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Employment 2011 Annual Average

RankStateFIPS CodeEmployment
1California0600016,258,133
2Texas4800011,535,095
3New York360008,728,057
4Florida120008,371,638
5Illinois170005,948,366
6Pennsylvania420005,888,745
7Ohio390005,261,238
8Georgia130004,263,305
9Michigan260004,198,349
10North Carolina370004,157,543
11New Jersey340004,138,464
12Virginia510003,934,326
13Massachusetts250003,217,754
14Washington530003,140,190
15Indiana180002,891,945
16Maryland240002,872,084
17Tennessee470002,844,662
18Wisconsin550002,840,996
19Missouri290002,789,224
20Minnesota270002,755,264
21Arizona040002,748,470
22Colorado080002,507,265
23Alabama010001,990,413
24South Carolina450001,945,900
25Louisiana220001,911,021
26Kentucky210001,862,928
27Oregon410001,804,320
28Connecticut090001,745,967
29Oklahoma400001,668,418
30Iowa190001,570,177
31Kansas200001,394,082
32Utah490001,259,337
33Arkansas050001,249,514
34Mississippi280001,208,747
35Nevada320001,194,264
36Nebraska31000959,059
37New Mexico35000860,305
38West Virginia54000741,972
39Idaho16000701,466
40New Hampshire33000696,532
41Maine23000644,085
42Hawaii15000615,319
43Rhode Island44000498,248
44Montana30000466,403
45South Dakota46000420,054
46Delaware10000410,086
47North Dakota38000375,153
48Vermont50000338,463
49Alaska02000338,161
50District of Columbia11000315,171
51Wyoming56000289,019

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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