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Unemployment 2013 Annual Average

RankStateFIPS CodeUnemployment
1California060001,666,589
2Texas48000804,949
3New York36000745,382
4Florida12000683,663
5Illinois17000592,724
6Pennsylvania42000474,600
7Ohio39000426,121
8Michigan26000415,915
9Georgia13000389,783
10North Carolina37000374,826
11New Jersey34000374,732
12Indiana18000244,131
13Washington53000244,027
14Virginia51000242,095
15Tennessee47000238,952
16Massachusetts25000236,035
17Arizona04000234,728
18Wisconsin55000207,308
19Maryland24000205,854
20Missouri29000202,767
21Colorado08000189,597
22South Carolina45000167,326
23Kentucky21000164,563
24Alabama01000156,957
25Oregon41000150,400
26Minnesota27000146,834
27Connecticut09000145,573
28Louisiana22000140,877
29Nevada32000133,035
30Mississippi28000108,725
31Arkansas0500095,717
32Oklahoma4000095,212
33Iowa1900079,299
34Kansas2000078,700
35Utah4900064,438
36New Mexico3500064,095
37West Virginia5400054,120
38Rhode Island4400051,556
39Idaho1600047,197
40Maine2300046,895
41Nebraska3100038,357
42New Hampshire3300037,751
43Hawaii1500031,866
44District of Columbia1100031,775
45Delaware1000029,609
46Montana3000027,710
47Alaska0200025,491
48South Dakota4600016,795
49Vermont5000015,483
50Wyoming5600014,477
51North Dakota3800011,801

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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