The U.S. has more navigators than any other state, according to the most recent data available from the American Society of Navigation Professionals.
But, it also has a significant number of navigators with no experience at all.
The top 10 states in terms of the number of people with no navigators are: Mississippi (5), Idaho (3), North Dakota (2), Texas (2) and Oklahoma (2).
Mississippi and Idaho are the only two states that rank above 10.
The ranking of the top 10 is largely determined by the number and diversity of the navigators who work in each state.
For example, Alaska, a state with a population of less than 30,000, has only four navigators in the top 100.
This is because, while Alaska has more people than other states, it has fewer than half as many navigators as Mississippi.
However, that state ranks 10th in terms, according the survey.
The top 10 state navigators also have a high turnover rate.
For the survey, which was conducted by the Association of Professional Navigators (APN), there were more than 11,500 navigators nationwide in 2017.
This represents less than 1% of the total number of professional navigators.
The survey also found that states with high levels of job turnover are often states with higher unemployment rates.
According to the survey data, Alaska had the highest unemployment rate of any state.
Mississippi had the lowest unemployment rate, at 3%.
For those states with a high unemployment rate and high unemployment rates, a high degree of education and a large number of hours worked are important factors in determining whether or not a navigator can become a successful navigator.
The APN survey was conducted in 2018 by the National Council for the Advancement of Colored People.
It asked a series of questions to determine the navigator’s ability to navigate through different types of communities.
This includes race, religion, language, gender, disability, and age.
The survey also asked about education, income, employment status, and health.
The results of the survey can be found on the APN website.
The APN is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization whose mission is to advance the welfare of individuals, families and communities through education and advocacy.