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Natural Resources, Mining, & Construction Employment Pct. Change since June 2021

RankStateFIPS CodePct. Change
1New Mexico3500012.7%
2Tennessee4700010.4%
3Alaska020009.3%
4West Virginia540009.1%
5Rhode Island440009.0%
6Texas480008.9%
7Utah490008.5%
8Wyoming560008.4%
9Oregon410008.3%
10New Hampshire330008.1%
11Massachusetts250007.6%
12North Dakota380007.2%
13Indiana180007.0%
14Alabama010006.7%
15Mississippi280006.5%
16South Dakota460006.3%
17Ohio390006.1%
18Kansas200005.8%
19Colorado080005.5%
20Washington530005.4%
21Illinois170004.7%
22Missouri290004.4%
23Nebraska310004.2%
24District of Columbia110004.0%
25Delaware100003.9%
26Louisiana220003.6%
27Maine230003.4%
27Nevada320003.4%
29Idaho160003.3%
30California060003.2%
30North Carolina370003.2%
30Wisconsin550003.2%
33Arizona040003.0%
34Oklahoma400002.9%
35Florida120002.8%
35Iowa190002.8%
37Montana300002.4%
37Pennsylvania420002.4%
39Connecticut090001.8%
40Maryland240001.2%
41New York360001.1%
42Vermont500000.6%
43Virginia510000.5%
44New Jersey340000.4%
45Georgia130000.3%
46Minnesota270000.1%
47Michigan26000-0.4%
48Arkansas05000-1.5%
49South Carolina45000-1.6%
50Kentucky21000-2.8%
51Hawaii15000-3.2%

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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