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1 COMPARE NEBRASKA S BUSINESS CLIMATE TO OTHER STATES Selected Business Costs for Each State Workers Compensation Rates

2 Unemployment Insurance Costs

3 Electricity Rates

4 Gas Rates

5 Average Hourly Earnings in Manufacturing

6 State-to-State Comparisons Nebraska-Alabama Comparison NEBRASKA ALABAMA Value added per dollar of production worker wages, 2003 $5.16 $4.63 union members, % 8.8% rate on taxable wages, % 2.1% of payroll for manufacturing, 2006 $3.80 $4.18 Right-to-work state Yes Yes workers on manufacturing payrolls, 2005 $15.44 $14.33 who are high school graduates, % 82.1% a bachelor's degree or higher, % 20.8% Science & Engineering Doctorates Awarded/100,000 Residents, kw, 50 Mwh $0.045 $ ,000 kw, 200 Mwh $0.072 $ ,000 kw, 400 Mwh $0.048 $0.051 Average price of industrial gas per million Btus, 2005 $8.14 $9.24 State and local tax collections per capita, FY2004 $3,609 $2,328 State tax revenue as a percent of personal income, % 5.6% Corporate income taxes as a percent of state tax collections, % 5.1% Overall Livability Ranking, 2007 (1 is best; 50 worst) State Health Ranking, 2005 (1 is best; 50 worst) Crime Rate Per 100,000 Population, , ,323.8

7 Nebraska-Alaska Comparison NEBRASKA ALASKA Value added per dollar of production worker wages, 2003 $5.16 $5.12 union members, % 22.2% rate on taxable wages, % 2.9% of payroll for manufacturing, 2006 $3.80 $7.92 workers on manufacturing payrolls, 2005 $14.93 $14.22 who are high school graduates, % 92.0% a bachelor's degree or higher, % 27.8% Science & Engineering Doctorates Awarded/100,000 Residents, kw, 50 Mwh $0.045 $ ,000 kw, 200 Mwh $0.072 $ ,000 kw, 400 Mwh $0.048 $0.080 Average price of industrial gas per million Btus, 2005 $8.14 $2.52 State and local tax collections per capita, FY2004 $3,609 $3,610 State tax revenue as a percent of personal income, % 5.1% Corporate income taxes as a percent of state tax collections, % 31.7% Overall Livability Ranking, 2007 (1 is best; 50 worst) State Health Ranking, 2005 (1 is best; 50 worst) Crime Rate Per 100,000 Population, , ,244.4

8 Nebraska-Arizona Comparison NEBRASKA ARIZONA Value added per dollar of production worker wages, 2003 $5.16 $8.62 union members, % 7.6% rate on taxable wages, % 1.3% of payroll for manufacturing, 2006 $3.80 $1.87 Right-to-work state Yes Yes workers on manufacturing payrolls, 2005 $15.44 $14.55 who are high school graduates, % 83.1% a bachelor's degree or higher, % 24.5% Science & Engineering Doctorates Awarded/100,000 Residents, kw, 50 Mwh $0.045 $ ,000 kw, 200 Mwh $0.072 $ ,000 kw, 400 Mwh $0.048 $0.080 Average price of industrial gas per million Btus, 2005 $8.14 $8.28 State and local tax collections per capita, FY2004 $3,609 $2,871 State tax revenue as a percent of personal income, % 6.1% Corporate income taxes as a percent of state tax collections, % 6.4% Overall Livability Ranking, 2007 (1 is best; 50 worst) State Health Ranking, 2005 (1 is best; 50 worst) Crime Rate Per 100,000 Population, , ,351.2

9 Nebraska-Arkansas Comparison NEBRASKA ARKANSAS Value added per dollar of production worker wages, 2003 $5.16 $5.19 union members, % 5.1% rate on taxable wages, % 2.6% of payroll for manufacturing, 2006 $3.80 $2.24 Right-to-work state Yes Yes workers on manufacturing payrolls, 2005 $15.44 $13.71 who are high school graduates, % 82.5% a bachelor's degree or higher, % 19.0% Science & Engineering Doctorates Awarded/100,000 Residents, kw, 50 Mwh $0.045 $ ,000 kw, 200 Mwh ,000 kw, 400 Mwh Average price of industrial gas per million Btus, 2005 $8.14 $9.16 State and local tax collections per capita, FY2004 $3,609 $2,750 State tax revenue as a percent of personal income, % 8.1% Corporate income taxes as a percent of state tax collections, % 4.2% Overall Livability Ranking, 2007 (1 is best; 50 worst) State Health Ranking, 2005 (1 is best; 50 worst) Crime Rate Per 100,000 Population, , ,585.4

10 Nebraska-California Comparison NEBRASKA CALIFORNIA Value added per dollar of production worker wages, 2003 $5.16 $6.54 union members, % 15.7% rate on taxable wages, % 4.6% of payroll for manufacturing, 2006 $3.80 $8.34 workers on manufacturing payrolls, 2005 $15.44 $15.70 who are high school graduates, % 80.8% a bachelor's degree or higher, % 29.8% Science & Engineering Doctorates Awarded/100,000 Residents, kw, 50 Mwh $0.045 $ ,000 kw, 200 Mwh ,000 kw, 400 Mwh Average price of industrial gas per million Btus, 2005 $8.14 $9.56 State and local tax collections per capita, FY2004 $3,609 $3,736 State tax revenue as a percent of personal income, % 6.9% Corporate income taxes as a percent of state tax collections, % 8.8% Overall Livability Ranking, 2007 (1 is best; 50 worst) State Health Ranking, 2005 (1 is best; 50 worst) Crime Rate Per 100,000 Population, , ,848.9

11 Nebraska-Colorado Comparison NEBRASKA COLORADO Value added per dollar of production worker wages, 2003 $5.16 $5.20 union members, % 7.7% rate on taxable wages, % 2.3% of payroll for manufacturing, 2006 $3.80 $3.84 workers on manufacturing payrolls, 2005 $15.44 $15.91 who are high school graduates, % 90.0% a bachelor's degree or higher, % 36.4% Science & Engineering Doctorates Awarded/100,000 Residents, kw, 50 Mwh $0.045 $ ,000 kw, 200 Mwh ,000 kw, 400 Mwh Average price of industrial gas per million Btus, 2005 $8.14 $8.42 State and local tax collections per capita, FY2004 $3,609 $3,169 State tax revenue as a percent of personal income, % 4.4% Corporate income taxes as a percent of state tax collections, % 4.1% Overall Livability Ranking, 2007 (1 is best; 50 worst) State Health Ranking, 2005 (1 is best; 50 worst) Crime Rate Per 100,000 Population, , ,436.0

