Select a State

Natural Resources and Mining Employment Pct. Change since December 2016

RankStateFIPS CodePct. Change
1North Dakota3800024.0 %
2Oklahoma4000014.8 %
3Texas4800014.2 %
4Wyoming5600011.9 %
5Minnesota2700011.3 %
6New Hampshire3300011.1 %
6South Dakota4600011.1 %
8Massachusetts2500010.0 %
9Georgia130009.2 %
10Kansas200009.0 %
10Michigan260009.0 %
12Iowa190008.7 %
13Maine230008.3 %
14Tennessee470007.5 %
15Montana300007.4 %
16West Virginia540005.8 %
17Wisconsin550005.6 %
18Missouri290004.8 %
19Nevada320004.4 %
20New York360004.1 %
21Oregon410003.9 %
22North Carolina370003.5 %
23Indiana180003.2 %
24Washington530003.1 %
25Virginia510002.6 %
26Louisiana220002.3 %
27Pennsylvania420002.2 %
28Illinois170001.3 %
29Connecticut090000.0 %
29Florida120000.0 %
29Maryland240000.0 %
29Nebraska310000.0 %
29Rhode Island440000.0 %
29South Carolina450000.0 %
29Vermont500000.0 %
36Alaska02000-0.8 %
37Alabama01000-1.0 %
38Mississippi28000-1.4 %
39Arkansas05000-1.6 %
40Colorado08000-2.3 %
41Arizona04000-2.6 %
42California06000-3.5 %
43New Mexico35000-3.7 %
44Idaho16000-5.3 %
45Kentucky21000-5.9 %
46Utah49000-6.2 %
47New Jersey34000-7.1 %
47Ohio39000-7.1 %

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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