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Employment in April 2024

RankStateFIPS CodeEmployment
1California0600018,319,095
2Texas4800014,623,328
3Florida1200010,734,308
4New York360009,320,706
5Pennsylvania420006,373,243
6Illinois170006,183,024
7Ohio390005,579,125
8Georgia130005,191,605
9North Carolina370005,075,803
10Michigan260004,855,855
11New Jersey340004,598,036
12Virginia510004,455,081
13Washington530003,821,456
14Massachusetts250003,659,940
15Arizona040003,605,378
16Tennessee470003,297,851
17Indiana180003,257,417
18Maryland240003,116,925
19Colorado080003,116,673
20Wisconsin550003,047,746
21Minnesota270003,016,184
22Missouri290003,007,106
23South Carolina450002,404,450
24Alabama010002,263,393
25Oregon410002,094,267
26Louisiana220001,991,588
27Kentucky210001,940,669
28Oklahoma400001,922,634
29Connecticut090001,827,644
30Utah490001,751,107
31Iowa190001,646,910
32Nevada320001,533,291
33Kansas200001,464,663
34Arkansas050001,340,867
35Mississippi280001,195,216
36Nebraska310001,028,465
37Idaho16000941,771
38New Mexico35000932,654
39West Virginia54000756,031
40New Hampshire33000747,470
41Maine23000672,671
42Hawaii15000650,139
43Rhode Island44000561,905
44Montana30000559,732
45Delaware10000486,476
46South Dakota46000471,762
47North Dakota38000409,927
48District of Columbia11000386,943
49Vermont50000348,975
50Alaska02000341,336
51Wyoming56000284,901

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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