Cities Where Black Men with Jobs Outnumber Black Women


Nationwide there are 93 Black men with full-time jobs for every 100 Black women with full-time jobs but that number can vary greatly depending on the location.

For example 1. San Diego (167%) has 167 full-time working Black men for every 100 full-time working Black women…

…while 49. St. Louis (78%) only has 78 full-time working Black men for every 100 full-time working Black women.

Cities with Black full-time employed populations of 50,000 and more

METRO AREABlack Men % of
Black Women
1. San Diego, CA 167%
2. Seattle, WA 139%
3. Denver, CO134%
4. Phoenix, AZ 121%
5. Minneapolis-
St. Paul, MN
120%
6. San Antonio, TX 117%
7. Austin, TX109%
8. Riverside-San
Bernardino, CA
107%
9. Las Vegas, NV 102%
10. San Francisco-
Oakland, CA
102%
11. Boston, MA101%
12. Los Angeles, CA97%
13. Columbus, OH 96%
14. Virginia Beach-
Norfolk-Newport
News, VA
95%
15. Miami-Fort
Lauderdale-
W. Palm Beach, FL
94%
16. Houston, TX 93%
17. Washington, DC
Metro Area
93%
18. Charleston, SC 93%
19. Baton Rouge, LA 93%
20. Orlando, FL 93%
21. Louisville, KY-IN92%
22. Kansas City, MO-KS91%
23. Cincinnati, OH91%
24. Nashville, TN89%
25. Atlanta, GA 88%
26. Dallas-Fort Worth,
TX
88%
27. Jackson, MS 88%
28. New Orleans, LA 88%
29. Charlotte, NC-SC88%
30. New York City,
NY-NJ-PA Metro Area
87%
31. Indianapolis, IN 87%
32. Chicago, IL87%
33. Raleigh, NC 87%
34. Memphis, TN87%
35. Augusta, GA86%
36. Columbia, SC 86%
37. Philadelphia, PA86%
38. Jacksonville, FL 86%
39. Detroit, MI85%
40. Richmond, VA85%
41. Tampa-
St. Petersburg, FL
85%
42. Pittsburgh, PA 84%
43. Baltimore, MD 83%
44. Greensboro, NC 82%
45. Milwaukee, WI 81%
46. Birmingham, AL 80%
47. Little Rock, AR 80%
48. Cleveland, OH 78%
49. St. Louis, MO78%

For cities with Black fulltime working populations of 15,000 to 50,000

METRO AREA Black Men % of
Black Women
1. Portland, OR151%
2. Clarksville, TN138%
3. San Jose, CA 131%
4. Providence, RI130%
5. Killeen-Temple, TX 129%
6. Grand Rapids, MI113%
7. Port St. Lucie, FL 111%
8. Fayetteville, NC 109%
9. Omaha-, NE108%
10. Lexington, KY 107%
11. Salisbury, MD102%
12. Sacramento, CA102%
13. Cape Coral-Fort Myers, FL100%
14. Oklahoma City, OK100%
15. Beaumont-Port Arthur, TX99%
16. Vallejo-Fairfield, CA98%
17. Savannah, GA97%
18. Tulsa, OK97%
19. Huntsville, AL95%
20. Greenville, SC95%
21. Bridgeport-Stamford-Norwalk, CT94%
22. Columbus, GA94%
23. Pensacola, FL92%
24. Hartford, CT92%
25. Harrisburg, PA92%
26. Deltona-Daytona Beach-Ormond Beach, FL 92%
27. Lakeland-Winter Haven, FL 91%
28. Warner Robins, GA90%
29. Buffalo-Niagara Falls, NY90%
30. Rochester, NY90%
31. Tuscaloosa, AL89%
32. Gulfport-Biloxi, MS89%
33. Shreveport, LA89%
34. Albany, NY89%
35. Toledo, OH89%
36. Winston-Salem, NC88%
37. Akron, OH88%
38. Dayton, OH87%
39. New Haven-Milford, CT85%
40. Spartanburg, SC85%
41. Chattanooga, TN85%
42. Lafayette, LA84%
43. Montgomery, AL84%
44. Albany, GA83%
45. Trenton, NJ83%
46. Durham-Chapel Hill, NC82%
47. Flint, MI82%
48. Palm Bay-Melbourne-Titusville, FL 81%
49. Rocky Mount, NC80%
50. Macon, GA78%
51. Florence, SC77%
52. Tallahassee, FL77%
53. Mobile, AL76%
54. Greenville, NC75%
55. Monroe, LA71%