12 Nebraska-Connecticut Comparison NEBRASKA CONNECTICUT Value added per dollar of production worker wages, 2003 $5.16 $5.75 union members, % 15.6% rate on taxable wages, % 3.0% of payroll for manufacturing, 2006 $3.80 $4.67 workers on manufacturing payrolls, 2005 $15.44 $18.96 who are high school graduates, % 88.4% a bachelor's degree or higher, % 36.0% Science & Engineering Doctorates Awarded/100,000 Residents, kw, 50 Mwh $0.045 $ ,000 kw, 200 Mwh ,000 kw, 400 Mwh Average price of industrial gas per million Btus, 2005 $8.14 $11.34 State and local tax collections per capita, FY2004 $3,609 $4,921 State tax revenue as a percent of personal income, % 6.5% Corporate income taxes as a percent of state tax collections, % 5.0% Overall Livability Ranking, 2007 (1 is best; 50 worst) State Health Ranking, 2005 (1 is best; 50 worst) 11 7 Crime Rate Per 100,000 Population, , ,832.5

13 Nebraska-Delaware Comparison NEBRASKA DELAWARE Value added per dollar of production worker wages, 2003 $5.16 $4.77 union members, % 10.8% rate on taxable wages, % 2.2% of payroll for manufacturing, 2006 $3.80 $7.00 workers on manufacturing payrolls, 2005 $15.44 $17.72 who are high school graduates, % 86.0% a bachelor's degree or higher, % 26.2% Science & Engineering Doctorates Awarded/100,000 Residents, kw, 50 Mwh $0.045 $ ,000 kw, 200 Mwh ,000 kw, 400 Mwh Average price of industrial gas per million Btus, 2005 $8.14 $10.55 State and local tax collections per capita, FY2004 $3,609 $3,608 State tax revenue as a percent of personal income, % 8.2% Corporate income taxes as a percent of state tax collections, % 9.1% Overall Livability Ranking, 2007 (1 is best; 50 worst) State Health Ranking, 2005 (1 is best; 50 worst) Crime Rate Per 100,000 Population, , ,743.5

14 Nebraska-Florida Comparison NEBRASKA FLORIDA Value added per dollar of production worker wages, 2003 $5.16 $6.13 union members, % 5.2% rate on taxable wages, % 2.0% of payroll for manufacturing, 2006 $3.80 $5.53 Right-to-work state Yes Yes workers on manufacturing payrolls, 2005 $15.44 $13.89 who are high school graduates, % 86.7% a bachelor's degree or higher, % 27.2% Science & Engineering Doctorates Awarded/100,000 Residents, kw, 50 Mwh $0.045 $ ,000 kw, 200 Mwh ,000 kw, 400 Mwh Average price of industrial gas per million Btus, 2005 $8.14 $9.20 State and local tax collections per capita, FY2004 $3,609 $3,094 State tax revenue as a percent of personal income, % 5.4% Corporate income taxes as a percent of state tax collections, % 5.3% Overall Livability Ranking, 2007 (1 is best; 50 worst) State Health Ranking, 2005 (1 is best; 50 worst) Crime Rate Per 100,000 Population, , ,715.9

15 Nebraska-Georgia Comparison NEBRASKA GEORGIA Value added per dollar of production worker wages, 2003 $5.16 $5.82 union members, % 4.4% rate on taxable wages, % 2.2% of payroll for manufacturing, 2006 $3.80 $3.72 Right-to-work state Yes Yes workers on manufacturing payrolls, 2005 $15.44 $14.56 who are high school graduates, % 84.2% a bachelor's degree or higher, % 28.1% Science & Engineering Doctorates Awarded/100,000 Residents, kw, 50 Mwh $0.045 $ ,000 kw, 200 Mwh ,000 kw, 400 Mwh Average price of industrial gas per million Btus, 2005 $8.14 $9.83 State and local tax collections per capita, FY2004 $3,609 $2,877 State tax revenue as a percent of personal income, % 5.4% Corporate income taxes as a percent of state tax collections, % 4.5% Overall Livability Ranking, 2007 (1 is best; 50 worst) State Health Ranking, 2005 (1 is best; 50 worst) Crime Rate Per 100,000 Population, , ,621.2

16 Nebraska-Hawaii Comparison NEBRASKA HAWAII Value added per dollar of production worker wages, 2003 $5.16 $4.55 union members, % 24.7% rate on taxable wages, % 1.3% of payroll for manufacturing, 2006 $3.80 $5.62 workers on manufacturing payrolls, 2005 $15.44 $14.35 who are high school graduates, % 88.7% a bachelor's degree or higher, % 32.3% Science & Engineering Doctorates Awarded/100,000 Residents, kw, 50 Mwh $0.045 $ ,000 kw, 200 Mwh ,000 kw, 400 Mwh Average price of industrial gas per million Btus, 2005 $8.14 $15.93 State and local tax collections per capita, FY2004 $3,609 $3,813 State tax revenue as a percent of personal income, % 9.6% Corporate income taxes as a percent of state tax collections, % 2.8% Overall Livability Ranking, 2007 (1 is best; 50 worst) State Health Ranking, 2005 (1 is best; 50 worst) 11 5 Crime Rate Per 100,000 Population, , ,047.2

17 Nebraska-Idaho Comparison NEBRASKA IDAHO Value added per dollar of production worker wages, 2003 $5.16 $5.37 union members, % 6.0% rate on taxable wages, % 1.4% of payroll for manufacturing, 2006 $3.80 $3.44 Right-to-work state Yes Yes workers on manufacturing payrolls, 2005 $15.44 $14.96 who are high school graduates, % 88.9% a bachelor's degree or higher, % 25.1% Science & Engineering Doctorates Awarded/100,000 Residents, kw, 50 Mwh $0.045 $ ,000 kw, 200 Mwh ,000 kw, 400 Mwh Average price of industrial gas per million Btus, 2005 $8.14 $8.14 State and local tax collections per capita, FY2004 $3,609 $2,728 State tax revenue as a percent of personal income, % 6.9% Corporate income taxes as a percent of state tax collections, % 4.8% Overall Livability Ranking, 2007 (1 is best; 50 worst) State Health Ranking, 2005 (1 is best; 50 worst) Crime Rate Per 100,000 Population, , ,954.7

