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RankStateFIPS CodePct. Change
1Texas480006.0%
2South Carolina450005.7%
3Vermont500005.1%
4Missouri290004.5%
5Alaska020004.3%
6Illinois170004.1%
7South Dakota460003.9%
8Connecticut090003.6%
9District of Columbia110003.0%
9Louisiana220003.0%
11Utah490002.9%
12Arizona040002.8%
12Florida120002.8%
12Virginia510002.8%
15Alabama010002.7%
15California060002.7%
15New Jersey340002.7%
15Ohio390002.7%
19Kansas200002.6%
20Minnesota270002.5%
21Indiana180002.4%
21Massachusetts250002.4%
23Iowa190002.2%
23Tennessee470002.2%
25North Carolina370002.0%
26Washington530001.8%
27Georgia130001.6%
28Kentucky210001.5%
28Montana300001.5%
28Wisconsin550001.5%
31New Mexico350001.4%
32Nevada320001.3%
32North Dakota380001.3%
34Arkansas050001.2%
35Delaware100001.1%
35Nebraska310001.1%
37Mississippi280001.0%
37New York360001.0%
39Colorado080000.9%
39Pennsylvania420000.9%
41Maryland240000.7%
42Rhode Island440000.0%
42West Virginia540000.0%
44Michigan26000-0.1%
45Oklahoma40000-0.3%
46Oregon41000-0.8%
47Maine23000-1.8%
48New Hampshire33000-2.0%
49Hawaii15000-3.4%
50Wyoming56000-4.3%
51Idaho16000-4.7%

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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