Select a State

Natural Resources and Mining Employment Pct. Change since August 2016

RankStateFIPS CodePct. Change
1Georgia1300023.5 %
2Minnesota2700023.3 %
3North Dakota3800014.5 %
4Iowa1900012.5 %
5Washington5300011.5 %
6Missouri2900010.0 %
6New Hampshire3300010.0 %
6South Dakota4600010.0 %
9Massachusetts250009.1 %
10New Jersey340007.7 %
11Texas480007.5 %
12Wyoming560007.4 %
13Oklahoma400006.7 %
14Michigan260005.4 %
14North Carolina370005.4 %
16Nevada320005.1 %
17Wisconsin550005.0 %
18West Virginia540003.9 %
19New York360003.7 %
20Montana300002.7 %
21Idaho160002.6 %
21Oregon410002.6 %
23South Carolina450002.4 %
24Ohio390001.8 %
25Indiana180001.6 %
26New Mexico350000.5 %
27Connecticut090000.0 %
27Florida120000.0 %
27Maine230000.0 %
27Nebraska310000.0 %
27Rhode Island440000.0 %
27Tennessee470000.0 %
27Vermont500000.0 %
34Arizona04000-1.7 %
35Pennsylvania42000-2.8 %
36Mississippi28000-5.5 %
37Alabama01000-5.9 %
38Virginia51000-6.0 %
39Kansas20000-6.7 %
40Louisiana22000-8.4 %
41Arkansas05000-9.0 %
42California06000-9.5 %
43Illinois17000-9.7 %
44Alaska02000-12.0 %
45Maryland24000-13.3 %
46Utah49000-14.0 %
47Colorado08000-14.6 %
48Kentucky21000-15.0 %

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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