18 Nebraska-Illinois Comparison NEBRASKA ILLINOIS Value added per dollar of production worker wages, 2003 $5.16 $5.63 union members, % 16.4% rate on taxable wages, % 4.9% of payroll for manufacturing, 2006 $3.80 $4.28 workers on manufacturing payrolls, 2005 $15.44 $15.84 who are high school graduates, % 87.6% a bachelor's degree or higher, % 31.2% Science & Engineering Doctorates Awarded/100,000 Residents, kw, 50 Mwh $0.045 $ ,000 kw, 200 Mwh ,000 kw, 400 Mwh Average price of industrial gas per million Btus, 2005 $8.14 $9.67 State and local tax collections per capita, FY2004 $3,609 $3,555 State tax revenue as a percent of personal income, % 5.3% Corporate income taxes as a percent of state tax collections, % 8.3% Overall Livability Ranking, 2007 (1 is best; 50 worst) State Health Ranking, 2005 (1 is best; 50 worst) Crime Rate Per 100,000 Population, , ,631.8

19 Nebraska-Indiana Comparison NEBRASKA INDIANA Value added per dollar of production worker wages, 2003 $5.16 $5.32 union members, % 12.0% rate on taxable wages, % 3.0% of payroll for manufacturing, 2006 $3.80 $2.10 workers on manufacturing payrolls, 2005 $15.44 $18.14 who are high school graduates, % 88.2% a bachelor's degree or higher, % 21.9% Science & Engineering Doctorates Awarded/100,000 Residents, kw, 50 Mwh $0.045 $ ,000 kw, 200 Mwh ,000 kw, 400 Mwh Average price of industrial gas per million Btus, 2005 $8.14 $9.82 State and local tax collections per capita, FY2004 $3,609 $2,999 State tax revenue as a percent of personal income, % 6.5% Corporate income taxes as a percent of state tax collections, % 6.4% Overall Livability Ranking, 2007 (1 is best; 50 worst) State Health Ranking, 2005 (1 is best; 50 worst) Crime Rate Per 100,000 Population, , ,780.0

20 Nebraska-Iowa Comparison NEBRASKA IOWA Value added per dollar of production worker wages, 2003 $5.16 $6.36 union members, % 11.3% rate on taxable wages, % 1.6% of payroll for manufacturing, 2006 $3.80 $3.10 Right-to-work state Yes Yes workers on manufacturing payrolls, 2005 $15.44 $16.25 who are high school graduates, % 90.4% a bachelor's degree or higher, % 24.7% Science & Engineering Doctorates Awarded/100,000 Residents, kw, 50 Mwh $0.045 $ ,000 kw, 200 Mwh ,000 kw, 400 Mwh Average price of industrial gas per million Btus, 2005 $8.14 $9.18 State and local tax collections per capita, FY2004 $3,609 $3,054 State tax revenue as a percent of personal income, % 6.1% Corporate income taxes as a percent of state tax collections, % 3.2% Overall Livability Ranking, 2007 (1 is best; 50 worst) 11 6 State Health Ranking, 2005 (1 is best; 50 worst) Crime Rate Per 100,000 Population, , ,125.0

21 Nebraska-Kansas Comparison NEBRASKA KANSAS Value added per dollar of production worker wages, 2003 $5.16 $5.12 union members, % 8.0% rate on taxable wages, % 2.5% of payroll for manufacturing, 2006 $3.80 $3.49 Right-to-work state Yes Yes workers on manufacturing payrolls, 2005 $15.44 $17.14 who are high school graduates, % 90.2% a bachelor's degree or higher, % 31.6% Science & Engineering Doctorates Awarded/100,000 Residents, kw, 50 Mwh $0.045 $ ,000 kw, 200 Mwh ,000 kw, 400 Mwh Average price of industrial gas per million Btus, 2005 $8.14 $7.45 State and local tax collections per capita, FY2004 $3,609 $3,380 State tax revenue as a percent of personal income, % 6.4% Corporate income taxes as a percent of state tax collections, % 4.4% Overall Livability Ranking, 2007 (1 is best; 50 worst) State Health Ranking, 2005 (1 is best; 50 worst) Crime Rate Per 100,000 Population, , ,174.4

22 Nebraska-Kentucky Comparison NEBRASKA KENTUCKY Value added per dollar of production worker wages, 2003 $5.16 $5.21 union members, % 9.8% rate on taxable wages, % 2.7% of payroll for manufacturing, 2006 $3.80 $4.52 workers on manufacturing payrolls, 2005 $15.44 $16.64 who are high school graduates, % 79.9% a bachelor's degree or higher, % 20.2% Science & Engineering Doctorates Awarded/100,000 Residents, kw, 50 Mwh $0.045 $ ,000 kw, 200 Mwh ,000 kw, 400 Mwh Average price of industrial gas per million Btus, 2005 $8.14 $9.61 State and local tax collections per capita, FY2004 $3,609 $2,767 State tax revenue as a percent of personal income, % 8.0% Corporate income taxes as a percent of state tax collections, % 5.3% Overall Livability Ranking, 2007 (1 is best; 50 worst) State Health Ranking, 2005 (1 is best; 50 worst) Crime Rate Per 100,000 Population, , ,797.3

23 Nebraska-Louisiana Comparison NEBRASKA LOUISIANA Value added per dollar of production worker wages, 2003 $5.16 $7.36 union members, % 6.4% rate on taxable wages, % 1.5% of payroll for manufacturing, 2006 $3.80 $3.95 Right-to-work state Yes Yes workers on manufacturing payrolls, 2005 $15.44 $17.30 who are high school graduates, % 79.7% a bachelor's degree or higher, % 21.2% Science & Engineering Doctorates Awarded/100,000 Residents, kw, 50 Mwh $0.045 $ ,000 kw, 200 Mwh ,000 kw, 400 Mwh Average price of industrial gas per million Btus, 2005 $8.14 $8.84 State and local tax collections per capita, FY2004 $3,609 $2,899 State tax revenue as a percent of personal income, % 6.6% Corporate income taxes as a percent of state tax collections, % 4.1% Overall Livability Ranking, 2007 (1 is best; 50 worst) State Health Ranking, 2005 (1 is best; 50 worst) Crime Rate Per 100,000 Population, , ,277.5

