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This map, from last Wednesday's Wall Street Journal and based on data compiled by researchers at Georgetown University, shows the proportion of each state's "good jobs" -- jobs that pay at least $35,000 per year -- that are held by workers without college degrees (more red = higher proportion of good jobs held by noncollege grads). Wyoming has the best ratio of good jobs for noncollege grads (50%), followed by New Jersey and Maryland. si.wsj.net/public/resources/images/BN-UK970_201707_SOC_20170726121219.jpg
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