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Unemployment 2011 Annual Average

RankStateFIPS CodeUnemployment
1California060002,156,967
2Texas48000969,403
3Florida12000928,904
4New York36000789,304
5Illinois17000638,527
6Ohio39000510,231
7Pennsylvania42000506,761
8Michigan26000486,815
9Georgia13000485,449
10North Carolina37000475,529
11New Jersey34000426,808
12Washington53000321,238
13Indiana18000290,046
14Arizona04000288,547
15Tennessee47000280,645
16Virginia51000277,476
17Missouri29000258,562
18Massachusetts25000251,554
19Wisconsin55000238,763
20South Carolina45000229,623
21Colorado08000228,814
22Maryland24000224,477
23Alabama01000212,257
24Kentucky21000193,482
25Minnesota27000191,015
26Oregon41000189,569
27Nevada32000178,851
28Connecticut09000168,808
29Louisiana22000162,196
30Mississippi28000134,061
31Arkansas05000113,168
32Oklahoma40000104,248
33Kansas2000097,005
34Iowa1900092,199
35Utah4900091,107
36New Mexico3500070,051
37West Virginia5400065,049
38Idaho1600063,712
39Rhode Island4400061,808
40Maine2300055,196
41Hawaii1500044,934
42Nebraska3100044,197
43New Hampshire3300039,770
44District of Columbia1100035,607
45Montana3000034,822
46Delaware1000033,260
47Alaska0200027,752
48South Dakota4600020,880
49Vermont5000019,645
50Wyoming5600017,796
51North Dakota3800013,481

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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