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Natural Resources and Mining Employment Pct. Change since June 2019

RankStateFIPS CodePct. Change
1South Dakota460009.1%
2New Jersey340007.1%
3Nevada320006.1%
4Connecticut090000.0%
4Idaho160000.0%
4New Hampshire330000.0%
4Rhode Island440000.0%
4Vermont500000.0%
9California06000-0.4%
10Arizona04000-1.5%
11Alabama01000-2.9%
12Florida12000-3.5%
13Georgia13000-4.3%
14North Carolina37000-5.2%
15Missouri29000-6.7%
15South Carolina45000-6.7%
17Montana30000-6.8%
18Maryland24000-7.7%
19Alaska02000-8.0%
20Kansas20000-8.8%
21Nebraska31000-9.1%
22Maine23000-9.5%
23West Virginia54000-9.7%
24Indiana18000-9.8%
25Mississippi28000-10.3%
26Utah49000-10.4%
27Tennessee47000-11.1%
27Virginia51000-11.1%
29Iowa19000-11.5%
30Washington53000-11.7%
31New York36000-12.5%
32Oregon41000-12.9%
33Arkansas05000-15.0%
34Illinois17000-15.5%
35Ohio39000-15.6%
36Wisconsin55000-15.9%
37Colorado08000-16.7%
38Michigan26000-17.1%
39Massachusetts25000-18.2%
40Louisiana22000-18.3%
41Pennsylvania42000-18.9%
42Minnesota27000-19.1%
43Texas48000-23.7%
44New Mexico35000-24.7%
45Wyoming56000-26.1%
46Kentucky21000-27.3%
47Oklahoma40000-32.1%
48North Dakota38000-34.2%

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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