CAPITAL RESOURCES LABOR

Comm./ind. SBIC Avg.

Bank loans loans finan. per State wkly. %

Rank/state % assets per capita 1,000 pop. programs<1> wage union

Median 53.8% $1,111 $1.0 $369 23%

1. Connecticut 56.9% $1,077 $7.2 DL,LG,BG,VC $385 23%

2. Massachusetts 50.8 1,671 5.3 DL,LG,BG,VC 339 25

3. California 65.6 1,780 3.6 DL,LG,BG 396 27

4. Minnesota 56.3 2,014 3.1 DL,BG,VC 396 26

5. Texas 57.1 2,779 4.3 DL 380 11

6. New Hampshire 60.5 712 3.8 LG 315 16

7. New York 56.6 4,788 3.1 DL,LG,BG 367 39

8. Washington 63.3 1,385 1.6 -- 457 34

9. Kansas 51.5 1,375 1.1 VC 381 15

10. New Jersey 53.1 1.063 2.6 DL,LG,BG 392 26

11. Virginia 59.8 920 1.1 LG,BG 322 15

12. Colorado 58.4 1,409 3.9 DL,LG 380 18

13. Louisiana 52.3 1,402 1.0 DL,LG,BG,VC 402 16

14. Georgia 50.3 911 1.6 BG 312 15

15. Illinois 57.8 2,823 0.6 DL,VC 417 30

16. Deleware 72.8 4,302 0.0 -- 387 25

17. New Mexico 54.5 1,267 2.2 DL,LG 309 19

18. Montana 55.6 1,667 0.7 LG,BG,VC 428 29

19. South Carolina 46.6 442 0.9 DL,LG,BG 301 8

20. Indiana 49.2 876 0.5 DL,LG,BG,VC 443 30

21. Rhode Island 55.1 1,635 1.5 DL,LG,BG 284 28

22. Pennsylvania 50.7 1,489 0.9 DL,LG,BG,VC 371 35

23. Ohio 52.2 914 1.1 DL,LG 464 31

24. Michigan 51.1 1,084 2.1 DL,LG,BG,VC 524 37

25. Florida 49.2 773 1.8 -- 317 12

26. Vermont 64.9 897 0.1 DL,LG,BG 325 18

27. North Dakota 51.5 1,469 1.0 LG,BG 301 17

28. North Carolina 52.4 1,011 0.3 VC 279 10

29. Nebraska 54.1 1,154 1.0 DL 363 18

30. Arkansas 51.0 1,109 1.0 DL,BG 294 16

31. Maryland 49.4 737 0.8 DL,LG,BG 380 23*

32. Wisconsin 54.5 1,023 1.0 DL,LG,BG,VC 425 29

33. Arizona 60.7 1,056 1.2 -- 378 16

34. Tennessee 49.9 967 0.8 -- 314 19

35. Hawaii 55.5 1,113 0.6 DL 322 28

36. Missouri 48.5 1,281 0.2 DL,LG,BG 373 28

37. Idaho 59.6 1,177 0.9 -- 339 18

38. Oklahoma 56.1 1,999 2.3 DL 396 15

39. Oregon 58.1 1,138 1.2 DL,BG 406 26

40. Kentucky 49.9 947 0.1 DL,LG,BG 367 24

41. Nevada 52.3 770 1.0 DL 367 24

42. Iowa 47.8 981 0.8 DL,VC 413 22

43. Alaska 55.0 1,568 0.2 DL,LG 491 34

44. South Dakota 70.5 1,249 1.0 -- 294 15

45. Utah 57.1 899 0.9 DL 361 18

46. Alabama 47.1 800 1.4 DL 322 22

47. Maine 50.9 586 0.6 DL,LG,BG,VC 314 24

48. Wyoming 53.4 1,681 0.3 -- 322 19

49. Mississippi 50.5 702 1.3 DL,LG,VC 289 16

50. West Virginia 46.1 532 .0 DL 402 34

LABOR STATE SUPPORT

% h.s. Value added Per 1,000

grads. per worker personal Small bus.

