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Unemployment 2021 Annual Average

RankStateFIPS CodeUnemployment
1California060001,381,250
2Texas48000807,410
3New York36000655,178
4Florida12000469,711
5Pennsylvania42000406,743
6Illinois17000382,941
7New Jersey34000295,690
8Ohio39000295,003
9Michigan26000280,459
10North Carolina37000238,474
11Massachusetts25000215,392
12Washington53000204,775
13Georgia13000203,237
14Maryland24000183,322
15Arizona04000172,106
16Colorado08000169,399
17Virginia51000166,853
18Tennessee47000142,703
19Missouri29000134,081
20Wisconsin55000118,400
21Indiana18000118,382
22Connecticut09000116,108
23Louisiana22000113,089
24Oregon41000112,195
25Nevada32000108,822
26Minnesota27000102,967
27Kentucky2100095,205
28South Carolina4500094,553
29Alabama0100077,272
30Oklahoma4000071,154
31Iowa1900070,869
32Mississippi2800069,838
33New Mexico3500064,027
34Arkansas0500053,636
35Kansas2000048,342
36Utah4900045,344
37West Virginia5400039,694
38Hawaii1500038,226
39Idaho1600032,728
40Rhode Island4400032,065
41Maine2300031,550
42Delaware1000026,555
43New Hampshire3300026,482
44Nebraska3100026,371
45District of Columbia1100025,095
46Alaska0200022,670
47Montana3000018,541
48North Dakota3800014,932
49South Dakota4600014,504
50Wyoming5600013,032
51Vermont5000011,275

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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