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Employment 2014 Annual Average

RankStateFIPS CodeEmployment
1California0600017,310,937
2Texas4800012,374,172
3Florida120008,966,245
4New York360008,925,698
5Illinois170006,052,151
6Pennsylvania420006,017,923
7Ohio390005,373,053
8Michigan260004,417,024
9Georgia130004,403,433
10North Carolina370004,400,314
11New Jersey340004,183,541
12Virginia510004,019,470
13Massachusetts250003,363,438
14Washington530003,277,540
15Indiana180003,032,497
16Maryland240002,941,562
17Wisconsin550002,914,992
18Arizona040002,889,380
19Missouri290002,859,966
20Minnesota270002,848,788
21Tennessee470002,825,051
22Colorado080002,662,404
23South Carolina450002,078,592
24Alabama010002,014,290
25Louisiana220002,014,189
26Kentucky210001,876,841
27Oregon410001,805,524
28Connecticut090001,762,564
29Oklahoma400001,717,628
30Iowa190001,629,331
31Kansas200001,424,439
32Utah490001,372,636
33Nevada320001,278,808
34Arkansas050001,237,248
35Mississippi280001,156,341
36Nebraska31000977,617
37New Mexico35000869,558
38Idaho16000742,302
39West Virginia54000736,472
40New Hampshire33000711,551
41Maine23000657,188
42Hawaii15000636,495
43Rhode Island44000513,753
44Montana30000488,336
45South Dakota46000431,382
46Delaware10000426,325
47North Dakota38000402,521
48District of Columbia11000349,686
49Alaska02000340,302
50Vermont50000333,383
51Wyoming56000293,302

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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