24 Nebraska-Maine Comparison NEBRASKA MAINE Value added per dollar of production worker wages, 2003 $5.16 $4.39 union members, % 11.9% rate on taxable wages, % 1.7% of payroll for manufacturing, 2006 $3.80 $4.40 workers on manufacturing payrolls, 2005 $15.44 $17.28 who are high school graduates, % 89.3% a bachelor's degree or higher, % 26.9% Science & Engineering Doctorates Awarded/100,000 Residents, kw, 50 Mwh $0.045 $ ,000 kw, 200 Mwh ,000 kw, 400 Mwh Average price of industrial gas per million Btus, 2005 $8.14 $13.34 State and local tax collections per capita, FY2004 $3,609 $3,789 State tax revenue as a percent of personal income, % 7.4% Corporate income taxes as a percent of state tax collections, % 4.4% Overall Livability Ranking, 2007 (1 is best; 50 worst) State Health Ranking, 2005 (1 is best; 50 worst) 11 8 Crime Rate Per 100,000 Population, , ,525.3

25 Nebraska-Maryland Comparison NEBRASKA MARYLAND Value added per dollar of production worker wages, 2003 $5.16 $5.93 union members, % 13.1% rate on taxable wages, % 2.6% of payroll for manufacturing, 2006 $3.80 $3.16 workers on manufacturing payrolls, 2005 $15.44 $16.98 who are high school graduates, % 87.2% a bachelor's degree or higher, % 35.7% Science & Engineering Doctorates Awarded/100,000 Residents, kw, 50 Mwh $0.045 $ ,000 kw, 200 Mwh ,000 kw, 400 Mwh Average price of industrial gas per million Btus, 2005 $8.14 $11.81 State and local tax collections per capita, FY2004 $3,609 $4,016 State tax revenue as a percent of personal income, % 5.5% Corporate income taxes as a percent of state tax collections, % 6.0% Overall Livability Ranking, 2007 (1 is best; 50 worst) State Health Ranking, 2005 (1 is best; 50 worst) Crime Rate Per 100,000 Population, , ,247.1

26 Nebraska-Massachusetts Comparison NEBRASKA MASSACHUSETTS Value added per dollar of production worker wages, 2003 $5.16 $6.74 union members, % 14.5% rate on taxable wages, % 4.0% of payroll for manufacturing, 2006 $3.80 $2.79 workers on manufacturing payrolls, 2005 $15.44 $17.67 who are high school graduates, % 89.9% a bachelor's degree or higher, % 40.4% Science & Engineering Doctorates Awarded/100,000 Residents, kw, 50 Mwh $0.045 $ ,000 kw, 200 Mwh ,000 kw, 400 Mwh Average price of industrial gas per million Btus, 2005 $8.14 $13.28 State and local tax collections per capita, FY2004 $3,609 $4,217 State tax revenue as a percent of personal income, % 6.2% Corporate income taxes as a percent of state tax collections, % 7.4% Overall Livability Ranking, 2007 (1 is best; 50 worst) 11 8 State Health Ranking, 2005 (1 is best; 50 worst) 11 9 Crime Rate Per 100,000 Population, , ,820.5

27 Nebraska-Michigan Comparison NEBRASKA MICHIGAN Value added per dollar of production worker wages, 2003 $5.16 $4.44 union members, % 19.6% rate on taxable wages, % 4.3% of payroll for manufacturing, 2006 $3.80 $4.13 workers on manufacturing payrolls, 2005 $15.44 $21.50 who are high school graduates, % 89.7% a bachelor's degree or higher, % 26.1% Science & Engineering Doctorates Awarded/100,000 Residents, kw, 50 Mwh $0.045 $ ,000 kw, 200 Mwh ,000 kw, 400 Mwh Average price of industrial gas per million Btus, 2005 $8.14 $8.49 State and local tax collections per capita, FY2004 $3,609 $3,313 State tax revenue as a percent of personal income, % 7.6% Corporate income taxes as a percent of state tax collections, % 8.1% Overall Livability Ranking, 2007 (1 is best; 50 worst) State Health Ranking, 2005 (1 is best; 50 worst) Crime Rate Per 100,000 Population, , ,643.2

28 Nebraska-Minnesota Comparison NEBRASKA MINNESOTA Value added per dollar of production worker wages, 2003 $5.16 $5.44 union members, % 16.0% rate on taxable wages, % 1.8% of payroll for manufacturing, 2006 $3.80 $4.40 workers on manufacturing payrolls, 2005 $15.44 $16.63 who are high school graduates, % 93.0% a bachelor's degree or higher, % 33.5% Science & Engineering Doctorates Awarded/100,000 Residents, kw, 50 Mwh $0.045 $ ,000 kw, 200 Mwh ,000 kw, 400 Mwh Average price of industrial gas per million Btus, 2005 $8.14 $8.25 State and local tax collections per capita, FY2004 $3,609 $3,811 State tax revenue as a percent of personal income, % 8.0% Corporate income taxes as a percent of state tax collections, % 5.9% Overall Livability Ranking, 2007 (1 is best; 50 worst) 11 2 State Health Ranking, 2005 (1 is best; 50 worst) 11 1 Crime Rate Per 100,000 Population, , ,381.1

29 Nebraska-Mississippi Comparison NEBRASKA MISSISSIPPI Value added per dollar of production worker wages, 2003 $5.16 $1.00 union members, % 5.6% rate on taxable wages, % 1.9% of payroll for manufacturing, 2006 $3.80 $3.74 Right-to-work state Yes Yes workers on manufacturing payrolls, 2005 $15.44 $13.53 who are high school graduates, % 81.1% a bachelor's degree or higher, % 21.1% Science & Engineering Doctorates Awarded/100,000 Residents, kw, 50 Mwh $0.045 $ ,000 kw, 200 Mwh ,000 kw, 400 Mwh Average price of industrial gas per million Btus, 2005 $8.14 $8.84 State and local tax collections per capita, FY2004 $3,609 $2,444 State tax revenue as a percent of personal income, % 7.7% Corporate income taxes as a percent of state tax collections, % 5.2% Overall Livability Ranking, 2007 (1 is best; 50 worst) State Health Ranking, 2005 (1 is best; 50 worst) Crime Rate Per 100,000 Population, , ,538.5

