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Employment 2013 Annual Average

RankStateFIPS CodeEmployment
1California0600016,958,403
2Texas4800012,052,646
3New York360008,913,788
4Florida120008,770,084
5Pennsylvania420005,967,811
6Illinois170005,956,749
7Ohio390005,290,609
8Georgia130004,366,374
9North Carolina370004,318,114
10Michigan260004,308,030
11New Jersey340004,173,828
12Virginia510003,995,182
13Massachusetts250003,276,792
14Washington530003,219,842
15Indiana180002,944,275
16Maryland240002,923,498
17Wisconsin550002,871,997
18Tennessee470002,828,479
19Missouri290002,817,435
20Minnesota270002,811,762
21Arizona040002,794,697
22Colorado080002,577,556
23South Carolina450002,023,642
24Alabama010002,017,043
25Louisiana220001,960,539
26Kentucky210001,890,879
27Oregon410001,760,302
28Connecticut090001,717,764
29Oklahoma400001,706,861
30Iowa190001,594,891
31Kansas200001,407,217
32Utah490001,341,192
33Nevada320001,248,122
34Arkansas050001,226,859
35Mississippi280001,163,752
36Nebraska31000979,937
37New Mexico35000859,804
38West Virginia54000744,410
39Idaho16000723,636
40New Hampshire33000703,534
41Maine23000658,522
42Hawaii15000619,691
43Rhode Island44000505,370
44Montana30000483,071
45South Dakota46000426,284
46Delaware10000413,119
47North Dakota38000394,392
48District of Columbia11000342,351
49Alaska02000339,801
50Vermont50000334,964
51Wyoming56000292,131

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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