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This South Carolina menu page provides access to categorized organizations that are located in this state.  Most of the organizations listed on these category pages primarily serve, and employ, the residents of South Carolina.
In 2010, according to United States Census Bureau data, the State of South Carolina had an estimated total population of 4,625,000, which is about 1.50 percent of the United States population.  1,080,000 (23.4 percent) of these residents were under 18 years of age, 2,913,000 (63.0 percent) were between 18 and 65 years old, and 632,000 (13.7 percent) were over 65 years old.  The median age of South Carolina residents was 37.9 years, compared to the median age of 37.2 years for United States residents as a whole.

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South Carolina has a land area of 30,070 square miles, and 0.2 percent of this land area is occupied by National Parks.  According to the USDA's National Agricultural Statistics Service, 25.5 percent (4,900,000 acres) of this land area was occupied by about 27,000 farms.  The state has approximately 153.8 residents per square mile.  South Carolina also has 1,951 square miles of inland, coastal, and territorial water areas.  This interactive map of South Carolina shows the state's roads and highways, while this map of South Carolina and the surrounding region provides a visual perspective on the state's topography.
In 2010, according to the United States Department of Labor's Bureau of Labor Statistics, the approximately 1,805,200 non-farm employees in South Carolina represented about 39.03 percent of the state population.  345,200 of these non-farm employees worked in the government sector; the remainder worked in the private sector. 

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