30 Nebraska-Missouri Comparison NEBRASKA MISSOURI Value added per dollar of production worker wages, 2003 $5.16 $5.32 union members, % 10.9% rate on taxable wages, % 2.1% of payroll for manufacturing, 2006 $3.80 $4.90 workers on manufacturing payrolls, 2005 $15.44 $17.43 who are high school graduates, % 87.1% a bachelor's degree or higher, % 24.3% Science & Engineering Doctorates Awarded/100,000 Residents, kw, 50 Mwh $0.045 $ ,000 kw, 200 Mwh ,000 kw, 400 Mwh Average price of industrial gas per million Btus, 2005 $8.14 $10.67 State and local tax collections per capita, FY2004 $3,609 $2,822 State tax revenue as a percent of personal income, % 5.3% Corporate income taxes as a percent of state tax collections, % 2.3% Overall Livability Ranking, 2007 (1 is best; 50 worst) State Health Ranking, 2005 (1 is best; 50 worst) Crime Rate Per 100,000 Population, , ,452.9

31 Nebraska-Montana Comparison NEBRASKA MONTANA Value added per dollar of production worker wages, 2003 $5.16 $4.73 union members, % 12.2% rate on taxable wages, % 1.2% of payroll for manufacturing, 2006 $3.80 $5.13 workers on manufacturing payrolls, 2005 $15.44 $15.61 who are high school graduates, % 91.4% a bachelor's degree or higher, % 25.1% Science & Engineering Doctorates Awarded/100,000 Residents, kw, 50 Mwh $0.045 $ ,000 kw, 200 Mwh ,000 kw, 400 Mwh Average price of industrial gas per million Btus, 2005 $8.14 $7.99 State and local tax collections per capita, FY2004 $3,609 $2,623 State tax revenue as a percent of personal income, % 6.6% Corporate income taxes as a percent of state tax collections, % 5.2% Overall Livability Ranking, 2007 (1 is best; 50 worst) State Health Ranking, 2005 (1 is best; 50 worst) Crime Rate Per 100,000 Population, , ,424.4

32 Nebraska-Nevada Comparison NEBRASKA NEVADA Value added per dollar of production worker wages, 2003 $5.16 $5.31 union members, % 14.8% rate on taxable wages, % 1.4% of payroll for manufacturing, 2006 $3.80 $3.56 Right-to-work state Yes Yes workers on manufacturing payrolls, 2005 $15.44 $14.98 who are high school graduates, % 85.6% a bachelor's degree or higher, % 20.8% Science & Engineering Doctorates Awarded/100,000 Residents, kw, 50 Mwh $0.045 $ ,000 kw, 200 Mwh ,000 kw, 400 Mwh Average price of industrial gas per million Btus, 2005 $8.14 $9.53 State and local tax collections per capita, FY2004 $3,609 $3,417 State tax revenue as a percent of personal income, % 6.2% Corporate income taxes as a percent of state tax collections, % NA Overall Livability Ranking, 2007 (1 is best; 50 worst) State Health Ranking, 2005 (1 is best; 50 worst) Crime Rate Per 100,000 Population, , ,848.3

33 Nebraska-New Hampshire Comparison NEBRASKA NEW HAMPSHIRE Value added per dollar of production worker wages, 2003 $5.16 $5.15 union members, % 10.1% rate on taxable wages, % 1.9% of payroll for manufacturing, 2006 $3.80 $4.58 workers on manufacturing payrolls, 2005 $15.44 $15.87 who are high school graduates, % 91.6% a bachelor's degree or higher, % 32.1% Science & Engineering Doctorates Awarded/100,000 Residents, kw, 50 Mwh $0.045 $ ,000 kw, 200 Mwh ,000 kw, 400 Mwh Average price of industrial gas per million Btus, 2005 $8.14 $11.89 State and local tax collections per capita, FY2004 $3,609 $3,133 State tax revenue as a percent of personal income, % 4.5% Corporate income taxes as a percent of state tax collections, % 23.6% Overall Livability Ranking, 2007 (1 is best; 50 worst) 11 1 State Health Ranking, 2005 (1 is best; 50 worst) 11 3 Crime Rate Per 100,000 Population, , ,928.4

34 Nebraska-New Jersey Comparison NEBRASKA NEW JERSEY Value added per dollar of production worker wages, 2003 $5.16 $6.58 union members, % 20.1% rate on taxable wages, % 2.0% of payroll for manufacturing, 2006 $3.80 $4.73 workers on manufacturing payrolls, 2005 $15.44 $16.33 who are high school graduates, % 86.7% a bachelor's degree or higher, % 35.6% Science & Engineering Doctorates Awarded/100,000 Residents, kw, 50 Mwh $0.045 $ ,000 kw, 200 Mwh ,000 kw, 400 Mwh Average price of industrial gas per million Btus, 2005 $8.14 $10.95 State and local tax collections per capita, FY2004 $3,609 $4,555 State tax revenue as a percent of personal income, % 5.9% Corporate income taxes as a percent of state tax collections, % 9.7% Overall Livability Ranking, 2007 (1 is best; 50 worst) 11 5 State Health Ranking, 2005 (1 is best; 50 worst) Crime Rate Per 100,000 Population, , ,687.7

35 Nebraska-New Mexico Comparison NEBRASKA NEW MEXICO Value added per dollar of production worker wages, 2003 $5.16 $8.51 union members, % 7.8% rate on taxable wages, % 0.9% of payroll for manufacturing, 2006 $3.80 $3.27 workers on manufacturing payrolls, 2005 $15.44 $13.66 who are high school graduates, % 81.8% a bachelor's degree or higher, % 26.7% Science & Engineering Doctorates Awarded/100,000 Residents, kw, 50 Mwh $0.045 $ ,000 kw, 200 Mwh ,000 kw, 400 Mwh Average price of industrial gas per million Btus, 2005 $8.14 $8.37 State and local tax collections per capita, FY2004 $3,609 $2,861 State tax revenue as a percent of personal income, % 7.8% Corporate income taxes as a percent of state tax collections, % 5.4% Overall Livability Ranking, 2007 (1 is best; 50 worst) State Health Ranking, 2005 (1 is best; 50 worst) Crime Rate Per 100,000 Population, , ,850.5

36 Nebraska-New York Comparison NEBRASKA NEW YORK Value added per dollar of production worker wages, 2003 $5.16 $6.09 union members, % 24.4% rate on taxable wages, % 4.2% of payroll for manufacturing, 2006 $3.80 $5.37 workers on manufacturing payrolls, 2005 $15.44 $17.77 who are high school graduates, % 85.1% a bachelor's degree or higher, % 32.2% Science & Engineering Doctorates Awarded/100,000 Residents, kw, 50 Mwh $0.045 $ ,000 kw, 200 Mwh ,000 kw, 400 Mwh Average price of industrial gas per million Btus, 2005 $8.14 $9.60 State and local tax collections per capita, FY2004 $3,609 $5,260 State tax revenue as a percent of personal income, % 5.9% Corporate income taxes as a percent of state tax collections, % 5.5% Overall Livability Ranking, 2007 (1 is best; 50 worst) State Health Ranking, 2005 (1 is best; 50 worst) Crime Rate Per 100,000 Population, , ,554.3

