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Maryland How the Eastern Shore is different from the rest of the state. By Mr. Warner September, 2012 "Flag of." Image. CultureGrams Online Edition. ProQuest, 2012. Web. 4 Sep 2012.
Maryland Economy Facts In 2010, MD ranked 2 nd in the nation in the fields of technology and science. In 2010, MD ranked 1 st in human capital investment. In 2010, MD ranked 5 th in concentration of technology jobs (average annual income of $77,000 for people employed in this field). Source: www.msa.md.govwww.msa.md.gov
Allegany County$27,189 Anne Arundel County$51,890 Baltimore City$34,427 Baltimore County$48,617 Calvert County$41,200 Caroline County$27,452 Carroll County$41,147 Cecil County$35,848 Charles County$39,657 Dorchester County$30,027 Frederick County$44,092 Garrett County$29,820 Harford County$43,106 Howard County$59,240 Kent County$45,832 Montgomery County$67,525 Prince George's County$37,555 Queen Anne's County$44,882 St. Mary's County$36,835 Somerset County$24,053 Talbot County$56,775 Washington County$33,378 Wicomico County$32,044 Worcester County$37,769 Average Annual Income, Per County (2007) www.msa.md.gov
Data Analysis According to the maps, data, and facts we just examined, what conclusions can we make about the Eastern Shore and Maryland in general? – 1. The Eastern Shore makes less money per county. – 2. The Eastern Shore has a higher unemployment rate. – 3. Maryland likes to stay competitive with the rest of the country in areas like education and technology. – 4. The Eastern Shore life style is different from the rest of the state (farmers in the east v. urbanization in the center of the state). This boundary is separated by the Chesapeake Bay.