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All Occupations - Occupational Employment in 2020

RankStateFIPS CodeEmployment
1California060002,016,470
2Texas480001,765,820
3Florida120001,242,620
4New York360001,232,690
5Pennsylvania42000766,740
6Illinois17000760,560
7Ohio39000683,780
8Georgia13000558,080
9New Jersey34000539,280
10North Carolina37000536,500
11Michigan26000499,350
12Virginia51000459,040
13Arizona04000427,540
14Massachusetts25000412,250
15Tennessee47000410,270
16Missouri29000386,250
17Washington53000370,370
18Indiana18000354,610
19Wisconsin55000346,970
20Minnesota27000338,050
21Maryland24000319,790
22Colorado08000314,260
23South Carolina45000275,280
24Kentucky21000242,190
25Alabama01000242,100
26Louisiana22000234,930
27Oregon41000232,430
28Utah49000215,640
29Oklahoma40000215,540
30Connecticut09000209,660
31Iowa19000181,980
32Kansas20000175,620
33Nevada32000173,100
34Arkansas05000143,360
35Mississippi28000136,350
36Nebraska31000126,110
37New Mexico35000110,620
38Idaho16000101,070
39New Hampshire3300089,690
40West Virginia5400086,950
41Maine2300076,840
42Hawaii1500072,700
43District of Columbia1100069,390
44Delaware1000063,100
45Rhode Island4400059,580
46Montana3000059,430
47South Dakota4600056,690
48North Dakota3800049,310
49Alaska0200043,520
50Vermont5000035,290
51Wyoming5600028,620

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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