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Natural Resources and Mining Employment Pct. Change since September 2018

RankStateFIPS CodePct. Change
1New Hampshire3300010.0 %
2Massachusetts250009.1 %
3Alaska020008.5 %
4New Mexico350008.1 %
5South Carolina450006.8 %
6Virginia510005.1 %
7Utah490004.2 %
8Pennsylvania420003.1 %
9Arizona040003.0 %
10Kansas200002.9 %
11Oregon410002.7 %
12Ohio390002.4 %
13Tennessee470002.3 %
14Colorado080002.1 %
15Florida120001.7 %
15New York360001.7 %
17Texas480000.8 %
18California060000.4 %
19Idaho160000.0 %
19Indiana180000.0 %
19Maryland240000.0 %
19Michigan260000.0 %
19Minnesota270000.0 %
19Missouri290000.0 %
19Montana300000.0 %
19Nebraska310000.0 %
19New Jersey340000.0 %
19North Carolina370000.0 %
19Rhode Island440000.0 %
19South Dakota460000.0 %
19Vermont500000.0 %
19Washington530000.0 %
33North Dakota38000-0.9 %
34Georgia13000-1.1 %
35Louisiana22000-1.6 %
36Alabama01000-2.0 %
36Wisconsin55000-2.0 %
38Oklahoma40000-2.4 %
39Mississippi28000-2.9 %
40West Virginia54000-3.1 %
41Arkansas05000-3.3 %
42Iowa19000-3.7 %
43Nevada32000-4.1 %
44Maine23000-4.2 %
45Wyoming56000-5.7 %
46Kentucky21000-5.8 %
47Illinois17000-6.3 %
48Connecticut09000-16.7 %

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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