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Employment 2019 Annual Average

RankStateFIPS CodeEmployment
1California0600018,627,378
2Texas4800013,551,791
3Florida1200010,016,060
4New York360009,137,551
5Pennsylvania420006,207,627
6Illinois170006,190,757
7Ohio390005,563,572
8Georgia130004,935,310
9North Carolina370004,883,875
10Michigan260004,735,826
11New Jersey340004,333,333
12Virginia510004,289,132
13Washington530003,747,713
14Massachusetts250003,706,556
15Arizona040003,384,504
16Indiana180003,275,056
17Tennessee470003,231,501
18Maryland240003,143,967
19Colorado080003,062,098
20Minnesota270003,009,156
21Wisconsin550003,001,215
22Missouri290002,981,688
23South Carolina450002,308,362
24Alabama010002,174,483
25Oregon410002,025,300
26Louisiana220001,994,285
27Kentucky210001,983,577
28Connecticut090001,842,164
29Oklahoma400001,780,551
30Iowa190001,691,016
31Utah490001,565,782
32Nevada320001,482,476
33Kansas200001,439,563
34Arkansas050001,314,290
35Mississippi280001,206,892
36Nebraska310001,003,680
37New Mexico35000908,166
38Idaho16000856,245
39West Virginia54000757,852
40New Hampshire33000754,054
41Maine23000671,759
42Hawaii15000646,973
43Rhode Island44000535,768
44Montana30000514,917
45Delaware10000468,844
46South Dakota46000448,713
47North Dakota38000394,024
48District of Columbia11000387,482
49Vermont50000334,070
50Alaska02000326,430
51Wyoming56000281,730

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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