37 Nebraska-North Carolina Comparison NORTH NEBRASKA CAROLINA Value added per dollar of production worker wages, 2003 $5.16 $7.07 union members, % 3.3% rate on taxable wages, % 2.0% of payroll for manufacturing, 2006 $3.80 $2.88 Right-to-work state Yes Yes workers on manufacturing payrolls, 2005 $15.44 $14.38 who are high school graduates, % 84.2% a bachelor's degree or higher, % 25.6% Science & Engineering Doctorates Awarded/100,000 Residents, kw, 50 Mwh $0.045 $ ,000 kw, 200 Mwh ,000 kw, 400 Mwh Average price of industrial gas per million Btus, 2005 $8.14 $10.86 State and local tax collections per capita, FY2004 $3,609 $2,929 State tax revenue as a percent of personal income, % 6.9% Corporate income taxes as a percent of state tax collections, % 6.8% Overall Livability Ranking, 2007 (1 is best; 50 worst) State Health Ranking, 2005 (1 is best; 50 worst) Crime Rate Per 100,000 Population, , ,543.2

38 Nebraska-North Dakota Comparison NEBRASKA NORTH DAKOTA Value added per dollar of production worker wages, 2003 $5.16 $5.37 union members, % 6.8% rate on taxable wages, % 1.5% of payroll for manufacturing, 2006 $3.80 NA Right-to-work state Yes Yes workers on manufacturing payrolls, 2005 $15.44 $15.29 who are high school graduates, % 88.7% a bachelor's degree or higher, % 28.7% Science & Engineering Doctorates Awarded/100,000 Residents, kw, 50 Mwh $0.045 $ ,000 kw, 200 Mwh ,000 kw, 400 Mwh Average price of industrial gas per million Btus, 2005 $8.14 $9.07 State and local tax collections per capita, FY2004 $3,609 $2,989 State tax revenue as a percent of personal income, % 6.9% Corporate income taxes as a percent of state tax collections, % 5.4% Overall Livability Ranking, 2007 (1 is best; 50 worst) State Health Ranking, 2005 (1 is best; 50 worst) 11 6 Crime Rate Per 100,000 Population, , ,076.4

39 Nebraska-Ohio Comparison NEBRASKA OHIO Value added per dollar of production worker wages, 2003 $5.16 $4.87 union members, % 14.2% rate on taxable wages, % 2.3% of payroll for manufacturing, 2006 $3.80 NA workers on manufacturing payrolls, 2005 $15.44 $19.07 who are high school graduates, % 88.1% a bachelor's degree or higher, % 23.3% Science & Engineering Doctorates Awarded/100,000 Residents, kw, 50 Mwh $0.045 $ ,000 kw, 200 Mwh ,000 kw, 400 Mwh Average price of industrial gas per million Btus, 2005 $8.14 $10.89 State and local tax collections per capita, FY2004 $3,609 $3,419 State tax revenue as a percent of personal income, % 6.2% Corporate income taxes as a percent of state tax collections, % 5.5% Overall Livability Ranking, 2007 (1 is best; 50 worst) State Health Ranking, 2005 (1 is best; 50 worst) Crime Rate Per 100,000 Population, , ,014.0

40 Nebraska-Oklahoma Comparison NEBRASKA OKLAHOMA Value added per dollar of production worker wages, 2003 $5.16 $5.34 union members, % 6.4% rate on taxable wages, % 1.8% of payroll for manufacturing, 2006 $3.80 $4.84 Right-to-work state Yes Yes workers on manufacturing payrolls, 2005 $15.44 $14.65 who are high school graduates, % 87.5% a bachelor's degree or higher, % 22.9% Science & Engineering Doctorates Awarded/100,000 Residents, kw, 50 Mwh $0.045 $ ,000 kw, 200 Mwh ,000 kw, 400 Mwh Average price of industrial gas per million Btus, 2005 $8.14 $9.13 State and local tax collections per capita, FY2004 $3,609 $2,677 State tax revenue as a percent of personal income, % 6.5% Corporate income taxes as a percent of state tax collections, % 2.5% Overall Livability Ranking, 2007 (1 is best; 50 worst) State Health Ranking, 2005 (1 is best; 50 worst) Crime Rate Per 100,000 Population, , ,550.6

41 Nebraska-Oregon Comparison NEBRASKA OREGON Value added per dollar of production worker wages, 2003 $5.16 $5.97 union members, % 13.8% rate on taxable wages, % 2.6% of payroll for manufacturing, 2006 $3.80 $2.27 workers on manufacturing payrolls, 2005 $15.44 $15.49 who are high school graduates, % 89.7% a bachelor's degree or higher, % 28.3% Science & Engineering Doctorates Awarded/100,000 Residents, kw, 50 Mwh $0.045 $ ,000 kw, 200 Mwh ,000 kw, 400 Mwh Average price of industrial gas per million Btus, 2005 $8.14 $7.47 State and local tax collections per capita, FY2004 $3,609 $2,917 State tax revenue as a percent of personal income, % 5.6% Corporate income taxes as a percent of state tax collections, % 5.6% Overall Livability Ranking, 2007 (1 is best; 50 worst) State Health Ranking, 2005 (1 is best; 50 worst) Crime Rate Per 100,000 Population, , ,686.6

42 Nebraska-Pennsylvania Comparison NEBRASKA PENNSYLVANIA Value added per dollar of production worker wages, 2003 $5.16 $5.82 union members, % 13.6% rate on taxable wages, % 5.1% of payroll for manufacturing, 2006 $3.80 $4.53 workers on manufacturing payrolls, 2005 $15.44 $15.26 who are high school graduates, % 87.5% a bachelor's degree or higher, % 26.6% Science & Engineering Doctorates Awarded/100,000 Residents, kw, 50 Mwh $0.045 $ ,000 kw, 200 Mwh ,000 kw, 400 Mwh Average price of industrial gas per million Btus, 2005 $8.14 $10.97 State and local tax collections per capita, FY2004 $3,609 $3,447 State tax revenue as a percent of personal income, % 6.0% Corporate income taxes as a percent of state tax collections, % 6.2% Overall Livability Ranking, 2007 (1 is best; 50 worst) State Health Ranking, 2005 (1 is best; 50 worst) Crime Rate Per 100,000 Population, , ,841.7

