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Natural Resources, Mining, & Construction Employment Pct. Change since November 2016

RankStateFIPS CodePct. Change
1Rhode Island4400013.6 %
2Nevada3200011.4 %
3Oklahoma400009.8 %
4Oregon410009.3 %
5Florida120008.9 %
6New Hampshire330008.6 %
7Alabama010006.9 %
8West Virginia540006.5 %
9Massachusetts250006.0 %
9Texas480006.0 %
11Indiana180005.8 %
12Arizona040005.6 %
12Louisiana220005.6 %
14Arkansas050005.3 %
14California060005.3 %
16Idaho160005.2 %
17Wyoming560005.1 %
18Washington530004.9 %
19Minnesota270004.7 %
20Utah490004.4 %
21Maryland240004.3 %
22Tennessee470004.2 %
23Pennsylvania420003.9 %
24New Mexico350003.8 %
25Hawaii150003.7 %
26Kansas200003.6 %
26North Dakota380003.6 %
28Colorado080003.3 %
28Kentucky210003.3 %
30Vermont500003.0 %
31Maine230002.9 %
31New Jersey340002.9 %
33Ohio390002.8 %
33Virginia510002.8 %
35New York360002.6 %
36Alaska020002.5 %
37Michigan260002.2 %
38Delaware100001.9 %
39Georgia130001.5 %
40Mississippi280001.0 %
41Wisconsin550000.8 %
42District of Columbia110000.0 %
42Illinois170000.0 %
44South Carolina45000-0.3 %
45South Dakota46000-0.4 %
46Montana30000-0.8 %
47Connecticut09000-1.0 %
47North Carolina37000-1.0 %
49Nebraska31000-2.2 %
50Missouri29000-5.3 %
51Iowa19000-7.7 %

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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