With a few exceptions, California, New York, Texas, Florida, Illinois, and Ohio have all been home to at least one tech startup in the past year.
It is worth noting that these are all states with some sort of tech industry presence, as well as with at least a small number of tech companies in each state.
However, the number of startups in each of these states has fluctuated wildly, and these trends are likely to continue.
The graph below shows the percent of startups operating in each jurisdiction in 2017.
This number can be broken down by geographic region:The state with the highest concentration of startups is Texas, with 28% of startups located there, followed by California (27%), Florida (24%), New York (23%), Illinois (20%), and Ohio (19%).
The second-highest concentration is Florida, with 21%.
New York is in third place with 16%, followed by Illinois with 14%.
These trends are consistent with a trend that has been observed for years, with the states of California and New York having the highest concentrations of startups across the country.
In addition to the geographical clusters, the trends also include the geographic size of the state, as shown in the chart below.
The chart shows the number and percentage of startups that were located in each U.S. metropolitan area.
The graph shows that California and Florida are the two states that have the largest concentration of startup-related companies.
California has about 1.7% of its startups located in its largest metro area, and Florida has about 7.7%.
Florida is second only to Texas in the number-of-startups distribution.
The other states with the largest concentrations of startup companies are Ohio and New Jersey, with about 5.4% and 5.3%, respectively.
In the past several years, we have seen a shift in the geographic distribution of startup activity, with more startups moving to smaller metro areas.
In fact, the metro areas with the most startups are those with the lowest densities of residents.
As a result, we are seeing a trend in the U.K., where startups have relocated to larger metro areas, while other U.s. cities are seeing more startup activity.
The growth of startups has also impacted the size of their communities.
According to the 2017 Census, the population of the United Kingdom grew by 4% over the past five years, while that of the U,S.
grew by an average of 4.2% over that same period.
As you can see in the graph below, this trend is likely to keep going, and the number in each metro area will continue to grow over time.
The number of U.N. members in each metropolitan area has increased over the same period, and this has also led to an increase in the population density of startups, which is also reflected in the density of U, S. startups.
In particular, the numbers of U., S. startup employees have increased over this time.
The number of startup employees in each city has increased by 4.7%, while the number increased by an even more impressive 8.5%.
In terms of startups per capita, New Jersey has the highest number of founders per capita at 5.5% of the population, followed closely by California at 4.3%.
The U. S. has a relatively high number of technology startups per person, and that may be because of the relative proximity of the two cities.
New Jersey is only a short drive from the headquarters of the largest tech company in the world, Google, while California is only two hours drive away from its second-largest tech company, Uber.
New York City is also just a few hours drive from Google’s headquarters.
While there are no direct connections between New Jersey and Silicon Valley, we can look at the number companies that are located in New Jersey to see how that has impacted the city.
According the 2017 census, the city had an estimated 1,715 startup-based companies, with an estimated 3,600 of these being in New York.
California’s number is closer to 1,900, with 4,500 companies in the state.
The city of Boston also has a large number of companies in its small city.
In 2017, there were 4,400 companies based in the city of New England, but that number has increased to 5,000 in the last few years.
In New York and California, Boston has the largest number of large tech companies.
Boston has an estimated 8,000 large tech firms, while New York has an average 8,600 large tech businesses.
In terms of the number that are based in a particular metro area or city, New Yorkers have the highest average number of venture capital investments in each location, followed close behind by California, Texas and Illinois.
The state of Texas has the second-most venture capital invested in each county in the country, but the most investment in Texas was made in the county of Austin