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Survey highlights at a glance →Oklahoma was the only state to show employment increases in construction, energy and maintenance and repair occupations from 2007 to 2008. The state gained about 15,000 jobs in those industries in 2008. →Median property values in Oklahoma fell 1.4 percent in 2008 from the prior year. The median property value across the state was $105,500 in 2008.
• Household incomes dipped slightly in 2008. Oklahoma households had a median income of $42,822, down from $43,005 in 2007. The U.S. median is $52,029. →About 80 percent of Oklahoma employees drove alone to their workplaces last year, exceeding the national rate of 75.5 percent.
Oklahoman's without health insurance Percent of cities’ population under 65 years of age without health insurance: →Tulsa: 24.54 →Oklahoma City: 23.11 →Lawton: 18.44 →Norman: 16.13 →Edmond: 13.17 →Broken Arrow: 12.06 Source: 2008 American Community Survery