Connecticut ranks among the top US states in average annual individual salary, median household income, teacher’s salaries, major corporate headquarters per capita, and access to primary health care. It represents a special blend of modern urban life, rustic landscape, and historic sites, and also a highly industrial and service-oriented state, with its personal income per capita among the highest in the country. Connecticut leads New England is the production of eggs, pears, peaches, and mushrooms, and its oyster crop is the nation’s second largest. Poultry and dairy products also account for a large portion of farm income. Connecticut’s population is over 3.7 million with a median household income of $76,348.