43 Nebraska-Rhode Island Comparison NEBRASKA RHODE ISLAND Value added per dollar of production worker wages, 2003 $5.16 $4.99 union members, % 15.3% rate on taxable wages, % 3.3% of payroll for manufacturing, 2006 $3.80 $4.33 workers on manufacturing payrolls, 2005 $15.44 $13.12 who are high school graduates, % 84.0% a bachelor's degree or higher, % 30.9% Science & Engineering Doctorates Awarded/100,000 Residents, kw, 50 Mwh $0.045 $ ,000 kw, 200 Mwh ,000 kw, 400 Mwh Average price of industrial gas per million Btus, 2005 $8.14 $10.91 State and local tax collections per capita, FY2004 $3,609 $3,891 State tax revenue as a percent of personal income, % 6.8% Corporate income taxes as a percent of state tax collections, % 4.3% Overall Livability Ranking, 2007 (1 is best; 50 worst) State Health Ranking, 2005 (1 is best; 50 worst) Crime Rate Per 100,000 Population, , ,970.1

44 Nebraska-South Carolina Comparison SOUTH NEBRASKA CAROLINA Value added per dollar of production worker wages, 2003 $5.16 $5.81 union members, % 3.3% rate on taxable wages, % 2.2% of payroll for manufacturing, 2006 $3.80 $3.04 Right-to-work state Yes Yes workers on manufacturing payrolls, 2005 $15.44 $15.23 who are high school graduates, % 83.1% a bachelor's degree or higher, % 22.6% Science & Engineering Doctorates Awarded/100,000 Residents, kw, 50 Mwh $0.045 $ ,000 kw, 200 Mwh ,000 kw, 400 Mwh Average price of industrial gas per million Btus, 2005 $8.14 $9.73 State and local tax collections per capita, FY2004 $3,609 $2,662 State tax revenue as a percent of personal income, % 6.1% Corporate income taxes as a percent of state tax collections, % 3.4% Overall Livability Ranking, 2007 (1 is best; 50 worst) State Health Ranking, 2005 (1 is best; 50 worst) Crime Rate Per 100,000 Population, , ,100.5

45 Nebraska-South Dakota Comparison NEBRASKA SOUTH DAKOTA Value added per dollar of production worker wages, 2003 $5.16 $4.91 union members, % 5.9% rate on taxable wages, % 0.8% of payroll for manufacturing, 2006 $3.80 $2.94 Right-to-work state Yes Yes workers on manufacturing payrolls, 2005 $15.44 $13.47 who are high school graduates, % 89.9% a bachelor's degree or higher, % 25.3% Science & Engineering Doctorates Awarded/100,000 Residents, kw, 50 Mwh $0.045 $ ,000 kw, 200 Mwh ,000 kw, 400 Mwh Average price of industrial gas per million Btus, 2005 $8.14 $7.79 State and local tax collections per capita, FY2004 $3,609 $2,615 State tax revenue as a percent of personal income, % 4.9% Corporate income taxes as a percent of state tax collections, % 4.4% Overall Livability Ranking, 2007 (1 is best; 50 worst) 11 9 State Health Ranking, 2005 (1 is best; 50 worst) Crime Rate Per 100,000 Population, , ,952.1 *South Dakota corporate income tax applies only to banks.

46 Nebraska-Tennessee Comparison NEBRASKA TENNESSEE Value added per dollar of production worker wages, 2003 $5.16 $5.52 union members, % 6.0% rate on taxable wages, % 2.4% of payroll for manufacturing, 2006 $3.80 $4.55 Right-to-work state Yes Yes workers on manufacturing payrolls, 2005 $15.44 $14.03 who are high school graduates, % 80.7% a bachelor's degree or higher, % 22.0% Science & Engineering Doctorates Awarded/100,000 Residents, kw, 50 Mwh $0.045 $ ,000 kw, 200 Mwh ,000 kw, 400 Mwh Average price of industrial gas per million Btus, 2005 $8.14 $9.76 State and local tax collections per capita, FY2004 $3,609 $2,536 State tax revenue as a percent of personal income, % 5.5% Corporate income taxes as a percent of state tax collections, % 8.1% Overall Livability Ranking, 2007 (1 is best; 50 worst) State Health Ranking, 2005 (1 is best; 50 worst) Crime Rate Per 100,000 Population, , ,028.3

47 Nebraska-Texas Comparison NEBRASKA TEXAS Value added per dollar of production worker wages, 2003 $5.16 $6.64 union members, % 4.9% rate on taxable wages, % 2.5% of payroll for manufacturing, 2006 $3.80 $5.38 Right-to-work state Yes Yes workers on manufacturing payrolls, 2005 $15.44 $14.03 who are high school graduates, % 78.7% a bachelor's degree or higher, % 25.5% Science & Engineering Doctorates Awarded/100,000 Residents, kw, 50 Mwh $0.045 $ ,000 kw, 200 Mwh ,000 kw, 400 Mwh Average price of industrial gas per million Btus, 2005 $8.14 $7.42 State and local tax collections per capita, FY2004 $3,609 $2,881 State tax revenue as a percent of personal income, % 4.6% Corporate income taxes as a percent of state tax collections, % NA Overall Livability Ranking, 2007 (1 is best; 50 worst) State Health Ranking, 2005 (1 is best; 50 worst) Crime Rate Per 100,000 Population, , ,861.7

48 Nebraska-Utah Comparison NEBRASKA UTAH Value added per dollar of production worker wages, 2003 $5.16 $5.88 union members, % 5.4% rate on taxable wages, % 1.3% of payroll for manufacturing, 2006 $3.80 $2.54 Right-to-work state Yes Yes workers on manufacturing payrolls, 2005 $15.44 $14.71 who are high school graduates, % 91.2% a bachelor's degree or higher, % 27.0% Science & Engineering Doctorates Awarded/100,000 Residents, kw, 50 Mwh $0.045 $ ,000 kw, 200 Mwh ,000 kw, 400 Mwh Average price of industrial gas per million Btus, 2005 $8.14 $7.12 State and local tax collections per capita, FY2004 $3,609 $2,735 State tax revenue as a percent of personal income, % 6.9% Corporate income taxes as a percent of state tax collections, % 4.0% Overall Livability Ranking, 2007 (1 is best; 50 worst) 11 4 State Health Ranking, 2005 (1 is best; 50 worst) 11 4 Crime Rate Per 100,000 Population, , ,096.1

