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Unemployment 2018 Annual Average

RankStateFIPS CodeUnemployment
1California06000815,410
2Texas48000533,877
3New York36000393,648
4Florida12000365,097
5Illinois17000278,349
6Pennsylvania42000275,786
7Ohio39000263,346
8Michigan26000203,224
9Georgia13000201,245
10North Carolina37000194,514
11New Jersey34000183,375
12Washington53000170,796
13Arizona04000166,205
14Virginia51000128,579
15Massachusetts25000127,048
16Maryland24000125,485
17Indiana18000116,133
18Tennessee47000113,261
19Louisiana22000102,704
20Colorado08000101,606
21Missouri2900097,578
22Wisconsin5500093,999
23Minnesota2700089,339
24Kentucky2100089,310
25Oregon4100087,361
26Alabama0100086,490
27South Carolina4500079,553
28Connecticut0900078,242
29Nevada3200068,418
30Oklahoma4000062,502
31Mississippi2800060,729
32Arkansas0500050,037
33Kansas2000049,833
34Utah4900048,978
35New Mexico3500046,536
36Iowa1900042,560
37West Virginia5400041,165
38Nebraska3100028,509
39Idaho1600024,317
40Maine2300023,524
41Alaska0200023,511
42Rhode Island4400022,636
43District of Columbia1100022,470
44Montana3000019,656
45New Hampshire3300019,240
46Delaware1000018,128
47Hawaii1500016,606
48South Dakota4600013,860
49Wyoming5600011,754
50North Dakota3800010,544
51Vermont500009,223

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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