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Total Workforce
127,974
Average Age
39.8
Estimated Job Growth
6.2%
10-Year Projection
Average Salary
$73,138
Average Male Salary
$87,929
Average Female Salary
$65,399

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Education

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Skills

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Employment

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Education

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