49 Nebraska-Vermont Comparison NEBRASKA VERMONT Value added per dollar of production worker wages, 2003 $5.16 $5.31 union members, % 11.0% rate on taxable wages, % 2.4% of payroll for manufacturing, 2006 $3.80 $7.77 workers on manufacturing payrolls, 2005 $15.44 $15.06 who are high school graduates, % 91.0% a bachelor's degree or higher, % 34.0% Science & Engineering Doctorates Awarded/100,000 Residents, kw, 50 Mwh $0.045 $ ,000 kw, 200 Mwh ,000 kw, 400 Mwh Average price of industrial gas per million Btus, 2005 $8.14 $7.43 State and local tax collections per capita, FY2004 $3,609 $3,681 State tax revenue as a percent of personal income, % 8.5% Corporate income taxes as a percent of state tax collections, % 3.1% Overall Livability Ranking, 2007 (1 is best; 50 worst) 11 7 State Health Ranking, 2005 (1 is best; 50 worst) 11 2 Crime Rate Per 100,000 Population, , ,400.4

50 Nebraska-Virginia Comparison NEBRASKA VIRGINIA Value added per dollar of production worker wages, 2003 $5.16 $6.49 union members, % 4.0% rate on taxable wages, % 2.0% of payroll for manufacturing, 2006 $3.80 $2.33 Right-to-work state Yes Yes workers on manufacturing payrolls, 2005 $15.44 $16.40 who are high school graduates, % 86.5% a bachelor's degree or higher, % 32.1% Science & Engineering Doctorates Awarded/100,000 Residents, kw, 50 Mwh $0.045 $ ,000 kw, 200 Mwh ,000 kw, 400 Mwh Average price of industrial gas per million Btus, 2005 $8.14 $10.51 State and local tax collections per capita, FY2004 $3,609 $4,437 State tax revenue as a percent of personal income, % 5.4% Corporate income taxes as a percent of state tax collections, % 3.8% Overall Livability Ranking, 2007 (1 is best; 50 worst) State Health Ranking, 2005 (1 is best; 50 worst) Crime Rate Per 100,000 Population, , ,921.0

51 Nebraska-Washington Comparison NEBRASKA WASHINGTON Value added per dollar of production worker wages, 2003 $5.16 $7.03 union members, % 19.8% rate on taxable wages, % 2.8% of payroll for manufacturing, 2006 $3.80 NA workers on manufacturing payrolls, 2005 $15.44 $18.83 who are high school graduates, % 91.1% a bachelor's degree or higher, % 31.4% Science & Engineering Doctorates Awarded/100,000 Residents, kw, 50 Mwh $0.045 $ ,000 kw, 200 Mwh ,000 kw, 400 Mwh Average price of industrial gas per million Btus, 2005 $8.14 $9.96 State and local tax collections per capita, FY2004 $3,609 $3,452 State tax revenue as a percent of personal income, % 6.5% Corporate income taxes as a percent of state tax collections, % NA Overall Livability Ranking, 2007 (1 is best; 50 worst) State Health Ranking, 2005 (1 is best; 50 worst) Crime Rate Per 100,000 Population, , ,238.8

52 Nebraska-West Virginia Comparison NEBRASKA WEST VIRGINIA Value added per dollar of production worker wages, 2003 $5.16 $4.77 union members, % 14.2% rate on taxable wages, % 2.9% of payroll for manufacturing, 2006 $3.80 NA workers on manufacturing payrolls, 2005 $15.44 $17.14 who are high school graduates, % 81.5% a bachelor's degree or higher, % 15.9% Science & Engineering Doctorates Awarded/100,000 Residents, kw, 50 Mwh $0.045 $ ,000 kw, 200 Mwh ,000 kw, 400 Mwh Average price of industrial gas per million Btus, 2005 $8.14 $10.22 State and local tax collections per capita, FY2004 $3,609 $2,740 State tax revenue as a percent of personal income, % 8.4% Corporate income taxes as a percent of state tax collections, % 10.8% Overall Livability Ranking, 2007 (1 is best; 50 worst) State Health Ranking, 2005 (1 is best; 50 worst) Crime Rate Per 100,000 Population, , ,898.0

53 Nebraska-Wisconsin Comparison NEBRASKA WISCONSIN Value added per dollar of production worker wages, 2003 $5.16 $5.44 union members, % 14.9% rate on taxable wages, % 2.9% of payroll for manufacturing, 2006 $3.80 $3.47 workers on manufacturing payrolls, 2005 $15.44 $16.29 who are high school graduates, % 91.1% a bachelor's degree or higher, % 24.6% Science & Engineering Doctorates Awarded/100,000 Residents, kw, 50 Mwh $0.045 $ ,000 kw, 200 Mwh ,000 kw, 400 Mwh Average price of industrial gas per million Btus, 2005 $8.14 $9.62 State and local tax collections per capita, FY2004 $3,609 $3,714 State tax revenue as a percent of personal income, % 7.5% Corporate income taxes as a percent of state tax collections, % 5.8% Overall Livability Ranking, 2007 (1 is best; 50 worst) State Health Ranking, 2005 (1 is best; 50 worst) Crime Rate Per 100,000 Population, , ,901.7

54 Nebraska-Wyoming Comparison NEBRASKA WYOMING Value added per dollar of production worker wages, 2003 $5.16 $5.72 union members, % 8.3% rate on taxable wages, % 1.3% of payroll for manufacturing, 2006 $3.80 NA Right-to-work state Yes Yes workers on manufacturing payrolls, 2005 $15.44 $17.07 who are high school graduates, % 91.1% a bachelor's degree or higher, % 20.8% Science & Engineering Doctorates Awarded/100,000 Residents, kw, 50 Mwh $0.045 $ ,000 kw, 200 Mwh ,000 kw, 400 Mwh Average price of industrial gas per million Btus, 2005 $8.14 $8.02 State and local tax collections per capita, FY2004 $3,609 $4,437 State tax revenue as a percent of personal income, % 7.9% Corporate income taxes as a percent of state tax collections, % NA Overall Livability Ranking, 2007 (1 is best; 50 worst) 11 3 State Health Ranking, 2005 (1 is best; 50 worst) Crime Rate Per 100,000 Population, , ,385.4

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