Rank/state over 25 ($000./yr.) income assistance<2/>

Median 66% $39.6 $107

1. Connecticut 71% $38.9 $102 AO,OM,AC,LC,SC,PS

2. Massachusetts 73 36.4 121 AO,OM,AC,LC,SC,PS

3. California 74 41.3 113 AO,OM,AD,LS,SC

4. Minnesota 72 40.8 119 AO,OM,AD,LD,SC,PS

5. Texas 61 48.5 97 AO,AD,LC,SC,PS

6. New Hampshire 72 30.8 91 AO,OM,AC,LC,SC

7. New York 66 44.4 156 AO,OM,AD,LC,SC,PS

8. Washington 77 51.1 102 AO,OM,AD,LC,SC,PS

9. Kansas 72 44.2 98 AO,OM,AC,LC,SC,PS

10. New Jersey 68 41.8 111 AO,OM,AC,SC,PS

11. Virginia 63 37.1 98 AO,OM,AC,LC,SC

12. Colorado 78 36.2 103 AO,OM,AC

13. Louisiana 58 72.3 113 AO,OM,AC,LC,SC,PS

14. Georgia 57 32.0 104 AO,OM,AC,LC,PS

15. Illinois 65 52.1 103 AO,OM,AC,LC,SC,PS

16. Deleware 68 36.5 109 AO,OM,AC,LC,SC

17. New Mexico 68 30.6 131 AO,OM,AC,SC,PS

18. Montana 75 66.3 129 AO,OM,AC,LC,SC

19. South Carolina 54 30.0 103 AO,OM,AC,LC,SC,PS

20. Indiana 66 45.3 91 AO,OM,AC,LC,SC,PS

21. Rhode Island 61 30.0 120 AO,AC,LC,SC,PS

22. Pennsylvania 65 42.2 108 AO,OM,AC,LC,SC,PS

23. Ohio 67 45.5 94 AO,OM,AC,LC,SC,PS

24. Michigan 68 39.4 115 AO,OM,AC,LC,SC,PS

25. Florida 67 30.8 89 AO,OM,LC,SC

26. Vermont 71 35.2 126 AO,OM,AC,SC

27. North Dakota 67 36.9 110 AO,AC,LC,SC

28. North Carolina 55 30.9 101 AO,OM,AC,LC,SC

29. Nebraska 74 44.0 101 AO,OM,AC,SC

30. Arkansas 55 30.9 90 AO,OM,AC,SC

31. Maryland 67 43.7 110 AO,OM,AC,SC,PS

32. Wisconsin 70 42.9 125 AO,OM,AC,LC,PS

33. Arizona 72 32.9 106 OM,LC,SC

34. Tennessee 55 33.3 91 AO,OM,AC,SC,PS

35. Hawaii 73 57.6 128 AO,AC,LC,SC

36. Missouri 64 39.7 87 AO,OM,LC,SC

37. Idaho 73 37.6 95 AO,OM,SC

38. Oklahoma 67 43.2 115 AO,SC

39. Oregon 75 42.5 111 AO,AC,LC

40. Kentucky 52 48.1 102 AO,OM,AC,LC,PS

41. Nevada 76 34.3 104 AO,AC,SC

42. Iowa 71 55.9 108 AO,OM,AC,LC,SC

43. Alaska 83 78.7 496 AO,OM

44. South Dakota 69 36.4 105

45. Utah 80 37.9 117 AO,AC,SC

46. Alabama 57 32.8 92 AO,AC,LS,PS

47. Maine 69 32.8 119 AO,OM,AC

48. Wyoming 78 73.3 209 --

49. Mississippi 55 33.3 101 AO,OM,AC

50. West Virginia 57 53.4 114 AO,OM,LC,SC,PS

Pop. Employmt. Pers. Inc. Business INC. 100

% change % gain % change units per companies

Rank/state (1980-83) (1981-83) (1981-83) 1,000 pop. (1979-84)

Median 2.4% 0.5% 9.5% 20 2.5

1. Connecticut 1.0% 1.9% 15.2% 22 11

2. Massachusetts 0.5 2.0 16.0 21 21

3. California 6.4 1.2 9.6 21 81

4. Minnesota 1.7 -0.1 9.2 21 23

5. Texas 10.5 -0.9 6.9 20 41

6. New Hampshire 4.1 5.3 15.7 22 2

7. New York 0.6 1.2 14.1 21 41

8. Washington 4.1 1.0 8.4 21 7

9. Kansas 2.6 -2.7 9.5 23 2

10. New Jersey 1.4 3.4 14.6 21 25

11. Virginia 3.8 3.9 14.0 17 8

12. Colorado 8.6 1.7 10.7 23 22

13. Louisiana 5.5 -4.9 6.4 18 2

14. Georgia 4.9 6.1 14.1 18 9

15. Illinois 0.5 -4.3 8.6 19 4

16. Deleware 1.9 3.4 12.7 20 1

17. New Mexico 7.4 1.2 9.9 19 2

18. Montana 3.8 -1.9 8.2 25 0

19. South Carolina 4.5 1.8 10.4 17 3

20. Indiana -0.2 -2.0 8.3 18 9

21. Rhode Island 0.9 -0.5 13. 5 22 0

22. Pennsylvania 0.3 -2.5 10.4 18 7

23. Ohio -0.5 -2.0 9.5 18 6

24. Michigan -2.1 -1.0 8.6 17 5

25. Florida 9.6 6.6 11.9 21 12

26. Vermont 2.7 0.6 13.0 25 0

27. North Dakota 4.3 -0.6 4.2 24 0

28. North Carolina 3.4 3.4 11.7 18 2

29. Nebraska 1.7 -0.8 6.1 24 3

30. Arkansas 1.8 3.4 10.9 18 0

31. Maryland 2.1 1.3 12.7 18 8

32. Wisconsin 1.0 -1.4 8.7 20 4

33. Arizona 9.0 5.4 9.3 18 3

34. Tennessee 2.1 1.0 10.0 18 4

35. Hawaii 6.1 0.3 9.6 21 0

36. Missouri 1.1 -0.5 10.5 20 1

37. Idaho 4.8 0.7 5.8 20 0

38. Oklahoma 9.0 -4.6 5.5 20 7

39. Oregon 1.1 -1.6 9.4 23 4

40. Kentucky 1.5 -1.1 7.2 17 1

41. Nevada 11.3 2.0 6.3 21 1

42. Iowa -0.3 -3.9 2.9 23 2

43. Alaska 19.2 11.3 13.5 20 1

44. South Dakota 1.3 0.2 5.2 24 0

45. Utah 10.8 3.2 6.8 18 1

46. Alabama 1.7 -0.3 11.5 16 3

47. Maine 1.9 1.9 13.3 20 1

48. Wyoming 9.5 -9.9 -1.4 26 3

49. Mississippi 2.6 -1.2 9.2 17 1

50. West Virginia 0.8 -7.1 7.6 16 0

Published on: Oct 1, 1984