Select a State

Total Nonfarm Employment Pct. Change since April 2019

RankStateFIPS CodePct. Change
1Utah49000-7.1 %
2Arizona04000-7.9 %
2District of Columbia11000-7.9 %
2South Dakota46000-7.9 %
5Nebraska31000-8.0 %
6Oklahoma40000-8.5 %
7Texas48000-8.6 %
8Arkansas05000-8.7 %
9Virginia51000-8.9 %
10Idaho16000-9.1 %
11Wyoming56000-9.3 %
12Kansas20000-9.4 %
13Alabama01000-9.6 %
14Georgia13000-10.2 %
14North Dakota38000-10.2 %
16Mississippi28000-10.3 %
17New Mexico35000-10.6 %
18Colorado08000-10.8 %
19Tennessee47000-10.9 %
20Florida12000-11.3 %
21Missouri29000-11.4 %
22South Carolina45000-11.6 %
23Montana30000-11.9 %
24Iowa19000-12.2 %
25North Carolina37000-12.3 %
26Maryland24000-12.5 %
27Oregon41000-12.7 %
28Indiana18000-13.1 %
28Minnesota27000-13.1 %
30California06000-13.2 %
31Illinois17000-13.3 %
32Louisiana22000-13.7 %
33Alaska02000-13.8 %
34Washington53000-14.1 %
35West Virginia54000-14.2 %
36Kentucky21000-15.2 %
37Wisconsin55000-15.3 %
38Ohio39000-15.6 %
39Delaware10000-16.0 %
39Maine23000-16.0 %
41Connecticut09000-16.1 %
42New Hampshire33000-16.3 %
43Pennsylvania42000-17.1 %
44Massachusetts25000-17.2 %
45Nevada32000-18.0 %
46New Jersey34000-18.3 %
47Hawaii15000-18.5 %
47Rhode Island44000-18.5 %
49New York36000-19.4 %
50Vermont50000-21.6 %
51Michigan26000-22.9 %

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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