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Unemployment 2016 Annual Average

RankStateFIPS CodeUnemployment
1California060001,046,610
2Texas48000617,938
3Florida12000481,064
4New York36000464,155
5Illinois17000386,366
6Pennsylvania42000344,247
7Ohio39000290,383
8Georgia13000268,074
9North Carolina37000246,395
10Michigan26000241,690
11New Jersey34000221,620
12Washington53000189,031
13Arizona04000177,617
14Virginia51000169,526
15Tennessee47000148,720
16Indiana18000145,401
17Massachusetts25000145,171
18Missouri29000139,447
19Maryland24000135,091
20Louisiana22000129,051
21Alabama01000126,572
22Wisconsin55000121,722
23Minnesota27000116,762
24South Carolina45000111,753
25Kentucky21000101,166
26Oregon4100096,696
27Connecticut0900091,810
28Colorado0800090,653
29Oklahoma4000084,830
30Nevada3200081,843
31Mississippi2800075,595
32New Mexico3500063,730
33Iowa1900061,012
34Kansas2000060,041
35Arkansas0500053,461
36Utah4900050,156
37West Virginia5400047,899
38Nebraska3100031,096
39Idaho1600029,741
40Rhode Island4400028,793
41Maine2300026,194
42District of Columbia1100024,571
43Alaska0200023,824
44Montana3000022,470
45New Hampshire3300021,476
46Delaware1000021,168
47Hawaii1500019,564
48Wyoming5600016,107
49South Dakota4600013,715
50North Dakota3800012,777
51Vermont5000010,808

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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