.1)#100

Common Questions

What are the Top 10 Zip Codes with the Highest Percentage of Population Employed in Security & Protection in the United States?
Top 10 Zip Codes with the Highest Percentage of Population Employed in Security & Protection in the United States are:
#1
100.0%
#2
100.0%
#3
100.0%
#4
100.0%
#5
100.0%
#6
100.0%
#7
100.0%
#8
100.0%
#9
79.1%
#10
77.9%
What zip code has the Highest Percentage of Population Employed in Security & Protection in the United States?
32831 has the Highest Percentage of Population Employed in Security & Protection in the United States with 100.0%.
What is the Percentage of Population Employed in Security & Protection in the United States?
Percentage of Population Employed in Security & Protection in the United States is 2.1%.