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This report shows the number of H-1B applications for all states for each year for 29-Healthcare Practitioners and Technical Occupations
State 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 Number of Applications for this Occupational Group since 2010 Yearly Average for this row Increase/Decrease from 2010 to 2018
Washington, DC 278 174 159 162 144 141 115 97 122 39 1,431 143 43.88%
Alabama 250 214 305 229 276 285 217 211 329 83 2,399 240 131.60%
Alaska 17 28 17 23 15 24 21 30 18 17 210 21 105.88%
Arizona 348 304 288 298 301 388 353 277 433 115 3,105 311 124.43%
Arkansas 253 154 196 188 224 203 203 247 206 109 1,983 198 81.42%
California 2,397 1,882 1,750 1,569 1,717 1,609 1,687 1,960 2,115 966 17,652 1,765 88.24%
Colorado 122 123 119 108 132 109 123 90 170 60 1,156 116 139.34%
Connecticut 522 467 575 453 470 531 491 486 548 185 4,728 473 104.98%
Delaware 141 128 120 146 101 127 141 142 128 47 1,221 122 90.78%
Florida 1,796 1,733 1,528 1,270 1,141 992 918 828 748 309 11,263 1,126 41.65%
Georgia 468 392 446 376 322 414 417 392 498 180 3,905 391 106.41%
Hawaii 37 32 24 32 30 50 42 26 40 23 336 34 108.11%
Idaho 29 23 17 19 25 28 17 14 13 7 192 19 44.83%
Illinois 1,286 1,288 1,312 986 1,013 1,074 1,003 932 889 465 10,248 1,025 69.13%
Indiana 648 522 575 627 553 556 540 480 621 220 5,342 534 95.83%
Iowa 254 323 275 323 347 338 269 294 284 113 2,820 282 111.81%
Kansas 205 213 195 218 159 183 140 171 214 77 1,775 178 104.39%
Kentucky 232 270 283 253 240 212 205 199 228 96 2,218 222 98.28%
Louisiana 215 163 143 145 167 139 187 203 173 46 1,581 158 80.47%
Maine 137 135 114 134 139 118 126 95 148 50 1,196 120 108.03%
Massachusetts 1,124 1,082 1,047 990 996 1,064 1,031 1,010 1,144 485 9,973 997 101.78%
Maryland 810 672 597 578 579 586 565 566 544 201 5,698 570 67.16%
Michigan 1,538 1,242 1,269 1,244 993 1,003 1,130 961 945 394 10,719 1,072 61.44%
Minnesota 356 346 297 334 372 377 302 332 311 118 3,145 315 87.36%
Mississippi 119 88 88 107 96 142 140 85 102 60 1,027 103 85.71%
Missouri 691 435 466 428 353 343 342 338 371 171 3,938 394 53.69%
Montana 28 28 24 38 33 34 31 38 46 16 316 32 164.29%
Nebraska 126 125 115 161 119 140 130 117 138 60 1,231 123 109.52%
Nevada 116 129 115 78 82 88 99 74 127 55 963 96 109.48%
New Hampshire 87 108 122 98 77 118 67 89 144 28 938 94 165.52%
New Jersey 760 680 766 693 615 525 480 388 451 173 5,531 553 59.34%
New Mexico 217 203 215 194 203 238 251 213 254 72 2,060 206 117.05%
New York 3,399 2,958 3,079 2,516 2,621 2,458 2,432 2,265 2,400 901 25,029 2,503 70.61%
North Carolina 479 426 407 370 411 339 378 340 355 147 3,652 365 74.11%
North Dakota 123 107 117 110 121 145 170 118 158 83 1,252 125 128.46%
Ohio 807 721 686 697 605 627 655 591 640 195 6,224 622 79.31%
Oklahoma 163 145 160 170 154 200 187 169 164 58 1,570 157 100.61%
Oregon 245 220 196 179 221 195 202 222 182 101 1,963 196 74.29%
Pennsylvania 1,399 1,500 1,553 1,405 1,260 1,359 1,222 1,150 1,275 397 12,520 1,252 91.14%
Rhode Island 100 101 88 105 135 116 173 120 107 29 1,074 107 107.00%
South Carolina 167 142 168 134 134 161 154 156 161 69 1,446 145 96.41%
South Dakota 51 49 77 53 47 87 53 55 65 21 558 56 127.45%
Tennessee 332 304 272 253 264 191 204 194 207 89 2,310 231 62.35%
Texas 1,691 1,563 1,674 1,631 1,691 1,782 1,649 1,542 1,455 602 15,280 1,528 86.04%
Utah 45 38 44 38 40 47 40 39 35 19 385 39 77.78%
Vermont 40 35 34 28 32 35 35 30 47 24 340 34 117.50%
Virginia 517 551 504 524 522 452 431 378 385 127 4,391 439 74.47%
Washington 633 561 508 497 457 424 474 421 462 159 4,596 460 72.99%
West Virginia 138 118 158 125 120 167 144 170 125 50 1,315 132 90.58%
Wyoming 24 20 36 28 47 45 29 26 43 5 303 30 179.17%