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(Washington Post) — The stereotype is true: Washington is packed with lawyers, journalists and policy nerds with degrees in soft sciences and the humanities. But census data reveal remarkable new detail on the region’s other identity – as home to engineers, computer scientists and biologists who mostly live and work beyond the Capital Beltway.  The picture that emerges from the 2009 American Community Survey, released last month, is of a Washington area unified in academic achievement yet diverse in the kinds of degrees residents have attained. Clusters of academic interest help define the character of each community.

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