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Baltimore-Towson STEM workforce about 110K people strong

The numbers are from new U.S. Census reports about STEM workers nationwide and in the Maryland-Washington, D.C., area.

The Maryland Department of Business and Economic Development has crunched some of the numbers released in two new U.S. Census reports about STEM workers nationwide and in the Maryland-Washington, D.C., area. Read the full report here. We’ve collected some highlights below:

  • The metro area of “Washington, D.C-Arlington-Alexandria, including portions of the District, Virginia, Maryland and West Virginia, has a STEM workforce of about 330,000 workers.”
  • The Baltimore-Towson area has a STEM workforce of roughly 110,000 people.
  • “The Baltimore region, with a STEM workforce at 10 percent of the total area workforce, is the 6th largest concentration of STEM workers.”
  • Software developer is the most common STEM occupation in the U.S.
Companies: Maryland Department of Commerce / U.S. Government

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