Select a State

Total Nonfarm Employment Pct. Change since October 2016

RankStateFIPS CodePct. Change
1Nevada320004.2 %
2Utah490003.4 %
3Idaho160003.0 %
4Florida120002.6 %
5New Mexico350002.5 %
6Arkansas050002.4 %
6Texas480002.4 %
8Maryland240002.3 %
8Montana300002.3 %
10Georgia130002.2 %
11Alabama010002.0 %
11North Carolina370002.0 %
11Oregon410002.0 %
14Arizona040001.9 %
14Kentucky210001.9 %
14South Carolina450001.9 %
14Washington530001.9 %
18Maine230001.8 %
18Massachusetts250001.8 %
18Minnesota270001.8 %
21California060001.7 %
21Missouri290001.7 %
23New York360001.4 %
23Tennessee470001.4 %
25District of Columbia110001.3 %
25New Hampshire330001.3 %
25Pennsylvania420001.3 %
28Colorado080001.2 %
28Mississippi280001.2 %
28Wisconsin550001.2 %
31Michigan260001.1 %
32New Jersey340001.0 %
33Indiana180000.9 %
33Nebraska310000.9 %
33Ohio390000.9 %
33Oklahoma400000.9 %
37Kansas200000.8 %
38Rhode Island440000.7 %
38Virginia510000.7 %
40Hawaii150000.5 %
41Illinois170000.3 %
41Vermont500000.3 %
43Louisiana220000.2 %
44Iowa190000.1 %
45Connecticut090000.0 %
46Delaware10000-0.6 %
47North Dakota38000-0.7 %
48South Dakota46000-0.8 %
49Wyoming56000-1.0 %
50Alaska02000-1.3 %
51West Virginia54000-1.7 %

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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