For cities with Black fulltime working populations of 5,000 to 15,000

METRO AREA Black Men % of
Black Women
1. Urban Honolulu, HI294%
2. El Paso, TX195%
3. Salt Lake City, UT180%
4. Oxnard-Thousand Oaks-Ventura, CA163%
5. Albuquerque, NM162%
6. Jacksonville, NC158%
7. Colorado Springs, CO156%
8. Lancaster, PA148%
9. Tucson, AZ146%
10 Anchorage, AK141%
11. Worcester, MA140%
12. Hagerstown-Martinsburg, MD-WV138%
13. Madison, WIa138%
14. Des Moines, IA137%
15. Lawton, OK130%
16. Reading, PA129%
17. Crestview-Fort Walton Beach-Destin, FL129%
18. Elizabethtown-Fort Knox, KY126%
19. Davenport-Moline-Rock Island, IA-IL125%
20. Naples-Immokalee-Marco Island, FL122%
21. Hinesville, GA 121%
22. Bakersfield, CA 115%
23. Ann Arbor, MI114%
24. Panama City, FL 113%
25. Wichita, KS113%
26. Springfield, MA113%
27. Fresno, CA111%
28. Anniston-Oxford-Jacksonville, AL111%
29. Allentown-Bethlehem-Easton, PA-NJ 111%
30. Stockton-Lodi, CA 109%
31. Hickory-Lenoir-Morganton, NC107%
32. York-Hanover, PA107%
33. East Stroudsburg, PA106%
34. Lansing, MI106%
35. California-Lexington Park, MD105%
36. Goldsboro, NC104%
37. New Bern, NC 104%
38. Evansville, IN-KY 103%
39. Lake Charles, LA 103%
40. Canton-Massillon, OH 102%
41. South Bend-Mishawaka, IN-MI 102%
42. Knoxville, TN 99%
43. Fort Wayne, IN 98%
44. Vineland-Bridgeton, NJ 98%
45. Hilton Head Island-Beaufort, SC 98%
46. Roanoke, VA 97%
47. Rockford, IL 97%
48. Auburn-Opelika, AL 96%
49. Hattiesburg, MS 96%
50. Decatur, AL 94%
51. Waco, TX 93%
52. Lubbock, TX93%
53. Dothan, AL91%
54. Longview, TX 90%
55. Lynchburg, VA 90%
56. North Port-Sarasota-Bradenton, FL90%
57. Hammond, LA 89%
58. Champaign-Urbana, IL89%
59. Dover, DE88%
60. Myrtle Beach-Conway, SC-NC 88%
61. Texarkana, TX-AR 88%
62. Ocala, FL 88%
63. Youngstown-Warren-Boardman, OH-PA 87%
64. Springfield, IL 87%
65. Tyler, TX 87%
66. Valdosta, GA 87%
67. Syracuse, NY 86%
68. Charlottesville, VA 86%
69. Kalamazoo-Portage, MI 86%
70. Brunswick, GA 84%
71. Houma-Thibodaux, LA 84%
72. Alexandria, LA 84%
73. Gainesville, FL84%
74. College Station-Bryan, TX 83%
75. Pine Bluff, AR 83%
76. Asheville, NC 83%
77. Jackson, TN 82%
78. Burlington, NC 82%
79. Atlantic City-Hammonton, NJ 82%
80. Athens-Clarke County, GA 81%
81. Sumter, SC 80%
82. Wilmington, NC 77%
83. Peoria, IL 76%
84. Saginaw, MI 67%

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