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Employment in May 2020

RankStateFIPS CodeEmployment
1California0600016,116,992
2Texas4800012,643,942
3Florida120008,749,302
4New York360007,915,715
5Illinois170005,541,540
6Pennsylvania420005,507,111
7Ohio390005,162,543
8Georgia130004,550,242
9North Carolina370004,428,221
10Michigan260004,213,987
11Virginia510003,957,935
12New Jersey340003,774,660
13Washington530003,562,587
14Arizona040003,147,626
15Massachusetts250003,033,620
16Indiana180003,013,122
17Maryland240002,944,947
18Tennessee470002,861,316
19Minnesota270002,848,800
20Colorado080002,835,529
21Wisconsin550002,796,318
22Missouri290002,782,219
23South Carolina450002,222,144
24Alabama010002,030,073
25Oregon410001,906,120
26Kentucky210001,837,555
27Louisiana220001,804,168
28Connecticut090001,686,566
29Oklahoma400001,649,171
30Utah490001,579,898
31Iowa190001,508,262
32Kansas200001,369,711
33Nevada320001,273,699
34Arkansas050001,206,952
35Mississippi280001,089,875
36Nebraska31000986,494
37New Mexico35000845,508
38Idaho16000841,898
39West Virginia54000684,835
40New Hampshire33000656,575
41Maine23000623,926
42Hawaii15000527,604
43Montana30000497,584
44Rhode Island44000481,465
45South Dakota46000434,368
46Delaware10000426,815
47North Dakota38000374,388
48District of Columbia11000361,033
49Vermont50000309,447
50Alaska02000300,818
51Wyoming56000273,767

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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